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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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Hubert Senters

Hubert Senters

HubertSenters.com

A No BS Approach to Trading and Investing

"Sell in May and Go Away”. This is the mantra for the summer doldrums, when people go on vacation and volume bleeds out of the markets. Does that mean there are no trading opportunities? Sure there are, but you want to avoid trading in choppy markets, and stay in trending market.

In this short video, you will learn how to use the Average Directional Movement (ADX) Indicator to identify trending markets and to avoid choppy markets.

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Corey Rosenbloom

Corey Rosenbloom

Afraid To Trade

Four Specific Steps for Trading Successful Trend Reversals

Traders often excitedly search for reversal trade set-ups, which allow them to exit or enter as close as possible to the elusive top or bottom price of a trend reversal. However, experience proves that entering at market tops or bottoms is not only very difficult, but can cost traders dearly as price continues marching forward in its established trend.

When looking for trend reversals on any stock or ETF, look specifically for these four sequential steps before trading your next reversal opportunity.

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Scott Redler

Scott Redler

T3 live

The Red Dog Reversal

If I could teach every new trader just one technical analysis strategy, it would be the Red Dog Reversal. It is my preferred method for identifying countertrend moves in oversold or overbought stocks, indexes, and ETFs.

Many traders, particularly beginners, are way too aggressive in calling tops and bottoms. The problem is they typically don’t have any real rationale. They’re basically just saying “I’ve got a feeling!” They might as well be at a roulette wheel in Las Vegas.

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John Persons

John Persons

Persons Planet

High Close Doji Trigger: A Powerful Trading Combination using Pivot Points and Candle Chart Patterns

There are many trading methods one can employ to actively trade, including various mechanical trading systems and manual trading tactics. The constant changing of market conditions can require system traders to adapt and update the parameters for the trading decisions. I often prefer the hands on visual approach which is more of a manual method while employing mechanical risk management techniques. The visual approach is aided by the use of candle charts. The drawback is that one must have a basic understanding of this form of charting to begin with. The upside is once you learn the basics, a new meaning of how markets act may be revealed to you.

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Sean Kozak

Sean Kozak

GoldenZoneTrading.com

Trade Futures Using Orderflow & Volume Profile

Let’s keep this short, sweet and to the point. No one wants to make trading harder than it already is. You may be a day trader, swing trader or investor and you may dabble in Futures, Forex or Stocks depending on your preference.

Regardless of your past trading experiences or success, what we’re going to show you in this short video is going to change the way you look at the markets forever. You will learn how to use a tool that makes Orderflow and volume easy to trade. You will get a free trial for our software and trade room, and we will make day trading and swing-trading a simple process for you.

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