Posts Tagged ‘market indicators’

PostHeaderIcon Using Momentum Trading To Your Advantage

Momentum trading is a method of stock trading wherein investors and traders search for stocks showing a significant movement in one direction at high volumes. The investor or trader then tries to ride with the momentum of the movement in order to gain profits. It is usually a short-term trading method that has worked well for some experienced traders. While momentum trading is easy to understand, trying to make use

PostHeaderIcon Limits Of Trading Charts

Using trading charts may help traders monitor and check various indicators such as price movements and performance of certain securities and assets. This can help them determine what trading actions to take and at what time. Some may already be totally relying on trading charts for making their decisions. Some may even come to a point of thinking that profits are relatively easy to make by using the trading char

PostHeaderIcon Signs OF A Sliding Stock

Stock trading and investing can be a complicated matter with many indicators and factors to consider all the time. Slight differences in varying degrees from these indicators may or may not affect a certain stock. But what most traders and investors should look for are the many characteristics that may lead to a stock slide. Although there are many common telltale signs that a certain stock may be heading for a sl

PostHeaderIcon Understanding Double Exponential Moving Averages

Trading has become quite complex and scientific with the use of technical analysis. But then, such tools have made it easier for traders to better understand the market and take value of the indicators that are presented to them. Using such tools like the double exponential moving average or DEMA. What is DEMA? In technical analysis, there are different types of moving averages being employed to help traders dete

PostHeaderIcon Avoid Manipulating Facts In Trading

For beginner or novice traders, one of the most common mistakes they can make is by manipulating the facts. This mistake can be committed by inexperienced traders either consciously or subconsciously. It usually stems mostly from traders trying to make the facts hold towards certain market theories they learned or read about. Some traders may think that they already know about how the market works through their end