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Dr. Barry Burns

Dr. Barry Burns

TopDogTrading.com

How to Avoid Choppy Markets

Most trading methods do make money when trading in perfect trending conditions, but then give back those same profits during periods of consolidation. So if you could learn to avoid consolidating markets, you could profitably trade many sound trading methodologies.

This Special Report from Top Dog Trading is designed to help you avoid choppy markets.

Although most traders spend years seeking new price patterns and indicators to help them know when to get into the market, professional traders spend most of their time working on filters to keep them out of the market!

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Using the Guppy Method to Trade Volatile Markets

Vince Vora, TradingWins.com

In this video, I am going to show you how to deploy an easy to use strategy that works in any market, and in any time frame. In fact, it also works quite well with Options. It is purely based on technical analysis, and not on fundamentals.

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A Simple Low-Risk, High Probability Options Strategy

Chuck Hughes, ChuckHughes.com

Stocks in a price up trend do not advance in a straight line. There are always price corrections or retrenchments along the way. Like the tide there is an ebb and flow in the price movements in stocks. This is the natural order of the markets . . . stocks advance and then the price declines inevitably as profit taking occurs.

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The Secret Pattern that Predicts Explosive Moves

Geoff Bysshe, MarketGauge.com

Why do so many traders struggle to consistently build their account?

There are several potential reasons traders struggle, but many of the reasons are related to the fact that traders are usually trying to assimilate too much information.

Plus, often, the information they’re using is just plain bad!

If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed or confused in your analysis of the market’s trends, then you know what I mean… And you’re not alone.

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