Breaking Through Breakout Barriers

Breaking Through Breakout Barriers

Not All Stock Chart Patterns Are Created EqualThere are hundreds of stock chart patterns traders use to enter as well as exit the market.One of the most if not the most popular entry method is the breakout. A few weeks ago I wrote a short article outlining success...
How To Use My Favorite Indicator & What It’s Signaling…

How To Use My Favorite Indicator & What It’s Signaling…

One of my favorite indicators is flashing a caution sign. It’s saying that a major U.S. market index is stretched to the upside. Today, I’m going to give you a deep dive into how to use the indicator to spot and execute trades. But first, I want to give you a big...
Using Bollinger Bands to Filter Trends

Using Bollinger Bands to Filter Trends

The Bollinger Band Is One Most Popular Short Term Trading IndicatorsToday I'm going to show you how to use one of my favorite short term trading indicators to determine market conditions and market direction. The Bollinger Band was invented by John Bollinger in the...
3,752.78% By Swing Trading, And Could Do The Same For You

3,752.78% By Swing Trading, And Could Do The Same For You

New traders are always asking me what types of trading—day or swing—they should focus on to make the highest returns.It’s a complicated question and there’s no perfect answer. There are pros and cons to each, and every trader has his or her preference.Let’s break down...
Why More Tech Won’t Turn Losers Into Winners

Why More Tech Won’t Turn Losers Into Winners

They Became Indicator JunkiesEveryday, I get the pleasure of speaking with and teaching different traders all across the world. This one particular group I used to teach had three business associates who were friends from childhood. After speaking for a few hours with...
What Is Long Straddle Options Trading?

What Is Long Straddle Options Trading?

Most traders tend to base their trades on whether they believe an asset will go up or down.I get it. It makes sense—after all, profits (or losses) are determined by the asset’s price movement. Ideally in the direction of the trade, since that’s the whole point.But...