Active Trader

Turn the volume up.

Turn the volume up.

Are you considering volume before making investing choices? If not, here’s why you should.

An options IV

If you trade options, implied volatility can help you identify stocks that could move.

Sell in May?

The answer: probably not if you take the long view. But expect lower volume.

Picking a broker

When making this decision, look first for service, then low trading costs and good value.

Idea Generation

ETF myths explained

Aspects of ETFs can sometimes be misunderstood, especially costs, dividends, and taxes.

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5 preferred screens

New preferred stock ideas for the income seeker in search of yield, growth, and more.

Technical Analysis

Chart tips

If you like to use charts, consider the time frame, the type of chart, and a benchmark.

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Consider stochastics

This indicator can generate buy and sell signals. Here’s what it says about stocks now.

Trading Strategy

Stock research tools

Here’s how you can analyze investment opportunities using powerful tools and resources.

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Strategy testing

Here’s how practice-trading your strategies may help improve your profit/loss potential.

NEW: Spring 2015 Edition

  • In the Money: Fall 2014

    Check out In the Money, a new publication for more investing ideas and strategies.

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Viewpoints on the iPad

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Options Trading

Learn about the world of options and how they might be used to implement your strategy.

Next Steps

  • Active Trader Pro

    Faster trading capabilities, streaming market data, and fully customizable layouts.

  • Fidelity Learning Center

    Interactive media delivers insights and training from industry professionals.

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