Eric Wilkinson

Using the Short Strangle to Trade Options

Eric Wilkinson, ProTraderStrategies.com

Increasing your returns is really as simple as knowing when, where and how to implement options strategies to increase the probabilities of success.

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Mark Sebastian

Riding the Option Wheel

Mark Sebastian, OptionPit.com

Covered calls are a great way to produce income against a portfolio of relatively low volatility stocks. They are not the only way though.

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Stephen Bigalow

Candlestick Patterns: Bullish Engulfing Signal

Stephen Bigalow, CandlestickForum.com

The bullish engulfing signal is important to learn since it is one of the major candlestick patterns. 

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Roger Scott

Day Trading And Swing Trading Tips For Beginners

Roger Scott, WealthPress.com

Today I’m going to teach you how to use the Average True Range (ATR) Indicator to measure stop loss placement levels as well as profit targets. I discussed the ATR previously in past articles but I want to show you a real demonstration so that you can feel more comfortable incorporating this indicator into your trading plan.

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Steve Primo

A Great Strategy for Capturing Powerful Trending Markets

Steve Primo, ProTraderStrategies.com
Most traders fail because they try to pick the top and bottom of trends, which is ultimately a recipe for disaster.  Read More
Rob Booker

Four Methods I Use to Help Predict Market Turns

Rob Booker, RobBooker.com

It's not easy to predict a market turn. But knowing how to do it is an important part of trading.

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Stephen Bigalow

How to Identify Profit-Making Opportunities with Trend Analysis

Stephen Bigalow, CandlestickForum.com

In this short video, I am going to demonstrate that if you if you properly identify trend analysis with candlestick signals, you are essentially stacking all of the probabilities in your favor.

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Roger Scott

Bollinger Bands Strategy – How To Trade The Squeeze

Roger Scott, WealthPress.com

The Squeeze Is One Bollinger Bands Strategy You Need To Know

Today I’m going to discuss a great Bollinger Bands Strategy. Over the years I’ve seen many trading strategies come and go.

What typically happens is a trading strategy works well on specific market conditions and becomes very popular.

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Vince Vora

Price Action Trading Strategies

Vince Vora, TradingWins.com

It's always amazing to learn about the habits of successful traders. From the thousands of traders that I've coached over the years, some of these common habits are risk-avoidance, sound money management and the ability to keep emotions in check. But more importantly than having these habits is having the discipline to apply them consistently.

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Ron Haydt

My Favorite Technical Setups

Ron Haydt, FinanChill.com

In this half hour video, I’m going to share with you my favorite technical setups combined with seasonality.

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Tom Busby

My Way to Generate Consistent Income

Tom Busby, DTItrader.com

There are many ways to trade options or use options in trading.  Many people trade options for the sole reason that they are much cheaper than trading stock.  It is kind of interesting that it is rare to find an options trader that would ever buy a stock, or a stock trader that would ever buy an option.

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Roger Scott

How to Identify and Trade Breakout Opportunities

Roger Scott, WealthPress.com

Not All Stock Chart Patterns Are Created Equal There are hundreds of stock chart patterns traders use to enter as well as exit the market.

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Geoffrey A. Smith

Using Futures as an Indicator

Geoffrey A. Smith, DTItrader.com

By now, most people who pay attention to the financial markets realize that what happens in Asia and Europe will affect our market here in the US. How many times have we woken up in the morning to hear CNBC or Bloomberg telling us that the European markets are down 2%, that futures are pointing to a lower open, and markets are below fair value?

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Stephen Bigalow

Volatility and Candlesticks

Stephen Bigalow, CandlestickForum.com

Volatility! Bad? Most investment advisors steer investors away from volatile stocks or any volatile trading entity. But for the candlestick investor, volatility is extremely profitable. Candlestick signals are based upon a very simple premise. The signals are formed based upon the change of investor sentiment.

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Kirt Christensen

Insider Tips - Best Performing Indicators for Trading ETFs

Kirt Christensen, ETFTippingPoint.com

The ETFs market is a huge reflection of crowd psychology playing over two basic human emotions; greed and fear. Professional ETF traders understand this, and rather than relying on greed and fear, they keenly follow the mood of the market as informed by technical analysis and/or candlestick patterns.

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Chuck Hughes

Using Keltner Channels to Find Low-Risk, High Probability Options Opportunities

Chuck Hughes, ChuckHughes.com

One of the simplest but most effective entry timing indicators are the Keltner Channels which can quickly and easily be downloaded from investing websites such as www.StockCharts.com. Steps for down loading the Keltner Channels follow.

