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Recognizing Stock Bottoms with Strong Support


Many new Independent Investors and Retail Traders do not have a lot of capital to invest or trade in stocks.  One key Technical Analysis aspect is how to buy a stock just as it is completing a bottom.

Bottoms are wonderful technical patterns for any investor for long-term and for the beginner to novice Retail Trader. Also advanced Retail Traders with limited capital, will find bottoming entries far lower risk with significantly higher profitability.

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Unfortunately all too often new Independent Investors and Retail Traders see a fast running stock nearing a yopping pattern, and rush to buy it because it has been running up for so long. It looks as if the stock is never going to stop, pause, or correct. However, the longer the stock runs the higher the risk of a correction or at least a long sideways pattern. If you have a low capital base or are new to investing and trading, avoid high risk stocks that can suddenly wipe out huge chunks of capital and confidence.

Instead, focus on finding stocks that are completing their bottoms. This is when the stock will have the strongest support close by. By strong support I mean that the stock has an extremely low risk of moving below that prior bottom low. The sideways action of a bottom provides very solid strong support. Therefore if a mistake is made on the entry price you don’t need to worry about getting taken out at a loss, and can simply hold a bit longer and the price will move up.

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Below is a candlestick chart example with a daily view of a stock that has been running.

This stock is at high risk for topping because it has not paused to consolidate or correct in a sideways pattern, and therefore has very little support.

Avoid choosing stocks that are talked about by gurus, recommendation services, the nightly news, and big name companies. Instead, choose a stock that is in a technical pattern coming out of a bottom. See the chart example with a daily view below.

If you entered this stock on one of the two green arrow days, the entry on either day was not ideal and the stock retraced due to short term traders taking profits. However there are 3 levels of solid support beneath your entry and this support gives you peace of mind. You don’t have to worry about the stock falling in price suddenly due to topping, and you are in the stock when it gaps up and continues upward.

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Summary

Making money in the stock market by investing and trading requires an education, practice, and experience. Learn how to use proper technical tools, find stocks quickly, and analyze them with Spatial Pattern Recognition Skills™ for consistent success in investing and trading.

Technical Analysis is the study of the movement of Price and Quantity over time in investing instruments. Put simply, it is Chart Study. Charts are available for Stocks, ETFs, Indexes, Futures, E-minis, Forex, Mutual Funds, Pink Slips, Bulletin Board Stocks, and more. It is not a crystal ball approach to the markets, as many think. It is anticipating future price action based on the sentiment that has been typical for a trading instrument in the past.

Trade Wisely,

Martha Stokes CMT

TechniTrader technical analysis using TC2000 charts, courtesy of Worden Bros.

Chartered Market Technician
Instructor and Developer of TechniTrader Stock & Option Markets Courses

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