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About Bob Malinowski

Bob previously worked for a technology consultant firm, then started his own media software company. He got into trading when he sold his company and wanted to continue to work for himself from home and have flexibility to spend time with his family. Bob lives in Springfield, Virginia (near Washington DC).
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Volatility Considerations for Swing Trading

Swing traders often choose stocks to trade because, in addition to the thousands of publicly traded companies available, a growing number of exchange-traded funds (ETFs) are also available.  These ETFs trade just like corporate stocks, and stock exchanges now offer the opportunity to trade a wide variety of other markets, including commodities, currencies, indexes, leveraged […]

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Why Should I Care about Bonds?

As active traders, we tend to pay close attention to the markets we trade, whether day trading or swing trading, and for most of us that tends to be the stock, Forex, or futures markets.  These markets provide ample opportunities to diversify into a great number of instruments, which provide lots of price action.  In […]

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Exchange-Traded Products: Know What You Are Trading

Exchange-traded products (ETPs) have grown in popularity as more products have become available and more traders have become aware of their benefits.  ETPs look like stocks, trade during market hours on stock exchanges, and provide similar trading opportunities as stocks, including order types (market, limit, stop, etc.), short selling, and options.  However, unlike stocks, shares […]

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AAPL Daily Bars: Position Trading

Diversification – The Smoother Way to the Holy Grail?

We have all familiar with the saying, “Don’t put all your eggs in one basket.”  This has long been good advice as a risk management technique for holding a variety of investments within a portfolio.  The idea behind this technique is that a portfolio with different investments will on average yield higher returns with lower […]

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Exchange-Traded Products: Know What You Are Trading

Exchange-traded products (ETPs) have grown in popularity as more products have become available and more traders have become aware of their benefits.  ETPs look like stocks, trade during market hours on stock exchanges, and provide similar trading opportunities as stocks, including order types (market, limit, stop, etc.), short selling, and options.  However, unlike stocks, shares […]

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