Trade within the (expected range) x 2 or less Why expect more? ATR is the easiest way to do this, but there are others like dynamic range and channel studies like Donchian and Keltner channels. So target 2 times the expected range or less. Get better Rewards than Losses, ie R:R > 1 Be better... Continue Reading →
2020/02/22 ~ Quick Review of TradingView
I am impressed by my experience with TradingView's platform. Though they still have a lot of room to improve, the community of traders and collection of idea seekers is a lot more global and diverse than other platforms. Here are the pros and cons in my opinion: Pros Incredible amount of instruments Large collection of... Continue Reading →
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2019/06/19 ~ Back in the Saddle Again! & Volume Average
This post is a general reboot of my trading blog, and I will start with some advice. Contains a tip at the bottom of the post pertaining to Average Volume. 6/19/2019 ~ WHY GET BACK TO BLOGGING? ~ HELPING AS I HAVE BEEN HELPED It's been a busy Spring! I had to take a break... Continue Reading →
Adverse Excursion Analysis to Determine Stop Setting ~ Does it help?
In the test I ran this fall, the system looked to give decent annual returns. However, we can improve the system even more! One way to do so is to set stop losses. Many people will use the range of the stock's price to determine the stop. However, if you are using the same system... Continue Reading →