Vinylmation trading now only offered in select stores

Vinylmation trading now only offered in select storesVinylmation trading now only offered in select stores

Feb 5, 2013

Fans of the Disney collectible Vinylmation figures will now be limited in where they can trade the figures at the parks. As of this week, Disney has reduced trading locations to a select few retail stores. Vinylmation are small figures shaped like Mickey Mouse, but decorated as other characters or themes. They are most often sold in a sealed box, so buyers are not aware of which character they are buying. Because of this, trading the figures has become quite popular. Below is a list of where Vinylmation trading will be offered at both Walt Disney World and the Disneyland Resort .

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Club 33 members are upset about increased annual dues and decreased benefits.

New Anaheim transportation hub to open next month

A new Anaheim transportation hub is scheduled to open in early December.

Last surviving child of Knott's founder dies

Marion Knott, youngest daughter of Knott's Berry Farm founders Walter and Cordelia Knott, passed away recently at age 92.

Knott's Berry Farm announces new 4-D attraction

Runners dressed in costume for the inaugural running of the Avengers Superheroes Half Marathon this weekend in Anaheim.

Money and speed inside the black box

Money and speed inside the black boxMoney and Speed: Inside the Black Box

Money and Speed: Inside the Black Box is a thriller based on actual events that takes you to the heart of our automated world.

Based on interviews with those directly involved and data visualizations up to the millisecond, it reconstructs the flash crash of May 6th 2010: the fastest and deepest U. S. stock market plunge ever. Money and Speed: Inside the Black Box is developed by filmmaker Marije Meerman in close collaboration with design studio Catalogtree.

This exploratory documentary is a marriage of strong storytelling and meticulous visual analysis. A rare opportunity to experience what is happening inside the black boxes of our rapidly evolving financial markets .

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Online trading globalOnce you have opened an account with us, you will receive a secured User ID and Password that will allow you to access, trade online, and view trading details of your account any time not only from your system but also from your smart phone (Android & Black Berry). We ensure that your account information will remain completely secure as we are using VeriSign Security Certificate.

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The proceeds from your online stock trading activities will be deposited in your online trading account until the time you request a cash withdrawal through the JS GlobalOnline site. However, the minimum cash balance in the account should remain Rs.25,000/- at all times.

Orders are usually placed and confirmed within a second under standard market conditions. However, the time may vary depending upon the market conditions, the size of the order or the type of order being placed, etc.

Binary options oil trading strategy–profit from the black gold

Binary options oil trading strategy–profit from the black goldBinary Options Oil Trading Strategy – Profit from the Black Gold

November 2, 2013 by Bogdan G

Full Review of the US Oil Trading System for Binary Options Trading

Oil is probably the most commonly traded commodity and it always had a special appeal to traders. It moves strongly, it is highly affected by geopolitical events and also by supply and demand so trade opportunities are almost always there. The only problems are to know when to trade and which direction to take. If these questions could find an answer, a trader’s bank account will never be empty again. I said that Oil is affected by a lot of factors, but by using Binary Options we can profit if the price is going up or down as long as we can identify its direction soon enough. That’s what today’s system tries to accomplish so let’s what it’s all about.

How to use the US Oil Trading System?

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Stochastic,macd,sma trading system-forex strategies-forex resources-forex trading-free forex55# Stochastic, MACD, SMA Trading System

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Currency pairs:

Any and all – I use the following and make sure I include all the major pairs -

AUD/CAD, AUD/JPY, AUD/USD, CAD/CHF, CAD/JPY, CHF/JPY, EUR/AUD, EUR/CAD, EUR/CHF, EUR/GBP, EUR/JPY, EUR/NZD,

EUR/USD, GBP/AUD, GBP/CAD, GBP/CHF, GBP/JPY, GBP/NZD, GBP/USD, NZD/CAD, NZD/JPY, USD/CAD, USD/CHF, USD/JPY

The reason I use so many is that this is a 4-hour candle strategy, although you can use it for 1 day as well. Each 4 hours (or 1 day) I look at all

the above pairs for a set-up. It only takes a few seconds to look at each one to see if there is a valid set-up. I explain more below.

