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Candlestick Patterns

How to Trade Stocks Successfully

The Importance of Candlestick Patterns Trading Stocks is becoming an alternative career for many people. It offers a variety of opportunities and advantages that working for a corporation does not. The first step in learning how to trade stocks successfully, is to understand what you need to do to trade …

How to Swing Trade Springboard Candlestick Patterns

Balance of Power Indicator Reveals Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation A Velocity Market Condition is one of the shortest of the 6 Primary Market Conditions. The reason that a Velocity Condition is so brief is because of how fast price moves, how quickly the Angle of Ascent™ goes vertical, and the …

5 Key Aspects of Technical Analysis

Candlestick Patterns Reveal What, When, Why, Who, and Where Technical Analysis is the study and interpretation of price, time, and volume for stocks and indexes. Due to the massive changes to the Stock Market Structure since the Banking Debacle and Subprime Mortgage disaster, Technical Analysis has been evolving and changing. …

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 …

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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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