You know, I went through my charts last week.
And I was curious to see how my portfolios would have done if I traded a number of other systems.
Now these systems are not thumb-sucked out of thin air.
They are ones I've optimised and back and forward tested since 2008 (When I had the programming skills to do so).
And I adapted them from multi-millionaire dollar traders like Peter L ... ››› more
Q. “I'm looking for the best charting platform for a new trader. What features should it have?”
A. Whether you're new or advanced, you it must be user friendly!
You’ll need to make sure your charting platform has the following:
1. Candlestick charting type (To view all market activity with each market in a day)
2. Trend lines and charting tools (To d... ››› more
Today I want to show you the only chart I ever use to trade the markets. You get three components in this chart,that you can't find in any other trading chart. To discover why it's the only chart you'll ever need to trade read on below.
Every piece of information to make a successful trade, lies in the candlestick
A Candlestick chart is a charting type you can find on any trading platform the... ››› more
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