Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Some big techs at key levels

This post is for education purposes only and should not be interpreted as a trade recommendation. Options trading may not be suitable for all investors. The February-March volatility swoon planted some top stocks at key levels....

This is why selling volatility can be dangerous

This post is for education purposes only and should not be interpreted as a trade recommendation. Options trading may not be suitable for all investors. February's market crash taught the dangers of selling volatility. Yesterday...

Are Bonds Stabilizing?

This post is for education purposes only and should not be interpreted as a trade recommendation. Despite all the buzz about a hawkish Fed, interest rates are starting to fall. Yields on the three major Treasuries...

Window Linking: Ideal Tool in Volatile Markets

It's easy to lose track of things when the market swings wildly like it did last week. So, let's review a TradeStation feature that's especially handy in times of volatility: Window linking. As most users...

Suddenly Breadth is Getting Better

Technical analysts often use "breadth" to determine the market's internal strength. Simply put, it's considered bullish when a greater number of companies is rising. And, it's potentially negative when only a narrow subset of...

Potential Breakout in Oil

Energy had rough start to the year, but bullish things may be happening in the futures market. WTI Crude Oil Contracts (@CL on TradeStation) appear to have broken out of a triangle that's formed over...

Strategies: The Heart of TradeStation

Trading strategies lie at the heart of TradeStation. The reasons are simple. Emotions cloud our judgment. Picking entries and exits causes stress. It's also hard for mere mortals to maintain consistency -- particularly when managing risk. That's...

In Search of New Leaders in Tech

This post is for education purposes only and should not be interpreted as a trade recommendation. Man, TradeStation is seriously cool. Earlier this week I created a special indicator to find sectors of the market holding...

What the Numbers May Say About Banks

This post is for education purposes only and should not be interpreted as a trade recommendation. There are many ways to measure strength in the market. Simple price appreciation is perhaps the most common, but...

Has General Electric Finally Bottomed?

This post is for education purposes only and should not be interpreted as a trade recommendation. General Electric (GE) has been a member of the Dow Jones Industrial Average for over a century, and at...
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