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Relational Technical Analysis

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 …

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 …

Wilder’s Relative Strength Index Indicator

Price Oscillator Enhanced for the Modern Market Most traders are very familiar with the standard Price Oscillators which have a high and low range. These Price Oscillators are common and found in nearly every charting program. There are Stochastic, Williams R, Wilder’s Relative Strength Index Indicator and many more oscillators …

Market Update for Swing and Day Traders

Changes to High Frequency Trading Regulations The Securities and Exchange Commission is considering a Test Pilot Program to initiate a study to determine if the High Frequency Trading “Maker-Taker” role is creating predatory and unfair trading practices. This test program was initiated by complaints from the Buy Side Institutions. Although …

Bollinger Bands® Improved

New Twist on Using Bollinger Bands for Stock Trading Many traders do not know that there are several variations of Bollinger Bands designed by John Bollinger. One of those is %B, which is a line indicator that can be used with Worden’s Time Segmented Volume to create a Hybrid Leading …

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 …

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