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Securities and Exchange Commission

Trading Small Cap Stocks

SEC Pilot Program for Small Caps Huge Hit with Traders Many Retail Technical Traders are still unaware of a gold mine of trading opportunities that can yield higher profits due to wider spreads. The Securities and Exchange Commission SEC started a test pilot program for small cap stocks a couple …

New Bottom Formations for Technical Traders

More Opportunities for Lower Capital Based Traders One thing that is a constant in the Financial Markets and especially in the Stock Market over the past few years is change. Everything about Technical Analysis is changing. It is often hard for Retail Traders who trade from home and Technical Traders …

New Candlestick Patterns from Wider Spread Programs

Stock Market Trading Opportunities Increase The first pilot test program for wider spreads focused on small cap stocks and was initiated by the Securities and Exchange Commission. This provided more liquidity for these stocks, and was a huge success becoming the standard for all small cap stocks. Following the nearly …

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 …