Category Archives: Day Trading Lingo

Channeling Markets – Day Trading Lingo of the Day

As we talked before about trends – going up, going down, and sideways, these can all be channels as well. Basically what a channel is, is where the pivots make a perfect channel between each other. When it is a … Continue reading

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Indicators – Day Trading Lingo of the Day

The easy way to say it – indicators literally indicate when we get in and out of trades. The hard way to say it – there are thousands of indicators that are out there. And on top of that, thousands … Continue reading

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Charts – Day Trading Lingo of the Day

This is your Holy Grail. Without having a chart and indicators you will not be able to trade (successfully). Sure you can hear someone say to buy something at a certain price point either going long or short and call … Continue reading

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Financial Instruments to Trade – Day Trading Lingo of the Day

What does the world of music and the world of day trading have in common (besides relentless practice and repetition needed to succeed in both)? Instruments! We all know what musical instruments are all about. So what in the world … Continue reading

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Financial Markets – Day Trading Lingo of the Day

Have you ever noticed when the words day trading are mentioned the first impulse for people is to immediately think of trading the Stock Market. This is most natural since stocks is what the majority of the world knows best, … Continue reading

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