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Stock Market Baseball adds Blogs and Forums

Blogs, Groups, and Forums added to StockmarketBaseball.com   StockMarketBaseball.com, a website created by John George Campbell, based on his book Stock Market Baseball, has added free blogs, groups, and forums to the website.   About Stock Market Baseball   Stock Market Baseball is about using technical chart analysis, to understand …

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4 ways trading stocks is like relationships

There seems to be at least 4 ways trading stocks is like relationships.   There’s the Buy and Hold, till death do us part, investment trade, where you really aren’t planning on trading, at all. once you’ve made the commitment to tie the knot , and get married to the …

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Reverse Gap Up Chart Pattern

Reverse Gap Up Chart Pattern A reverse gap up chart pattern occurs when the share price gaps up from a previous days closing price, or even during a current trading session, usually accompanied by a huge volume of shares being traded in that equity. Sometimes the reason for the gap …

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Inverted Head and Shoulders Chart Pattern

An Inverted Head and Shoulders Chart Pattern occurs when a share price has declined to test a historic low within the last few weeks, months, or years. However, the travel to that low share price in this Inverted Head and Shoulders Chart Pattern doesn’t follow a direct line down. Along …

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Double Bottom Chart Pattern




Double Bottom chart pattern

Double Bottom chart pattern

Double Bottom Chart Pattern

The double bottom chart pattern is an easy chart pattern to spot. It looks like the letter W. The pattern can develop over a period weeks, months, or years.

The left side of the pattern shows that the share price has dropped over a period of time, from the high point on the left side of the chart, to the bottom of the chart, where the share price has finally found support. The share price rebounds, just a little, but can’t sustain an upward trajectory, and drops back down to test the support on the bottom of the pattern one more time. This time, when the share price bounces off the bottom of the pattern, the share price continues to rice, over time, in a steady manner, as seen on the right side of the pattern.  Over time, all of these moves taken together, create the double bottom pattern, or the letter W, if that helps you see the pattern better.  Continue reading

Cup and Handle Chart Pattern

Cup and Handle Chart Pattern One of the most recognizable chart patterns is the Cup and Handle Chart Pattern. Like other patterns, this pattern can develop over a few weeks, months, or even years. On the left we have the lip of the cup, and the left side of the …

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Use Fibonacci Retracement levels for peace of mind

QQQ Powershares Trust June 24 2013 chart

Here’s a recent example of how I use Fibonacci retracement levels for peace of mind, and to make a quick assessment of an investments chart. An online friend of mine that works for a large investment bank asked me on June 20th, 2013 what direction I thought the market was going …

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Use Technical Chart Analysis because Every Picture Tells a Story

What is Technical Chart Analysis? How does it differ from Fundamental Analysis, and why should every trader learn how to use technical chart analysis? One simple comparison that I’ve seen recently explaining the difference between Technical Chart Analysis and Fundamental Analysis involves shopping. In a shopping mall, everyone that goes into a …

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