In our first installment of this series, we established the simple fact that price action in ALL financial markets behaves quite predictably around its open range of the actual pit session hours. Not every day… but more days than not. Anytime you can find any price behavior that repeats itself more often than not, you… [Read More]
Market terms that traders commonly use such as “price action” and “trends” are relative by comparison. For the purely intraday traders out there and/or traders who look to establish trade positions with longer hold times expected, measuring the current trend with price action itself can be made simple and highly effective. The concept we’ll disclose… [Read More]
Charles Kirk, trader and publisher of The Kirk Report, is one of the lucky few who spend his days not toiling for a boss or haggling with co-workers, but instead by trading stocks. Here he gives us some insight into his work as a trader and his writing at The Kirk Report.