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Peter Schultz

Peter Schultz

CashflowHeavenPublishing.com

Three Key Indicators for Trading Credit Spreads

There is something valuable in watching a chart develop over time.

It’s interesting to note how much value early stock traders reported receiving from manually plotting a chart with pencil and paper back before computers became commonplace.

These traders swore that because of the painstaking method of tracking a stock by hand they got to know its movement intimately. It’s like getting to know the personality of the stock—the moods and patterns of what the stock is doing—-and likely to do next.

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Rob Booker

Rob Booker

Robcoin.com

Knoxville Divergence: My Favorite Indicator

I'm going to tell you a story about Knoxville Divergence, my favorite indicator. So, about four years ago, I was doing a cross-country trip and arrived in Knoxville, Tennessee. I was enjoying some coffee in the Old City Java shop and working on building an indicator.

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Roger Scott

Roger Scott

WealthPress.com

Short Term Trading Strategies – Learn To Use The RSI Indicator

Today I’m going to discuss one of the most popular indicators for short term trading strategies. Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements.

The RSI indicator was invented by  J. Welles Wilder and features RSI in his 1978 book, New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems along with a few other indicators that I will be featuring in the next few weeks

 

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Rick Saddler

Rick Saddler

HitAndRunCandlesticks.com

Road to Wealth: 307% In One Year

I've been an employee and a business owner. Both placed a lot of money in someone else's pocket. Whether it was the company or the tax man and it seemed to be a lot of headaches for little return.

It was a dream to quit my day job and learn to trade the stock market. And, so my journey began.

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Geoff Bysshe

Geoff Bysshe

MarketGauge.com

The Secret Pattern that Predicts Explosive Moves

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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Mohan Wolfe

Mohan Wolfe

DayTradersAction.com

How to Day Trade Futures Using proven Methods

My favorite markets for consistency of flow, steady continuous volume, and regular daily intraday swing moves are the Crude Oil contract (CL) and the Mini Nasdaq (NQ).

Using the very specific tools that I will show you today in this article I find that I can carve out a regular almost daily paycheck from these markets. I prove what I am saying here in the live market practically every day in my “Day Traders Action Live Trading room”. 

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Stephen Bigalow

Stephen Bigalow

CandlestickForum.com

How to Identify Profit-Making Opportunities with Trend Analysis

In this short video, I am going to demonstrate that if you if you properly identify trend analysis with candlestick signals, you are essentially stacking all of the probabilities in your favor.

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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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