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Myths about stock trading.

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Many people are unnecessarily discouraged from investing in the stock market due to the perceived complexity and misinformation. A common myth about investing is that it is expensive, and gains are often lost to brokerage commissions. This article will help to dispel those myths. With just a little research, the average person can collect enough [...]

Momentum Trading Strategy

Tuesday, May 19th, 2009

Description: The momentum (M) is a comparison of the current closing price (CP) and a specific length of the previous closing prices (CPn). Calculation: M = Closing Price [today] – Closing Price [n days ago] The Momentum indicator is a rate of change indicator that is designed to identify the speed of a price movement. [...]

Trading with the QQE

Thursday, May 14th, 2009

QQE, which is actually Quantitative and Qualitative estimation is based on exponential moving averages of RSI or relative strength indicator. QQE can be used in many ways and based on many different levels of smoothing averages, most popular that I have seen used in my trading are 2, 5, 30 and 60, I employ 5 [...]

The gartley pattern part 2

Sunday, May 10th, 2009

In our last article, we discussed how the Gartley pattern is formed and where entries and stops should be placed for the initial trade. In this article we will discuss ways to profit from the pattern and maintain appropriate risk management. Every trade should have targets. These can be fixed targets or dynamic ones specific [...]

The gartley pattern part 1

Sunday, May 10th, 2009

The Gartley pattern was outlined by H.M. Gartley in his book Profits in the Stock Market, published in 1935. Gartley reversals appear on all time frame charts. These patterns form near important support or resistance levels and are very powerful. It’s important to note that these patterns as with most patterns work best if found [...]

Trading with the MACD indicator

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

The MACD (Moving Average Convergence/Divergence) is a trend-following momentum indicator that shows the relationship between two moving averages of price. The MACD was invented in 1979 by Gerald Appeal. This is probably the most popular indicator whether you trade Stocks, FOREX, or Futures. The MACD is commonly used as a trend or a momentum indicator. [...]

How to Determine the Direction of a Trend

Monday, May 4th, 2009

Before you decide to go long or short, there are several criteria you should check: I. Pick a time frame that you like to use as the trend time frame / chart. An up trend on one time frame (eg: daily) can be a consolidation on the higher time frame (eg: weekly).It is also important [...]

Shorting Strategy

Thursday, February 7th, 2008

by Bob Kleyla Shorting a stock is the exact opposite of buying a stock. When you short a stock you are hedging your bets that the stock will go down in price unlike when you buy a stock and believe the price will go up. In order to short a stock you must have a margin [...]

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