ATR – What Is It?
todd-grantham

The Average True Range, or ATR, is an indicator that was introduced by a man named Welles Wilder who… Read More

Have a Written Trading Plan
jim-scharman

One of the most important steps to becoming a consistent and successful trader is to establish and u… Read More

An Obvious Reversal
roy-r-frank

Over the past several days, stating it mildly, the stock market has been a little volatile. We have… Read More

How to Trade in Uncertain Markets
jim-scharman

The markets hate uncertainty. This is because the uncertainty creates more volatility and volatility… Read More

Learn to Place Stops
todd-grantham

One of the most common questions asked by new and experienced traders is, “Where should I place my s… Read More

Advanced Technical Charting: Point and Figure
jim-scharman

Last week I discussed some of the basic technical chart styles, which included line charts, basic ba… Read More

The Direction of Gold is Becoming Clearer
roy-r-frank

I have stated in the past, and I will likely continue to do so, that over the past year or so, you c… Read More

Three Different Chart Types
jim-scharman

Technical traders spend most of their time looking at charts and indicators; sometimes, way too many… Read More

Deliberate Markets
todd-grantham

In today’s article we’re going to spend a few minutes discussing one of the elements needed to trade… Read More

Advanced Candlestick Patterns: The Tweezers
jim-scharman

In the past, I have discussed using the Japanese candlestick patterns to help identify market sentim… Read More




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ATR – What Is It?

ATR – What Is It?

by Todd Grantham on October 22, 2014

The Average True Range, or ATR, is an indicator that was introduced by a man named Welles Wilder who also introduced the indicators called Relative Strength Index…
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Have a Written Trading Plan

Have a Written Trading Plan

by Jim Scharman on October 21, 2014

One of the most important steps to becoming a consistent and successful trader is to establish and use a solid written trading plan. One problem that many…
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An Obvious Reversal

An Obvious Reversal

by Roy R. Frank on October 20, 2014

Over the past several days, stating it mildly, the stock market has been a little volatile. We have seen wild gyrations both up and down in the…
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The markets hate uncertainty. This is because the uncertainty creates more volatility and volatility makes trading much more difficult. Often, I refer to more volatile markets as…
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Learn to Place Stops

Learn to Place Stops

by Todd Grantham on October 15, 2014

One of the most common questions asked by new and experienced traders is, “Where should I place my stop loss?” This is one of the most important…
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Last week I discussed some of the basic technical chart styles, which included line charts, basic bar charts, and candlestick charts. These are the mainstays for most…
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I have stated in the past, and I will likely continue to do so, that over the past year or so, you can find just as many…
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Technical traders spend most of their time looking at charts and indicators; sometimes, way too many indicators, making for too complicated charts. Today I am going to…
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Deliberate Markets

Deliberate Markets

by Todd Grantham on October 8, 2014

In today’s article we’re going to spend a few minutes discussing one of the elements needed to trade successfully. This is something that is not new to…
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In the past, I have discussed using the Japanese candlestick patterns to help identify market sentiment and potential trend weakness, which can lead to market reversals. Today…
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