Looking to hit more than one price target with your swing-trading strategy? Consider using a combination order to set up trade conditions for multiple price targets.
The success of every trade involves three elements: the entry, the exit, and what happens in between. Here’s a look at the trade life cycle.
The monthly U.S. Employment Situation report—commonly called the jobs report—is perhaps the most closely watched fundamental indicator for traders and investors. Here’s why.
Following trendlines, pennant formations, and other chart patterns can help you identify potential places to enter and exit trades.
Trading stocks? Learn basic price chart reading to help identify support and resistance and market entry and exit points.
Traders and investors often use limit orders as a way of buying stock at their chosen entry point. Put spreads can be used to pursue similar objectives.
Learn how to structure a trade designed for uncapped profit potential.
Random decisions lead to random results. Consider using MACD and stochastic indicators more consistently to get in and out of trades.
Technical analysts use support and resistance to identify areas of supply and demand.
Support and resistance are two of the most important concepts in technical analysis. How can investors potentially gain an edge by applying them?
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