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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 …

What Is Missing in Your Risk Analysis?

Stop Loss with Support & Resistance The least used and most often improperly used analysis by Technical Traders and Retail Traders is Risk Analysis. All too often, traders are choosing high risk stock picks without realizing it. See candlestick chart example below. This analysis is NOT using percentages, but rather …

How to Use HFT Trigger Entries for Swing Trading?

Identify Momentum Price Action Ahead of Runs One of the most exasperating experiences for many StockCharts.com Users is to open their charts to find a stock that has run or gapped with momentum energy price action. These huge one day gains occur when High Frequency Traders HFT fill the queues …

How to Identify High Frequency Traders HFT & Dark Pools?

Learn Price and Stock Volume Analysis When the Financial Markets undergo massive internal structural changes, those changes impact price and stock volume action that Retail Traders depend upon, due to their use of charts and technical indicators for stock pick selection and trading. See candlestick chart example below. Candlestick charts …

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 …

How to Go Beyond Basic Candlestick Pattern Analysis?

Recognizing Who Is Controlling the Stock Price There is a plethora of analysis training on Candlestick Patterns 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. The candlestick chart …

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