In case you missed last week's webinar...

... We have posted it on the Trader's Blog for you.

Last week's Technical Trading Strategies webinar is now available to watch "on demand" along with all of MarketClub's previously recorded presentations.

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8 thoughts on “In case you missed last week's webinar...

  1. I'm a new subscriber and confused about how to use Donchian Channels(DC). I understood that buying at the bottom of the channel is predictably more likely to result in an eventual profit. In studying past history, I came across URA Global X Uranium etf and noted that on 1/7 the price was $19.21 and at the bottom of the DC with a weekly sell trade triangle (TT). On the 1/18, the price was 20.97 with a weekly buy TT at the top of the DC. On 2/1, still at the top of the DC the Monthly buy TT shows up. How does one buy at the bottom of the channel when the TT is giving sell signals.

    Kind regards,

    PS--I don't remember having any of the trouble described above with the webinar audio. The only trouble I had was keeping up taking notes. For a beginner like me you need to go real slow. Never-the-less it was helpful and I wish I had purchased Market Club sooner.

    1. Randall,

      Thank you for your feedback and welcome to market club.

      The Donchian channels of very useful if you have a score of + or -50 all the way up to around -65 to +65. It is not always possible using this strategy which is for trading ranges, as opposed to our Trade Triagles that are used for strong trends. I have included the rules for trade triangles and trading in stocks. This is the recommended strategy from MarketClub.

      How "Trade Triangles" work in stocks.
      The major "Trade Triangle" to watch in trading stocks is the monthly "Trade Triangle" as this triangle determines the trend. We use the weekly "Trade Triangles" for timing purposes. Let me give you an example, if the last monthly "Trade Triangle" is green this indicates that the major trend is up for that stock. You would then use the initial monthly "Trade Triangle" as an entry point and use the weekly red "Trade Triangle" as a stop out point. You would only reenter a long position if and when a green "Trade Triangle" kicked in. You would then use a weekly red "Trade Triangle" as a stop out point. Providing that a monthly green "Trade Triangle" is in place the trend is positive for the stock. The reverse is true if a red monthly "Trade Triangle" shows that the trend is down. You would then use the weekly "Trade Triangle" for entering and exiting the market.

      You may also want to take a look at this video we did on Donchian channels it may answer one of your questions and help you understand the concept more.

      Once again thank you for joining MarketClub and every success using our technology.

      All the best,

  2. I just finished watching the Technical Strategies Webinar, and the audio portion of that presentation was awful. In the first part, Susan's microphone was much louder than Allen's, and all thoughout the presentation, Allen's microphone was scratchy and hard to understand.

    1. Joe,

      Thank you for watching the Webinar and your feedback. We will certainly look into fixing Adam's audio on future Webinar's.


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