We only do this maybe twice a year, but please be reminded that the founder of CMLViz, maker of options-trade-hunting software Trade Machine Pro, is hosting a Slope of Hope webinar on Thursday, January 23, at 3:00 PST (that is, two hours after the market closes). Please click here to sign up for this free webinar (even if you’re not sure you can make it; there’s no corporal punishment for missing).
Slope of Hope Blog Posts
Slope initially began as a blog, so this is where most of the website’s content resides. Here we have tens of thousands of posts dating back over a decade. These are listed in reverse chronological order. Click on any category icon below to see posts tagged with that particular subject, or click on a word in the category cloud on the right side of the screen for more specific choices.
Mobile users – – Android, iPhone, tablets, everything – – I need your help.
As I mentioned recently, I discovered to my shock that a full one-third of Sloper’s visits are from a mobile device. This is shameful to me, because Slope blows on mobile. I’ve never bothered making it mobile-friendly. That is going to change.
In fact, I upgraded from my horrible phone (an ancient iPhone 5s with a shattered screen) to something more modern and decent. I’ve got to say, horizontally, the site isn’t half-bad. This is from my phone just now:(more…)
As you know, I love announcing new features here on Slope, which happens with some regularity. This time, however, I’d like to re-introduce a feature we’ve made a lot better: the Follow function.
Simply stated, if you want to see every comment any specific Sloper makes, just click on the Follow button, as shown below (it looks like a pedestrian):(more…)
We’ve added so many things to Slope this year, let’s do one last one, delivered by Santa himself, and I think it’s really terrific: the Trade Idea Maker.(more…)
Who’s kidding whom? This is a bearish site. I’m an unapologetic permabear, cruelly born into a multitude of the biggest bull markets in human history. Yet in spite of this, Slope has had a record year and has never had more premium subscribers.
But I feel Slope has only reached a sliver of its potential. I’m going to start running print ads regularly, and I’ve put together my first one. It’s small, it’s simple, and it’s to the point.(more…)
Any Slopers up for Show-n-Tell?
Nothing to do with the markets, this is an escape from same, a tour of a current project of mine.
There is satisfaction for me in cleaning and fixing, to use again, stuff I’ve collected . Especially making something unique. It’s why I liked redoing old houses: I did it my way. That was the satisfaction. Having my fun with the job.(more…)
Sorry this took so long, but I wanted you to know that the SlopeMATRIX page now has volume, which for me is important since I like sorting by volume to make sure I don’t have any thinly-traded (or deceased) issues lingering in any of my watchlists.