Evan Lazarus

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Evan Lazarus serves as the Chief Technical Analyst at Wyatt Investment Research and the Editor of Chart Trader and Momentum Trade Alerts. For the last 20 years, he’s been a professional stock trader who uses technical analysis to make profitable trades. Evan’s goal is to help every investor become a better trader.

Learn to Handle Euphoria and Frustration in Trading

Euphoria from winning . . . it’s a glimpse of success, it reinforces that you're doing the right thing. In this moment you

Success Vs. Failure: 10 Key Rules for Winning Traders

I firmly believe that what truly separates the 10% of winning traders from the 90% that lose is their mindset. The vast major

7 Common Mistakes That Thwart Trading Success

The weakest part of any trading method is usually the trader himself. There are many, many, robust trading systems and met

Why I’m Terrible at Golf: It Has Everything to Do With Trading

This past weekend I had the opportunity to play with a pro golfer. After 18 holes, he was four under par while I on the other

Which is Better: Fundamental or Technical Analysis?

Some people ask: Which is better, fundamental or technical analysis? Well, let’s just say that will only take you down a pa

Trading is Gambling, and That’s OK

Traders always want to tell themselves that what they are doing isn’t gambling and that, because you can have a “strategy

What Dimension Do You Trade In?

  Successful trading depends on the 3Ms  –  Mind, Method and Money. Beginners focus on analysis, but professionals

Watch for These 7 Signs of the Bear

The widely accepted definition of a bear market is a 20% decline over a two-month period. The question I ask is this:  Wh

Dancing With the Charts: Technical Analysis is Here to Stay

When I started in this business in the early 90s, most of my analysis was done with graph paper, pencils and a word processor

What You Should Know About American Express: Then and Now

Back in June of this year I wrote a piece that included an in-depth video analysis dissecting the price action (at that time)