In this overview, we will discuss preparing trading plans. A trading plan helps evaluate the current market situation and make the trader’s plans come to life.
The price goes in cycles: growth changes for a decline, and the decline – for growth. Studying market cycles, an investor can start analyzing and forecasting asset prices without charts, just based on certain time-bound laws and patterns.
In this overview, we will discuss such as trading method as “Basket Trading”. It helps to diversify risks and create a market-neutral trading strategy.
In this overview, we will discuss such a property of trading systems as stability. The stabler the system remains under the influence of surrounding events, the stabler your trading by the system will be.
An investor must never listen to the general opinion, or do they? Trading in a crowd simplifies the process and decreases your responsibility to a minimum. In this article, we will see how the herd instinct influences your trading decisions, and whether it is worth going against the crowd.
In this article, we will review a popular trading strategy called the Return to Average. The idea of this strategy is that after a serious deviation (growth or decline), the price tends to return to its average.
In this article, the author describes the VSA Method — a method of market analysis created by Tom Williams. The method is based on studying the spread, volume, and closing price of the bar. Also, it helps find the points in which the price escapes flats, and reversal patterns on highs and lows.
In this overview, we will discuss the use of one more trading instrument that draws support and resistance lines on the chart and helps forecast probable price surges. It is called the Gann Fan.
Arthur A. Merrill’s M and W patterns look like waves. There are 32 patterns, 16 of which have a unique structure. Some look like classic price patterns, have a clear structure and understandable identification rules.
In this article, we will look at the options for using the Moving Average for trading stocks. You will learn how to trade using multiple Moving Averages, how to trade the EMA 200 breakout and bounce off the 200 EMA by using classic candlestick analysis.