July 2018

Swing Trading Strategies

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A guide to Swing Trading for bullish and bearish traders. Swing Trading is a short-term trading method that can be used when trading stocks and options. Whereas Day Trading positions last less than one day, Swing Trading positions typically last two to six days, but may last as long as two weeks. The goal of swing trading is to identify the overall trend and then capture gains with swing trading within that trend. Technical Analysis is often used to help traders take advantage of the current trend in a security and hopefully improve their trades. Day trading and swing trading...

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Historical Patterns In The Long-Term Stock Market

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Stock markets have been around a long time, and historically, markets demonstrate some well-defined patterns. At some levels of averaging, one is even tempted to call the long-term market "predictable." I use statistical analysis to reduce more than 100 years of market data to a simple mathematical model. I've sought to identify the important patterns and examine their significance. Understanding the cycles and trends of "markets past" should allow you to become comfortable with the market. Prices do not stay in line with value, and that is precisely what makes a stock market. Sometimes they are too high and sometimes...

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The Stock Cycles Forecast by Michael S. Jenkins | Free video Courses

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Mr. Jenkins has been a professional trader and investor on Wall Street for 46 years and has been a frequent commentator on television and radio, and is often the subject of numerous popular financial magazine and newspaper articles. Mr. Jenkins has been a successful money manager for bank trust departments, mutual funds, and N.Y.S.E. Specialist firms. He has written and published since 1985 the Stock Cycles Forecast newsletter which has been acclaimed for having pinpointed the 1987 stock market crash to the exact day, the 1990 market top live on CNBC, and the 1998 top to the day along with...

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Mastering Short-Term Trading

Mastering Short Term Trading

Short-term trading can be very lucrative, but it can also be risky. A short-term trade can last for as little as a few minutes to as long as several days. To succeed at this strategy, traders must understand the risks and rewards of each trade. They must not only know how to spot good short-term opportunities, but also how to protect themselves. In this article, we'll examine the basics of spotting good short-term trades and how to profit from them. The Fundamentals of Short-Term Trading Several basic concepts must be understood and mastered for successful short-term trading. These fundamentals can...

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Square of Nine | exotic section in relation to Gann analysis | Trading System

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The Square of Nine can be considered as an exotic section in relation to Gann analysis. Square of Nine Structure Starting from the center(1) and following the numbers as they unwind, an infimite spiral becomes apparent. Looking at lower right corner of the grid, you see the squares of odd numbers...3,5,7,9,11..giving.. 9,25,49,81,121, with each square being a distinct Square within the structure. This tool is an effective marker of price support and resistance. Here's how this structure becomes a calculator... Find the number 15 on the Square of Nine . If a stock was trading at a price of $15,...

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Trade SQ9 Method | W.D. GANN’S Secret Of The Square Of Nine

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  is hidden in the 1909 Ticker Interview THIS DISCOVERY WILL CHANGE THE WAY THE SQUARE OF NINE IS USED W.D. Gann used ONLY ONE algorithm from the Square of Nine to make all his price forecasts in the 1909 Ticker & Investment Digest article. Just one. There are ELEVEN examples of this one algorithm in that article plus two future forecasts. It is the same method in every forecast, with only slight variations. The method I am referring to indicates price points, but does not project the trend. I first came in contact with the 1909 Ticker article ages...

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