Interesting Site...

Discussion in 'Educational Resources' started by Breakout, Aug 19, 2002.

  1. Here's a link to a site I just happened to stumble across that
    might be of interest to some of you guys just starting out ,
    or veterans that could use a refresher.

    There's a long list of indicators on the left side that give a
    brief description and a sample chart... plus, pertinent links.

    Anyway, I thought it was an interesting site and thought
    some of you guys might enjoy it.

    Have a great day!

  2. BillyG67


    Good Site Thanks for looking out for us newbie's
    Can never have to much reading!:)
  3. Glad you find it useful...:D
  4. Thanks breakout. has a good glossary and is also an excellent site. There is a very good introduction to candlesticks over there.
    I've got to do some research on these K channels everyone is talking about. I don't even know what they are.
  5. my question is,

    if any of this stuff was worth anything, why is it being given away free?
  6. BillyG67


    If I asked why, every time i trade i would be broke:)

    WHy is all the info on the internet free? There is alot of useful info there

  7. I don't know, dude. I guess that's the beauty of the

    Read the section on "stop losses"'s good, sound
  8. hey Breakout, If I'd spent as much time at this site as I did reading the posts on the Random Trading thread my life would be a lot less complicated.

    Here's 4 sentences which sum it all up. It will put you in the right mood to profit when random ocurrances start trending.

    I'm having a blast over there.'_logic.htm
  9. anyway, thanks for the link. The information is deceptively simple.
  10. Another example of what you just might find over there.

    Empirical tests carried out on various chart formations by Professor Earl Davis of Purdue University were profitable between 70 and 90 per cent of the time in bull markets and between 80 and 90 per cent in bear markets. Average gains (on profitable trades) were 2 to 3 times as large as average losses (on unprofitable trades). Thomas Dorsey describes the results of the study in Point & Figure Charting, including which formations had the highest success rates
    #10     Aug 21, 2002