Breakout Trading

  1. 4 Stocks With Bullish Head and Shoulders Patterns ...

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

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

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

    Bill William’s Alligator Indicator provides a useful visual tool for trend recognition ...
  5. Mastering Stop Placement

    Place the stop loss where, if hit, the reasons you took the trade are no longer valid.
  6. Strategies For Playing The Confirmation Trade

    Trends often escalate when the confirmation process is completed after a breakout ...
  1. The Chart of This ETF Suggests That Tech Stocks ...

    Technology stocks have recently broken below key levels of support. These charts ...
  2. Starbucks Flashing Mixed Messages Ahead of Earnings ...

    Starbucks has held up well since topping out in October 2015, but the price pattern ...
  3. Stocks with Breakout Potential (MDT, SLM)

    Stocks are moving within narrowing price bands and are poised for a breakout.
  4. Breakout Stocks to Watch Right Now

    These three stocks are near major breakout points, which will affect the short-term, ...
  5. 3 Nasdaq-100 Stocks With Weekly Breakout Patterns ...

    Zoom out to the weekly chart and wait for large-scale buy signals to dictate market ...
  6. Active Traders Turn Bullish on Utilities

    Based on the charts discussed in this article, the utilities sector could be the ...
  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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