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Published on Jun 11, 2013 Pristine teaches you how to use this strategy to day trade! The June 11th, 2013 Trade of the Day provides a specific trading strategy risking $1,000 to make a $2,900 profit. The best day trading, gap trading, technical analysis, candlestick reading and swing trading strategies are provided for stocks, options, futures and forex. *****NEW Power Trading Workshops - FREE Trading Courses***** *******bit.ly/bGOKih Sponsored by Mastertrader at www.mastertrader****
11 Jun 2013
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Pristine teaches you how to use this strategy to day trade! The June 13th, 2013 Trade of the Day provides a specific trading strategy risking $1,000 to make a $2,200 profit. The best day trading, gap trading, technical analysis, candlestick reading and swing trading strategies are provided for stocks, options, futures and forex. *****NEW Power Trading Workshops - FREE Trading Courses***** *******bit.ly/bGOKih Sponsored by Mastertrader at www.mastertrader****
13 Jun 2013
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Published on Jun 20, 2013 Pristine teaches you how to use this strategy to day trade! The June 20th, 2013 Trade of the Day provides a specific trading strategy risking $1,000 to make a $2,400 profit. The best day trading, gap trading, technical analysis, candlestick reading and swing trading strategies are provided for stocks, options, futures and forex. *****NEW Power Trading Workshops - FREE Trading Courses***** *******bit.ly/bGOKih
21 Jun 2013
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Published on Jun 25, 2013 Pristine teaches you how to use this strategy to day trade! The June 25th, 2013 Trade of the Day provides a specific trading strategy risking $1,000 to make a $3,500 profit. The best day trading, gap trading, technical analysis, candlestick reading and swing trading strategies are provided for stocks, options, futures and forex. *****NEW Power Trading Workshops - FREE Trading Courses***** *******bit.ly/bGOKih
25 Jun 2013
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The art of making candlestick lights has been around since basic periods. Of course, as time went by they have become much different in style than what they were back in the old periods. In the beginning, candlestick lights were required for warm and mild. These days they are used as knick knacks, have a lovely fragrance which enhances the weather of the weather and offer mild for loving meals and bathrooms.
26 Jun 2013
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This candle lights use for time on end, making them a great investment of both your time and resources. The line candle lights get rid of regular for 35 time. Column candle lights do not generate smoking. Some people experience disappointment looking for owners to put their line candle lights in. They will fit all normal tea light owners and rised base owners.Column candlestick lights are very wonderful and individual and they have a traditional look. These line candlestick lights have a point style rather than a sleek style. They add elegance and appeal to any atmosphere. Column candlestick is very easy to making personal.
27 Jun 2013
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Pristine teaches you how to use this strategy to day trade! The June 27th, 2013 Trade of the Day provides a specific trading strategy risking $1,000 to make a $3,400 profit. The best day trading, gap trading, technical analysis, candlestick reading and swing trading strategies are provided for stocks, options, futures and forex. *****NEW Power Trading Workshops - FREE Trading Courses***** *******bit.ly/bGOKih Sponsored by Mastertrader at www.mastertrader****
27 Jun 2013
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Five players on the U.S. roster for the match against New Zealand on Oct. 17 at Candlestick Park have San Francisco Bay Area connections. We talked to a few of them about returning to Northern California and the USA's first match in San Francisco in the 28-year history of the program. More info: *******www.ussoccer**** Subscribe to U.S. Soccer on YouTube! *******www.youtube****/subscription_center?add_user=ussoccerdotcom U.S. Soccer ...on Facebook: *******www.facebook****/ussoccer ...on Twitter: *******www.twitter****/ussoccer ...on Instagram: *******www.instagram/ussoccer ...on Foursquare: *******www.foursquare****/ussoccer
27 Oct 2013
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Vantage FX (*******www.vantagefx******) look at off-chart indicators and how they can assist with your trading. Off-Chart Indicators Today we are looking at a EUR/USD futures chart from 2005 on a front month rolling basis. We have plotted a futures volume histogram with a 10 period moving average volume. The pink line is the open interest on the futures contract, and below this we have the implied volatility on the puts (pink) and the calls (green). When the market is trending up, volume should be increasing as traders become increasingly confident in their views as they build positions, so the open interest should also be increasing. Through 2006 and 2007 we can see that the average volume was increasing up to 2008 when prices started to come down. At the end of 2008 the implied volatility on the puts soared from 9% up to 30% as people desperately tried to buy protection to the down move. After a lull it picked up again in 2010 as the euro rallied from 1.20 to almost 1.50 - and again, we see increasing volume. This week the implied volatility is back down to where it was pre-crisis. The pink puts are more expensive than the green calls on the Euro, except for this week where they've started to narrow together. The open interest has been increasing steadily since an interim low in early September, suggesting that some traders are adding to their long Euro positions. However the average volume is not backing this up, as it's flat. This week for the first time the implied volatility on the calls is the same as the put prices. The puts have tumbled down from almost 10% to 7% today. Now we are looking at a one hourly chart, where we can see that if you get big volume on a tiny price range it means there's a big tussle between buyers and sellers, where you often get a Doji candlestick.
