Trade Analysis

Understanding how a chart looks and analyzing the proper trade associated with a chart pattern both in real-time and after the trade has taken place are important tools that every trader should be using. In this area you can browse the four different types of analysis that we do. Our daily analysis contains an overview of the trades placed that day with a summary of why they were chosen and how they performed. The other three types of analysis are more in-depth explanations for why a certain trading strategy was chosen, how it was identified and then executed.

$TNXP Premarket Runs Fades

With the premarket high made and a fade already occuring I was looking for a morning spike that I could short into, risking against premarket highs and a fade I could exit out of.

$STAF Pops Drops Fades

The strategy for trading $STAF was to use the premarket high and any breakout with whole and half dollar point as resistance. If I could get a good short entry against one of those resistance points, my stop price would…

$HYRE Morning Spike Fade

I was looking at the premarket highs to take a short position against, but since there was no real resistance there, I decided to use the whole dollar level for a short against $4.

$XBIO Runs Bounces Runs

Once this stock made it to or over premarket highs I was very interested to take a trade at a lower-low. So I was looking for $XBIO to make its high and then to catch the trend downward.