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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 …

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 …

Using Bollinger Bands® Stock Indicator

Bollinger Bands Identify Candlestick Platforms Prior to Runs Bollinger Bands have been gaining in popularity in the past couple of years. This is no surprise given the changes in the Market Structure, and how price behaves with more of the Exchanges, Dark Pool Alternative Trading Systems, Electronic Communication Networks, and …

Indecision Day Candlestick Patterns

List of Guidelines for Their Market Conditions Candles that form on days where neither the sellers nor the buyers take total control of price, and move it strongly in one direction are called Indecision Day Candlestick Patterns. Indecision days are mostly very small bodied candles with small wicks and tails …

Clarity Using Bollinger Bandwidth® Indicator

A Technique for Better Bollinger Bands® Analysis Bollinger Bands are by far one of the best indicators for analysis of sideways price action in stocks, finding compression patterns early before High Frequency Trading price surges, and providing visual assistance with Spatial Pattern Recognition Skills™ for Beginner Traders. However using the …

How to Improve Bollinger Bands®

Add Quantity/Volume Indicators to Analysis for Stock & Options Trading One of the most exasperating things that happen to Retail and Technical Traders is to find a chart with a perfect setup but the stock has already gapped or run up with a huge one day gain, as High Frequency …

Bollinger Bands® Improved

New Twist on Using Bollinger Bands for Stock Trading Many traders do not know that there are several variations of Bollinger Bands designed by John Bollinger. One of those is %B, which is a line indicator that can be used with Worden’s Time Segmented Volume to create a Hybrid Leading …

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