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

We finally got the debt ceiling extension at the 11th hours as usual this week. The government is opened again as well and markets and stocks are loving it. We’re off to the races here with many fast moving stocks breaking out while many...
A very interesting week that saw markets go into full blow big time correction mode with many gains that took weeks to accumulate wiped out in a single day if you weren’t out prior to it which we were luckily, but just barely.
We saw markets a bit confused this past week with the Russell 2000 and Nasdaq looking good while the S&P500 chart didn’t look so great. All markets were doing very well in the face of a government shutdown and debt ceiling talk and...
A corrective type of week for the markets after a good run recently is just what we needed. There are some strong stocks holding up well and even advancing here -- and it’s those stocks you want to take note of. The stocks that hold up...
We had an interesting week which really began to get interesting after the Federal Reserve said Wednesday (Sept 18) they would not be tapering their bond buying as many had expected. Gold rocketed just before the news and continued to move...
A nice week all in all with markets and stocks acting very well in this bull market. We don’t need to fly all the time and recent good gains are being consolidated nicely here as we setup for more upside in the weeks ahead.
A very constructive week with markets looking like they want to go higher, but are really yet to move that way. Of course that can change and that’s why we need to assess markets on a daily basis and be ready and able to change our minds.
A very quiet week all in all with many trader taking off mid-week for an extra long, long weekend. We will see many participants return to work next week and volume should once again begin to pick-up.
A great week really in the big scheme of things. We saw markets continue to correct and consolidate and they are bouncing a bit now. This is the kind of action we really want to see so we can have a nice run into the end of the year.
Well, the easy money that looked to be here last weekend dissipated quickly.  The S&P 500 broke to new highs but then failed and was choppy all week with no direction which means it’s best to be out of markets or only in very strong...

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