The Keltner Channels function as an overbought/oversold indicator that can help us select a buy point for stocks and call options that are on a EMA System ‘buy’ signal. Overbought is a term used to describe a stock that has been increasing in price over a period of weeks or months with very few price pullbacks. Oversold is a term used to describe a stock that has been decreasing in price over a period of weeks or months with very few prices increases.

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Rick Saddler

The J-Hook Continuation Pattern

Rick Saddler, HitAndRunCandlesticks.com

While there are a number of continuation patterns in trading, the J-Hook Continuation Pattern is one that is a very decisive and can be easily identified since it forms the letter J.  If the chart pattern is followed, entered at the right time and unfolds as expected, it can be very profitable.  J-Hooks may also called by other names like Thunderbolts and 123 formations.

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Doug Campbell

A Strategy for Consistent Profits

Doug Campbell, RightWayOptions.com

I decided to write this article detailing just one trading strategy that works extremely well no matter the size of your account. It’s effective for both full and part-time traders and, the best thing is, it’s simple.

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Steve Primo

How to Keep in Step with the Overall Trend

Steve Primo, ProTraderStrategies.com

After all these years of research and spending money, is trading consistency still eluding you? Have you given up your search for the perfect trading method? The statistics show that only 5% of traders will be consistently profitable while the majority of all traders will eventually lose money. How is it possible that such a small percentage of traders is able to consistently capture profits? Simple, they’re in sync with the overall trend. Many traders find out what the trend is from chat rooms, tons of indicators, or by listening to so-called trading gurus, but in this presentation Steven Primo reveals a tool that shows just how simple it is to be in sync with the overall trend, regardless of what market or time frame you are trading. That tool is the “Buy/Sell Line.”

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Stephen Bigalow

Common Candlestick Patterns and What They Mean: The Hammer Signal

Stephen Bigalow, CandlestickForum.com

One of the most visually compelling candlestick patterns is the hammer signal. This signal is easily recognized by the lower shadow also known as the tail that protrudes to the downside after an extended downtrend.

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Roger Scott

Learning Technical Analysis – The Right Way

Roger Scott, WealthPress.com

It’s Not Difficult To Learn Technical Analysis Strategies

During the last two days I presented basic techniques for beginners who want to learn technical analysis trading strategies.

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Rob Booker

Pivots - The Market's Magnet

Rob Booker, RobBooker.com

In today's video, we are going to talk about Pivot Points, how they are calculated, and why the act as magnets in the markets. 

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Mary Ellen McGonagle

How to Capitalize on Increased Market Volatility

Mary Ellen McGonagle, MEMInvestmentResearch.com

In this video, we are going to focus on volatility in the markets, and how to capitalize on high volatility. 

When volatility is high, you will see large swings in stocks, indicating that emotions are high in the markets. The driving emotion in highly volatile markets is fear. And fear usually causes price movement to accelerate. Periods of high volity often occur during periods of economic uncertainty, which could include interest rate decisions, geopolitical events, and other major news events.

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Stephen Bigalow

Moving Averages with Candlestick Analysis

Stephen Bigalow, CandlestickForum.com

Combining Moving Averages and Candlestick Analysis is “Profit-Making Magic.”

I recently added quite a few “new and improved” innovations to the so-called “classic” Japanese Candlestick methodology.

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Forex Alpha

Quarterback Winning Trades with the Intelligence Funnel

Forex Alpha, NOFT-Traders.com

It’s third down, you’re backed up on your own 20 yard line and with penalties you need 15 for a first down. Needless to say, you have to convert.  

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Steve Primo

The Right Way to Trade Tops and Bottoms

Steve Primo, ProTraderStrategies.com

Have you ever wondered why most traders consistently lose money? There are several reasons why this happens, but it’s usually because traders follow some outside system they picked up somewhere, and followed it blindly.

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Rob Booker

Pivots - The Market's Magnet

Rob Booker, Robcoin.com

In today's video, we are going to talk about Pivot Points, how they are calculated, and why the act as magnets in the markets. 

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Geoffrey A. Smith

A Trading Strategy that Covers Your Living Expenses

Geoffrey A. Smith, DTItrader.com

The cost of living is expensive. Between currency devaluation and inflation, things cost much more now than what we expected.

