Today, I'd like to show you the most profitable pattern I've used to trade the markets.
This pattern is the one that's helped my Red Hot Storm Trader members bank double digit gains on a monthly basis.
Now you might be thinking…
Why would I want to reveal a pattern so powerful and profitable to you and today of all days?
I want you to understand this pattern because, as we speak... ››› more
Charting can be a great way of spotting potential trades and ways to profit from movements in the financial markets.
There are a number of different chart patterns to use to your benefit. Continuation patterns give you the chance to get into a trade while the price takes a breather before resuming its trend.
One great continuation pattern to use are pennant patterns.
Read on to find out h... ››› more
When you're in a trade, wouldn't it be good if you could predict when the trend is going to change?
To help you spot a brewing reversal in trend, you can use wedge patterns.
So what are wedge patterns? And how can you use them to spot trend reversals?
Read on to find out…
What are wedge patterns?
Wedge patterns are reversal patterns. When they appear on price charts, they tend ... ››› more
Triangle patterns can be extremely useful. They can indicate a trend is just taking a breather and should shortly resume its trend.
Two triangle patterns are the ascending triangle and the descending triangle. One is a bullish pattern, the other is a bearish pattern.
Let's take a closer look at how they work and how you can use them when you're trading…
Getting to grips with bullish ... ››› more
Whether you're trading the commodities market, the forex market or the stock market, there are buyers and sellers.
The activity of buyers and sellers affects the prices of different assets over time. And this is why technical analysis can be so useful. You can use past performance to indicate where the price could be going.
By learning to spot certain patterns that form on charts, you can fi... ››› more
Faith, luck and other super-natural phenomenon! So many people depend on these things when trading.
And the fact is its human nature. When you don't know what's going on or you're unsure about something, you search for answers whether they're true or false.
I'm sure there's times when your imagination has run away with you. Times when you’ve seen things which aren’t there. But today I wa... ››› more
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