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What Is Missing in Your Risk Analysis?

Stop Loss with Support & Resistance The least used and most often improperly used analysis by Technical Traders and Retail Traders is Risk Analysis. All too often, traders are choosing high risk stock picks without realizing it. See candlestick chart example below. This analysis is NOT using percentages, but rather …

Why Use Inverted Technical Analysis™?

Determine If a Stock Is a Retracement or Sell Short When Retail Traders are already in a stock and it starts to move down rather than up, many do not know whether to sell the stock or hold it. They are uncertain whether the move down is just a retracement …

How to Identify High Frequency Traders HFT & Dark Pools?

Learn Price and Stock Volume Analysis When the Financial Markets undergo massive internal structural changes, those changes impact price and stock volume action that Retail Traders depend upon, due to their use of charts and technical indicators for stock pick selection and trading. See candlestick chart example below. Candlestick charts …

How to Identify Price Action Trading in Topping Stocks?

New Candlestick Patterns that Reveal Potential Tops One of the more challenging aspects of being a Technical Trader or Retail Trader in the automated markets today is that the candlestick patterns of Technical Analysis are changing. In particular, How to Identify Price Action Trading in Topping Stocks is often the …

What Is Dark Pool Quiet Rotation™?

Candlestick Patterns Explained with Stock Indicators Most Technical and Retail Traders have heard about Buy Side Institutions Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation and Quiet Distribution, but few understand another institutional action which is Dark Pool Quiet ROTATION. The candlestick chart example below with a monthly view shows the commencement of a …

Why Learn Dark Pool Candlestick Patterns?

To Enter Stocks Prior to Velocity Runs Dark Pools use precise controlled orders that trigger automatically over extended periods of time. Since the Buy Side Institutions using the Dark Pools are primarily buying for the long term, price can sometimes drop down before moving up. This tendency often leaves Retail …

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