Technical Analysis Using Multiple Timeframes by Brian ShannonHow to enter established trends at low risk, high profit levels
Recognize and profit from the cyclical flow of capital through all markets
Estimating profit potential in a trade
Correct stop placement for preservation of capital and maximization of winners
Tips on how to recognize and control costly emotional decisions
Why fundamental analysis matters
Brokerage firm dirty tricks to profit from your account with hidden fees
Learn to anticipate rather than react to price movement
Specific strategies for entering, managing and exiting long and short trades
Short squeeze dynamics
How to properly analyze and use volume and moving averages
When the Level 2 screen is helpful
And Much More!
Technical Analysis Using Multiple Timeframes By Brian Shannon Book Review
Technical Analysis Radio Season 1 – Episode 4: Brian Shannon
Shannon published his acclaimed book entitled Technical Analysis Using Multiple Timeframes in to educate beginning and intermediate day traders on the tools and techniques that have made him "one of the best indie traders in the business". In the book The Stocktwits Edge, Howard Lindzon wrote "it is not by accident that about one-third of the traders featured in this book point to Brian as a mentor who has had the biggest impact on their careers. Shannon runs a swing and day trading service which is focused on: low risk, high probability trade ideas presented as daily educational videos and a chat room through his Alphatrends web site as well as live webinars. Shannon was born in Denver, Colorado though his parents lived in Aurora, Colorado at the time. They later moved to Andover, Massachusetts where he grew up.
An instant modern stock market classic, this book by Brian Shannon AlphaTrends brings the stock market to life by teaching readers about stock market structure and the psychology of how price moves. The book is written for investors and traders alike of all skill levels. By understanding the people investors and traders and the mechanics behind the stock market, the author aims to help readers identify a trading edge regardless of your investment timeframe long term, active investing, swing trading, or day trading. This book also introduces readers to the art of trading, actually getting in the game. Readers will learn identify low-risk, high-profit trades followed by how to manage trades with risk management techniques. The author discusses the stock market from many angles including financial fundamental analysis, financial industry effects on stocks, how and why stock patterns repeat, and stock trading techniques.
Stocks typically decline much faster than they rise (fear vs greed). • Stick to stocks in a Stage 4 Decline, Stocks in a downtrend are “guilty.
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