Tom Scollon

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From farmer to high school teacher to successful investor and financial advisor, Tom Scollon's career path has been diverse. Yet this interesting mix has resulted in far-reaching experience in a range of industries and enabled him to enjoy unmitigated success trading the markets. He has invested successfully on the Australian stockmarket for more than 20 years trading equities, options and other financial instruments using technical analysis techniques to determine trends and chart market movements. Tom believes that studying simple trends such as price and volume can reveal much about a stock’s prospects. He uses technical indicators such as “On Balance Volume”, “Bollinger Bands” and “Elliott Wave” to predict where the market might head next. He is a great teacher and in his articles he translates his views into easy-to-understand concepts for all levels of traders, and has thus developed a strong following over the years.

Latest Posts

Editor Asks Should We Stick With The Index

16 Jun, 2003
The Australian share market has risen almost 15% since its low of 2666 (XAO) on March 13 this year. Some very honest people have said to me their portfolio has not risen anywhere near this extent. How come?

No Such Thing As Bad News

16 Jun, 2003
Over the last several weeks we have brushed aside bad news and it has been very much a case of “don’t rain on my parade”.

And The Winner Is…Bonds Or Equities?

10 Jun, 2003
There has been much written in the last week about bonds, interest rates and equities – almost too fashionable for me to write about – forever the contrarian!

Editor Asks: Are You Ethical?

2 Jun, 2003
Ethical investing experienced a spurt in the 90’s but returns have been called into question in more recent times when getting a decent profit on any share instrument has been difficult, let alone those that champion particular causes.

Market Depth - A Handy Tool

26 May, 2003
If used correctly Market Depth can help you fine-tune your entry or exit. Simply it is a summary of buyers and sellers and it shows you the balance between the two.

Sell Into the Rallies

19 May, 2003
I should elaborate on my view on what a rally is. A rally can be a short-lived recovery or it can be the final spurt at the end of a long-term trend up.

Note From the Editor

19 May, 2003
In Issue #4 28 April I spoke about the likelihood of retracement of the Australian stock market and since then the market has been in steady decline.
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