Chart set-up -

I use MT4 with the following settings:

4hr candlestick (I use white for bull candle and black for bear both with white border, with a black background, but up to you)

SMA10 in blue

Full stochastic with settings 10,6,3

MACD histogram with standard settings of 12,26,9 (I don’t use the two crossing lines, so if you have them, make them, black so they don’t appear against a black background)

As I said earlier, I check the charts every 4 hours at 8:00, 12:00, 16:00 and 20:00. If I’m wide awake at midnight, I’ll check them then as well.

Martingale trading

Martingale tradingMartingale Trading

Martingale trading is a popular strategy more favoured by gamblers than Forex traders, here we explain the concept and why you should beware

What Is Martingale

Martingale is a process of doubling your bet each time you lose and it is used by gamblers around the world usually in a so called “50/50” scenario – Such as roulette.

The idea is that by doubling your stake each time you lose you will eventually win and make a profit (equal to your original bet amount) – For example

Lets say Bet 1 is for 1 chip

After 3 losses (Bet 1, 2 3) Bet 4 wins

The gambler receives 16 chips (8×2)

He has bet a total of 15 (1 + 2 + 4 +8) chips so he is now up 1 chip (his original bet amount)

Personal Story

Date, my 30th birthday, location, the Bellagio, with my girlfriend.

Wow! look, 8 reds in a row!

Wow! look, 9 of them!

I bet $20 on Black, 10 reds in a row!

I bet $40 on Black, 11 reds in a row!

I bet $80 on Black, 12 reds in a row!

GIRLFRIEND: Come on, enough

I know what I am doing a guy at the bar told me about this

I bet $160 on Black, 13 reds in a row!

GIRLFRIEND: You mean that drunk guy

He wasnt drunk

I bet $320 on Black, 14 reds in a row!

No way am I betting $640 on a roulette wheel, besides I only had $1,000 to start with I had spent $620 already!

GIRLFRIEND: Look, its Black!

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How Martingale Relates To Trading

Well, let’s assume we have a ?10,000 trading account and we risk 2% (?200) on the initial trade. This means that after any losing streak we will eventually win (?200) because

We will also assume that our strategy is one with a Risk:Reward of 1:1 and, lets say, a 60% strike rate.

After just 5 losing trades in a row there is no longer enough money in the account to carry on as we have an account balance of ?3,800 and we need ?6,400 to place the 6th trade!

Now, let’s risk 5% on the initial trade

If we increase our risk per trade to 5%, after just 4 losing trades in a row there is no longer enough money in the account to carry on as we have an account balance of ?2,500 and we need ?8,000 to place the 5th trade!

Following a strategy with a 60% strike rate, the chance of having 4 losing trades in a row is 2.5 in 100. The chance of having 5 losing trades in a row is just over 1 in 100 In the later you can lose 10% of your account at 2% risk per trade or wipe it out by applying martingale.

Martingale Trading Summary

If you apply a martingale approach when using, even a profitable, Forex strategy with a 60% strike rate it is likely that before you have made 100 trades YOU will be out of the game, especially if you risk 5% per trade

Extreme caution is advised if considering martingale as part of your Forex strategy.

The best consideration would be to give martingale no consideration

How to trade pokemon on ds

How to trade pokemon on dsHow to Trade Pokemon on DS

Below are the different Generations of DS Pokemon games:

Generation III - Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald, FireRed, LeafGreen (GBA games, cannot be traded on DS)

Generation IV - Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, HeartGold, SoulSilver

Generation V - Black, White, Black 2, White 2

Half the fun of Pokemon games is trading with your friends, and the DS versions have made trading easier than ever before. Depending on the version of Pokemon you are playing, you may have several options when it comes time to trade. Note that online trading is no longer possible since Nintendo shut down the Nintendo Wi-Fi Channel.

