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Deciphering the Stock Market

Deciphering the Stock Market

There is always considerable “chatter” on the fundamental front, concerning the news of the day, its impact on the stock market, and where the best investments are to be found. As we enter the fall, the noise is especially clamorous this year in light of the upcoming election. Typically its confusing enough, without the added […]

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01 Sep Posted by in Techical Analysis | Comments

Theoretical Components Integral to Timing

Theoretical Components Integral to Timing

If anything, volatility has been a feature prominent to a number of different financial sectors so far in 2016. Market timing provides an alternate, and complimentary form of analysis, to assist in navigating through the choppy financial waters, in an effort to identify the best trades. This program will demonstrate procedures I use to generate […]

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09 May Posted by in Techical Analysis | Comments

Dissection of the Bond Market

Dissection of the Bond Market

      Fluctuations in interest rates, and the accompanying changes in nominal bond prices are pivotal developments to consider, in a valid assessment of the economy. For months now, the central bank has been tasked to time the most effective monetary policy suitable to ensure that our economy’s recovery is not short circuited. Simultaneously, […]

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20 Jul Posted by in Techical Analysis | Comments

Using Technical Analysis to Conjure Up a Trade

Using Technical Analysis to Conjure Up a Trade

  Sometimes, when I’m waiting for all the alignments I think create a perfect setup for a trade entry, I get tired of waiting. For example, the next big move, and thereby trade, I anticipate in the stock sector is on August 15th. While I’m waiting for that “ideal” setup to arrive, I’ll sometimes attempt […]

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02 May Posted by in Techical Analysis | Comments

Confirming Signals

Confirming Signals

  Whenever we look at a possible signal on whatever trading system or methodology you use, it’s always best to add confirming “sub-signals”. These smaller minor signals reinforce the original signal and make the trade much more reliable. I call these “Supporting Structures”. I use primarily a basic bar chart to read trend direction and […]

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