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How to Identify Price Action Trading in Topping Stocks?

New Candlestick Patterns that Reveal Potential Tops One of the more challenging aspects of being a Technical Trader or Retail Trader in the automated markets today is that the candlestick patterns of Technical Analysis are changing. In particular, How to Identify Price Action Trading in Topping Stocks is often the …

Why Use Stock Volume to Reveal Weak Candlestick Patterns?

How Retail Traders Avoid Whipsaw Trades Many traders still rely solely upon Price and Price Indicators, which leaves them highly vulnerable to whipsaw trades. Stock Volume reveals weak candlestick patterns, and so it is critical in the automated markets today to use it. This is because giant Buy Side Institutions …

What Are 5 Sell Short Tips During a Market Correction?

Recognizing Platform Candlestick Patterns™ There have been many changes to the technical patterns of the downside in recent years. Knowing what to study in technical patterns to improve profits is necessary in order to successfully Sell Short stocks during a Market Correction. Here are 5 Sell Short tips for stocks …

What Is Dark Pool Quiet Rotation™?

Candlestick Patterns Explained with Stock Indicators Most Technical and Retail Traders have heard about Buy Side Institutions Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation and Quiet Distribution, but few understand another institutional action which is Dark Pool Quiet ROTATION. The candlestick chart example below with a monthly view shows the commencement of a …

Why Use Contrarian Patterns for Stock Top Warning?

Indicators Reveal Giant Institutions Rotating Out as Price Moves Up Often for Beginners the market reversing and heading down into a correction is a complete surprise or shock. They are not expecting the turn, nor are they prepared for it. Fortunately for Retail Traders, there are plenty of indicators that …

What Indicators Reveal Dark Pool Quiet Rotation™?

Time Segmented Volume and MoneyStream Reveal Buy Side Institutions Buy Side Institutions use Dark Pools to hide their giant lot orders, and to ensure that when those orders are triggering there is no major disruption of the current trend. The Securities and Exchange Commission SEC has investigated the practices of …

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