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Brian Shannon is a full time trader (with 20 years of experience), educator and author of the highly regarded book Technical Analysis Using Multiple Timeframes . Brian is best known for his technical analysis videos which are the #1 most subscribed financial videos on Youtube. Brian is an investor, senior contributor and advisor of stocktwits.com . This subscription consists of three separate components, each easily worth the price of subscription
Technical Analysis, Studies, Indicators: Back to the List of Studies Description: breadth indicators in technical analysis, stock market sentiment analysis, charting, chart example, formula, calculations and how to use. McClellan oscillator has been developed by Sherman and Marian McClellan. McClellan oscillator is a breadth indicator and is based on the advancing and declining issues. McClellan oscillator is calculated as a difference between the fast (shorter moving average) and the slow (longer moving average) exponential moving averages applied to the net advances.
The American Association of Professional Technical Analysts is the premier place for accomplished professional technicians to engage in networking, open dialogue and thought-provoking get-togethers. AAPTA provides a forum for its members to share research and resources, exchange ideas on Technical Analysis and the markets, and facilitate the highest level of professionalism in our field. Members share ideas and information through AAPTA's online forums, while the nation's brightest minds in the business speak at AAPTA's annual conferences. One-day brainstorming meetings also foster the intellectual development of our members. Strict entrée requirements ensure that members are proficient and set the highest standards when it comes to professionalism and ethics. Our membership includes the sharpest minds among money managers, analysts, advisors and traders.
Every day that stocks are traded, financial publications list the number of stocks that closed higher (advances) and that closed lower (declines). The difference between these numbers is called the daily breadth. The running cumulative total of daily breadth is known as the Daily Advance-Decline Line . It is important because it shows great correlation to the movements of the stock market, and because it gives us another way to quantify the movements of the market other than looking at the price levels of indices. The second chart shows an example of the daily breadth.
Hi all, Well I have been doing this on and off for the last year on my blog, but am finding it hard to maintain 4 websites on various topics all at the same time, so I thought why not move my trades here with the friendly folk of FF. My system uses a few different indicators, it is one that has been a while in the making, but has proved successful over the last year of trading. Ok first a chart before the explanation: Ok here is a rundown of each indicator, some other information, a link to download it for MT4 if they don't come standard, as well as how I use them: Bollinger Squeeze ( more information | download ) Settings: 20,2,20,1.5,10 The bollinger squeeze is the foundation of my entry warning system, I enter generally only during blue zones, i.e. when a blue dot appears. I do not however use the common method of waiting for the first red dot after the blue, but attempt to pre-empt the move early on.
By Colin Twiggs March 28th, 2013 9:30 p.m. ET (12:30 am AEDT) These extracts from my trading diary are for educational purposes. Any advice contained therein is provided for the general information of readers and does not have regard to any particular person's investment objectives, financial situation or needs and must not be construed as advice to buy, sell, hold or otherwise deal with any securities or other investments.
The Euro – Great British Pound Franc currency pair is a currency pair often with slow moving trends. Since its inception, the fate of the Euro has been tied to the United Kingdom. The economies are mutually tied due to geographic proximity and have had exceptional trade relations. This fundamental factor has helped the Euro zone grow and is seen in the appreciation of the EURGBP pair moving as much as 4117 pips from the 2000 low to the 2007 high at .9805. Pictured below we can see the ascent of the EURGBP, begging near the inception of the Euro in 2000.