Here are the 6 technical indicators you need to identify the most oversold stocks and ETFs every day: ConnorsRSI, the first and only quantified oscillator for traders to apply to their stocks, ETFs, and options trading 2-Day RSI 4-Day RSI Down Days Bollinger Bands® (%b) 5 Day Stretch MA You can learn more about these… [Read More]
In 2013, TradingMarkets provided a variety of articles on a variety of topics for our Research Newsletter subscribers … here are our 5 most popular: Learning From The First Pullback Strategy: The basic goal of the First Pullback strategy is to find a very strong stock that’s showing its first sign of weakness, and then… [Read More]
Bollinger Bands are a technical analysis tool and volatility indicator developed by John Bollinger in the 1980s that measures deviations in price relative to previous trades. There are bands that are positioned above and below a moving average. When volatility increases, the bands widen and when the volatility decreases, the bands become narrower. Read the… [Read More]
In an earlier newsletter we discussed some of the advantages of using the members of the S&P 500 as your trading universe. One effective way to trade S&P 500 stocks is by using a strategy based on Bollinger Bands ®, like the one we described in the Strategy Guidebook Trading with Bollinger Bands ® –… [Read More]
Join us for the final episode in our TradingMarkets training video series as we cover finding Bollinger Bands set-ups on a daily basis with the new TradingMarkets Screener.
Were very excited to announce our newest addition to the Connors Research Trading Strategy Series: ETF Trading with Bollinger Bands.
Here are 10 stocks for Friday’s trading that have the most extreme Bollinger Band readings. You can find the entire list here.
Learn how you can take advantage of this fully systematic, quantified approach to trading with Bollinger Bands and start applying it to your trading today.
Learn how to trade with one of the most powerful indicators currently available and find out why you should start trading with Bollinger Bands immediately.
With a growing number of stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) moving below their 200-day moving averages, more high probability traders are looking to the short side of the market for potential opportunities. Here are few opportunities short-selling traders should add to their lists.