How to Trade Stock Streaks - Exploring a Reversal in CCI Mar 02, 2021

The following is a brief exploration of whether or not to play for a reversal after a multiple day streak. In this case, CCI had a 7 day streak to the downside (close-to-close) on March 2, 2021.

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Edges from Seasonality - Planning Trades Ahead of Time Mar 02, 2021

The following is supplemental to The Last Half-Hour of Power Show on Feb. 26 by Premarket Prep, which you can watch below:

 

Framework

Since Seasonality Data is known ahead of time:

  • Develop...
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Trading the Open - How to Find Morning Stock Trades in 2021 Feb 04, 2021

The opening print is one of the most liquid times of the day besides the closing print. Often investors and speculators pay a premium at the open relative to how it trades for the day....

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Exploring CAT vs DE potential Pair Trade Jan 09, 2021

Not sure if the market will continue up?

Nervous about the risks presented by this rising market?

Let’s talk Pair Trading...

by Rob Friesen

 

Caterpillar Inc: CAT (NYSE) vs. Deere &...

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Paper Trading, its Perks and Drawbacks Nov 27, 2020

Paper trading has become a regular offering in the financial world with many brokers offering paper trading services to their customers. However, as a trader, you need to know what it is and how it...

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How to Trade Stocks After Hours Aug 31, 2020

Prior to 1991, US stock markets were only open between 9:30am and 4pm (EST) and that no-one was able to trade outside of those regular trading hours (RTH), also known as standard hours or day...

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How to Become an Active Day Trader Aug 19, 2020

The ability to work from home, set your own hours and use your money to generate further income are all big drivers for people to learn how to become a day (active) trader on the stock market....

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How Pair Trading Works May 31, 2020

We recommend reading What is Pair Trading before the rest of this article.

 

We think of the combined stocks as a “unit”.  We can either be Long or Short the unit or the pair....

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