28 Oct 2013
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Vantage FX (*******www.vantagefx******) look at risk-management techniques when trading. Risk Management -- Candlestick Patterns In this video, we look at the price action of a gold chart and use candle formations looking at how to incorporate them into your risk strategy. We identify a shooting star formation, which shows that buyers have lost momentum and the path of least resistance is downward. At this point, it is possible to enter a short position, with a stop loss above the recent highs. Previous candle formations show that the price also shows a previous high as well as an appropriate Fibonacci retracement. As we move through the chart, a hammer formation is established which suggests that the sellers have been exhausted. The chart shows where an appropriate trailing stop would have been placed and how the use of a stop could have helped to maximise the trend movement whilst reducing your risk.
13 Nov 2013
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Vantage FX (*******www.vantagefx******) look at risk-management techniques when trading. Risk management- Part 4 The USD/CAD chart is examined. A longer term timeframe has been used as this can negate the short term volatility which would prevent opportunities in the market being noticed. In this chart an uptrend can be clearly seen with trend lines being plotted to indicate this. In due course this uptrend fails and the upward trendline is broken and the market falls. Later on a candlestick known as a hammer can be seen which illustrates the buying is much stronger than selling which is typically indicative of a bullish pattern to follow. Also, using Stochastics traders can use this tool to gauge whether the market is oversold or overbought, where an opportunity is presented in the chart. This occurred at the previous trendline mentioned which instead of providing support this trendline became resistance. When strong opportunities are presented traders can place stop loss orders closer to the market.
15 Nov 2013
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Vantage FX (*******www.vantagefx******) looks at different chart types and what traders can decipher from them. Candlestick Chart Today we are looking at candlestick charts. The candlestick chart is the prefered tool for traders around the world, particularly in Asia where techncial charting began. Traditionally, if the candle is red, the closing price was below the opening price. If in blue, the opening prices was below the closing price. You can change the colour settings of each 'candle'. We refer to these as bullish or bearish candles. You can use various trends or candle figures to determine various types of technical analysis. Candles are also helpful when using Fibonacci retracements and technical analysis tools.
12 Dec 2013
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Vantage FX (*******www.vantagefx******) looks at different chart types and what traders can decipher from them. Ichimoku Cloud Each candlestick on this chart illustrates the price movement of each time-period, in this case an hour. The pale green line is a line chart of today's closing price, plotted 26 days ago. The 9-day moving average is based on the mid-point of the day, this is in purple. The black line shows the 26-day moving average, based on an average of the highest and lowest. The cloud is a combination of the 26-day moving average plotted forward in time, By using a combination of candlesticks, line charts and moving averages you are able to build the Ichimoku cloud.This formation allows you to understand where the intermediate trend lies.
13 Dec 2013
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Vantage FX (*******www.vantagefx******) looks at different chart types and what traders can decipher from them. Volume & Open Interest In this week's series we've been looking at the basic building blocks of creating charts to trade with. We've looked at different chart types, such as line, bar and candlestick charts, and in yesterday's video we looked at the construction of the Ichimoku Cloud indicator. Now, in today's video we're looking at both Volume and Open Interest. With a number of markets these tools do not have a lot of data to work with, but with Futures these can be quite useful.
16 Dec 2013
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