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Tips for Selling Short Stocks

Shorting Stocks During Market Corrections Selling Short stocks during an Intermediate-Term Market Correction or a Bear Market should be part of a Trading Plan if you are a Swing, Momentum, or Day Trader. Oftentimes when a Technical Trader is highly skilled, they can earn more on the downside action than …

Market Corrections and Bear Markets

How to Determine the Difference Using Technical Analysis When interpreting charts to distinguish between Market Corrections and Bear Markets, it is imperative to keep in mind the following: 1. The Market Structure has changed massively in the past decade so consequently the older technical patterns, candlesticks, and trends have changed. …

Rotation Patterns Explained with Stock Indicators

Buy Side Institutions Using Dark Pools Most Technical and Retail Traders have heard about Buy Side Institutional Accumulation and Distribution, but few understand another institutional action which is ROTATION. Accumulation is the acquiring of hundreds of thousands, to millions of shares of stock over an extended period of time. Dark …

Volume Indicator Reveals 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. A volume indicator reveals weak candlestick patterns, and so it is critical in today’s automated marketplace to use them. This is because giant Buy Side Institutions …

Time Segmented Volume

How to Interpret Time Segmented Volume Indicator for Entries and Exits The TC2000 Leading Indicator “Time Segmented Volume” TSV is unique in its formulation as a Volume Oscillator. Although there are a couple of other Volume Oscillators in the TC2000 indicator list, TSV is far superior due to the unusual …

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