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Quantity Defines Many Aspects of the Trade Here is a list of what Quantity reveals in Candlestick Chart Analysis: Who controls price. There are now 10 Market Participant Groups who at any time can seize control of price and dominate price direction, run potential, and sustainability of the run. How …

Compression Candlestick Pattern Indicator Analysis

Quantity Indicators Allow for Early Stock Entry All indicators have limitations and Market Conditions, where the indicator fails or does not provide a true positive or negative pattern, or is simply unable to keep up with the speed of momentum price or volume activity. Bollinger Bands® are no exception. Bollinger …

Dynamics of a High Frequency Trading Gap Down

List of Indicator Signals Reveals Dark Pool Quiet Rotation™ The stock chart example in this article has been under Dark Pool Quiet Rotation for over a year as Giant Funds quietly and slowly reduced the number of held shares in their portfolios using Dark Pools, in expectation of a slowdown …

Swing Trading Using HFT Trigger Entries

How to Identify Momentum Action Ahead of Runs One of the most exasperating experiences for many StockCharts.com Users is to open their charts to find a stock that has run or gapped with momentum energy. These huge one day gains occur when High Frequency Traders HFTs fill the queues ahead …

Chart Platform Compression Patterns for Early Entries

Trade with Professional Traders for Higher Profits The stock chart example below recently had a strong “Pop Out of the Box” candlestick pattern, after a Platform compression pattern. Preceding the compression, the price action was a Trading Range. Oftentimes Trading Ranges compress into a tighter formation when Dark Pool Quiet …

Beyond Basic Candlestick Pattern Analysis

Recognizing Who Is Controlling the Stock Price There is a plethora of training on Candlestick Pattern Analysis and interpretation, and yet this remains one of the most problematic areas for Technical Traders who want to trade at the expert level, earning high income from just trading stocks. Once the basics …

Sideways Bottoming Trends

Bottom Trend Analysis and Dark Pools It used to be that Technical Analysts identified two trends, the Uptrend and the Downtrend. If the market or a stock was not trending up or down, it was termed “trendless.” In those days the sideways trend was not considered an important factor for …

Market Participant Groups Cycle

Market Participant Groups Move Price in Specific Ways The Market Participant Groups Cycle occurs in visual candlestick patterns on the charts, and analysis should be confirmed with appropriate indicators. The following is a breakdown of how Market Participant Groups move price in specific ways, with the groups name in the …

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