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trading stocks for beginners

How to Specialize in a Trading Style

10 Tips on What to Do to Specialize Previously in one of my Student support publications I suggested how to specialize in a trading style. I had a student write to me about that publication and here is what he said, “Over the past few years I’ve been quite successful …

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Wilder’s RSI vs Stochastic Indicator

Exposing Bottoming Strength Prior To Gaps Stochastic is the most popular of all of the Price Oscillators available for stock chart analysis.  Indicators should be set up for your own personal trading style and trading parameters. Being as specialized and proprietary as you can possibly be with your own unique …

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How to Interpret Linear Regression Slope Lines

Price Fluctuation Revealed Linear Regression Slope Lines can provide a visual interpretation of price that is far superior to any moving average. Instead of applying the lines to the price, the lines can be set below the price chart to maintain the integrity of the analysis of the candlestick patterns …

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Anatomy Of A Stock Bottom

Candlestick Patterns and Large Lot Indicators Short term bottoms are often a sideways pattern that slowly rises out of the low. Sometimes it is hard to see this as a bottom developing, because price is moving in such a choppy up and down pattern each day. One great way to …

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Average True Range ATR Indicator Analysis

All About ATR Indicator In Stockcharts ATR can be highly useful for technical traders who trade stocks, and stock or index options. It can work similarly to implied volatility and thus is particularly useful for options traders. ATR works on stocks, ETFs, and indexes providing valuable information about the magnitude …