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How to Trade Stocks Profitably for Beginners

Precise Sideways Price Action Means Buyers Are Dominant Most Individual Investors and Retail Traders do not realize that they have a huge advantage over the professional side of the market. This is due to the constraints, restrictions, rules, and regulations the professional side must comply with on an ongoing basis. …

What Are the 5 Key Aspects of Technical Analysis?

Candlestick Patterns Reveal Who, What, Where, When, and Why Technical Analysis is the study and interpretation of price, time, and stock volume for stocks and indexes. Due to the massive changes to the Stock Market Structure since the Banking Debacle and Subprime Mortgage disaster, Technical Analysis has been evolving and …

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 …

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 …

What Is Dark Pool Quiet Rotation™?

Candlestick Patterns Explained with Stock Indicators Most Technical and Retail Traders have heard about Buy Side Institutions’ Dark Pool Quiet Accumulation and Quiet Distribution, but few understand another institutional action which is Dark Pool Quiet ROTATION. The candlestick chart example below with a monthly view shows the commencement of a …

How to Cope with Volatile Trading Conditions

Find Stocks That Have Compressing Sideways Candlestick Patterns Trading so-called “Volatile Markets” can seem like a daunting task. Many Retail Traders struggle during these phases of trading action and do not recognize how to cope with “Volatile” Trading Conditions. The problem is not that stock price action is “Volatile”, but …

How Does Stock Fundamental Support Form?

By Dark Pool Candlestick Pattern Platforms Fundamental Investors and Traders are the Buy Side Institutions, who use Dark Pools to buy and sell large to giant lots and block orders. Often trading short-term are the Sell Side Institutions and Smaller Funds. Small-Lot Retail Investors are negligible and tend not to …

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