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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 Identify Price Action Trading in Topping Stocks?

New Candlestick Patterns that Reveal Potential Tops One of the more challenging aspects of being a Technical Trader or Retail Trader in the automated markets today is that the candlestick patterns of Technical Analysis are changing. In particular, How to Identify Price Action Trading in Topping Stocks is often the …

Why Use Stock Volume to Reveal 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. Stock Volume reveals weak candlestick patterns, and so it is critical in the automated markets today to use it. This is because giant Buy Side Institutions …

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 …

Why Use Balance of Power to Find Dark Pools?

For Identifying Stocks Poised for Momentum Runs Balance of Power is an extremely rare and unique indicator. Its origins come from the professional side of the market. It is designed to separate out large lot activity from small lot activity. This kind of stock volume aka quantity analysis on the …

How to Use and Interpret a Center Line Oscillator?

Moves in Opposition to Price During Volatile Market Conditions 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, …

How to Improve Bollinger Bands®?

Add Quantity Indicators to Analysis for Stock & Options Trading One of the most exasperating things that happen to Retail Traders and Technical Traders is to find a chart with a perfect setup but the stock has already gapped or run up with a huge one day gain, as High …

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