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Spatial Pattern Recognition Skills

How to Analyze Stock Support and Resistance?

Comparing Price Action with Leading Indicators During a downtrend, traders need to be able to determine if a big white candlestick is a true Reversal back to an uptrending pattern, or if it is just momentary Rebound price action caused by Buy the Dip Investors and Buy to Cover Traders. …

How to Decode a Candlestick Chart with Doji?

Use Pure Price as Entry & Exit Signals When Candlestick Charts were first introduced to the western markets, everyone using Stock Charts and Technical Analysis relied on indicators more than Bar Charts, which were the most popular charts back then. Bar Charts are much harder to read, give less visual …

Why Are Platform Candlestick Compressions Ideal Entries?

Stock Is Under Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation 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 …

What Are Spatial Pattern Recognition Skills™?

Reading Stock Charts Like the Professional Traders All Technical Traders need to have very high visual pattern skill development so that they can click through charts quickly, and identify patterns that they prefer to trade. Unfortunately for most Retail Traders, this skill is underdeveloped, leaving them to rely too much …