Chart patterns trading is often equated to buying and selling at the direction of technical indicators. However, although chart patterns are considered to be technical tools, they differ in many ways from indicators. If you’re in the process of becoming a market technician, then it’s important to understand the functionality, pros, and cons of both… Read more.
Futures trading is a discipline approached from countless perspectives by people from all walks of life. No matter your background, it’s possible to make money in the markets. All that is needed is time, risk capital, and a viable strategy. For many successful traders, technical analysis is a preferred means of engaging the markets. Interpreting… Read more.
Learn key technical analysis techniques on an expert-guided tour using real examples in the most popular futures markets! Join futures industry veteran Brian Cullen for an informative presentation covering methods for using straightforward chart analysis tools to capitalize on market moves.
This blog post is highlighting the MDA Snap Shot entry, risk and exit that took place in the E-mini S&P today 12/18/15. Subscribers of the Market Dimension Advisory received these MDA Snap Shots via email in real-time when the trade was developing on my screens. Below you will see a recap of the technical Snap Shot Entry and Exit.
I wanted to provide a quick update on the ES position from the MDA Snap Shot from yesterday 12/14/15. Below you will see an updated chart showing the entry and real-time market snap shot. For those who are still in this trade it is decision-making time.
Upcoming support in the Soymeal?
We talk from time to time about certain trades or spots on a chart where if support or resistance does NOT hold, there may be an opportunity to participate in the move that comes after that fail. I have 2 charts in particular that have been on my radar the past week.
It’s Webinar Wednesday! Pull up a stool and join us at the CHART WATCH! webinar this afternoon at 2:00p (cst)
Today’s Pre-Dawn will be dedicated to trendlines and stochastics and I will highlight 4 markets worth a good look (with the charts attached).
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.