Free profitable forex trading strategies

Free profitable forex trading strategiesVery Simple And Profitable Forex Trading System

Description:

Use 1H chart on GBP/JPY with Stoch(5,3,3) and RSI(7). The idea is this. use Stoch and RSI just to define where it is possible to have a breakout. Then use most profitable tool ever simple candlesticks. If you have strong down trend and Stoch and RSI are oversold, and we have up trend candle (black candle) close at the middle of the last (in this case black one) enter a trade. You are getting 3 signals to confirm your entry isnt it great!?

Some people reports: With this system make more than 1500 pip only from GBP/JPY for week. (Use it just for GBP/JPY)

1 RSI oversold 2 - Stoch oversold 3 - candle (black candle) close at the middle of the last one in opposite direction.

Buy/Sell rules Sell when RSI and Stoch are bought or they are close to overbought (75) line, and we have down candle which has closed at least at the middle of the last up candle.

Buy when we have oversold RSI and Stoch and we have up candle which has closed at the middle of the last down one.

Exit rules if we are in a sell trade and. we have oversold RSI and Stoch and we see this up candle which has closed at 50% of the last down one - exit and enter another trade.

Stop loss: Place a stop loss 3 pips below your signaling candlestick in this case figure #3 see screenshot above.

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A candlesticks trading strategy with mountains,rivers,crows and soldiers

A candlesticks trading strategy with mountains,rivers,crows and soldiersA Candlesticks Trading Strategy With Mountains, Rivers, Crows and Soldiers

This haiku encapsulates the trading strategies in this review.

These trading strategies come from Felipe Tudelas book, The Secret Code of Japanese Candlesticks . The authentic Japanese names for these trading strategies are San Zan (triple top) and San Sen (triple bottom). These are two of the Sakata methods explored by Felipe Tudela in his book.

Other than the triple top and triple bottom chart formations, this candlestick trading strategy also uses two candlesticks patterns: Three Black Crows and Three White Soldiers .

For those unacquainted with the small flock of ominous black birds, the Three Black Crows candlestick pattern is a series of three consecutive bearish bars, each opening within the body of the previous bar. This candlestick pattern is a down thrust that confirms break down of prices.

The fighting trio in white is the reverse of the Three Black Crows.

Rules for Long Trade

Identify a triple bottom

Wait for the Three White Soldiers candlestick pattern to buy

Rules for Short Trade

Identify a triple top

Wait for the Three Black Crows candlestick pattern to sell

Winning Trade Triple Bottom Three White Soldiers

In this daily chart of SanDisk Corporation, we used the San Sen method with the Three White Soldiers candlestick pattern to capture a strong trend that lasted around two weeks. We found the triple bottom manually but had the help of the candlestick indicator in the Ninjatrader software to find the Three White Soldiers candlestick pattern.

A triple bottom tested by two bullish pin bars.

This triple bottom was also a head and shoulders reversal formation which failed. The Three White Soldiers candlestick pattern broke the left shoulder with healthy momentum.

Prices moved up strong and hit the target price based on the triple bottom, before stalling and moving sideways.

Losing Trade Triple Top with Three Black Crows

This chart of Forest Laboratories Inc shows a Three Black Crows candlestick pattern failing, despite a well-defined triple bottom preceding it. Lets take a closer look to see why the crows did not fly through.

A clear triple top, but it was a small formation lasting only around ten days (compared to the triple bottom in the winning trade example which was formed over a longer period).

The Three Black Crows candlestick pattern should have been a breakdown of prices. However, in this case, the Three Black Crows did not break any significant support levels and the bearishness was in doubt.

The lack of follow-through for the Three Black Crows pattern hinted at its failure.

Review Candlesticks Trading Strategy With Mountains, Rivers, Crows, and Soldiers

This trading strategy is just a particular variant of the Sakata methods. The Sakata methods combine a longer term chart formation with a suitable candlestick pattern . Hence, the Sakata methods forces candlesticks traders to consider the market context before trading.

