High Probability Technical Trading Meetup

(Last Updated On: March 6, 2016)

High Probability Technical Trading

Sholom B is ready to do another hot topic Meetup

Profit from recurring psychological patterns in the market

1) Basic Technical Indicators

2) What doesn’t work and why

3) What does work and why

4) Technical Indicators that work

5) Confirming indicators

6) Technical Patterns

7) Trends, Cycles, Support/Resistance, Momentum

8) Pups and mini-pups

9) How to find stop busters

10) Elliottwave Theory: The one pattern that works

11) How to find big trends: trends that just go on and on.

On Thur Mar 31 at 8PM EDT

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High Probability Technical Trading

Thursday, Mar 31, 2016, 8:00 PM

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High Probability Technical TradingSholom B is ready to do another hot topic MeetupProfit from recurring psychological patterns in the market1) Basic Technical Indicators2) What doesn’t work and why3) What does work and why4) Technical Indicators that work5) Confirming indicators6) Technical Patterns7) Trends, Cycles, Support/Resistance, Mo…

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