Trading, Technical Analysis and Strategy Articles
|June 3, 2013||Posted by Cory Mitchell, CMT under Intro to Trading, Stocks & Stock Market Analysis, Techncial Analysis Tutorials|
Here are a few articles I have recently published on the other sites:
Trading Trend Reversal Chart Patterns: Once a trend has run its course, it often displays certain price movements or patterns which signal a reverse is potentially underway
A Powerful Candlestick Price Pattern: I go over what candlesticks are, and I discuss my favorite candlestick pattern.
Introduction to the Elliott Wave 5-3 Market Pattern: Elliott Wave analysis is one of the few technical tools traders can use to develop a map for what is likely to occur in future. While it doesn’t mean you will be able to pin point exact tops and bottoms, or when they will occur, such a map does provide you with an overall context for trends and corrections.
Two Powerful Trading Indicators, and How I Use Them: While I generally trade indicator free, but here are my two favorite indicators which I do use on occasion to clarify moves, hone in on high probability trades and help filter out the bad ones.
Understanding Support and Resistance: Here I look at what support and resistance are , and the major forms they can take, such as Horizontal, Diagonal, Historic and Predictive.
Trend Continuation Patterns: At minimum these patterns provide you with trade signals to get into potentially profitable trades. Continuation patterns occur during a trend, and signal that the trend will continue once the pattern completes.
Picking the Best Instrument to Trade: Some instruments move together, while others move in opposite directions and some share no relationship whatsoever. Such relationships can play a key role in determining which trades you make and why
Issuer Spotlight: Invesco PowerShares: Invesco PowerShares is one of the major ETF issuers, playing a major role in bringing new ETFs to market. Here is a look at the company and some of its most noteworthy ETFs.
Real Return ETFs Head-to-Head: CPI vs. RRF: The aim of these ETFs is to provide a return greater than the inflation rate. While this may not always occur, the fund does typically act as an inflation hedge. Here I compare to two of the major Real Return ETFs.
Cory Mitchell, CMT