To learn more about Sakata methods, you should refer to Felipe Tudelas book which explains the other Sakata methods in detail with more than 30 examples.

In trading, getting the market context right is more important than pinpointing the entry. As the Sakata method focuses on the context and market phase, once you get that right, you can use a variety of candlestick patterns to enter the trade.

In particular, you need not wait for a perfect Three Black Crows or Three White Soldiers candlestick pattern ; any three consecutive bearish or bullish bars will do just as well. This is especially so for day traders as Three Black Crows and Three White Soldiers patterns rarely occur in intraday time frames.

However, as compared to using a moving average to decide the market context when trading candlesticks. the Sakata methods are more subjective and need discretion to identify the chart formations (like the triple tops/bottoms) that work. As seen in the examples above, chart formations that last longer tend to perform better and provide reliable targets to exit your trades .

In all, the San Sen and San Zan methods are powerful additions to any candlestick pattern.

Now, go forth and trade like Homma Munehisa. the father of candlestick charting.

Interview with full time pre-race betfair trader caan berry

Interview with full time pre-race betfair trader caan berryInterview With Full Time Pre-Race Betfair Trader: Caan Berry

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One of the main trading sports on Betfair is HORSE RACING TRADING and that is mainly the PRE-RACE markets. It was probably this type of trading that started the ball rolling when it comes to Betfair trading with many people making lots of easy money in early days. Skip forward to today and it is certainly not as easy to make money from pre-race trading on Betfair but it is still possible!

Today, I have spoken with CAAN BERRY who is part of the new generation of Betfair traders profiting from the pre-race markets on Betfair. Caan is the author of the Trading A Profit blog (link at the bottom) which is a very entertaining read in itself and he now trades Betfair full time and has replaced his day job with his Betfair trading.

Read on to find out more.

STL:Hi Caan. Thanks for joining me. So what exactly is your background?

Caan: Hi, I grew up in a small seaside town called Clacton where i had a very average upbringing. By the time i reached 17 I had realised the area had very little going for it and if I continued as it was the future didnt look to bright so i joined the Army.

The Army was good for nearly 7 years before I decided I couldnt progress at the speed I wanted too and at the time I had already discovered the potential of Betfair, I left after 8 years service in 2011. Since then I worked for British Telecoms as a fibre optic engineer for a while before trading Betfair full time.

So when did you first discover Betfair?

Caan: I had a Betfair account for some time just using it as an average Joe betting rather small but it wasnt until I saw a program called Blag a Million around mid 2009 where they visited a professional Betfair horse racing trader, Adam Heathcote, for the afternoon.

Having seen the amounts of money it was possible to make consistently and bearing in mind the guy was only a couple of years older than me I thought I needed to look into it more! The fact I was getting fed up with the Army too probably spurred me on that bit more.

How did you learn how to trade the right way and how long did it take you to become profitable?

Caan: I learned to trade mainly through trial and error, reading a huge amount of forum posts and blogs for hints and tips mainly because there was next to nothing in the way of credible ebooks etc around when i started out. Had there been the option (without people screaming con-man) I would have bought them most definitely.

I had a real mix of results mainly due to the usual problems people face such as doubling up and going in-play with the bets although it was only a few months before I started to think I really CAN do this. It probably took me around a year to kick the bad habits but between them I was making smaller amounts of money from the trading, as profits increased it released the pressure allowing me to avoid making such mistakes.

Which sports do you make the most of your profits on?

Caan: I make the vast majority of my profits from Horse Racing (Pre-race) as I think the type of market it is in comparison to other sports it is possible to trade profitably without a lot of knowledge of the sport. Greyhounds are possible although the opportunity to make bigger sums is more difficult, Im also a little partial to trading things like the X Factor or Big Brother.

What sort of stakes do you use?

