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The Heikin-Ashi technique is a derivative of the Japanese candlestick analysis.
In layman terms, Heikin-Ashi is like a moving average of the candlestick price movements.
This technique helps to filter out market volatility on a short term basis so that it’s easier to see the trend from the candlesticks.
In this article, the author offered some insights on how you can potentially use the Heikin-Ashi trading strategy obtain a clearer candlestick chart and find potential trading ideas.
Many retail traders and investors constantly search for the holy grail of trading and investing, but most of them fail to generate returns over the long run.
They often attribute their failure to a poor trading or investing strategy but the reasons for their failures was actually simpler than that.
In this article, the author provided just one reason each for traders going bust and investors going lost.
If you can simply internalise the learnings here, you are on your way to becoming at least a surviving trader.
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Swing trading is one of the most ideal trading timeframe for part-time retail traders.
However, there are numerous things you have to take note of before you diving into the specific swing trading strategy to use.
In this interview, a professional swing trader answered 23 questions about his trading methodology, and how he uses trading volume to make his trading decisions and what technical indicators works for him.
Dive in and start getting some inspiration right now!
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