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Watch out for Rita!

Oil prices show initial decline, but closed
up. Launching new members only
newsletter. Watch out for now as Rita hits.
Watch the volume and Oscillators.
Get the latest at
tradingtrainer.com.

Hey trading team,

This is A.J. on Sunday, September 25th with
your Trading Trainer web log. We are your
home of market insights for the serious option
trader. This web log will cover the events in the
market from this past Friday as well as prepare
you for watching the market tomorrow.

Again, the calmer Rita caused oil prices to
decline, and the initial opening plunge in the
market was reversed to close up. What we’ll
really need to see is how the market reacts to the
damage post Rita come tomorrow. Monday
morning will be all telling. Depending on the
outcome, things will be wild one way or
another. So, if you are in any trades, buckle up,
you’re in for a ride. If you aren’t, it might be
safest to watch from the sidelines.

More exciting I think is the new members-only
newsletter we’re launching today. First, we,
here at TradingTrainer.com are just about to tie
the knot with both the Investors Business Daily
newspaper and the Dow Jones Market Watch
Online service to have their news feeds, exactly
when they are released, plugged directly into our
newsletter. Now if those aren’t the best sources
of news highlights, I don’t know what is.
Second, the Trading Index Stats section has been
redesigned. We are watching six indexes now,
not just three. In addition to the Dow, the
Nasdaq and the large-cap S&P 500, we’ll be
watching the mid-cap S&P 400, the small-cap
S&P 600 and the Russell 2000. And, for each
index we now have a graphic dashboard that
will quickly tell you how the index is doing for
the day and the week. Finally, in the trading
index stats section, we have moved away from
static charts and audio. There is a single button
now that says, “View the indexes analysis right
now…” When you click that button you will be
brought to a flash video where instead of having
you look at a static chart while I talk, you can
look over my shoulder on to my computer and
see how I analyze the indexes. Third, the Charts
of Interest section is now using that flash video
technology as well. There is a button for each
ticker. Today, I only did an analysis on
Pacificare Health Systems, ticker PHS. That
means there is only one flash video today. On
many days there will be more. Anyway, what all
these changes mean is…well, that this base
audio commentary will be significantly shorter
and you will have a more interactive experience
when it comes to charting. Team, thanks to you,
we here at TradingTrainer.com have been able
to take it up a notch. We’re delighted to be here
because of you and we won’t ever stop getting
better.

Tomorrow is going to be a lot of watching and
reacting to the damage of Hurricane Rita. The
broad market is teetering between biases right
now, and it’s not safe for me to open an
positions at this time for should the broad
market reverse, I’ll be caught with my pants
down. I’ll be sitting back and watch tomorrow.

Okay, team. I’m done.

Till tomorrow, happy market watching, trading
and money making. Trading Trainer is here
helping you create your dream lifestyle.

Best regards always,
A.J.

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About the Author
A.J. Brown is a full time options trader, author,
speaker and consultant. Watch him review stock
charts on video each day, listen to his audio
newsletter where he leads you by the hand
through the end-to-end process of successful
options traders and get tips and tested strategies
proven to boost your return on your invested
capital by massive amounts in his membership
site at TradingTrainer.com today.

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