Ten Reasons to Keep Track of Volume

What is volume? Volume is the number of shares or contracts that exchange hand in a given period. The data is most often presented in the...

Vanilla Options – Trade Like a Pro

A vanilla option is just an expression meaning a basic formula. An ice cream that is vanilla contains just one simple flavour. Definition A vanilla option...

Cognitive Biases in Trading – Part 2

This is second part of the article about cognitive biases. When any professional sportsman is interviewed, the first thing he talks about is often eradicating...

Cognitive Biases in Trading – Part 1

Although it is a sweeping generalization, it li likely that every trader at every level of knowledge and experience suffers from cognitive bias. That is...

Box Theory in Trading Pt 2 – Price Action & Fibonacci

Recently we published first article about box theory. It gave a definition of box theory. In this one we can see practical uses in trading. Box theory...

India’s Stock Market: Nothing “Random” About It

See how beautifully India's 8-year long bull market follows a clear Elliott wave fractal pattern By Elliott Wave International Every day, the mainstream financial experts...

Box Theory in Trading

In a previous article ‘Supports and Resistances are Crucial to Read the Markets’ in which we described how to set levels and areas with influence...

Support & Resistance: Vital indicators for reading the market

When looking at a chart we try to disseminate levels at which the price has a tendency to change direction, to react somehow. Spotting...

Harmonic Trading: Most Efficient Patterns

Harmonic trading is another strategy presented on Comparic.com. Below we present details of the system used by Peter Drabik. He uses these patterns to...

Three Ways of Using Moving Averages in Trading

Traders are constantly on the lookout for new, improved methods to predict market movements. Most often they are looking to use modern technology. However,...

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