Caan: Generally I use stakes of ?100 ?500, I will use more but only when Im very confident or its a bigger event such as Cheltenham. It depends on the price range Im trading although that usually works out at ?2 ?10 per tick increment.

Are you able to give an idea of what sort of profits you now make from your trading?

Caan: Sure, it varies month on month as its not like a normal job and the big events throughout the year can boost a months profits. Next year Im setting myself a target of ?100,000 which will be a bit more than this years projection.

What stakes do you plan to use to reach the ?100k in a year target?

To reach the target i think its possible with my current staking plans although it could see me increase them largely on the bigger meetings like Cheltenham and Royal Ascot.

What is a typical day like for you at the moment?

Caan: A typical day for me at the moment is to wake up around 9 am, go to the gym or for a run unless I have anything else important to do. Back at home for around 1 pm for a bit of lunch before i start trading, up until around 5.30 pm I will trade, some evenings when its available if I have nothing else to do i may continue for a while but generally thats it for the day before I visit the pub to socialise or relax for the evening! Most weeks I only work 4 days. I would say this is one of the best aspects of trading Betfair for a living, the freedom is amazing.

Was there any turning point or Eureka moment which helped make your trading profitable?

Caan: I think understanding the market behaviours and why they do such things has always been important and that really helps as without it youre lost but the real Eureka moment, as you say, is when you fully understand how you fit in with trading, what makes you tick, your strengths and weaknesses if you like.

For me that was when it changed between making a fairly nice side income to making more in an evening than I did in the previous 8 hours i just spent at work. Once that moment set in and I realised profits soared.

Do you stick to a defined strategy?

Caan: There are defined strategies that I use in certain situations although they are very infrequent, generally I trade on what i read in the market.

I like to understand why everything happens. I think its also a key factor in building that confidence that allows me to execute trades effectively.

Can you give a small example of the why? As in what influences the markets the most in your view?

Everything of course influences the markets, its often a case of seeing how and what fit together in each unique situation. Overal i would say the different time frames is probably the biggest contributor to why things happen.

Its often a case there is always an opportunity just a different one at different points in time, having an understanding just helps which opportuinty at which time. Much like anything in life.

Many will try pre-race trading and fail, where do you think most newbies go wrong with this sort of trading?

Caan: I think the problem for most is two things, firstly not actually understanding what is going on and why. It seems people like to link Betfair trading with Forex or other financial trading but actually they are very different.

Studying a Betfair graph for hours before trading trying to identify support and resistance is likely to only help in a couple of races a day. Also each situation is different, in my experience many that fail try to trade each race like the last. An athlete wouldnt turn up to a 800m running race and try to run it like they did in the last race if it was a 100m sprint! Trading race after race is no different.

I have seen your set up. How do you use it for trading and how essential is it to the profits you make?

Caan: My setup is all that i need and a bit more now, doing it full time its worth having all the extras. Its a custom built setup, 2 monitors, one TV and a custom built tower, tower was about ?400, screens around ?100 a piece with the TV about ?150 . i bought it all a couple of years back tho. its a dedicated machine for the trading so it still runs pretty smooth. you could say all in I spent about ?800 on it.

Its possible to do well without it although i think it makes it much easier for me at times being able to have all the information I want at my disposal on display at one time, there are also situations where you would be at a significant disadvantage. My advice if someone is learning would be to use a laptop and subscribe to the racing channels, once youre profiting you can reinvest it in the extras. Thats what i did.

What is the most you have made in one trade and what went right about it?

Caan: The most i have made in one trade was ?452, it was a bit of a freak situation where i could see somebody was desperate to get a large bet of around ?27,000 matched! It was at Kempton Park racecourse and took around 2 minutes!

What is the most you have lost in one trade and what went wrong with it?

Caan: Ahh the big question!

I try not to remember the losses but I know in the early days a couple of times i got caught in-play and left it like a rabbit in the headlights before watching the runner go on and win, the biggest I think was around ?1,500 in one go although in the first year it happened a couple of times.

