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Killer Fool Proof Oil Money Strategy

Added 3/5/2012

The strategy is really simple, in fact it's so simple you just won't believe it, and this is one of the reasons why ordinary people don't trade oil futures. They think it can't be that simple, or there has to be a catch, or some other negative reason they can come up with to never try something different.

Right around 7:50AM CST you will be able to see on your chart that the oil chart is moving slowly in a range. When the market opens at 8AM CST shortly after that the chart will move dramatically up or down. Sometimes the direction of this move is predictable based on what the chart is telling you but since you never really know, I've missed several great trades. If you place your pending order long and it goes short, you miss the trade and vis-a-versa. So, the way you fix that is by placing a pending order long several pennies above the range and a pending order short several pennies below the range.

But that's not the point I'm trying to make here, I'm here to tell you about my S-X-3 strategy.

So here is how it works. Now keep in mind this article is written for the ordinary guy or girl who has never traded before, so I am going to start from the beginning and explain everything.

First you need a trading account like any online brokerage for stock trading, except you need a commodities trading account. Once you are set up with your account, you should get your broker or one of those trading clubs to teach you the basics of how to execute a trade.

Keep it Simple, all this is really easy, just get an account, join a trading club and then start executing the S-X-3 strategy once or twice a day and make crazy money every day.

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Killer Forex Trading Tips

Added 3/5/2012

Forex trading is generally the buying of a certain countries currency by selling another countries Forex; for instance buy the American Dollar and trade it for the British pound in any financial market. The established killer currency trading tips are designed to help all Forex traders to obtain the best results after employing recommended Forex tools.

The Forex killer is not a complete automatic currency trading robot but it requires coordination and operation from the person using it and so you are supposed to include data from the trading platform you are using. Hereby you are able to determine on the rate of your trade whether its percentage is high enough to fit in a low risk trade. It's most advisable that you start trading Forex killer by opening a demo account which can simply be funded with real money or cash money. The demo account should be operated in a way that it's just money that could be coming in and out of your hand access.

When operating the demo account it's very important that you don't take any risky trading procedures not to establish any bad habits while employing the Forex killer. Another tip is that you are advised to trade your account regularly mostly once in a month in order to become very familiar with the Forex killer. Hereby you should be able to take notes according to the signals produced. Another killer Forex trading tip is that you should not employ the Forex killer in trading news because it's not designed to read unlike the operator can read the event news. All news from ongoing events are obtained when trends identified by the Forex killer or trades are reversed.

At this stage you can subscribe for a Forex trading signal service that can address all news events like the Forex peace Army. Having reached the stage of a professional trader you can use the Forex Killer together with the Forex peace army to maximize your profits and returns generally. For high returns it's advisable not to trade with the lower time frames but go with the hourly charts, follow established trends even if the killer Forex goes against it you can easily identify this by analyzing the high time frame charts. It's another important tip that you practice good money management statistically not to risk a loss of more than 5% in a particular trade with reliable broadband connections.

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Killer K's Fantasy Baseball Strikeout Pitchers on the Waiver Wire and Trading Block

Added 3/5/2012

If your fantasy baseball team is in dire need of help in the category of strikeouts, a quick trip to the waiver wire or trading block may be just what the doctor ordered. However, there may be some side effects from the medication the fantasy doctor prescribes. In other words, you may be able to pick up a pitcher or two to help out with some much-needed K's but these same pitchers also come with some pretty nasty ERA and WHIP numbers, so be prepared. If you are firmed up in the ratio categories, then feel free to acquire some of the following pitchers to deliver some valuable strikeouts to your fantasy baseball squad:

Rich Harden (OAK) -
If it's strikeouts you need, then look no further than Harden. With 9.5 K/9 in 2011 (and a career mark of 9.1), Harden will deliver the K's. However, his 4.63 ERA in 2011 won't help much in that category and a career 4.12 BB/9 means you can expect a poor WHIP as well. Considering the Athletics' inability to deal him at the deadline to a better offensive team and he simply can't be relied upon to deliver many wins either.

Jonathan Sanchez (SF) -
With 9.2 K/9 in 2011, Sanchez can be counted upon for strikeouts. However, with a 5.8 BB/9 this season (and a league-leading 96 walks in 2010), he can also be expected to hurt your fantasy team in the WHIP category (1.44 so far in 2011). With career marks of 4.24 and 1.39 in ERA and WHIP respectively, expect more of the same for the rest of this season.

Felipe Paulino (KC) -
Since moving from the Rockies bullpen to the Royals' starting rotation, Paulino has maintained a constant strikeout rate of 8.6 K/9. Although his 4.19 ERA and 1.39 WHIP in 2011 are due in large part to his time at Coors Field, Paulino offers your fantasy team some cheap K's and little else.

Tom Gorzelanny (WAS) -
Having been recently demoted to the bullpen by the Nationals, Gorzelanny is worth keeping an eye on. If he returns to the starting rotation (a real possibility considering Ross Detwiler's career statistics as a starter and the fact that Jordan Zimmermann is on an innings limit), he may be able to deliver some key strikeout totals down the stretch. His rate in 2011 is an impressive 8.2 K/9. His 1.33 WHIP and 4.52 ERA are less impressive so far this season. Also of note is the fact that Gorzelanny has walked batters at a 2.85 BB/9 clip this season after posting a 4.5 BB/9 in 2010. Look for some K's and nothing else of value.

Danny Duffy (KC) -
Another Royals' starter who delivers strikeouts and little else of value to your fantasy team, the rookie has struck out batters to the tune of 7.9 K/9 in 2011 but it has come at a price. He has also delivered fantasy team-killing totals of 5.05 ERA and 1.67 WHIP in a 2011 season which has seen Duffy bounce up-and-down between the big club and the minors. He should stick in the Royals' rotation for now and give you some strikeouts (and inflated ratios).

A.J. Burnett (NYY) -
Long a poster boy for empty strikeout totals, Burnett can be a frustrating player for fantasy owners and pitching coaches alike. Whether his problem is related to mechanics, pitch sequencing or mental state is unknown. What is known is that Burnett always seems to be pitching out of a jam but delivers strikeouts consistently. As long as you are willing to accept the high K totals and bear the brunt of his peripheral stats, Burnett will not disappoint. Be forewarned that he is not for the faint of heart.

James McDonald (PIT) -
After bouncing between the Dodgers' bullpen and starting rotation in 2010, J-Mac was dealt to the Pirates and delivered some nice results late last season. The early going in 2011 was not kind to McDonald as he was battered around in several outings early on. That being said, he has evened out his ERA somewhat at 4.23 but his WHIP still stands at an ugly 1.52. Take the strikeouts to the bank (7.57 K/9) and live with the rest.

If it's strikeouts you need, then rest assured, there are options available on the waiver wire and trading block. As long as your ERA and WHIP categories are solid, these pitchers can help you out down the stretch. Proceed with caution and you might just get the statistical push you need to pull ahead of the pack.

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