Bullish Hammers, as the name suggests, is a signal on a chart that alerts you to be on the lookout for a market that is setting up to reverse and trade higher! I’ve highlighted in yellow this exciting candlestick set up in the chart below.
This is a sample entry from Brian Cullen’s email newsletter, The Cullen Outlook, published on July 11, 2013. We got flat the markets and took some time off around the 4th of July holiday and now that we are back, it’s time to get back to the markets! I am looking at this 2 month… Read more.
This is a sample entry from Brian Cullen’s email newsletter, The Cullen Outlook, published on May 31, 2013. June LEAN HOG SELLING the June contract at 95.50 BUYING the June 96.00 call option for 50 points The option expires in 19 days on June 18th. Our risk on this trade is the difference between the… Read more.
This is a sample entry from Brian Cullen’s email newsletter, The Cullen Outlook, published on February 26, 2013. MAY SUGAR: 3 WAYS! I will be attempting to BUY the May SUGAR contract at this level. If you would like to get involved and follow along with me, below are 3 different ways with which to… Read more.
Written by DeWayne Reeves of CFRN.net. Burton Schlichter is a partner and featured broker at CFRN.net. One of the easiest candlestick signals to spot besides our consummate favorite the Doji, is the Bullish Engulfing Pattern. This is one of the 12 primary signals taught to me by candlestick mentor, Steve Bigelow. A candlestick purist might… Read more.
The Slow Stochastic is an oscillator type indicator that is used to help identify changes in momentum while identifying support and resistance levels. Its basic function is to identify that during periods of price decreases, daily closes tend to accumulate near the lows of the trading range. Conversely, during periods of price increases, closing prices… Read more.
As discussed in my previous article, Price Pattern Basics – Triangle Formations, price patterns have been studied by traders to help forecast the markets next move. This article will focus on reversal patterns. A few of the most common reversal patterns include head and shoulder patterns, double tops, and double bottoms. Double tops are one… Read more.
Over the last century, traders and technicians have studied the markets looking for patterns that will help them better forecast the market’s next move. Over time, traders have found chart patterns and formations that have proven to be relevant across a variety of markets. Trading neophytes are now able to rely on this research to… Read more.
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Now more than ever, traders and investors are looking for ways to gain portfolio exposure in areas that are non-correlated to the stock market. The commodity futures markets offer an arena to meet this investment objective, and trading in the futures markets can be a very rewarding experience. While there are many different ways to… Read more.