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Why Analyze Sideways Bottoming Trends?

To Identify Dark Pool Buy Zones™ The Shift of Sentiment™ pattern in the chart example below, clearly and easily shows that Buy Side Institutions using Dark Pools entered this stock and would quickly take control of price. Sideways bottoming trend analysis of the chart shows a sudden reversal occurred when …

How to Use and Interpret a Center Line Oscillator

A Center Line Oscillator Moves in Opposition to Price Most Technical and Retail Traders are familiar with high and low range oscillators or what is often called an Overbought or Oversold Oscillator. However few really understand or use a Center Line Oscillator which is extremely useful during volatile market conditions, …

How to Identify Professional Traders Footprints

Earnings Strategies for Stock Traders During Earnings Season, most Retail Traders and Technical Traders are often frustrated because they do not have training on Earnings Strategies that work for their Trading Style. They hear about a stock or a great report and discover the stock gapped up hugely before they …

Spatial Pattern Recognition Skills™

Using Spatial Pattern Recognition Skills to Trade Like a Professional All Technical Traders need to have very high visual pattern skill development so that they can click through charts quickly, and identify patterns that they prefer to trade. Unfortunately for most Retail Traders this skill is underdeveloped, leaving them to …

New Bottom Formations for Technical Traders

More Opportunities for Lower Capital Based Traders One thing that is a constant in the Financial Markets and especially in the Stock Market over the past few years is change. Everything about Technical Analysis is changing. It is often hard for Retail Traders who trade from home and Technical Traders …

Using a Complete Data Set for Analysis

Use a Volume Indicator for Stock Picks In the early days of Technical Analysis all of the data from the Stock Market was not readily available, in a format that could be hand-drawn on a chart. The earliest chartists had to create their charts using either Point and Figure, Line, …

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