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  • Working Money: Average True Range by Sharon Yamanaka

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...Working Money: Average True Range by Sharon Yamanaka Average or extraordinary, "true range" is often referred to in stocks and commodities trading. But what is it? T rader, author, and technician J. Welles Wilder developed average true range (ATR) in t

Working Money: Get The "CAN" in CAN SLIM by Sharon Yamanaka

Working Money: Going Forward Using Stock Screeners by Sharon Yamanaka

Working Money: Good Stop, Bad Stop: Chandelier Exits by Sharon Yamanaka

Working Money: The Bowl Pattern Breakout by Sharon Yamanaka

  • Working Money: The Engulfing Pattern by Sharon Yamanaka

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...The Engulfing Pattern by Sharon Yamanaka This major reversal pattern is simple to use. You don't even need additional indicators. Find out how. Candlestick formations originated in 18th-century Japan, where the market action was explained in much the s

  • Working Money: When Candlesticks Cast Long Shadows by Sharon Yamanaka

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS...When Candlesticks Cast Long Shadows by Sharon Yamanaka Not all candlestick patterns are statistically significant. Some, such as the various stars, hammers, and hanging men, occur too frequently, in all possible places: in the beginning, middle, and end






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