Market Structure EDGE Video
Our key metric is a simple 10-point scale measuring a stock’s probability for gains or losses. Here’s how we calculate it.
Whether you pick stocks with fundamental research or technical analysis, before you make an entry/exit decision, check #MarketStructure with Market Structure EDGE. All stocks are at all times on an arc between oversold and overbought. Improve your outcomes.
A disciplined method to finding entries and exits will lead to better results.
Market Structure Sentiment(TM) is the more potent of the two measures -- but both count.
Users of Market Structure EDGE should always track broad Market Structure Sentiment (TM) into #optionsexpirations. #Stocks often change directions then. #marketstructure #daytrading
We’re told #ETFs are #mutualfunds that trade like stocks. Impossible. “40 Act” mutual funds must be redeemable. ETFs are not. They’re stock substitutes fostering arbitrage – profiting on different prices for ETFs and the stocks they represent.
The stock market brings buyers and sellers of stocks together. Right? If only it were that simple. It’s really about how #exchanges pay #fasttraders to set prices, which becomes data to sell to brokers, who must buy it under rules governing how trades are...
The core metric for Market Structure EDGE is Market Structure Sentiment™, a simple ten-point scale for stocks from 1.0 Oversold, to 10.0 Overbought. All stocks at all times are somewhere on that arc, affecting your returns. And #marketstructure is the single largest...
It’s vital, #traders, to track how the #FAANGs -- $FB $AAPL $AMZN $NFLX (and throw in $TSLA $MSFT $AMD $SHOP as the pluses) – move from Oversold to Overbought to understand why the whole market rises or falls. Use Market Structure EDGE to do it.