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DrStocks
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A blog about technical analysis and psychology of short-term stock trading.
Interests: Technical analysis, stocks, simplicity, making money, beer, photography
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Concept, copy and execution are by me. Stock images have been used wherever necessary. Continue reading
Posted Jul 28, 2012 at Copywriter
Posted Jul 28, 2012 at Copywriter
Posted Jul 28, 2012 at Copywriter
Posted Jul 28, 2012 at Copywriter
Posted Jul 28, 2012 at Copywriter
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I once had an FB account. Then one day FB tried to force 'Timeline' down my throat and I said 'I've had enough'. I was already fed up with their erratic and often user-unfriendly, twice-a-week site makeovers and the timeline feature was just the last nail in that coffin. But... Continue reading
Posted Jul 17, 2012 at DrStocks
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Honestly, I don't know. Even more honestly, no one knows. But I am getting very uncomfortable just by looking at the signs. Yes, the signs. Because that is all we can do. I will keep this brief - I think the stock market is in for some serious plunge in... Continue reading
Posted Jul 11, 2012 at DrStocks
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Shorting stocks, mechanics of gaps and how to time the perfect trade. Continue reading
Posted Jul 11, 2012 at DrStocks
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How news is reflected in candlesticks. Read on to find more. Continue reading
Posted Jul 8, 2012 at DrStocks
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In my last post I mentioned how not having an opinion helps a trader. That is a loaded statement and I need to elaborate. It does not mean you should not have any opinion at all about a stock's price action. In that case you are better off having dinner... Continue reading
Posted May 30, 2012 at DrStocks
I will give you three options: 1) Being right 2) Making money and 3) Making the right decision even if that means you lose money. I hope most of you answered with either No.2 or 3 because if you answered with No.1 then you are in for trouble. Serious trouble.... Continue reading
Posted May 29, 2012 at DrStocks
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This is by far one of the worst traps for a momentum trader. I call this the flipped check mark. You see a stock going down for days and then suddenly it shoots up one day. You buy on momentum only to see it end in the red. The following... Continue reading
Posted May 26, 2012 at DrStocks
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May 26, 2012