Stock Market Trend Signals: Top 5 trend indicators that will keep you on the right side of the market.
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Welcome to this tutorial on Stock Market Trend Signals. I’m going to demonstrate to you how I analyze which side of the market I want to be on.
Stock Market Trend Signals
There are five tools that I use to help me determine that. These are big picture tools, and they help determine whether I want to be bullish, or bearish, or whether we’re in a neutral situation. They make a huge difference in your trading, so here’s tool number one. I do look at these Stock Market Trend Signals in this order during the trading day.
Stock Market Trend Signals-5 Tools
1. We begin by looking for green and red. Green means those markets are up for the day, and red they’re down. All red, we’re in a very bearish market, and all green, very bullish. If there’s kind of a split then we’ve got what’s called a ‘Christmas Tree’, in trading where it’s a bifurcated market. You also want to look at your sectors edge. If all the sectors are red, that is a very, very bearish day.
2. The second thing is up/down volume. I’m going to show examples here with the NASDAQ 100, but what we’re looking for is how much bullish, versus bearish volume there is in that index. Every day starts out at zero, and then it goes up, or down, and sometimes it goes sideways. If the line just hovers around the zero, that means there’s really no imbalance of power as measured by volume in that index.
3. The third thing is the advanced/decline issues. I’m looking at my technical analysis, and I get a great short on my charts, but would I want to take it? Probably not because I don’t want to fight the dominant energy of the market. It turns around about an hour later, and then I want to be bearish and only taking shorts. This will give me a big picture as to maybe I’ll take long’s the first half of the day, and then only shorts later.
4. The fourth one is the tick index. Using the NASDAQ-100 as our example, you’ll see the big deal is above, or below the zero line. If it’s above zero then we are in a bullish mode. This is a faster index so we’re going from slow to fast, and that’s why I do them in this order. This one gives you more precise readings at a snapshot in time. A bullish day, we’re looking for it to stay at zero, or above, and in this case not interested in shorts.
5. The last thing I look at is the actual market I’m trading. I’m going to drill down to the market, and I’ll look at a longer-term time frame. I want to just see, what is the Stock Market Trend Signals of the particular stock you’re trading? We can see over three days the dominant direction is down, so some money could be made going long. We could see some retraces there, but really, why make it hard? Why don’t we just go with the flow?
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