Trading the bounce is a reliable, successful and simple strategy in a bull market. In a bear market the rules change. Momentum trades from the long side behave differently. Selecting the correct entry conditions has a significant impact on the success and profitability of the trade. Rebound trades include a higher level of risk. Aggressive entries increase risk dramatically. Understanding the behaviour of price in a rebound trade reduces the risk and improves the probability of success.
Trading is about the management of risk. But the failure rate among traders and investors suggests that many do not fully understand the concept of risk. This presentation by Daryl Guppy tackles risk head-on by showing traders and investors how to identify the risk component in each trade. Guppy walks you through the financial calculations and then shows you how to match these calculations with chart-based analysis. This is the key to trading high reward opportunities with low risk and is also the essential foundation for the most effective techniques in setting stop loss points. These calculations can provide a solution for position sizing, which can more precisely control risk.
The Guppy Multiple Moving Average indicator captures the interaction between the two most powerful forces in the market — traders and investors. Traders who understand the changing character of each of these groups have a dramatic advantage when it comes to developing the most appropriate trading strategy. And this indicator gives unique insights into the nature and character of the trend for both long and short traders.
Make volatility your friend using these advanced trend volatility methods to manage trade entry and trade exit. Learn how to use the momentum minute to reduce entry risk in derivative trading. Trend volatility delivers better trade management and avoids false exits from profitable trades. The trend volatility line (TVL) is an advanced application of the Guppy Multiple Moving Average indicator. It is applied to end-of-day, to intra-day and to scalping. It is used to overcome the limitations of stop loss trade management methods based on price volatility.
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