Found here is a list of indicators of which I find good value. These indicators may not be used at all times in all situations. I use them when the time is right much like a flat-head screwdriver in a tool box. Some indicators have a wider application space than others. One thing I keep... Continue Reading →
Here are a few of the abbreviations I see in the plethora of trading chat rooms I visit or have visited over the years. I will continuously update it. ~B3 Abbv:Acro A-L Expansion A-L | Abbv:Acro M-Z Expansion M-Z AD Advances – Declines | MA Moving Average advdec Advances – Declines | MACD Moving Average... Continue Reading →
Glad 2020 is OVER! Enough said. But, I will add that I plan to get back to blogging in '21 delivered mostly by tweets.
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 →
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 →
The market toppled; found support; the reversion completes. So, I sure wish I had more time to blog what I see every day. But, I will have to do a lot of these frames in recap form. 🙂 Here is what I have found in the recent ES mini futures for entry points if you... Continue Reading →
I've come into this week feeling the opposite of the consensus I have researched online. The consensus of short term traders seems quite short, and I have a more bullish outlook for the week leading up to the the FED event in the market. Of course, nobody can predict what the market is going to... Continue Reading →