Finding It Hard to Select Stocks to Trade, Heres How

By: readtheticker | Wed, Nov 9, 2011
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Finding It Hard to Select Stocks to Trade, Heres How

If you are finding it hard to select stocks to trade, you're not a dunce, it's just that you don't have the right tool set to help you find stocks that have one side of the market in charge (ie Bulls or Bears). We use our RTTVolumeWave indicator and Swing scanner to reveal stocks that clearly show the bulls are in charge, because we like going long.

Gold Stock: AUY

In the chart below you see that the green bars are dominating the red bars. Once we know the bulls are in charge we throw on the Wyckoff 2 logic and trade away.

Learn more about Wyckoff 2 and RTT VolumeWave via the General Information pages from our site.

AUY

 


 

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