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Weekly Newsletter 1075: Trading Videos – Indicators used for Trailing Stops & Exits? & Support and Resistance Levels for the Week Ahead

November 12th, 2021 Filed under futures trading education, Weekly Newsletter | Comment (0)

Cannon Futures Weekly Letter Issue # 1075

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Trading Videos 101: Curious on an indicator that can help you with EXITS? How about using a certain indicator as a trailing stop?

Watch the latest trading videos we have posted and see if you can pick a tip or two on trading smarter!

In this week’s newsletter we are sharing four videos, each a few minutes long. The videos discuss practical tips for trading and sharing our experience with you

1. Using Bolinger Bands as a possible tool for exiting trades

2. One way you can use the Parabolics study ( also known as PSAR) to manage current positions, possibly as a trailing stop

3. Different ways traders can utilize support and resistance levels in their trading.

4. Entering trades on a stop, using “price confirmation”.

5. Utilizing Range Bar charts for shorter term trading as a way to try and filter out some noise.

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Good Trading

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Trade Management is more important than Market Analysis….

February 24th, 2016 Filed under Future Trading News, futures trading education, Trading Guide | Comment (0)

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Hello Traders,

For 2016 I would like to wish all of you discipline and patience in your trading!

Greetings!

Trade management is more important than Market Analysis….

I have done this so many times before, my colleagues tell me when it happens to them as well as some of my clients….You have the perfect read on the market. The market actually ends up doing what you thought it would and in a BIG way…yet somehow you manage to LOSE money despite your perfect analysis. To me this is sometimes more frustrating than having a bad losing day.

What happened?

Poor trade management, that’s what happened.

Yes, reading the market well is a much needed quality if you plan on making money rather than contributing donations to the market but more important is how you manage the trade / position once you read the market. Much easier said than done, especially after the fact but here are some tips that I am hoping will assist you in the next time you have a good market read.

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