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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, …

Volume and Quantity Analysis

Stock Price Action and Market Participant Groups Before there were High Frequency Traders, Dark Pools, Twilight Pools, and an 80% automated marketplace, the most important indicator was price. Many Retail Traders learned simply to rely upon price action and rarely considered volume or quantity analysis. Nowadays, with the dramatic changes …

Beyond Basic Candlestick Pattern Analysis

Recognizing Who Is Controlling the Stock Price There is a plethora of training on Candlestick Pattern Analysis and interpretation, and yet this remains one of the most problematic areas for Technical Traders who want to trade at the expert level, earning high income from just trading stocks. Once the basics …

New Bottoming 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 …

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 …

Swing Trading Using HFT Trigger Entries

How to Identify Momentum Action Ahead of Runs One of the most exasperating experiences for many StockCharts.com Users is to open their charts to find a stock that has run or gapped with momentum energy. These huge one day gains occur when High Frequency Traders HFTs fill the queues ahead …

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 …

Indecision Day Candlestick Patterns

List of Guidelines for Their Market Conditions Candles that form on days where neither the sellers nor the buyers take total control of price, and move it strongly in one direction are called Indecision Day Candlestick Patterns. Indecision days are mostly very small bodied candles with small wicks and tails …

Dark Pool Candlestick Patterns

Enter Stocks Prior to Velocity Candlestick Patterns Dark Pools use precise controlled orders that trigger automatically over extended periods of time. Since the Buy Side Institutions using the Dark Pools are primarily buying for the long term, price can sometimes drop down before moving up. This tendency often leaves Retail …

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