Sunday, July 30, 2006


Welcome to Reeholio’s Stock Market Trading Website. The articles on this website are a collection of my ideas about stock market trading. I put this together after a few of my friends have asked me about how I trade, why I trade the US markets from New Zealand, and where I get my information from. The links to the articles on the right expand on each of these topics and many more.

Always conscious of plagiarism, I have tried to quote my sources where possible. You are also welcome to use any of the ideas I have posted on this website. My Trading Methodology is a synthesis of the many ideas I have read from great authors such as William O’Neil, Van Tharp, Alexander Elder and Victor Niederhoffer to name a few. If you do use any of these ideas on another website, I ask that you please recommend this website by linking back it.

I welcome your comments and feedback. You can either leave a comment on the article itself or email me at the address in my profile to the right.


Rhys (aka Reeholio)

Next article: Which Market to Trade?

Disclaimer: WARNING – This website is a collection of my own personal ideas about stock market trading and is not intended as financial advise. The information on this website should not be used as advise to purchase or sell particular stocks. You should seek qualified professional advise before investing or trading any money in the stock markets.


At 8/03/2006 12:56 PM, Blogger Andrew said...

your linked to my site link back please

At 8/09/2006 2:37 PM, Blogger EResourcesForSuccess said...

Bill says I'm crazy but I think dynamic stock market content is worth looking into.

At 8/09/2006 7:14 PM, Blogger stock trader said...

i'm sorry i cannot wait for longer time...actually as you proposed, i already have linked ur side since aweek ago..but there is no response by u...thanks for coorporation.

At 8/10/2006 3:05 AM, Blogger Reeholio said...

Whoops, sorry. Linked now.

At 8/10/2006 10:46 PM, Blogger stock trader said...

Thanks Rhys..already linked.

At 12/14/2006 12:09 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


Nice posts!

Wish you to join a stock pick chalanges at

Everyone can see the performances of others.

At 8/02/2009 12:47 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...


I was reading your post on position sizing and had a couple of questions. If I am understanding correct, the object is to try and keep your stops small because this allows you to buy more shares. Is that correct?

As well the 2% rule, is this the optimal level or just what Van Tharp himself advised? For me I would rather stay at 1% plus commission.

Also, Have you heard of the order entry software or do you use it and is something like this necessary?

Thanks Will

At 9/03/2009 4:22 AM, Blogger Hard said...

We all get bombarded every day with mails, morning briefs as to which stock we should pick and how will be the market trend today. Every time the brokerage houses will send the stock market tips as if we all are playing a gamble and need the tricks as to how we can win it. And anticipating as to how to do stop loss and at least will make smaller profits. What most of the investor do is they consider short term trading as the long term investment and believe as to how it can be doubled in a day. Buying a stock just because the price is low and some stock market tip you received that this will boom in the market today. What most of us do is that we all trade with money which we can’t afford to lose but the market always says that invest only that money which is in excess to you. All of these are the big mistakes which we commit every day in spite of being reminded every time that we should complete our home work for the next day.
Things to Remember when invest in stock market:
 We believe that the fundamental says invest in those company about which you know completely , but that doesn’t mean you fall in love with a company and a particular stock just because you are familiar with it or it create news in the stock market every time. Most of us just try proving our fundamentals are right and for that we apply too many technical indicators on that stock. It’s not true that the stock will go according to its fundamentals and technical, many stocks behave opposite to their indicators, thus they do not guarantee as to whether it will go up or down.
 Investors jump to penny stocks as they immediately boom in the market due to rumors what need to understand is that the Penny stocks are very risky , and on this basis make your strategy as to which one to pick from that lot and how much to invest . The portfolio of the investor should be constructed in such a manner that it allots weight age to different sector and the sizes of the stocks so that the diversification is there and the risk can be mitigated. Therefore the weight age of penny stocks in one‘s portfolio should not be more that the 15%. This is to minimize the losses and to accumulate the profits also.
 Keep a watch on the industry of the particular stock. Most of the stock behaves according to their industry trend. Thus if in the budget the government committed to play large role in the infrastructure sector , all the stocks will go react as per the budget and the whole sector recorded the jump of 12% on the next day. But it might be the case that the industry is booming and the stock is going down, therefore along with Industry, Company information is also vital.
 Past performance of any company doesn’t not hold true or affect its future performance. Many of the Indian stocks which were heavy weight in the past few years and were considered the blue chip companies in this market are either bankrupt or have become extinct in the market. Thus continuous performance analysis and evaluation is important.


At 9/05/2011 1:46 AM, Anonymous stock market trading said...

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At 1/06/2015 11:43 PM, Anonymous Epicresearch said...

I will keep in my mind the stock and investment tips you have provided. I love to share it with my friends too.


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