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There are around 16 FREE trading educational videos from authors like: Darrell Jobman, Brad Matheny, Gary Wagner, Linda Raschke, Adam Hewison, Joe DiNapoli and more, which traders, both beginners and experienced traders, should find them very useful.

Some of the featured videos are as follows:

1) Trading 101: Starting Your Trading Program
By Sunny Harris
In this video, author and professional trader Sunny Harris boils trading system design and analysis down to its most essential rules. In just a little more than an hour, you will discover the elements that are necessary to create a winning system, and you'll find out how you can apply each of these elements to your own trading. In addition, you will learn the 6 trading rules that will give you an edge, the 6 money management rules that will improve any system and the 6 essential steps to test your trading methodology.

2) Advanced Trading Applications of Candlestick Charting (73:53)
By Brad Matheny/Gary Wagner
In this video workshop, you will discover the crucial chart patterns that candlesticks reveal, how to interpret them and how to use them to pinpoint market turns. You'll also learn how to use candlesticks in combination with familiar technical indicators like Stochastics, %R, Relative Strength Index and Moving Averages to create a dynamic, synergistic and extremely successful trading system.

3) Spotting breakouts that lead to trend reversals (50:47)
By Darrell Jobman
Putting indicator clues together to identify setups for a new trend. As breakouts can be quite subjective, this video shows how to use other indicators and predict highs, lows and adopt multi-contract positions to provide profit.

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Hope this info can be useful to you.

Monday, December 10, 2007

Chart Patterns

Since we’ve discussed some of the common chart patterns, as usual, to be more organized, I’d like to put the links of all posts on this topic below, and place the link to this post on the top left corner for easier future reference.

Click the following links to read each of the posts:

1) Technical Analysis – Definition & Assumptions

2) Chart Patterns – Introduction

CONTINUATION PATTERNS:

3) ASCENDING TRIANGLE PATTERN
* Part 1: Ascending Triangle Formation
* Part 2: Ascending Triangle Important Characteristics

4) DESCENDING TRIANGLE PATTERN
* Part 1: Descending Triangle Formation
* Part 2: Descending Triangle Important Characteristics

5) SYMMETRICAL TRIANGLE
* Part 1: Symmetrical Triangle Formation
* Part 2: Symmetrical Triangle Important Characteristics

6) BULLISH FLAG PATTERN
* Part 1: Bullish Flag Formation
* Part 2: Bullish Flag Important Characteristics

7) BEARISH FLAG PATTERN
* Part 1: Bearish Flag Formation
* Part 2: Bearish Flag Important Characteristics

8) BULLISH PENNANT PATTERN
* Part 1: Bullish Pennant Formation
* Part 2: Bullish Pennant Important Characteristics

9) BEARISH PENNANT PATTERN
* Part 1: Bearish Pennant Formation
* Part 2: Bearish Pennant Important Characteristics

10) RECTANGLE PATTERN
* Part 1: Rectangle Formation
* Part 2: Rectangle Important Characteristics

11) CHANNEL PATTERN
* Ascending Channel Pattern
* Descending Channel Pattern


REVERSAL PATTERNS:

12) DOUBLE TOP PATTERNS
* Part 1: Double Top Formation
* Part 2: Double Top Important Characteristics

13) DOUBLE BOTTOM PATTERNS
* Part 1: Double Bottom Formation
* Part 2: Double Bottom Important Characteristics

14) TRIPLE TOPS PATTERNS
* Part 1: Triple Tops Formation
* Part 2: Triple Tops Important Characteristics

15) TRIPLE BOTTOMS PATTERNS
* Part 1: Triple Bottoms Formation
* Part 2: Triple Bottoms Important Characteristics

16) HEAD AND SHOULDERS TOP PATTERN
* Part 1: Head and Shoulder Top Formation
* Part 2: Head and Shoulder Top Important Characteristics

17) HEAD AND SHOULDERS BOTTOM PATTERN
* Part 1: Head and Shoulder Bottom Formation
* Part 2: Head and Shoulder Bottom Important Characteristics


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Related Topics:
* 10 Important Trading Lessons
* Learning Candlestick Charts
* Options Trading Basic – Part 1
* Options Trading Basic – Part 2
* Option Greeks
* Understanding Implied Volatility (IV)
* Understanding Option’s Time Value

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