Tag Archive | "Moving Averages"

Range Signal Filter

Monday, February 7, 2011

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In this lesson I am going to disclose a really useful technique to use with moving averages. Although I am not a big fan of moving averages as a sole method of trading: if used correctly with another indictor you can greatly increase the accuracy of their use. The main problem as I am sure [...]

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The Cycle Of A Trend

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

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In this lesson we are going to look at the different stages of a trend and how it can help you position yourself for a trade. It is commonly accepted that there are four stages of a trend. These stages make up a cycle and each cycle has smaller cycles contained within them. It doesn’t [...]

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PYRAMIDING WITH THE TREND

Thursday, December 16, 2010

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We’re short 1 contract from a few days after the top This is a good place to add a contract as this market is in a strong downtrend mode HOW TO TELL A STRONG TREND Bean Oil is in a strong downtrend mode. The Directional Movement indicator shows this clearly. The green line ( minus [...]

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Why does technical analysis work?

Saturday, December 11, 2010

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Technical analysis describes different ways of predicting the future of the stock/futures market based on its history. Unfortunately, technical analysis is not an exact science. Many prominent scientists label it as “voodoo science”. They claim that due to market efficiency, if you use TA to find your entry positions, you’re no better off than someone [...]

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Being A Technical Analyst

Saturday, October 30, 2010

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Being A Technical Analyst

One of the main ways traders approach the market is that of technical analysis. A technical analyst doesn’t look at income statements, balance sheets, company policies, or anything fundamental about the company. The technician looks at the actual history of trading and price of a security or index. This is usually done in the form [...]

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