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Buy the Dip as a Swing Trading Strategy

Consider Market Condition and Stock Trend Cycle Buy the Dip is a very old-style strategy that is frequently touted as “brand-new” to new and beginning stock traders, novice swing traders, and new investors. The theory is that you want to “buy low and sell high”. But more often than not, …

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 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 …

Why Use Stock Volume to Reveal Weak Candlestick Patterns?

How Retail Traders Avoid Whipsaw Trades Many traders still rely solely upon Price and Price Indicators, which leaves them highly vulnerable to whipsaw trades. Stock Volume reveals weak candlestick patterns, and so it is critical to use it in the automated markets today. This is because the giant Buy Side …

Why Analyze Sideways Bottoming Stock Trends?

To Identify Dark Pool Buy Zones™ The Shift of Sentiment™ pattern in the stock chart example below clearly and easily shows that Buy Side Institutions using Dark Pools entered this stock and would quickly take control of price. Sideways bottoming stock trend analysis of the chart shows that a sudden …

How to Read a Candlestick Chart for Stock Trading

List of 5 Tips About Price Action Revealed A skill that all traders need to hone and strive to improve constantly is how to read a candlestick chart for stock trading. Candlestick patterns of price action matter. What price is doing tells a great deal about which Stock Market Participant …

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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