Category: Futures

Looking Back and Looking Forward

We are approaching the end of the year 2016 that has been a roller-coaster ride in the markets. Looking back at the charts of various markets with AbleTrend signals may help you to change your perspective. Looking Back             This is the big picture of the Dow Jones Industrial Average […]

Take advantage of the current market condition with AbleTrend

Take advantage of the current market condition with AbleTrend Dow dropped 1500 from current high in 7 days, this is the worst start percentage wise in stock market history.  Analysts are predicting that 2016 could be lousy. Their prediction might be right to most of the investors but not for investors armed with AbleTrend. The […]

Psychological Preparation for Trading (6)

Psychological Preparation for Trading (6) Secret Six: Only move stops in the desired direction of the trend Where should you place your stops for the most protection? It’s easy when you place your stops at logical levels as dictated by AbleTrend.  A common mistake traders make is to arbitrarily place stops without respect to the […]

U.S. Crude Oil Prices Fall to Fresh Six-Year Low

U.S. crude oil futures fell more than 2 percent on Thursday to trade near their lowest price in six and a half years, as data showing a big rise in key U.S. stockpiles intensified worries over a growing global glut. A rise in the dollar, after higher U.S. retail sales in July and strengthening employment […]

WTI crude is testing key support

U.S. stocks fell Monday, dragged down by steepening declines in the price of oil. Monday’s selloff, which accelerated as the day went on, was sparked by ominous signs on the demand side that suggest the global economy may not ramp up enough to absorb all the oil in production. Over the past year, oil prices […]

Where should I place the initial protective stops

Traders tell us “my main problems in trading are…” Staying too long with losing positions Exiting too early with winners The greatest challenge for traders is knowing when to get out. If you can take control of the losing trades, profit will take care of itself.  What if you could systematically define the market’s key […]