Breakout Trading

  1. Multiple Time Frames Can Multiply Returns

    Short-term and intermediate charts complement the underlying trend and refine entries ...
  2. Turtle Trading: A Market Legend

    In 1983, an expert trader decided to coach 14 novice traders. The results were astounding. ...
  3. 4 Stocks With Bullish Head and Shoulders Patterns ...

    Discover analyses of the top four stocks with bullish head and shoulders patterns ...
  4. The Semiconductor Sector is on the Verge of a ...

    The semiconductor sector may be on the verge of a major breakout that provides market ...
  5. Building An Effective Watch List

    An effective watch list will uncover opportunities missed by other traders, fund ...
  6. Exploring The Williams Alligator Indicator

    Bill William’s Alligator Indicator provides a useful visual tool for trend recognition ...
  1. Baidu at Cusp of New Uptrend (BIDU)

    Baidu has broken out above a 22-month trendline but needs stronger technical signals ...
  2. FedEx Set to Challenge 2015 High After Earnings

    Fedex is likely to break out above 6-month range resistance after strong earnings ...
  3. Invest in Utilities With These ETFs (XLU, JXI)

    The strong uptrends shown on the charts of these utility ETFs suggest now could be ...
  4. 3 S&P 500 Rallies Flying Under the Radar

    A review of the mid-tier in S&P 500 component performance reveals three stocks that ...
  5. 3 Bullish Plays in the Apple Ecosystem

    Apple suppliers have lifted with the tech icon in reaction to higher iPhone 7 sales ...
  6. 3 Chip Stocks With Strong Buy Patterns (MSCC, ...

    Chip stocks are leading the broad market and tech sector, with mid and small cap ...
  1. How do traders use Bollinger Bands® to identify a breakout?

    Learn how traders use Bollinger Bands to identify breakouts. Breakouts are moves in price to new highs. Buying breakouts ...
  2. Is it better practice to use a stop order or a limit order?

    Discover whether it is considered best practice to use stop losses or limit orders. Both options have their advantages and ...
  3. How did Bernard Baruch attain his wealth?

    Learn how Bernard Baruch made his fortune, what advice he gave to aspiring market speculators and what makes him different ...
  4. What is a common strategy traders implement when using the Trade Volume Index (TVI)?

    Learn what the trade volume index indicates, how to identify accumulation or distribution using it, and how traders use it ...
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