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Hi,I’ve heard the term, going up on higher volume a lot and just wondering if there’s a short cut rather than looking at the charts. Below is a list of a few companies, with the 52 low date, sum of % gain days with volume* and sum of % loss days with volume*.  *From the 52 low date. Question is - does the sum of…

Stockopedia, I have been a full time trader for just over 3 years now, coming from a Data Analyst role in marketing. In that time i have developed my own software which found success in purely trading/investing the charts; with the theory somewhat been if the chart is showing all the correct repeating signs and patterns, other people have done the hard work of properly…

Simple question - which stock would you trade? Stock A) Currently has a stock rank of 80, but when you load the historical page you see it had a stock rank of 99 a month ago. Dropping 19 points. Or Stock B) Currently has a stock rank of 60, but when you load the historical page you see it had a stock rank of 41…

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When i stopped setting alerts for individual stocks, my win/loss ratio went up. I didnt know it at the time, but when you do set alerts for individual stocks, you are pushing your emotional attachment to your future self, and make it harder for you to eventually sell for profit in the future. I know other people will disagree with this - but i believe…

I think you have been reading the TA books upside down Warren. But collectively we are the ones that make the market - so who cares what my opinion is. If you make money that way, good for you :)

"If the shares dropped further from here and then started going up, then I would buy at the price which is lower than now" I dont mean to criticise, but analysising you quote, your desired outcome is for the share price to drop futher and then go up but lower than todays price. It would be the chart forming a lower high... And a lower…

By the sounds of it, you’re looking at a chart which is in a long term down trend. You then query if you should plan to buy below the current price. Why would you consider buying later when the chart will look even weaker?? Im a trader and not a investor, so i advise in situations like this you need to stay cool, be thankful…

Hi Stephen, As i say alot.... why dont you use a Fantasy Fund for this? Makes its hard for readers to work out if its successful. Cheers

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