All Time Highs For January 17, 2014

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for LBMH is at 6.66. That means traders have received 6.66 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For January 16, 2014

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for LBMH is at 5.62. That means traders have received 5.62 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For January 15, 2014

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for HII is at 5.61. That means traders have received 5.61 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For January 14, 2014

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for HII is at 5.41. That means traders have received 5.41 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For January 13, 2014

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for HII is at 5.12. That means traders have received 5.12 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For January 10, 2014

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for ORMP is at 5.05. That means traders have received 5.05 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For January 9, 2014

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for PSX is at 5.11. That means traders have received 5.11 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For January 7, 2014

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for PSX is at 5.39. That means traders have received 5.39 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For January 6, 2014

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for PSX is at 5.02. That means traders have received 5.02 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For January 3, 2014

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for DDD is at 4.78. That means traders have received 4.78 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For December 30, 2013

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for SXC is at 4.72. That means traders have received 4.72 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For December 27, 2013

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for SXC is at 5.27. That means traders have received 5.27 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For December 26, 2013

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for UVE is at 6.10. That means traders have received 6.10 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For December 23, 2013

What does the Reward/Risk column mean? It means how much reward traders have received for every unit of risk they have taken. Today’s example: Reward/Risk for SPNC is at 4.98. That means traders have received 4.98 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for