Kicker Signals The Kicker Signal is one of the most powerful Candlestick signals. This is due to the signal having a gap built into it. In some cases the gap is very obvious. In other cases the gap is not always recognized by investors. As described in Mr. Bigalow’s book “Profitable Candlestick Trading”, the Kicker Signal dramatically illustrates investor sentiment has changed.
An easy-to-see, obvious reversal is the Island Reversal. It provides a dramatic reversal in that the enthusiasm that sent a price in a particular direction is countered with the same enthusiasm going the other way. In the example of Orbital Sciences Corp. ORB, Figure 29, the up-trend can be easily seen. At the top, after the buying enthusiasm created a long bullish candle, the
San-Ku – Three Gaps Up As mentioned in Japanese candlestick analys is, the num ber three plays a very relevant part of the investment doctrine. Many of the signals and formations consist of a group of three individual signals. It has becom e a deeply rooted num ber for the Japanese investment com munity whether applied to Ca ndlestick analysis or not. This
Frontline Stocks When you invest in the stock market, it is very important that you make a thorough research of the market situation. You can go for frontline stocks as there are brokers who feel that these stocks would lead the rally when the recovery starts. It is your hard earned cash and you would not wish all your money goes waste by investing in the bad
click here for PDF NEWSLETTER 21 April 2009 Daily Market Outlook: 21 April 2009 It started as a good day for the Indian equity markets as both the leading indices managed to trade in green but the market could not sustain the higher levels moving southward in the second half to close in red. While Sensex closed at 10979.50 (Down 43.59 Points) Nifty closed
Daily Market Outlook: 24 April 2009 It started as a gloomy day for the Indian equity markets but eventually turned out to be a bright one as markets recovered towards the close of trading session. With US markets tumbling yesterday, Asian markets opened on a cautious note and India was not an exception and entered the red zone after few minutes of trading. There was strong resistance at the
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Trends In the preceding section, we saw how support and resistance levels can be penetrated by a change in investor expectations (which results in shifts of the supply/demand lines). This type of a change is often abrupt and “news based.” In this section, we’ll review “trends.” A trend represents a consistent change in prices (i.e., a change in investor expectations). Trends differ from support/resistance
Nifty Trading You might have seen people investing a lot of money in the stock market with the hope of getting good returns from the investment that they have made. But there are some persons who go for nifty trading without having any knowledge about the same. You should have good knowledge of the market if you really wish to get good profits out of it.