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What Is Missing in Your Risk Analysis?

Stop Loss with Support & Resistance The least used and most often improperly used analysis by Technical Traders and Retail Traders is Risk Analysis. All too often, traders are choosing high-risk stock picks without realizing it. See the candlestick chart example below. This analysis is NOT using percentages, but rather …

How to Analyze Stock Support and Resistance

Comparing Price Action with Leading Indicators During a downtrend, traders need to be able to determine if a big white candlestick is a true Reversal back to an uptrending pattern or if it is just momentary Rebound price action caused by Buy the Dip Investors and Buy to Cover Traders. …

How to Sell Short Using a Swing Trading Style

Learn to Identify Trading Entry Candlestick Patterns The stock chart example below shows a Flat Top Candlestick Pattern for Sell Short Swing Trading. This setup has strong run gain potential as the stock falls from its Topping Candlestick Pattern. The chart also shows examples of a High Frequency Trader (HFT) …

How to Interpret TC2000 Balance of Power Stock Indicator

Use Technical Analysis Including Price & Stock Volume To know how to interpret the Balance of Power (BOP) Stock Indicator with accuracy and reliability, you must study Price, stock Volume Patterns, AND Balance of Power. It dramatically shortens the time it takes to select stocks for trading the next day. …

How to Identify Price Action Trading in Topping Stocks

New Candlestick Patterns That Reveal Potential Tops One of the more challenging aspects of being a Technical Trader or Retail Trader in the automated markets today is that the candlestick patterns of Technical Analysis are changing. In particular, How to Identify Price Action Trading in Topping Stocks is often the …

How to Identify Selling Short Bounce Areas

Determine Levels and Strength of Support Topping patterns have undergone dramatic changes in the past decade due to Market Structure changes which have created new types of venues, orders, routing, and Market Participants. Once the new topping formations are identified, the next analysis must be where small and minor non-reversal …

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