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  • Five Different Dojis

    Five Different Dojis

    Any doji candle signals market indecision and the potential for a change in direction by price action.  (Always bear in mind that the “potential” for […]

  • Using Correlation To Increase Returns

    Using Correlation To Increase Returns

    As an investor, my goal is to earn as much money as possible with the principle investment dollars I have. With that said, I’m constantly […]

  • A Personal Trading Process

    A Personal Trading Process

    Once I have identified the pair that I feel has the strongest trend based on the Daily chart, I will usually enter on a 4 […]

  • Introducing a time element to your trailing stops can help to make sure that your strategy isn't wasting capital with positions that trade sideways for extended periods of time.

    The Dimension of Time in Trading

    The trading blogosphere is full of articles about the importance of timing your trade. Certainly, it’s important; identifying the right trend, knowing when to open […]


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    Effective Trendline Navigation

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