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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 …

Percentage Stop Losses Trigger High Frequency Traders

Differences in Uptrend and Downtrend Trading The Uptrend and the Downtrend are not mirror images of each other, nor can you use the exact same indicators, indicator period settings, or subordinate indicators. The Downtrend can drop and gap down on low Volume because percentage stop losses trigger High Frequency Traders. …

Dynamics of a High Frequency Trading Gap Down

List of Indicator Signals Reveals Dark Pool Quiet Rotation™ The stock chart example in this article has been under Dark Pool Quiet Rotation for over a year as Giant Funds quietly and slowly reduced the number of held shares in their portfolios using Dark Pools, in expectation of a slowdown …

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 …

How to Interpret Balance of Power Stock Indicator

Use Technical Analysis Including Price & Volume The fact that Balance of Power is not a public domain indicator is one of the reasons it works so incredibly well in our electronic marketplace dominated by institutions. It is an indicator in TC2000 exclusively and was created by Don Worden. However …

Volume and Quantity Analysis

Stock Price Action and Market Participant Groups Before there were High Frequency Traders, Dark Pools, Twilight Pools, and an 80% automated marketplace, the most important indicator was price. Many Retail Traders learned simply to rely upon price action and rarely considered volume or quantity analysis. Nowadays, with the dramatic changes …

5 Tips to Avoid High Frequency Trading Front-Running

Candlestick Charts Reveal High Frequency Traders & Dark Pools Most Individual Investors and Retail Traders do not need to worry about High Frequency Trading front-running. If investments for your long-term portfolio are with a large to giant Mutual or Pension Fund, these funds are using Dark Pools which are off-the-exchange …

Candlestick Chart Stock Indicators

Add Volume & Quantity for Analysis It used to be that price was the most important indicator on a stock chart. Most stock indicators, market breadth indicators, and sector indicators are based solely on price and time due to the importance weighted on price action in the past. Most stock …

StockCharts.com Candlestick Patterns

Candlestick Patterns of Market Participant Groups Explained Within this article are “time progression” chart examples of one stock, to help readers focus on the candlestick patterns of Market Participant Groups and which one creates certain patterns in the charts. Therefore a portion of the chart has been covered in charts …

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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