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Spatial Pattern Recognition Skills™

Using Spatial Pattern Recognition Skills to Trade Like a Professional 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 …

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 …

Buy Side Institutions Influence on Price & Volume

The Importance of StockCharts.com Volume Patterns Volume provides easy-to-read information regarding the liquidity for a stock at a particular time. Falling Volume often precedes the slip-slide action when price falls not due to profit taking or selling short, but simply because there are insufficient buyers at the time to sustain …

Price, Volume, & the Accum/Dist Indicator

Identify Market Participant Groups by Price & Indicator Patterns The StockCharts.com indicator Accum/Dist was designed to help track the large lot versus small lot activity. Decades ago, when the concept of distinguishing between the large versus small lots started being discussed by the Sell Side Institutions, the Stock Market was …

The Basics of Successful Stock Trading

5 Step Process to Find and Enter Stocks Successfully If you are a new or beginning Retail Trader, there are many exciting new ways to find stocks quickly and easily. The goal needs to be to learn how to use your TC2000 charting software to maximize time and efforts, while …

The Anatomy of a Swing Trade

Increase Profits by Understanding Large Lot vs. Small Lot Price Action The most common mistake Retail Traders make in choosing stocks to swing trade is to not identify whether the large lots are dominating the buy side or the sell side during the momentum run upward. This is the primary …

Using a Complete Data Set for Analysis

Use a Volume Indicator for Stock Picks In the early days of Technical Analysis all of the data from the Stock Market was not readily available, in a format that could be hand-drawn on a chart. The earliest chartists had to create their charts using either Point and Figure, Line, …

Stock Indicators that Drive Profits

Quantity Defines Many Aspects of the Trade Here is a list of what Quantity reveals in Candlestick Chart Analysis: Who controls price. There are now 10 Market Participant Groups who at any time can seize control of price and dominate price direction, run potential, and sustainability of the run. How …

Compression Candlestick Pattern Indicator Analysis

Quantity Indicators Allow for Early Stock Entry All indicators have limitations and Market Conditions, where the indicator fails or does not provide a true positive or negative pattern, or is simply unable to keep up with the speed of momentum price or volume activity. Bollinger Bands® are no exception. Bollinger …

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