A Trading Tool That Never Goes Out Of Style

Hello traders and MarketClub members everywhere, today I want to share with you a trading tool that never goes out of style. I learned about the power of this trading tool a long time ago when I was a member of the exchange and trading in the pits of Chicago.

It was there amongst all the hustle and bustle, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the most successful traders in the world that I learned one of the most important tools in trading. I have never forgotten this tool and in fact, I still use this tool every day when I'm researching a potential trade.

As computers get more and more sophisticated and can spit out trading algorithms faster than you can blink an eye, this simple tool continues to stand alone as a universal market truth. Little did I realize that this simple tool would prove to be so valuable.

So let's get started with this same tool that I have been using now for the past 30 years. I will also share with you one of the core secrets that most traders miss when they use this powerful trading tool.

It's a short lesson that visually illustrates when and how you should use this successful trading tool.

Every success with MarketClub,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-Creator, MarketClub

7 thoughts on “A Trading Tool That Never Goes Out Of Style

  1. Not much substitutes for chart patterns combined with volume. Breakouts on new highs/lows as well. "Elliott" wave is far too unreliable, need no further than to reference Prechter for confirmation.

  2. Trading a long time now but you don't seem to mention which trendlines. 10, 20, 50, 200... Time period, short (intraday) longer??? For others many great sites to teach this basic info. Stockcharts for one.

    1. Hi Lynn,

      You can use trendlines across all time frames and charts. I think you have trendlines confused with moving averages when you say 10,20,50 and 200. They are two totally different tools.


  3. Mister Adam.Thanks to approach very understandable even for the writer who does not know the language english.Can I hope for subsequent lessons trading?

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