Now that we’ve covered the initial basics of what swing trading is, and covered why buying above the 200-day moving average is so important, we can move forward to another core rule of successful swing trading: buying on pullbacks. To briefly summarize – a pullback refers to a market closing lower than it did the… [Read More]
A few months ago the research team worked on a strategy that we named First Pullback. As often happens with our research, the strategy performed moderately well in our back testing without truly distinguishing itself compared to other strategies that we’ve published. Today’s article will present the rules for the First Pullback strategy. In its… [Read More]
While the overall quality of S&P 500 stocks has prompted many traders to stick with buying and holding these securities, more and more trading professionals have begun looking for a way to take advantage of short-term price weaknesses in the S&P 500 before a stock reverts from a pullback. Our latest addition to the Connors… [Read More]
Join Senior Researcher Matt Radtke for the final installment of our Pullback trading series as we drill down into analyzing a complete trade using the ConnorsRSI Pullback Strategy.
In this latest installment of our Pullback trading series, Senior Research Matt Radtke defines the exit rules for the ConnorsRSI Pullback Strategy and highlights the importance of having a quantified exit.
Join Senior Researcher Matt Radtke in the latest installment of our Pullback trading series to learn the complete set of quantified entry rules for the ConnorsRSI Pullback Strategy.
In the 2nd part of our Pullback trading series, Matt Radtke details the ConnorsRSI trading oscillator and explores they key role it plays in the ConnorsRSI Pullback Strategy.
Join Senior Researcher Matt Radtke for our latest in-depth article series on pullback trading featuring the brand-new ConnorsRSI indicator. In this first installment Matt explores the fundamentals of trading pullbacks.
Richard Miller demonstrates a strategy aimed at applying Larry Connors’ RSI(2) approach to trading pullbacks in Wall Street’s best stocks.
In this article, Richard Miller shows you how to be more profitable by trading quality stocks that are pulling back.