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 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...
We had another good week of basing action in the indexes until Thursday when we finally saw the S&P500 break out of its range higher. The markets are strong and there are quite a few great stocks moving nicely now.  As for the precious...
The US markets are mixed for the moment but do have the look to be ready to roll over further Monday.  We could be ready for a month of downside to base building type of action which would be great. July has been our best month this year,...
We had a pretty tame week for the most part until Thursday when things began to move. Last week I mentioned that markets needed a few days rest while the caught their breath along with many stocks.
Wow is all I can say.  It was the best week of the year by a long shot and we’ve had some stellar weeks to be sure. Last week was quiet and not many were around.  Many didn’t read my weekend letter due to the holiday and that is how the...
A relatively quiet but interesting week for the markets with Canada Day falling early in the week and Independence Day falling later in the week which kept markets open only half a day Wednesday and pretty quiet Friday.
Another week of weakness for the precious metals which is slowly but surely causing perma-bulls to lose heart. This game that is the markets is played to take as much money from the masses as possible. It often works that the public does...
Well, well.  What a pounding the metals took this week.  It’s no fun to grasp at hopes and dreams while your assets tumble to the weeds. I’m not sure if this is a low here yet or not, we’ve got to see how things act the next few days but...

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