Moving averages (MAs) are generally thought of as trend-following indicators. New research demonstrates that MAs are also useful as mean-reversion indicators. Trading Stocks & Options with Moving Averages; A Quantified Approach explains how to use MAs to find stocks that are oversold in the short-term and due for a bounce. The new guidebook provides specific… [Read More]
“I bought an oversold market. Now how do I get out?” Here are two top exit strategies that high probability traders – including PowerRatings traders can easily apply.
What awaits traders after President Obama’s state of the union speech? Kevin Haggerty expects it to be little more than a game of “3 card Monty.” See how he thinks the market will react following the speech.
How should traders act and react to this season’s earnings announcements? Read Kevin Haggerty’s bi-weekly stock market commentary and learn how to trade like one of the great minds of our day.
When looking for the best stocks and exchange-traded funds (ETFs) to trade each day, be sure to keep these rules and resolutions in mind and you’ll have some of the biggest quantified short term edges on your side every time.
Here’s how the 200-day or even 5-day moving averages can help short-term, high probability ETF traders to gain a trading edge.
After days like the past two market rallies, traders might feel the urge to “just buy anything” in order to be part of the excitement. Here’s how to stay discipline in your approach and avoid chasing the runaway market.
Larry Connors shares his strategies on shorting overbought leveraged ETFs below their 200-day. With this precise approach to trading, you’ll get the added leverage and you’ll be on the right side of the market.
TradingMarkets contributing writer Tim Bourquin shows you how to combine pivot points and specific moving averages to find trading opportunities each day in the markets.
Traders can use a variety of techniques to let them know when profit-taking time has come. But one of our favorites has been and remains the 5-day moving average exit.