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Mark Sebastian

Putting the Short Squeeze on Options

Mark Sebastian, OptionPit.com

One of the most profitable ways to trade is to spot a short squeeze in a stock, commodity, or index. 

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Roger Scott

High Probability Chart Patterns To Watch

Roger Scott, WealthPress.com

Today I want to discuss a few different chart patterns that beginners should focus on when they first start out day trading.

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Rob Booker

How I Went from Total Trading Chump a to Semi-Respectable, Yet Still-A-Little-Bit-Crazy Trading Guy

Rob Booker, Robcoin.com

I like trading stocks, and I hope you do, too. I started my trading career in 2001, with $2,500 and a dream.

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Troy Epperson

Scoring in the Forex Red-Zone With Institutional Target Trading

Troy Epperson, NOFT-Traders.com

It’s Sunday afternoon, your team is in the playoffs and the hair is standing on the back of your neck.

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Vince Vora

Trading with Trend and Momentum

Vince Vora, TradingWins.com

When I started trading back in the late 1980s, the idea of making investing decisions solely on technical analysis was not as popular as it is today. 

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Roger Scott

False Breakouts Can Help You Win Big!

Roger Scott, WealthPress.com

I wanted to cover one very important topic that comes up quite frequently and that’s how to identify false breakouts with a high level of certainty and how to utilize them to increase the amount of premium that we collect from credit spreads.

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Geoffrey A. Smith

How to Leverage Market Forces By Trading the News

Geoffrey A. Smith, DTItrader.com

So, what is a market force? Simply, it is a force that moves a market. Volume could be a force, or news could be a force.

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Mary Ellen McGonagle

How to Screen for Top Candidate Stocks

Mary Ellen McGonagle, MEMInvestmentResearch.com

This short video reviews how to drill down to uncover top candidates that are poised to outperform the markets.

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Stephen Bigalow

Eliminating Emotions in Trading

Stephen Bigalow, CandlestickForum.com

The psychology of investing not only affects individual investors but also affects the market as a whole.

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Roger Scott

Stock Sector Analysis and Relative Strength

Roger Scott, WealthPress.com

Many years ago when I first started trading I was completely oblivious of stock sector analysis. I was under the impression that each stock traded completely independent of other stocks.

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Vince Vora

An Easy Strategy for Trading Volatile Markets

Vince Vora, TradingWins.com

In this video, I am going to show you how to deploy an easy to use strategy that works in any market, and in any time frame. In fact, it also works quite well with Options. It is purely based on technical analysis, and not on fundamentals

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Eric Wilkinson

How to Know Exactly When to Implement a Short Options Strategy

Eric Wilkinson, ProTraderStrategies.com

Understanding probabilities of options is key to the success of any strategy but increasing ones returns is really as simple as knowing when, where and how to implement options strategies to increase the probabilities of success. 

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Rob Booker

The Knoxville Divergence Indicator - My Favorite Indicator

Rob Booker, Robcoin.com

I was sitting in a coffee shop in Knoxville, Tennessee. Just me and my computer - building a brand new indicator.

That was 2012.

On my fourth cup of coffee (an Americano), the caffeine kicked in and I had an epiphany: And the Knoxville Divergence indicator was born.

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Stephen Bigalow

Five Patterns Using Candlestick Signals and Gaps

Stephen Bigalow, CandlestickForum.com

POWERFUL IMPLICATIONS OF GAPS

How Do They Produce Profits With Candlesticks?

Gaps (Ku) are called windows (Mado) in Japanese Candlestick analysis.  A gap or window is one of the most misunderstood technical messages. Most investment experts advise not to buy after a gap.

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Mark Sebastian

SPX and VIX Trading

Mark Sebastian, OptionPit.com

Jim Cramer calls me his ‘VIX GUY’ because when he has VIX questions I have the answers.  It’s not that I am super smart or some sort of mathematician, it’s because I had the opportunity to trade at the firm that rolled out the product.  Being in close proximity to the brains behind the index helped me learn the ins and outs of the product,  just like if I was a ball boy for a baseball team,  or a student manager for a basketball team.  This is why I can confidently say that understand the VIX is not that hard, and using it might be even easier than understanding it. 

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Roger Scott

Hunting for Short-Term Pullbacks

Roger Scott, WealthPress.com

Today I’m going to you one of my all-time favorite indicators to help you identify high probability trading opportunities in different market conditions.

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Geoffrey A. Smith

My Favorite Day Trading Strategy

Geoffrey A. Smith, DTItrader.com

Over the years I have learned that many stocks have their largest moves in first 30 minutes of the US day market.

