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5 Techniques Find Stocks Faster

Tips For Investing And Trading One of the daunting tasks for many new or novice investors and retail traders is finding stocks to invest in long term or to trade. Right now there are over 9500 different listed stocks, Over-the-Counter OTC stocks, and Exchange Traded Funds ETFs that you could …

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How to Interpret Linear Regression Slope Lines

Price Fluctuation Revealed Linear Regression Slope Lines can provide a visual interpretation of price that is far superior to any moving average. Instead of applying the lines to the price, the lines can be set below the price chart to maintain the integrity of the analysis of the candlestick patterns …

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Anatomy Of A Stock Bottom

Candlestick Patterns and Large Lot Indicators Short term bottoms are often a sideways pattern that slowly rises out of the low. Sometimes it is hard to see this as a bottom developing, because price is moving in such a choppy up and down pattern each day. One great way to …

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Tracking Institutional Investors

Quiet Accumulation/Distribution Indicators The task of finding a simple reliable method for tracking the quiet accumulation of institutional investors in the stock market was no small feat for me many years ago. Market indicators track mostly indexes, advancing versus declining stocks, breadth, and so on which all basically track price …

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Trading Range Resistance Analysis

How Price And Volume Reflect Resistance Strength Support and Resistance are hugely important to retail and technical traders who are seeking to take advantage of the sudden velocity moves out of Trading Ranges and other sideways price action. Learning to identify when the price and volume patterns are showing sufficient …

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How To Identify Dark Pool Rotation Patterns

Downside Action In The Automated Stock Market Recently  the news media for the retail side of the market stated that the correction the market was experiencing during that week was caused by “investors reaction to the dollar value rising and the risk of the Feds raising interest rates.” Although this …