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How to Choose Stock Indicators?

7 Tips for Selecting Best Indicators for the Stock Market Today Stock indicators are one of the most useful tools for Individual Investors and Retail Traders. However, choosing the right indicators for your Trading Style and Strategies can be a daunting task. There are over 250 indicators available in the …

What Is the Power in Platform Candlestick Patterns?

Buy Side Institutions Buying in Dark Pools Prior to Runs The “Platform Candlestick Pattern” is a relatively new sideways candlestick pattern that is becoming more and more prevalent as the Dark Pools activity increases. Dark Pools are Alternative Trading System venues that transact giant lot orders off of the Exchanges. …

How to Find the Giant Buy Side Institutions?

Identify Platform Candlestick Patterns for Low Risk & Early Entry The giant Buy Side Institutions control vast amounts of money on behalf of their fundholders. They are the giant Mutual Funds and Pension Funds, in the US and around the world. Most of the time, Individual Investors and Retail Traders …

How to Identify High Frequency Traders HFT & Dark Pools?

Learn Price and Stock Volume Analysis When the Financial Markets undergo massive internal structural changes, those changes impact price and stock volume action that Retail Traders depend upon, due to their use of charts and technical indicators for stock pick selection and trading. See candlestick chart example below. Candlestick charts …

Why Does Time Segmented Volume Indicator Lead Price?

Has a Unique Cumulative Formula Rather Than Average-Based Time Segmented Volume TSV is a rare stock Volume Oscillator which provides leading indicator signals that are invaluable to short-term trading of stocks. Applicable styles of trading include Swing Trading, Momentum Trading, Position Trading, and Day Trading. As the Market Structure has …

What Is the Anatomy of a Swing Trade?

Identifying Large Lots Dominating Buy Side or Sell Side of Momentum Run The most common mistake Retail Traders make in choosing stocks for Swing Trading is to not identify whether the large lots are dominating the buy side or the sell side during the price action momentum run upward. This …

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