The natural movement of a rising (stock) Breakout trading vs trading the dips

Pure price action vs indicators

A rule of thumb: the FPB (first price bar)

PART I: Using charts for entering a trade
1-the most reliable price/volumes patterns
The cup with handle The double bottom The flat base

2- how to recognize accumulation price patterns
Tight bar price
Volatility contraction
3- how to recognize healthy patterns vs faulty patterns

4-how to identify the pivot point 5- « exotic » price patterns Bottom fishing
Bear trap
Resistance line breakout (RLB)
Explosive opening gaps

PART 2: Using charts for exiting a trade
1- Exits into strength
-exhaustion gap -hypertrophied bar price (HBP)

2- exits into weakness
-the elevator rule, -rise with no volumes, -the lowest low, -Don’t stay to long... -reversal price action.

Many examples of trades on different periods and time frames
How to read (stock) charts-content.pdf
Adobe Acrobat Document 53.1 MB

"HOW TO READ (STOCK) CHARTS" CLASSROOM- Saturday, NOVEMBER 20 2021- 3.00-5.00 pm (CET)

If you want to watch the recorded session, you have to start at minutes 5.