Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The Genius of Stockscores

Your dauntless correspondent having just returned from a 3-day Stockscores trading course, I feel obligated to share a few thoughts with you to relieve that "my brain is full" syndrome.  The premise behind Stockscores is that the dissemination of stock information is not fair despite rules against people trading on privileged information.  Company insiders, employees, their friends and family, analysts cozy with the company, etc. all may have access to price-moving news before you and I do.  Calgary's Tyler Bollhorn, the owner and originator of Stockscores, has successfully developed a system of technical analysis that keys on abnormal activity by such stocks to level the playing field for the rest of us.  The genius of his system is that it is simpler, cheaper, and more intuitive than any other I've seen.  Succinct trading rules, strict risk management, and new automatic position exits make it a real joy to use.  As a result, major financial institutions and investor groups across the country regularly seek his counsel.  And yes, he's made a lot of money teaching as well as trading.  However, having watched him trade in real time (and seen Stockscores make me money too, my personal litmus test) I am convinced anyone can benefit by learning his approach whether you trade full-time, part-time, or only have a few minutes each evening.  The icing on the cake: Tyler is a very personable guy who really wants his clients to succeed and is accessible 24/7.  Try it, you'll like it!