It is said that "A Journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step".
The things below are some of the stuff that I have I discovered about the stock market over the years. I think rather than keeping it in the mind, it is good to just put all of them down in one place because writing things down helps to clear ones mind and perhaps some may stumble upon this site and benefit from all these.
As you go through this site and click on the start here button you are actually embarking on a great journey of discovery. You are about to discover:
I have found it helpful to list the education on this site like a book. It is highly recommended that you start with the first chapter and then move down the rest of the chapters. This way, you will be able to grasp the important foundation as well as build a solid understanding of how to analyze the markets like a professional. Since this website is ever evolving, I will continue to add more and more education and observations as time goes by. So, in a way, these chapters and lessons are not stagnant.
Here I will like to give you a bird's eye view on what you can expect to learn.
Chapter 6 (Multiple Time Frame Analysis)
Chapter 6B (Breakouts, Pullbacks And Gaps)
Chapter 7 (Bullish Continuation Patterns)
Chapter 8 (Bullish Reversal Patterns)
Chapter 9 (Bearish Continuation Patterns)
Chapter 10 (Bearish Reversal Patterns)
Chapter 11 (Market Timing)
Chapter 12 (Trade Management)
Chapter 13 (Advanced Skills)
Chapter 14 (Intermarket Analysis & Sector Analysis)
Chapter 15 (Trading Psychology)
Chapter 16 (Case Studies)
Chapter 17 (Interesting Knowledge)
Trading Strategies For The Busy Person
May 05, 22 10:24 AM
What is the market doing and what is it likely to do?
Apr 27, 22 09:01 AM
As we enter April, will we continue to move higher or will there be a correction coming?
Apr 13, 22 11:46 PM
Apple is one of those stocks that we should look at almost every day. The reasons is because it is a component of the Dow Jones, the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq.
Apr 12, 22 09:38 AM
Here are a list of stocks that are at their 50 MA and 200 MA. The 50 day moving average and 200 day moving average can be a support area where stocks bounce off
Apr 12, 22 09:34 AM
Here are a list of stocks that have broke out or about to break out. Breakout stocks can often give us a good reward to risk ratio.