Technical Indicators

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Average Directional Index: Unique Indicator Helps Traders Avoid 'Dead Money' Stocks
Michael J. Carr | April 2, 2013

This is one of the few tools a trader has to objectively identify trends and can help them limit trades in securities that have little volatility and low potential profitability.

Directional Movement Index: Indicator Offers Simple, Logical Trading Strategy
Michael J. Carr | April 2, 2013

The technical indicator can be used as a standalone strategy or offer valuable input in a trading system.

Advance-Decline Line: Simple Breadth Indicator Can Be Used to Spot Trend Reversals
Michael J. Carr | January 18, 2013

This technical indicator is used to confirm price trends or spot reversals with divergences.

Accumulation/Distribution: Helping Small Traders Profit Along With Big Ones
Michael J. Carr | December 24, 2012

This technical indicator is meant to track the actions of large investors to help confirm trends and spot divergences.

MACD: A Simple Yet Effective Indicator for Clear Buy/Sell Signals
Michael J. Carr | December 24, 2012

This momentum indicator offers precise signals that help traders avoid large losses or abandon winning trades too soon.

3 "Turning Point" Trading Tips
Greg Guenthner | April 27, 2012

These three tips can help traders use the market’s collective insanity to your advantage.

3 Tips for Bigger Trading Gains
Jonas Elmerraji | April 25, 2012

Today, I’d like to show you three critical trading rules. Each one can give you bigger gains on every trade you make.

Trading Tips for Bigger Gains
Jonas Elmerraji | April 16, 2012

Forget buy and hold. Trading is all about quick, repeatable profits. Follow these three rules and you should quickly see bigger trading gains…

The "Law of Volatility" at Work
Dan Ferris | March 14, 2012

One of the few sure bets in the financial markets is now in play. Here's what you need to know... 

Positive Feedback Loop Situations in SPX Price
Corey Rosenbloom | January 25, 2012

Take a look at the current situation and put it in the context of prior S&P 500 day-over-day one directional movement.