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Sometimes the simplest ideas work the best. Before market peaks, shares typically transition from strong (institutional) hands to weak (retail) hands. Before market troughs, shares usually move from weak hands back into strong hands. Both of these scenarios result in … Continue reading
Analyzing the technical and/or fundamental characteristics of an individual security is obviously a requirement before investing. However, very few traders go the extra mile and evaluate the characteristics of the market sector as well. Using sector confirmation can help you … Continue reading
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We all have a few favorite technical indicators. However, almost all technical indicators calculate indicator values for a specific look-back period and then plot those values over time. With this approach, we can only analyze one look-back period at a … Continue reading