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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 the Power in Platform Candlestick Patterns?

Buy Side Institutions Buying in Dark Pools Prior to Runs The “Platform Candlestick Pattern” is a relatively new sideways candlestick pattern that is becoming more and more prevalent as the Dark Pools activity increases. Dark Pools are Alternative Trading System venues that transact giant lot orders off of the Exchanges. …

Why Use Balance of Power Hybrid Stock Indicator?

So Powerful It Reveals Dark Pools in the Automated Markets There is one critical factor that separates highly successful traders from those who struggle with mediocre returns. It is the awareness of how new Alternative Trading System venues, new order processing, and new algorithms have forever changed how stocks must …

When a Position Trade Moves with Velocity

Lists of Choices and What to Do Tips Position Trading is a newer Trading Style that many people haven’t heard about, which is a Trading Style for choppy Sideways Market Conditions. More and more of the giant and large Funds Managers have moved their buying and selling away from the …

MetaStock Platform Candlestick Compressions Ideal Entries

Early Candlestick Identification Most Important Platform Candlestick Compressions ideal entries are best for Swing and Momentum Traders, but identifying these compression patterns early is most important. The chart example below is for studying a Relational Technical Analysis™ pattern. This stock was under Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation which tends to form …

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 …

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