7 Easy Steps to a Complete Trading System
With over 22 years of Trading, Investing and Trading Education experience (as of writing this) one thing has consistently stood out when analyzing Stocks to buy or sell.
The price of every stock, every market, every index, commodity and currency will move in cycles.
At times the price moves quite slowly and at others times the price change can be explosive.
The explosive moves tend to be short lived lasting only a few days.
So there is very little value for profit seeking traders to hold positions for long periods.
In fact, in this video presentation you'll see the power of patterns that repeat over and over again.
A software expert has created an algorithm that detects stock market trends with shocking accuracy.
A system which allows you to circle a date on a calendar, and know, with at least 90% certainty, that you could cash in on that day. You should watch the demonstration now... it could change your life.
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Explosive price change can happen both on the way up to higher prices and on the way down to lower prices.
Investors for the most part will look for stocks that move towards higher prices, but traders who generally have greater risk tolerance can trade stocks that are declining as well, by selling short.
The purpose of this report is to educate traders and investors alike on what I have found to be a simple and quick way to find stocks that are about to have explosive moves and that can potentially lead to substantial profits.
The strategy I am about to explain can also be used to trade options. Due to the short holding periods of stocks that meet the criteria described below, options (calls, and puts) can be an ideal way to trade these.
If you feel like this could be too advanced for you, you should definitely check out this presentation given by America's #1 trader who shows you how you could become $1,050 richer in 15 seconds.
Before we begin it is important to understand the difference between Fundamental and Technical Analysis.
The methods used to analyze securities and make investment decisions fall into two very broad categories: fundamental analysis and technical analysis. Fundamental analysis involves analyzing the characteristics of a company in order to estimate its value.
Technical analysis takes a completely different approach; it doesn't care one bit about the "value" of a company or a commodity. Technicians (sometimes called chartists) are only interested in the price movements in the market. (Investopedia)
The biggest part of fundamental analysis involves delving into the financial statements. Also known as quantitative analysis, this involves looking at revenue, expenses, assets, liabilities and all the other financial aspects of a company.
Fundamental analysts look at this information to gain insight on a company's future performance. (Investopedia)
In other words, technical analysis attempts to understand the emotions in the market by studying the market itself, as opposed to its components. If you understand the benefits and limitations of technical analysis, it can give you a new set of tools or skills that will enable you to be a better trader or investor. (Investopedia)
Fundamental Analysis will look at things like the cash flow, income statement, earnings and management of a company. It will evaluate the company’s products and services in order to determine its future growth and profitability.
By contrast Technical Analysis considers that the ‘fundamental analyzing’ of a company or stock has already been done, and will use tools such as Charts, Indicators and Mathematical Formulas to determine if money is flowing into the stock (prices likely to increase) or flowing out of a stock (prices likely to decrease), and at what rate. (Accelerating or decelerating)
Take a few moments to watch this short video. You may be surprised to discover how easy this is. Since discovering this system, he's made millions on the stock market. In the last 24 months, his trades could've paid out $999,195. And in the following presentation, he's going to show you how...