Warren Bevan

Warren Bevan is a renowned trader who’s honed his craft over the years learning the styles and techniques of Jesse Livermore, William O’Neil and Dan Zanger and forming his own unique style. He focuses on making money and going hard when the right markets present themselves and during the rest of the time focuses on capital preservation.  He focuses on the leading fast moving stocks during the good times.  He is a proud Canadian, traveler, explorer, and consummate market geek who tells it as he sees it. Warren’s website is www.wizzentrading.com and his email address is warren@wizzentrading.com

Articles by Warren Bevan

A bit of a slow week for stocks that may be needing a rest now after a strong August. Summer is usually a weaker period for stocks with lighter volume but August was strong on lighter volume this year.
U.S. markets and leading stocks continue to show strong and positive action, mostly early in the week. It really has been a great August, and that is rare, but it just shows that you must always be paying attention to things and can’t rely...
Weakness dominated markets this past week and many stocks followed. The summer of consolidation continues with some weakness thrown in for good measure. I still don’t think this correction will be very deep, rather, it will just put in the...
We saw more consolidation and chop for markets and stocks this past week, while even good earnings numbers aren’t helping stocks move higher. Moreover, we started to see some weakness come into the market Thursday which has begun to rock...
Markets and stocks were very weak and choppy and didn’t give us any easy trades this past week. We’re in the summer doldrums right now and while it’s no fun, we are setting up a nice long base that should set us up for nice moves into the...
It was a bit of a tough week for me. Monday showed some signs of weakness after the holiday week and I ignored, or discounted them, with recent strength in mind. Unfortunately, I was relatively heavy in leading stocks, which gaped down...
We had a nice relatively quiet but solid week for markets and stocks for the most part, which is nice to see. You just never really know what a holiday week will bring but this one was good. We didn’t see a lot of large moves but leading...
A relatively quiet week for markets and many leading stocks as we are still a bit mixed overall while some great bases continue to complete.
A bit of a strange week for markets and many stocks as they looked strong and should have moved but they didn’t do much in the end. Maybe it had something to do with the quad witching Friday.
Markets were extremely overbought last weekend and began to roll over this week right on schedule. We are well off those overbought readings now and are setting up for another round of strength as stocks work to complete bases.

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