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

Will The US Steel (X) Pullback Find Buyers?

Today we take a look at US Steel (X) US Steel (X) Getting Ready To Retest Highs? $X possible bull flag with declining volume setting up. November swing highs have to provide support. $SLX http://t.co/p8vU0rwUn2 — Trade With Pete (@tradewithpete) January 7, 2014

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

All Time Highs For December 20, 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 5.30. That means traders have received 5.30 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For December 19, 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 5.23. That means traders have received 5.23 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For December 18, 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 IILG is at 4.44. That means traders have received 4.44 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For December 17, 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 IILG is at 4.41. That means traders have received 4.41 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for

All Time Highs For December 16, 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 AAMC is at 5.43. That means traders have received 5.43 units of reward for every unit of risk they took. $$ All time highs worksheet ranked by reward/risk for