Today we continue with Part 2 of my answer to an email sent in by a student (see the last entry in this blog for Part 1 and to read the letter and the
Click the green box to play the video Using Fibonacci levels to accurately find support and resistance in the markets for day trading and swing
Click the green logo to play the VIDEO Using certain moving averages can help you gain perfect clarity when looking at the technical analysis of
Had a lot of interest and many great comments emailed in from people who read Part 1 (below) of this topic.Today I continue with Part 2, and it's
Does it ever feel like there's someone in your monitor watching your every move and trading the other side of the market, making your trades
I haven't been posting to the blog as much as I used to. As many of you know this is because of a personal loss I suffered a couple months ago (see
"What's the best chart interval for day trading?" One of the most common questions I receive is regarding the best chart interval for day trading.