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Chuck Hughes

Chuck Hughes

ChuckHughes.com

A Simple Low-Risk, High Probability Options Strategy

One of the simplest but most effective entry timing indicators are the Keltner Channels which can quickly and easily be downloaded from investing websites such as www.StockCharts.com. Steps for down loading the Keltner Channels follow.

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NOFT-Traders

NOFT-Traders

NOFT-Traders.com

Scoring in the Forex Red-Zone With Institutional Target Trading

It’s Sunday afternoon, your team is in the playoffs and the hair is standing on the back of your neck. Once again, they’ve grounded and pounded an agonizing 80 yards over seven minutes to find themselves knocking on the door again.

Will they get it done and come away with a TD and 7 to keep this close? Or will they eke out another field goal, essentially wasting all that time for only three points? The game hangs in the balance and time is running out.

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NOFT-Traders

NOFT-Traders

NOFT-Traders.com

Finding High-Value Entries With Macro And Micro Volume

At an undisclosed location in the North Atlantic 1,000 feet below sea level, during the height of the Cold War. A game of cat and mouse was unofficially being played. The table stakes for this round: the fate of the world and the pride of two super powers.

As the US and USSR played a deadly game of chess, it was the nuclear submarine commanders who held the power. At their disposal: high-powered sonar. This told them everything they needed to know about their whereabouts, the enemy, and how they needed to maneuver.

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Staff Writer

Staff Writer

ChartExperts.com

This Simple Pattern Can Signal Breakouts In High Quality Stocks

There are few things that are more exhilarating than catching a stock breakout when the move happens. For most traders, when breakouts happen, they fail to act until it’s too late. Even when our technical analysis spots a potential breakout, we sit on the sidelines and watch the move happen.
 

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Mark Sebastian

Mark Sebastian

OptionPit.com

Putting the Short Squeeze on Options

One of the most profitable ways to trade is to spot a short squeeze in a stock, commodity, or index.  They happen somewhat often in individual names, less often in commodities, and rarely in an index.  Thus we are going to concentrate on looking at stock short squeezes which happen extremely often.   In this chapter I will discuss what a short squeeze is, how to spot one, and finally how to trade a short squeeze using option trades in the simple form with a follow up in the form of a video that walks through a complex option approach.

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Steven Place

Steven Place

InvestingWithOptions.com

How to Earn 30% In A Year In A Low Yield Market

Even with the recent rally in bond yields, the 30 year US Treasury sits at 3%. That means for every $10,000 you invest, you get back a whopping 300 bucks. .

In a year. Seems pretty disappointing, doesn’t it?

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Nigel Hawkes

Nigel Hawkes

HawkeyeTraders.com

Predicting Markets Using Volume and Price

The financial markets are driven by two forces: volume and price (momentum). Understand how they work, and you will have the roadmap for your journey as a successful trader. Volume shows where the professionals are buying and selling.

 

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Paul Sanders

Paul Sanders

JarrattDavis.com

Turn Every Technical Strategy Into a Winner

What is your favorite method of technical analysis?

Perhaps you use Bollinger bands or Fibonacci? What about trend lines or moving averages? Have you back-tested and live-tested a few technical strategies and been disappointed with mediocre results?

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James Ramelli

James Ramelli

AlphaShark.com

Reading Order Flow for Unusual Options Activity

An option is a contract between the buyer and the seller.  There are two types of options: calls and puts. 

Calls give the buyer the right, but not the obligation, to buy a specified stock or financial instrument (the “underlying”) at a specified price (the “strike price”) on or before a specific date (“expiration”).  The buyer has the right to buy the underlying at the strike price, and the seller has the obligation, but not the right, to sell the underlying should these conditions be met.

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