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How to Read Candlestick Charts?

List of 5 Tips About Price Revealed A skill that all traders need to hone and strive to improve constantly is how to read candlestick charts. Candlestick patterns of price matter. What price is doing tells a great deal about which Market Participant Groups are controlling price. The chart example …

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 …

How to Use Inverted Technical Analysis™

Determine If Stock Is 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 or if …

How to Track Large Lot Institutions

Candlestick Patterns in Charts Main challenges Individual Investors and Retail Traders face today, are figuring out when High Frequency Traders are going to suddenly appear and when Dark Pools are quietly buying or selling. There are distinct candlestick and indicator patterns for tracking the Large Lot Institutions that use Dark …

When a Position Trade Moves with Velocity

Lists of Choices and What to Do Tips Position Trading is a newer Trading Style that many people haven’t heard about, which is a Trading Style for choppy Sideways Market Conditions. More and more of the giant and large Funds Managers have moved their buying and selling away from the …

Percentage Stop Losses Trigger High Frequency Traders

Differences in Uptrend and Downtrend Trading The Uptrend and the Downtrend are not mirror images of each other, nor can you use the exact same indicators, indicator period settings, or subordinate indicators. The Downtrend can drop and gap down on low Volume because percentage stop losses trigger High Frequency Traders. …

What is Missing in Your Risk Analysis?

Risk Analysis vs. Run Gain Profit Potential 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. This analysis is NOT using percentages, but rather using the technical patterns …

MetaStock Platform Candlestick Compressions Ideal Entries

Early Candlestick Identification Most Important Platform Candlestick Compressions ideal entries are best for Swing and Momentum Traders, but identifying these compression patterns early is most important. The chart example below is for studying a Relational Technical Analysis™ pattern. This stock was under Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation which tends to form …

New Bottoming Formations in the Stock Market

Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation Builds Stock Bottoms During Trading Range Market Conditions when several industries are in their own Bear Market while other industries are continuing a Bull Market, determining when a stock has reached a final low or near the final low is critical for Swing Traders. They typically …

Options Trading Opportunities Increase

Use Stock Chart Analysis for Options Options Trading has suddenly become far more popular with Professional Traders and Smaller Funds who are now learning to trade Options. This means that Retail Traders will find more trading volume and opportunities than what have been around previously. It is the Renaissance of …

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