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Market Participant Groups

What Are the 5 Key Aspects of Technical Analysis?

Candlestick Patterns Reveal What, When, Why, Who, and Where Technical Analysis is the study and interpretation of price, time, and volume for stocks and indexes. Due to the massive changes to the Stock Market Structure since the Banking Debacle and Subprime Mortgage disaster, Technical Analysis has been evolving and changing. …

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 …

How to Read Candlestick Charts?

List of 5 Tips About Price Revealed A skill that all traders need to hone and strive to improve constantly is how to read candlestick charts. Candlestick patterns of price matter. What price is doing tells a great deal about which Market Participant Groups are controlling price. The chart example …

What Is the Market Participant Groups Cycle?

Candlestick Patterns Show Which Group Is in Control of Price The Market Participant Groups Cycle occurs in visual candlestick patterns on the charts, and analysis should be confirmed with appropriate indicators. The following is a breakdown of how Market Participant Groups move price in specific ways, with the groups name …

How to Use Balance of Power for Early Entry into Stocks?

Shift of Sentiment™ Signals Momentum Energy Is About to Occur TC2000.com Users have a huge advantage over other Retail Traders as they have access to 3 of the most powerful indicators for today’s automated, multi-venue Stock and Options Markets. Today, the complexity of the modern markets challenges Retail Traders more …

How to Use and Interpret a Center Line Oscillator

A Center Line Oscillator Moves in Opposition to Price Most Technical and Retail Traders are familiar with high and low range oscillators or what is often called an Overbought or Oversold Oscillator. However few really understand or use a Center Line Oscillator which is extremely useful during volatile market conditions, …

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