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Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation

What Is the Power in Platform Candlestick Patterns?

Buy Side Institutions Buying in Dark Pools Prior to Runs The “Platform Candlestick Pattern” is a relatively new sideways candlestick pattern that is becoming more and more prevalent as the Dark Pools activity increases. Dark Pools are Alternative Trading System venues that transact giant lot orders off of the Exchanges. …

Why Use Inverted Technical Analysis™?

Determine If a Stock Is a Retracement or Sell Short When Retail Traders are already in a stock and it starts to move down rather than up, many do not know whether to sell the stock or hold it. They are uncertain whether the move down is just a retracement …

What Is the Anatomy of a Swing Trade?

Identifying Large Lots Dominating Buy Side or Sell Side of Momentum Run The most common mistake Retail Traders make in choosing stocks for Swing Trading is to not identify whether the large lots are dominating the buy side or the sell side during the price action momentum run upward. This …

Swing Trading Price Action Momentum Runs Out of Bottoms?

Tracking Dark Pools with the Balance of Power Indicator You can learn to identify setups for Swing Trading momentum runs by focusing on price trends and indicators that reveal Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation. TC2000 Users have a huge advantage over other Retail Traders. They have access to custom indicators designed …

How to Find the Giant Buy Side Institutions?

Identify Platform Candlestick Patterns for Low Risk & Early Entry The giant Buy Side Institutions control vast amounts of money on behalf of their fundholders. They are the giant Mutual Funds and Pension Funds, in the US and around the world. Most of the time, Individual Investors and Retail Traders …

How to Decode a Candlestick Chart with Doji?

Use Pure Price as Entry & Exit Signals When Candlestick Charts were first introduced to the western markets, everyone using Stock Charts and Technical Analysis relied on indicators more than Bar Charts, which were the most popular charts back then. Bar Charts are much harder to read, give less visual …

Why Recognize MACD Contrarian Indicator Patterns?

For Sideways Candlestick Pattern Analysis Breakout Direction Oftentimes, traders may be confused with conflicting indicator patterns. Contrarian patterns between indicators, and between Price action and Volume based Indicators are very common these days. In the chart example below the stock gapped up on earnings news, and shifted to a sideways …

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