Do you have any advice for Betfair trading newbies?

If I was starting out now the first thing i would say is do your homework first, learning to trade can cost a fortune but it really doesnt need to.

Get some good software ( The Geeks Toy is the best in my opinion) and take your time to read all the online forums and blogs even if it means trawling back through old posts, there are some useful bits of information out there if you look hard enough. Start with training mode first but treat it like real money, this could save you a lot of money in the first year. Also, if you can afford it invest in some guidance although check around that its from a credible source first, its likely you would have lost a lot more learning the hard way with no help.

Observe the markets and pick your opportunities carefully as in this game it can take seconds to lose or make big profits, thats half the joy of it! And finally once youve started learn to observe yourself and how youre feeling at that point in time, the worst mistakes often come from feeling emotional or wound up, not from the market itself!

While its possible to make lots of money fast its probably counter productive to set extravagant targets, as I said earlier the biggest improvements came with little change in what I was actually doing. Aim low and build confidence as time goes by the momentum of making money will take care of itself.

On a scale of 1-10, how easy or hard is it to become profitable at pre-race trading?

An interesting question, I would say there are two parts to it. To learn to spot opportunities and understand how to become profitable at pre-race trading I would say its a 3, with 10 being the hardest.

However it will vary from person to person on the latter part. To learn how to implement and control yourself around those opportunites mainly due to greed or being scared i would say personally its probably 8 out of 10. I think learning is far easier when there is little or no pressure on the trader.

How can readers keep up with you and follow your journey?

YouTube youtube/caanberry (there will be a lot more uploaded in the coming months)

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The turtle trading channel and filter forex trading strategy

The turtle trading channel and filter forex trading strategyThe Turtle Trading Channel and Filter Forex Trading strategy

The Turtle Trading Channel

Place a buy entry when the “The TurtleTrading Channel” forms its lines (a blue thick line and a deviating black dotted line) below the candlestick and the filter indicator forms blue bars. This is an assumption of a LONG entry and as such a BUY position is advised.

Place your stop loss below the “The TurtleTrading Channel” of the entry candle.

Exit Strategy:

The recommended exit strategy for this trading strategy is to exit when the “The TurtleTrading Channel” forms lines (a red thick line and a deviating black dotted line) above the candles. This is an indication for an exit.

The Turtle Trading Channel and Filter Forex Trading strategy Buy Signal

The chart above depicts the condition for a buy entry, with the filter indicator forming blue bars (signifying a buy entry), while the “The TurtleTrading Channel” forms its line below the candlesticks. The exit criterion for this trading strategy is the formation of the “The TurtleTrading Channel” on the reverse i. e. above the candlesticks.

Enter a SHORT position when the “The TurtleTrading Channel” forms its lines (a red thick line and a deviating black dotted line) above the candlestick and the filter indicator forms corresponding red bars. This is a SHORT entry condition and as such a SELL is advised.

Place your stop loss above the “The TurtleTrading Channel” of the entry candle.

Exit Strategy:

The recommended exit strategy for this trading strategy is to exit when the “The TurtleTrading Channel” forms lines to the reverse (a blue thick line and a deviating black dotted line) below the candles. This is an indication for an exit.

Welcome to defining the line

Welcome to defining the lineWelcome to Defining the line

By Ben Turney posted on February 1, 2014

On Monday I will be taking up a new role acting as editor for shareprophets.

Ill continue to write regularly for ShareProphets, but will just update my twitter account with pieces I publish.

Recent Posts

By Ben Turney posted on December 27, 2013

It is always amusing to see which companies try and sneak out unpalatable RNS announcements on Christmas Eve. This year it was the turn of Black Mountain Resources (BMZ). Over the coming days I plan to write a few pieces analysing what Black Mountain had to say, as it had a few little Christmas crackers for existing shareholders.

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By Ben Turney posted on December 18, 2013

It’s always nice being on the money and today I have been bang on it.

By Ben Turney posted on December 17, 2013