All Time Highs For March 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 ABGB is at 7.06. That means traders have received 7.06 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For March 5, 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 GTT is at 6.76. That means traders have received 6.76 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For March 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 WYNN is at 4.12. That means traders have received 4.12 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For February 25, 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 GEVA is at 6.86. That means traders have received 6.86 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For February 24, 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 NLNK is at 7.28. That means traders have received 7.28 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For February 20, 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 GEVA is at 6.61. That means traders have received 6.61 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For February 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 GTT is at 6.77. That means traders have received 6.77 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For February 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 GTT is at 6.99. That means traders have received 6.99 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For February 12, 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 GTT is at 6.29. That means traders have received 6.29 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For February 11, 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 NLNK is at 7.46. That means traders have received 7.46 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For February 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 NLNK is at 7.24. That means traders have received 7.24 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For February 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 NLNK is at 7.11. That means traders have received 7.11 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our

All Time Highs For February 5, 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 OHRP is at 4.38. That means traders have received 4.38 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. The all time highs worksheet is ranked by our