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There is one chart pattern that you will want to trade when you find it. It's called a "first pullback". This article explains what it is and how to trade it.

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In this article you will learn how to use moving averages and a technical indicator to time your trades to the market.

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I've received a lot of emails over the years of people asking me if I have an eBook version of my website. I don't. But I do have a checklist of my swing trading methods that you can download.

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Here is a video on how to use the 10 period moving average to your advantage.

Trading With the 10 Period Moving Average - YouTube

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This was a stock I posted on Twitter a while back because it had a nice hammer candlestick pattern. Now it has two.

This stock has a really nice pennant chart pattern. Here are some more chart patterns I look for.

This stock has pulled back to support inside of a previous wide range candle. Look for a reversal here soon.

Have a good week!

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It's so simple.

So simple that you'll kick yourself for not realizing this sooner.

Every turning point consists of a swing point low (bottom) or swing point high (top). It looks like this on a stock chart.

and this

So for a swing point low you need a low, followed by a lower low, then a higher low (this is key). A swing point high is a high, higher high, then a lower high (this is key).

Keep in mind that not all swing points will lead to reversals.

But you can't have a reversal without one.

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Here is a video I made on how to stay on the right side of the trend using the hourly chart and 20 period SMA.

Market Timing on the S&P 500 - YouTube
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This service says you can find winning trades in minutes. Does it deliver?
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Want to learn how to day trade stocks? Here's the easy way to do it.
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Just opened a new account? Here's how to use it
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