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Stephen Bigalow

Stephen Bigalow

CandlestickForum.com

How to Trade Candlestick Patterns and Volatility

Volatility! Bad? Most investment advisors steer investors away from volatile stocks or any volatile trading entity. But for the candlestick investor, volatility is extremely profitable. Candlestick signals are based upon a very simple premise. The signals are formed based upon the change of investor sentiment. This allows for accurate evaluations of price movements whether a trading entity is slow or steady as well as volatile price action. When you hear a money manager tell you that you cannot time the markets, get away as soon as possible. That money manager does not know how to time the markets.

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Peter Schultz

Peter Schultz

CashflowHeavenPublishing.com

How to Combine Volatility and Options to Create a Fearless Fortune

One of the biggest reasons people trade options is to get that fantastic leverage where you can risk a few dollars to possibly make a fortune.

Pretty exciting.

The problem is--options--and the stocks they are traded on--are sometimes like teenagers--they don’t always do what you want them to.

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Roger Scott

Roger Scott

WealthPress.com

Bollinger Bands Strategy – How To Trade The Squeeze

The Squeeze Is One Bollinger Bands Strategy You Need To Know

Today I’m going to discuss a great Bollinger Bands Strategy. Over the years I’ve seen many trading strategies come and go.

What typically happens is a trading strategy works well on specific market conditions and becomes very popular.

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Vince Vora

Vince Vora

TradingWins.com

Using the Guppy Method to Trade Volatile Markets

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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Steve Primo

Steve Primo

ProTraderStrategies.com

How I Trade the Eminis

I have experienced and traded just about every market environment imaginable, from the Crash of '87 to the great Bull market that followed, but I've learned that one thing remains constant. Regardless of market conditions, most traders - especially Emini traders - will blow out their accounts within the first year of trading. 

In this article, I will share with you two highly powerful but simple edges that have literally sustained me throughout my trading career.

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Matt Buckley

Matt Buckley

TopGunTrading.com

How to Profit on the Trade War with China

After the recent market swoon, President Trump looks anxious to get a trade deal done with China and has announced that he is meeting President Xi at the G20 the end of November.

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Staff Writer

Staff Writer

ChartExperts.com

How to Experience Explosive Growth over a Few Short Years with Minimum Risk

​“Explosive growth with minimum risk!” Does that sound too good to be true?

Covered calls are typically portrayed as a conservative strategy.  A way for investors to generate additional income based on stocks they have in their portfolio without taking on significant risks.  

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Roger Scott

Roger Scott

WealthPress.com

Learning Technical Analysis – The Right Way

It’s Not Difficult To Learn Technical Analysis Strategies

During the last two days I presented basic techniques for beginners who want to learn technical analysis trading strategies. More specifically I focused on my favorite indicator the Exponential Moving Average or EMA for short. The first day I covered the basics of the indicator and demonstrated the difference between the Simple Moving Average (SMA) and the (EMA).

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Forex Alpha

Forex Alpha

NOFT-Traders.com

Quarterback Winning Trades with the Intelligence Funnel

It’s third down, you’re backed up on your own 20 yard line and with penalties you need 15 for a first down. Needless to say, you have to convert.  Yet, you’ve got the hostile crowd which sounds like a thousand jets taking off.  Coaches are yelling in your ear. The play you’re about to run has five options.

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