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Kirt Christensen

Kirt Christensen

ETFTippingPoint.com

The Best Performing Indicators for ETFs

The ETFs market is a huge reflection of crowd psychology playing over two basic human emotions; greed and fear. Professional ETF traders understand this, and rather than relying on greed and fear, they keenly follow the mood of the market as informed by technical analysis and/or candlestick patterns.

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Rob Booker

Rob Booker

RobBooker.com

Four Methods I Use to Help Predict Market Turns

It's not easy to predict a market turn. But knowing how to do it is an important part of trading.

Being able to accurately predict a market turn can:

  • Create big trades, at the point where new trends start
  • Help you get out of trades that have gone bad
  • Make you look cool at cocktail parties (LOL)

In this article,  I'll show you my favorite ways to predict a market turn.

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Stephen Bigalow

Stephen Bigalow

StephenBigalow.com

Candlestick Patterns: Bullish Engulfing Signal

The bullish engulfing signal is important to learn since it is one of the major candlestick patterns. When the elements of this signal are broken down an investor can clearly understand what was going on in investor sentiment to cause a reversal. Four hundred years of observations from Japanese Rice traders has recognized this signal as a very high probability reversal signal.

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Staff Writer

Staff Writer

ChartExperts.com

Use this "J" Pattern to Catch Large Stock Bounces

Picture a bungee jumper diving off a bridge. He drops into a free-fall completely trusting the cord attached to him. As  he reaches the  bottom of his descent, the cord starts to stretch, until the elasticity reaches its peak. Then in an instant.  he get's propelled back up ward with high velocity.

Can This Simple Law of Physics Help You Uncover Huge Moves in Stocks? 

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Lawrence McMillan

Lawrence McMillan

McMillanAsset.com

Naked Put Writing: A Strategy for All Hours

The sale of a naked put is often a very attractive strategy that is conservative, can out-perform the market, can have a high-win rate, and can be analyzed and sometimes constructed in non-market hours. In this article, we’re going to look at some of the background on put writing, show a systematic way to select which puts are best to write, and finally explain how you can implement them into your trading arsenal “outside normal hours.”

 

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Roger Scott

Roger Scott

MarketGeeks.com

If I Had to Choose One Indicator, It Would Be This

I participated in a trading webinar this past weekend where I demonstrated a few strategies to about 1,000 traders. The question I got asked the most over and over by at least 20 participants was to provide my favorite indicator for trading technical analysis strategies.

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John Skelton

John Skelton

ApexInvesting.net

They Ultimate Power Play

If you trade Futures or even Forex, it's always nice catching large moves, but it's not always easy to find them. More often than not, day traders scalp small moves on the markets, when it was quite possible for them to catch a move for far greater gains.

That's what the Ultimate Power Play is all about.

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Mark Sebastian

Mark Sebastian

OptionPit.com

Riding the Option Wheel

Many ‘old school’ brokerage firms put vast restriction on the use of options.  One thing they might let traders do is sell ‘covered calls’ against a position.  Covered calls are a great way to produce income against a portfolio of relatively low volatility stocks. They are not the only way though.  One can sell ‘cash secured puts’ as a way of collecting income in stocks that one might want to own someday, or to simply produce income.  However,   just because someone wants to own a stock does not make it a good candidate for a covered call or cash secured put. 

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J. Crawford

J. Crawford

LearnToTradeForProfit.com

The Trend Failure Signal

Today's post is about the trend failure signal which is one of my favorite ways to trade counter-trend or reversal scenarios.

If you have been following my articles, you have probably realized that I am a KISS (Keep It Super Simple) investor in most scenarios and that includes following the trend in most of my trade decisions.

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