This course is about how to properly select an indicator for a stock. It will help you determine how to select the indicator and help you to identify which indicator best fits your needs. To gain a full insight of this course, you are expected to know about the basics of stock trading. Materials included are a quick "candle stick" reference guide to what a candle stick is pertaining to stock trading. You can also expect a short quiz in this course. Learn all about stock indicators and more in under two hours! You should take this course because it will help you to better understand how to use a technical indicator when selecting a stock and inform you on which indicator would best suit you.
To ensure you log in and change.
When and why you should only change the settings and what it does.
Quick Guide to read.
Learning how to use the MACD the right way.
Indicator I used for a very long time. Simply and easy and great profits
How to tell if the market is Overbought or Oversold
Simply indicator that plots three lines
What I normally use to trade
The indicator that made my head hurt but powerful.
How to setup easy and support and resistance lines.
Great indicator to add on to give you an idea of how much the stock or insturment will move in that time period.
Chaikin Money Flow indicator
Odd but good indicator widely used.
Show you how the Donchian Channels work.
Will teach you what not to do to make things easier and profits more.
Easy way to back test your ideas
Will explain why you should never use this and push anybody off a building that suggest you to use it.
Wish someone would have told me this long ago.
Tips to avoid.
Similar to ATR Trailing stop
With over 10 years of combined management and sales experience with Fortune 500 companies, Troy D. Johnson has learned what it takes to sell and promote a product. He’s won several awards in the process and was ranked in the top twenties when selling cars in the Southeast Region. He’s been actively trading since 2004 in such financial instruments as futures, options, and stocks. He holds an Associates degree in Finance and has taken several courses on trading. He uses a technical trading style that incorporates indicators. Through continuous practice, Troy has enhanced his expertise in trading.
When he’s not trading, Troy writes, blogs, draws, and cooks for fun. He prides himself on being accessible and can be reached via email or messaging to answer questions about the course. He also believes learning should be fun. That is why he aims to incorporate fun learning styles and attention-grabbing animation. Join him as he teaches you how to take life less seriously and take your money to the max!