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Strategy Trading Using Next Day Predictive Highs and Lows

We get a lot of questions here at INO.com about how to use highs and lows to predict market movement. As a treat to our blog readers we have asked Darell Jobman, a leading expert in technical analysis to share some his techniques. In this video workshop you'll discover how to putting indicator clues together to identify setups for a new trend.

Watch Now: Spotting Breakouts That Lead To Trend Reversals

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The INO.com Team

Getting New Insights From Old Indicators

Today's video contains one of the best lessons you ever will learn. It will teach you how to apply and integrate technical indicators into your trading plan. Not only will you gain a new perspective on traditional technical indicators, but you also will learn new ways to interpret some innovative indicators you that may not know about.

Along with that, you'll pick up, at least, two valuable new insights on the principles of momentum interpretation, and you will discover some of the major weaknesses that plague many of today's most commonly used indicators.

WATCH NOW: Getting New Insights From Old Indicators

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The INOTV Team

Strategy Trading Using Next Day Predictive Highs and Lows

INOTVWe get a lot of questions here at INO.com about how to use highs and lows to predict market movement. As a treat to our Trader's Blog readers we have asked Darell Jobman, a leading expert in technical analysis to share some his techniques. 

In this video workshop you'll discover how to putting indicator clues together to identify setups for a new trend. Darrell has been writing about financial markets for more than 35 years and has become an acknowledged authority on derivative markets, technical analysis and various trading techniques.

Watch Now: Strategy Trading Using Next Day Predictive Highs and Lows

Best,
The INO Team

Spotting Breakouts That Lead To Trend Reversals

We get a lot of questions here at INO.com about how to spot breakouts before they occur. As a treat to our Trader's Blog readers we have asked Darell Jobman, a leading expert in technical analysis to share some his techniques. 

In this video workshop you'll discover how putting indicator clues together to identify setups for a new trend. Darrell has been writing about financial markets for more than 35 years and has become an acknowledged authority on derivative markets, technical analysis and various trading techniques.

Watch Now:Spotting Breakouts That Lead To Trend Reversals

Best,
The INOTV Team

Trade with a Plan – Setting Your Limits

If you follow our blog, then you are definitely familiar with trader Larry Levin, President of Trading Advantage LLC. We have gotten such a great response from some of his past posts that he has agreed to share one more of his favorite trading tips as a special treat to our viewers. Determining the direction of the market can be tricky and just plain confusing at times, but Larry’s expert opinion keeps it simple and straight-to-the-point.

If you like this article, Larry’s also agreed to give you free access to his award winning book.

Today he’s going to talk about how setting your limits can help you avoid sabotaging yourself.

I think trading with a specific plan is one of the most sensible things a trader can do. It helps you learn and identify key areas to watch for in a market. More importantly, it helps you avoid sabotaging yourself because it helps keep your emotions in check. One of the key components of a trading plan is knowing your exits. One way to close an open trading position is with a limit order.

Limit orders target a specific price level – they won't be filled unless the market trades there

Limit orders are pretty straightforward once you get the hang of them. They are contingency orders. The market has to trade at a specified price level before it is even possible for the order to get filled. Even then, there is no guarantee that it will get filled. [Read more...]

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