Apr 252012
 

I do not actually post these reports on Twitter.  This is something you should be doing every morning before the open.  Here are the levels you should know at all times as an intraday trader: The key levels are: Yesterday’s high low and close. The over night or Globex High and low. This morning’s open. […continue here]

Apr 242012
 
Favorite Set Ups #1 (Translation)

One of my favorite set ups, or ways of trading involves a principal that is called translation.  Translation is a basic chart reading concept that looks at how much time the market spends going up vs. going down. This tendency can behave differently in different time frames.  On longer time frames, if bullish, you will […continue here]

Apr 242012
 

Another form of analysis I have used to benefit my trading over the years is breadth analysis.  In fact, I can attribute the majority of my income over the last 15 years or so to this specific form of analysis. Breadth is the measure of advancers vs. decliners in various markets.  I like the NYSE […continue here]

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