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Bollinger Bands: Use Them To Recognize Short-Term Trade Entry Triggers

13th December 2012
Bollinger bands, you may recall, are the volatility measures below and above a moving average. Regular deviation is utilized to create a base for the volatility measure. As the volatility increases the Bollinger bands will systematically widen. On the oth... Read >
Author: Mark Deaton

Nr.1 Losing Indicator in Forex

20th February 2012
Nr. 1 Loser Indicator. What is to be Avoided in Trading. The purpose of this article is to present traders across the world an alternative view on trading strategies that rely on Moving Averages cross. This is an alternative opinion on the main probl... Read >
Author: pipbanker

Forex- Trading with RSI and ADX in dynamically changing trends

23rd June 2011
When to enter the market or take a position and when to exit are the keys. Well, another very important key is where to put the stop-loss orders. In continuously changing market because of high volumes, the first thing we would like to know is what is the... Read >
Author: Himanshu Jain

Options Trading Strategies - Wrong Use of Historical Volatility and Implied Volatility Crossovers

08th November 2010
Don't assume all volatilities are constructed equal. It is critical to differentiate between Historical Volatility and Implied Volatility, so retail traders teach me to trade options dedicated to what is material to theoretically price option spreads forw... Read >
Author: Anton Romero

Mastering Moving Average Crossover Secrets Can Be Highly Profitable

23rd March 2010
As a trader, you need to master the two technical indicators that are very simple to use but most effective. These are the trendlines and the moving averages. These two technical indicators can be used with a naked eye by just eyeballing the chart. They w... Read >
Author: Hass

How To Use Leading And Lagging Indicators?

06th January 2010
There are two types of indicators that are used by traders whether day trader or a swing trader: 1) Leading and 2) Lagging. Technical analysis without knowing and understanding these leading and lagging indicators is impossible. These leading and lagging ... Read >
Author: Hass

How To Use Stock Charts To Configure Entry And Exit Strategies

11th August 2009
The Guaranteed Formula. I have included a list of the most popular charts used by full time traders. Having a list of charts and knowing what to do with them are two completely different things. This is where the magic comes in. We all want to cu... Read >
Author: A Friend

Determining the optimal moving average length

30th April 2007
The moving average constitutes one of the simplest trading systems and is probably the most widely used tool for technical analysis. While its conceptual simplicity has attracted wide followers and perhaps indiscreet use, making a moving average (MA) sy... Read >
Author: pal
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