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Rob Booker

How I Set Up Trades from the 4 Hour Charts

Rob Booker, Robcoin.com

Some of my best trades lately have been off the longer-term charts - well, longer term for me.

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Roger Scott

Short Term Trading Strategies – Learn To Use The RSI Indicator

Roger Scott, WealthPress.com

Today I’m going to discuss one of the most popular indicators for short term trading strategies.

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Vince Vora

My Winning Momentum Strategy

Vince Vora, TradingWins.com

The focus of this video is solely based on how to trade safely, which simply put, means keeping the odds of success in your favor. One of the strategies that does that for us is my Winning Momentum Strategy.

This strategy has been used for many years, and has been consistent throughout all kinds of markets.

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Mary Ellen McGonagle

The Power of Volume on Your Price Charts

Mary Ellen McGonagle, MEMInvestmentResearch.com

One of the key mistakes many traders make is to focus too heavily on price without paying attention to volume. In this short video, you will learn how to incorporate volume into your trading plan. 

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Stephen Bigalow

How Candlestick Signals Can Keep You on the Right Side of a Trend

Stephen Bigalow, CandlestickForum.com

In this short video, I am going to demonstrate that if you if you properly identify trend analysis with candlestick signals, you are essentially stacking all of the probabilities in your favor.

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Todd Horwitz

Bubba's Options Income Model

Todd Horwitz, BubbaTrading.com

Before you can be a successful trader you need to understand how the market works. You don’t need to be an expert, but you must know what drives the market.

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Roger Scott

Swing Trading Stocks Techniques – How to Find Trending Markets and Manage Risk

Roger Scott, WealthPress.com

Many traders, who are starting out, have a strong believe that swing trading stocks techniques have to be complex to be profitable. I want to reiterate again as I have mentioned many times this is just not true. There is no correlation between complex strategies and profitability.

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Steven Place

The Moon Trading Setup

Steven Place, InvestingWithOptions.com

Tired of Being Chopped Up To Death?

Tell me if you’ve heard of this. You’ve put in the work. You found your favorite stock, double-checked the fundamentals, triple-checked your favorite technical indicator…

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Rick Saddler

How to Take a Pulse of the Markets Using These 5 Stocks

Rick Saddler, HitAndRunCandlesticks.com

How does a trader get a quick pulse of the market? There are indices and sectors galore along with way too much information. This adds up to information overload and not enough time to intelligently decipher the information into a meaningful trading strategy.

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Roger Scott

Trading the MACD Indicator And Center Line Crossovers

Roger Scott, WealthPress.com

Taking Apart The MACD Indicator

Today I will focus on the most common way traders utilize the MACD and show you some basic examples so that you can become a bit more familiar with the MACD indicator.

From my personal experience I can tell you that many traders find the MACD very complicated and avoid using it because of that.

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Rob Booker

The Bitcoin Box: My Favorite Crypto Day Trading Strategy

Rob Booker, Robcoin.com

Imagine trading a financial instrument that moves 10% per day. Almost every day.

If you want to come along for the ride, scroll forward, my friend. We’re in for a wild ride together.

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Stephen Bigalow

Wedge Pattern Breakouts: Explosive Winning Trades

Stephen Bigalow, CandlestickForum.com

Prices move in patterns! This is due to one basic investment truism. Human nature exhibits the same habits when it comes to managing investment funds which are at risk. Investor sentiment reacts the same way time after time. This is why patterns can be recognized.

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Tom Busby

How to Know if a Market Crash is Coming

Tom Busby, DTItrader.com

Miles of flat dry terrain cover the landscape from east to west and north to south; the grassy plain extends for miles and it is all that the naked eye can see.

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Rick Saddler

Habits of a Successful Trader

Rick Saddler, HitAndRunCandlesticks.com

Whether you are new to trading or a seasoned veteran, every trader has bad habits that they would like to change. Some habits are buried deep within and need to be brought to the surface so they can be identified and changed. 

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Mary Ellen McGonagle

Key Indicators to Pinpoint Your Buy and Sell Strategies

Mary Ellen McGonagle, MEMInvestmentResearch.com

This educational video is brought to you by Wall Street veteran Mary Ellen McGonagle who is the Founder of MEM Investment Research. For over 25 years, Mary Ellen has shared these same strategies with top performing Portfolio Managers; many of whom she continues to work with.

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