Martin Pring – Technical Analysis for Short-Term Traders | Instant Download !
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Martin Pring, an internationally acclaimed technical analyst, shows today’s trader how using technical analysis and charting techniques can make short term trading accurate-and profitable.
In this information-packed video, Pring helps you: Identify the right indicators to use in active trading, How to use leading stocks to forecast intraday activity and What to expect after the opening range and much more to make the most accurate moves in this fast-paced arena.
Martin Pring’s reputation is flawless and his books and CD-rom training courses cover everything from Japanese Candlestick Charting techniques to developing a trading system. How, he comes into your home to help you perfect short term trading techniques with precision and power.
One of the greatest technicians in the industry has taken one of his best courses and made it even better with new tactics, new examples and his sharp and straight-forward insights. Traders’ Hall of Fame Award Winner, Martin Pring, walks you through how to identify the trend, confirm the trends and then apply short term tactics to exploit the trend. Inevitably, technicals don’t always follow the rules the key is to be able to recognize this and be positioned to react. With his years of expertise, he offers a unique and valuable guidelines for combining market psychology with technical analysis to protect your gains and see the explosive trades that others often miss.
This high powered course shows you:
-The three rules for determining the significance of a trendline
– How strong it is and how long will it continue,
-How to put the trend in context using multiple timeframes to even further increase your accuracy,
-Ways to use technicals to place optimal stops,
-Tactics for using these techniques in various markets –
-including currency, stocks, and commodities,
-What a retracement can tell you and why you shouldn’t trade until you know what it can do for your account,
-How to recognize exactly when support and resistance have been established and how to use it to make better trades.