Stock Sector Analysis and Relative Strength

What You Need to Know About Stock Sector Analysis 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. My logic was based on the fact that each company is a separate entity and doesn’t […]

Best Technical Analysis Methods for Options Trading

Unlike traditional assets, options offer traders the flexibility that comes with different calls, puts, strike prices and expiration dates; not to mention the ability to create hundreds of different types of spreads and combinations to take advantage of different types of market conditions, volatility disparity as well as seasonal tendencies. Most options traders anticipate three […]

How to Pick Winning Stocks

Pick Winning Stocks with Simple Stock Market Analysis Tools Stock traders are always on the lookout for ways to improve their trading. There are hundreds of different Stock Market Analysis Tools to choose from when analyzing stocks and the stock market in general. Each week I get emails from around the world advertising new and […]

Using the Advance Decline Line for Swing Trading

Different Approach to Stock Market Trend Analysis  When traders first start out they typically follow the standard approach to stock market trend analysis. Most traders rely on basic indicators such as moving averages and oscillators to determine if the stock market is trending, how strong the current trend is and whether or not the market […]

MACD Chart Divergence Analysis

Learn MACD Chart Divergence Tactics The last few days I focused on demonstrating the different parts of the MACD indicator so that you would become familiar with MACD and more importantly less intimidated when analyzing MACD chart patterns. Most beginners have difficulty learning the MACD because it’s made up of several parts that interact with […]

Understanding Delta and Directional Options Trading

One very important factor that many traders ask me about is how far in the money or how far out of the money they should go when buying an option. In essence, the issue is Delta, which is the Greek term for the expected change in the option for every dollar fluctuation in the underlying stock. Delta is […]

Price Expansion and Retraction: The Rubber Band Effect

If you pull a rubber band too far, too fast, what happens? It snaps back, right? The same thing happens with stocks, indexes, and currencies. If they’re pulled too far in one direction, eventually they’ll snap back and revert back to the mean. In fact, we see it happen all the time. To spot that, we begin […]

Using Moving Averages for Technical Analysis

I once participated in a trading webinar where I demonstrated a few strategies to about 1,000 traders. The question I got asked the most over and over by at least 20 participants was to provide my favorite indicator for trading technical analysis strategies. My explanation was rather simple; the best indicator is the one that […]

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    Stock Sector Analysis and Relative Strength

    August 5, 2022

    What You Need to Know About Stock Sector Analysis 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. My logic was based on the fact that each company is a separate entity and doesn’t […]
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