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How do I construct a productive watchlist?Having formulated a trading strategy that includes a specific set of patterns and setups, a trader can then incorporate those items into a program that contains a list of stocks for additional scrutiny. This program is called a watchlist. [Read More]
What is a trading edge?Trading edge is the financial markets’ version of “competitive advantage.” It is the edge that each trader has over the market based on the trading strategy that he/she has developed. [Read More]
What are trading patterns?In technical analysis, patterns commonly refer to the unique patterns that are visible in the fluctuation of a specific stock price. [Read More]
What is a setup?A setup price serves as an alarm for traders, notifying them that the stock in question has reached a price point and trend that fall within the trading strategy. [Read More]
What are market indicators?Indicators are items (data, reports, etc.) that give a trader information regarding the performance of everything from the overall economy to individual companies. [Read More]
What is a support level?In technical analysis, a support level is the price level which a security does not fall below for a specific length of time. The support levels can be identified by drawing either a straight line or slightly angled line across a chart of a security’s price for a specific length of time that connects its lowest price points. [Read More]
What is a resistance level?In technical analysis, a resistance level is the price level which a security fails to go above due to the increasing number of traders that wish to sell that security at that price. The resistance levels can be identified by drawing either a straight line or slightly angled line across a chart of a security’s price for a specific length of time that connects its highest price points. [Read More]