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How to Position Trade Bottoming Stocks

List of 5 What to Recognize in Candlestick Patterns Many traders do not have the time or resources to trade the most well-known Trading Styles, which are Day Trading and Swing Trading. Both of these styles require more time, a higher capital base, and the ability to be trading in …

What Is the Stock Market Participant Groups Cycle?

Candlestick Patterns Show Which Group Is in Control of Price The Stock Market Participant Groups Cycle occurs in visual candlestick patterns on the charts, and analysis should be confirmed with appropriate indicators. The following is a breakdown of how Stock Market Participant Groups move price in specific ways with the …

Why Are Quantity Indicators Most Important?

They Reveal Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation Momentum Runs are not perpetual. At some point, Professional Technical Traders, who are one of several drivers behind Momentum Runs, will take profits at technical resistance levels. The chart example below is an excellent example of why so many Swing Traders using Stop and …

Why Recognize MACD Contrarian Indicator Patterns?

Sideways Candlestick Pattern Breakout Direction Oftentimes, traders may be confused with conflicting indicator patterns. Contrarian patterns between indicators and between Price and stock Volume-based Indicators are very common these days. In the stock chart example below, the stock gapped up on earnings news and shifted to a sideways candlestick pattern …

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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