I follow Kevin's blog and twitter updates very closely.
Great stuffs to learn for new traders
This website is one of great source to learn for new traders. Lots of good stuff are there and more importantly it's right way for learning curve. When I was new to the stock market I was one of the frequent visitors of this blog. And I'm thankful for the stuff I have learnt from it.
"John's blogs include a good discussion of market technicals - he is currently short biased as he adamently states many times in no uncertain terms. His brokerage account is mirrored on covestor so one can take a look at his performance which plumetted in 2009 but has recovered since April 2010. I Read more...
"This blog is more for people just starting out in trading.... gives information on brokers, other trader watchlists, and other useful links The blog offers trades incl. live videos of trading and a daily watchlist. "
Lots of information for newer trader.
"This blog is great for newer traders. Gives out information on brokers, different sites/blogs, other traders watchlist, and other traders twitter pages he follows. And I do see an improvement as well...... Better trades. Videos of trades. Live videos of trading. A source for beginners learning to g Read more...
Onstocks is the best! :)
"The last couple of Shorts he nailed ! WOW! He is finally taking his time to absorb the market and then make his trades. He is learning more and more how to trade and short selling seems to be his thing! Like I said the more paper trades you do the better you get at it. Practice,practice practi Read more...
The first blogger to use our "review us on investimonials" badge (which goes to prove this guy is a first adopter), John covers the hottest penny stocks each day with watchlista and some random thoughts. He admits to be a newbie-ish trader and while some of his thoughts are just plain wrong (ie sett Read more...
I'll be honest
Its mine... Things i want to improve: Better trades. Videos of trades. Live videos of trading. A source for beginners learning to get involved in trading A daily watchlist. Step by Step - how to start investing. Recording graphs and patterns.