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This DVD has made me thousands! Selly sell

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I have a 16 chapter DVD for sale I usually sell for $397 this is on sale for the next 48 hours for $197. Pay with THIS LINK and learn how I bank day in and day out. Then Ill send it to you via web/email so you can watch it immediately. Email me remove more »


Position Sizing

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Position sizing defines the amount of money you would put in each trade. After getting a entry signal, you have to decide how much money would you put into that trade. Many traders get ruined because of high exposure as they invest most of their money in a single trade. Unfortunately, if that trade gives more »


Money Management

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Money Management Money management is a very important part of technical analysis. Without proper money management, a trader won’t be able to make money in the long run. Without proper money management, every trading strategy would fail in the long run. However, sometimes a trader may get some profits ignoring money management, but ultimately he/she more »


Volatility Indicator – Bollinger Bands

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Volatility Indicator – Bollinger Bands Introduction: Bollinger bands are a common volatility indicator. This indicator is widely used and was developed by John Bollinger. This indicator is developed based on moving averages. This indicator measures volatility of stocks. Beside measuring volatility, this indicator can detect breakouts and pullbacks. Many trend follower traders use this indicator to more »


Stochastic Oscillator

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Stochastic Oscillator Introduction: Stochastic Oscillator is a renowned momentum indicator which was developed by George C. Lane. This indicator does not focus on price or volume, it focuses on the speed or momentum of price change. There are two lines in this indicator; %K line and %D line. Like other leading indicators, this indicator also more »


Heiken Ashi Candlesticks

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Introduction: Heiken Ashi candlesticks are a modified and smoothed form of Japanese candlesticks. They are calculated in such way that they can give you the projection of short term trend. This type of candlestick can avoid short price fluctuations. Thus, this type of candlestick can capture the short term trend. The meaning of Heiken Ashi more »


Trading the Parabolic SAR

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Trading the Parabolic SAR Introduction: Parabolic SAR is a trailing stop and reverse type of trading strategy which was developed by Welles Wilder. Parabolic SAR is a trend indicator which trails price as the trend extends over time. Unlike other trend indicators, this indicator can signal short term price changes. Parabolic SAR forms a parabola more »


Using Williams %R Indicator

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The Williams % R is a leading indicator developed by Larry Williams. This indicator is widely used in technical analysis. Most short term traders use this indicator for market timing and defining entry/exit signals. Calculation: Calculation of this indicator is as follows: Williams % R = (Highest High – Close) / (Highest High – Lowest more »


Trading With Commodity Channel Index (CCI)

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Introduction: Commodity Channel Index (CCI) was developed by Donald Lambert. This indicator is well known in technical analysis. This indicator is widely used to determine new trends and extreme conditions of supply-demand. Like many other leading indicators, CCI has overbought and oversold levels. Calculation:Calculation of CCI indicator is given below, CCI = (Typical Price – more »


Average Directional Index (ADX) Indicator

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Introduction: Average Directional Index (ADX), developed by Welles Wilder, is a unique indicator which is used to measure trend strength. Wilder developed this indicator for commodities; however this indicator works well in the stock market. The ADX indicator can determine trend direction and reversals in addition to measuring the strength of the prevailing trend. This more »