7 Steps To Win With Logic - Technically Proven Strategies

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After nearly two decades of trading both individual stocks and ETFs I would consider myself a pure technical trader. Years ago I became a 'Stockcharts.com Certified ChartWatcher!' because I find technical analysis extremely powerful and its a logical way to trade and invest.

In essence, my trading revolves around crowd psychology or what I call 'Crowd Behavior'. If there is one thing in the stock markets that never changes, it's how crowds react to news, events, and extreme price swings. And more importantly how they over-react. Combining the strengths of monthly, weekly, daily and 30minute chart technical analysis we as technical traders can expect strong price movement within days of entering a position.

Be sure to read the short comments under each chart, they do provide a little more insight into what the chart shows.

Follow more of my analysis at www.TheTechnicalTraders.com





YOUTUBE VIDEO Feb 13th - https://youtu.be/XTqRBbMsUvU


This chart list is a quick basic snapshot of what I look at and look for in the markets. I am an active trader focusing on intraday swings during extreme short-term overbought or oversold levels within the SP500 futures market, and I follow and trade oil, gold, silver, miners, bitcoin fund, and whatever else is showing signs of a price reversal or expansion.





00001b - Follow The Market Indexes - NYSE

When this index breaks out of this pattern either to the upside or downside, the rest of the US stock market will follow its direction. History has repeated...

00001b - S&P 500 Large Cap Index ($SPX) 2

The Super bull market.... I posted this chart originally back in 2011/12 to be aware of...

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