Hi! My name is Stephen and thanks for dropping by my site.
I'm not going to waste your time. On this site you will be able to learn how to analyze the stock market. You will learn things such as:
Skip this if you already have some basic knowledge
If you have read all of these up to Level 12 then you are already capable of trading. The others below are supplements like vitamins to help you with the technical knowledge.
This is where after all the learning... we put all the knowledge together..case studies, case studies plus...so you can understand how all these technical things work out.
I write a stock market analysis and this is what I have done for readers of this website.
All of our analysis are documentated and archived in the US Stock Market Analysis page where you can check the accuracy of our analysis. Our track record speaks for itself in helping members get the best from their trades and investments.
Are you new to trend following or trend trading...
Then this new guide is for you.
Everything in life needs some strategy to win. From the winning strategy in basketball, to badminton to Olympics to building a business, writing a book, making a website or investing, you need a strategy in order to be able to make a living in the stock market. It does not matter what your investing or trading strategy is.
Your strategy needs to:
Did you know that 75% of all stocks follow the direction of the S&P 500, Nasdaq Composite and the Dow Jones Industrial Average? That's because these 3 indexes are a gauge of the US economy. The US Economy is the largest in the world and that's why these 3 major indexes will influence the other markets in the world.
I really love to analyze the market. Perhaps more than trading it because they tell such a nice story that is just like any other story in the cinema.
I use time tested technical analysis principles which are true today as it is 100 years ago. They are unbiased (at least based on what market are telling us) and I strive to make a 75% correct analysis. Nobody can be correct all the time.
In the past I have written stock market commentary and I stopped.
Then one day, when I check my email, I received an email from someone in the US. He asked me why I stopped writing and he told me my analysis are quite accurate. So from then on, I knew someone was benefiting from my work. I'm so happy that he loved what I do.
The quote by Benjamin Franklin still holds true today. In the world of investment, trading and the stock market, failure to gain education will mean losing a lot of money. Having been a student of the market for 10 years, I have gleaned and gained many stock market lessons. These are lessons and education that are not easily acquired.
It is my hope that future participants of the market will gain from my failures and knowledge and experience. I have slowly started to list more and more stuff on the stock market course as I discover more and more things about the markets.
I think the best way to analyze the stock market is just by looking at stock charts. Just notice how and why it behaves in a certain way and then see if the thing repeats itself again in the future.
The best way to be able to spot future big winners in the stock market is to study the past. The good thing about stocks is that there are patterns that repeat again and again over time. Therefore, if we want to spot future winners, just study the big winners in the past.
On this site, you will find hundreds of stock charts that show how a winner set up and look like before a big move happen.
Feb 25, 21 07:54 AM
In this week we will have a look at VUZI, KSS, PBCT, CBRE, SPG, KPOWER and the lessons from their chart.
Feb 17, 21 09:44 AM
In this week's chart lessons, we will be looking at NVDA, SPX and KLCI, LKCO and MVIS.
Feb 10, 21 08:10 AM
Let's take a look at the SPX and MSFT, TLRY and KGB this week. Continuation patterns can be strong indication of bullishness.
Feb 04, 21 12:21 AM
In this week chart lesson we will have a look at the S&P 500 as well as Top Glove and also Bitcoin.
Jan 25, 21 10:59 AM
This week's chart lessons. Some interesting developments in TSLA and AAPL.