Daily indicators appear bullish , weekly indicators have not exactly turned yet. Hoping for a quick 5% - 10%. Sorry that the chart is a bit messy, transitioning from Stockcharts.com so need to get used to new interface .
Trade ist aktiv:
Back to entry point of $9.85 with a double bottom on the daily chart.
I used the same layout when i first started but i noticed that sometimes I would get overwhelmed by all the different things going on, or they would give me mixed signals. Not saying it doesn't work for others It just wasn't for me. Is there anyone of those indicators you like more than the rest or are you trying them all out now and seeing which fits the best?
@Dem456, Appreciate you reaching out. At the time I didn't have paid status here so these were the 3 I was using while switching out the DMI with some other indicators such as a coppock curve and stochs. Honestly I have been an amateur TA for about 5 years but have never really found the time to study and learn as much as I should. Note that I already had you on my list of people that I am following. Doing well today with QUOT and NCTY and holding some HIVE below $4. Typically I find a daily chart that I like and then look at the weekly and hourly to see if it is appealing.
@Sentrex, Nice I see what you mean, if it works for you and your type of trading thats exactly what you want. One bit of advice about this site is that it has too many notifications so i just switch them all to only on the website in the settings to not get bombarded with emails.
QUOT was a real nice setup with a deep bullish crab from 21st of Dec to the 9 of Feb, good job on that one.
@Dem456, Thanks again - I am transitioning away from the penny stocks that I have always traded - just not enough time for all of the volatility! Appreciate your posts and look forward to picking up some new TA techniques :-)
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