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How to Interpret Stock Sideways Patterns?

Tips to Identify Them & List of How They Are Different There are hundreds of strategies that have been developed for sideways action, but still Technical and Retail Traders have meager gains or chronic losses during Sideways Market Conditions. This is an important trend to master as the markets now …

How to Trade Stocks Successfully

The Importance of Candlestick Patterns Trading Stocks is becoming an alternative career for many people. It offers a variety of opportunities and advantages that working for a corporation does not. The first step in learning how to trade stocks successfully, is to understand what you need to do to trade …

The Basics of Successful Stock Trading

5 Step Process to Find and Enter Stocks Successfully If you are a new or beginning Retail Trader, there are many exciting new ways to find stocks quickly and easily. The goal needs to be to learn how to use your TC2000 charting software to maximize time and efforts, while …

How to Enter Lower Priced Stocks

Recognizing Stock Bottoms with Strong Support Many new Independent Investors and Retail Traders do not have a lot of capital to invest or trade in stocks. One key Technical Analysis aspect is how to buy a stock just as it is completing a bottom. Bottom Formations are wonderful technical patterns …

Engulfing White Candlestick Patterns

Requirement List for Successful Entry New and novice Traders learn a few candlestick patterns and rush out to trade believing this is all they need to be successful trading stocks. They are then often surprised to see the stock retrace and lose money. Learning to find candlestick patterns that are …

The Bollinger Bands® Indicator

List of Market Conditions for Using Bollinger Bands Bollinger Bands are used as a technical indicator, that help retail traders read stock charts more easily. The Bollinger Bands indicator is a Channel Indicator. Channel indicators are lines that are drawn by the computer software program, above and below the price …