Active Trader is the premier source for trading strategies, news, analysis and educational resources. It is the flagship magazine (and the only paid for publication) from the publishers of Currency Trader and Futures & Options Trader.
Every month Active Trader brings you the best:
- Trading strategies and tactics, using technical and fundamental approaches. Material for beginners as well as advanced and professional traders.
- Blow-by-blow analysis of real trades.
- Interviews with top traders
- Risk control and money management articles.
- Profiles of other traders like you.
- Industry news -- the most important events shaping the trading world.
- Reviews of Web sites, software and books.
- Trading technology — the latest in hardware and communications.
- The business of trading: What you need to know about taxation, incorporation, and other business issues.
- Trading system analysis. The most rigorous historical back-testing in the business.
- Trading calendar -- upcoming economic report releases and government statistics.
- New products, services and industry events.
- Programming code for different software packages.
Publisher: Active Trader magazine
Country: United States
Subscription: $59.40 per month
Address1: 161 N. Clark
Address2: Suite 4915
Good Magazine for Retail Traders
Good for all traders
Good alternative to Traders
However, overall I find it a good read - not too anal and all articles well written (OK I'm slightly biased - I write for them sometimes). Not too expensive either, even with the shipping. Worth a look.
Active Trader magazine
On the other hand, some of the articles tend slightly towards superficiality - there's not the depth of analysis there, that you might get with TASC.
Against that, I generally find that there's more of interest in there than a typical issue of TASC.
The delivery of issues is just as erratic as TASC as well - with both I've had nothing for 6 weeks and then 2 issues within days of each other
(it would be moderately useful to know if 1=bad, 5=good, or vice versa, when assigning scores! I've assumed 5=good)
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