Active Trading Articles

  1. Tales From The Trenches: Don't Count On Luck

    ChartAdvisor experts illustrate why it's important to stick to your strategy.
  2. Fix Broken Trades With The Repair Strategy

    You can recover from your losses if you know how to use this handy trader's tool.
  3. Making A Living On Death Bonds

    Find out if these macabre bonds are just the new blood your portfolio needs.
  4. Trading Without Noise

    False signals can drown out underlying trends. Find out how to tone them down and tune them out.
  5. A Glance At An Equilibrium Chart

    The easy-to-use Ichimoku chart can tell you quite a bit in just one glance.
  6. The Ups And Downs Of Biotechnology

    This volatile sector can provide huges gains, but there's also lots of downside.
  7. Multiple Time Frames Can Multiply Returns

    Short-term and intermediate charts complement the underlying trend and refine entries and exits.
  8. A Trader's Guide To Using Fractals

    This reversal pattern can make sense of the seeming randomness of market movements and improve your trading.
  9. A Look At Kagi Charts

    This relatively unknown tool could help you find an asset's trend faster.
  10. Introduction To The Parabolic SAR

    Take a closer look at this indicator, which during a trending period, is a very useful and accurate tool.
  11. Lessons From A Trader's Diary

    Discover what this trader learned from his mistakes and how to uncover your own.
  12. Tales From The Trenches: Hindsight Is 20/20

    Follow along with one of ChartAdvisor's failed trades and learn from our mistakes.
  13. Western Line Vs. Candlestick Charting

    These methods both have their merits, but they may be strongest when combined.
  14. Fibonacci And The Golden Ratio

    Discover how this amazing ratio, revealed in countless proportions throughout nature, applies to the financial markets.
  15. Trade Broken Trendlines Without Going Broke

    Learn a stop-loss strategy that will help you protect your gains when trading breaks.
  16. Tales From The Trenches: Location Is Everything

    When a candle pattern re-occurs near a moving average, it may indicate future support or resistance.
  17. You Don't Know Jack Welch

    This engineer climbed the corporate ladder to lead his company into double-digit growth.
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