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"How to Trade Stocks Successfully" by Martha Stokes CMT

Why a Stock Market Education is Important

Trading Stocks is becoming an alternative career for many people. It offers a variety of opportunities and advantages that working for a corporation does not. The first step in learning how to trade stocks successfully, is to understand what you need to do to trade a stock for short term profits.

This requires finding a stock that is poised to move up in price, but that also has what is called a “low risk entry.” What is meant by a “low risk entry” is how the price has moved in recent days. There are patterns in a stock chart that tell you, when a stock is ideal for buying with a low risk.

Risk is calculated by the use of a Stop Loss, which protects your capital and profits should the market suddenly go down.

You also will need to learn how to read a stock chart with accuracy. A stock chart is merely a historical set of data that shows how the price moved, and how many traders or investors bought the stock during that period of time.

How to trade stocks successfully means you are able to read the stock chart correctly, which will tell you which Market Participant Groups were buying the stock, and this is critically important information.

Below is a chart that is showing what is called a “bottom,” or when a stock stops a Downtrend. This is when it begins a recovery returning to moving in an Uptrend, which is what traders want to trade for short term profits.

 

The stock chart also shows resistance, which is where the stock will either stop moving up and move sideways, or retrace which is a brief period of price moving down.

Stock charts do not predict what a stock will do. However, they are a necessary and highly useful tool when considering a stock to trade. Certain patterns will indicate that the giant Buy Side Institutions using Dark Pools are buying giant lots of the stock in an accumulation mode. They want to buy millions of shares of a stock to put into their portfolios, to create the Mutual Funds which individuals invest in. However as an example, they cannot buy 10 million shares of a stock all at one time. So using the Dark Pools they buy the stock in increments over an extended period of time, and this creates a specific pattern on the stock chart.

When you see this pattern, it is time to buy the stock for a short term trade because the Dark Pool buying creates an underlying energy. They are pulling so much liquidity aka stock from the market that it alerts Professional Traders and High Frequency Trading HFTs firms, which quickly move the stock up in a fast momentum run.

Summary

When you understand why certain patterns form, who is controlling price, and how to calculate the best entry for the lowest risk then trading becomes easy and fun.

Learning how to trade the Stock Market does require a solid Stock Market Education. If you want to be trading quickly for extra income or as a career, then you need to take a Stock Trading Course. If you want to try to learn this all on your own, be aware that most people spend 5 -10 years attempting to do this and many thousands of dollars in “hard learned lessons and losses” before they may get it right. That all adds up to a lot of wasted opportunity, time, and money.

There is a lot to learn but you will find it fascinating, inspiring, and amazing. In learning how to trade stocks successfully by taking a course in Stock Market Education, you will be opening a door to a whole world that you had no idea existed.

I invite you to watch a Video or download an eBook about beginning trading on my website at TechniTrader.com HERE. Sign Up for full access.

Followers may request a specific article topic for this blog by emailing: info@technitrader.com.

Trade Wisely,

Martha Stokes CMT

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

Copyright ©2016 Decisions Unlimited, Inc. dba TechniTrader.  All Rights Reserved.
TechniTrader is also a registered trademark of Decisions Unlimited, Inc. 

Disclaimer: All statements, whether expressed verbally or in writing are the opinions of TechniTrader its instructors and or employees, and are not to be construed as anything more than an opinion. Student/subscribers are responsible for making their own choices and decisions regarding all purchases or sales of stocks or issues. At no time is any stock or issue on any list written or sent to a student/subscriber by TechniTrader and its employees to be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell any stock or issue. TechniTrader is not a broker or an investment advisor; it is strictly an educational service.

Posted on June 27, 2016 by Registered CommenterMartha Stokes CMT | Comments Off | EmailEmail | PrintPrint

"The Brexit Lesson" by Martha Stokes CMT 

England Vote Presents Uncertain Future

England has had a historic vote and half the population is ecstatic, believing things will get better overnight while the other half is wondering what it really means for their country.

The reality that will settle in for the British people over the next few weeks is that there will be no instant change in terms of economic growth, prosperity, and happier citizens. Instead the future is fraught with more uncertainty than has been present in England since WWII.

Revolutions sound wonderful, until the hard work of adjusting to massive changes begins. For the US Stock Market, the impact will be specific to corporations who are heavily vesting in the United Kingdom or have more than 10% of their revenue income from England.

Those corporations who do not have a strategic interest in Britain, will continue to grow on their original business cycle path with minimal disruption.

England, being an island nation imports heavily but the US is not its largest import country.

 

The US is one of the more important countries for exports for the UK.

The changes going on in England could potentially cause the British pound to fall in value against the US dollar, making imports cheaper from the UK for US citizens, companies, and corporations.

England Exports:

1. The mainstay of England’s exports are Professional, Scientific, and Technology Services.  As a small island nation, services are a huge part of its economy.

2. Information and Communication Technology are the second largest export from the UK to the US. If the pound loses value which is likely, then these services will be cheaper for US corporations.

3. Financial and Insurance Services are the third largest export. This is a big part of the financial industry, and again lower pound values will make these services less expensive to US corporations, and the financial industry in the US.

However, the percentage of UK exports to the US is small by comparison exports to Russia, Canada, India, United Arab Emirates, Germany, China, Hong Kong, and other countries. The US does not import or export heavily with England.

Although the US Stock Market sold off sharply on the day of the news of the Brexit vote passing with a small majority, the overall long term impact will likely be less than many traders and investors believe.

The hardship will be felt mostly in England as the total reinvention of their economy, financial system, Trade Agreements with other countries, Treaties, and standing in the world will be changing slowly over a far more extended period of time than many British may realize.

Summary

Change is exciting to imagine, but in reality change of this magnitude is always much harder with many surprises, disappointments, and challenges.

Most US companies are well postured to weather the storm of news media hype which inspires panic, fear, greed, and volatility in the markets. After the people of the world tire of this story, the markets will return to the underlying fundamental values that drive economies worldwide.

Go to TechniTrader.com for informaion regarding investing and trading in the Stock Market HERE. Sign Up for full access.

Followers may request a specific article topic for this blog by emailing: info@technitrader.com.

Trade Wisely,

Martha Stokes CMT

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

Copyright ©2016 Decisions Unlimited, Inc. dba TechniTrader.  All Rights Reserved.
TechniTrader is also a registered trademark of Decisions Unlimited, Inc. 

Disclaimer: All statements, whether expressed verbally or in writing are the opinions of TechniTrader its instructors and or employees, and are not to be construed as anything more than an opinion. Student/subscribers are responsible for making their own choices and decisions regarding all purchases or sales of stocks or issues. At no time is any stock or issue on any list written or sent to a student/subscriber by TechniTrader and its employees to be construed as a recommendation to buy or sell any stock or issue. TechniTrader is not a broker or an investment advisor; it is strictly an educational service

Posted on June 25, 2016 by Registered CommenterMartha Stokes CMT | Comments Off | EmailEmail | PrintPrint
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