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Most chart setups take one of three major forms: breakout, consolidation, or divergence. In this webinar, Michael and Julia will walk you step-by-step through the easiest ways of scanning for each of these major formations.

From the Technical to the Mindset courses, every lesson will gives you ah-ha moments. But once a trader has their equity management plan and they learn how to trade simple support and resistance from key levels, most of the problems that I see with traders who are struggling with their Forex trading come down to the chart time frame they are trading. And I mean really fast, you will put this problem in the "too hard basket.

Forex Trading Strategies : The Daily Chart

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Many of the most effective price patterns on stock charts occur in some form of consolidation. Finding stocks in consolidation is an easy way to build a WatchList of candidates poised to make their next move. Julia Ormond and Michael Thompson will each share the criteria, creation, use and results of one of their own unique EasyScans for finding consolidation.

Building and Using Custom Column Sets. Join Julia and Michael as they demonstrate a number of unique ways to combine and save WatchList columns so you can apply them to any WatchList you choose. Whether using technical indicator values, fundamentals, price performance criteria or even your own custom formulas, these column sets are invaluable for sorting WatchLists on the fly.

Uncover Relative Strength with Comparison Charts. It is easy to compare multiple price plots on one chart in TC This technique creates easy-to-understand relative strength relationships between symbols. Easily make apples-to-apples comparisons between stocks, ETFs, Indexes or any related symbols you want. You'll instantly see stocks moving together or diverging and how they are performing against each other. Personalizing Your Trading Environment. It is important to have the analysis tools you need at your fingertips.

Learn to create layouts in TC from scratch and customize your trading environment. Combine tool windows like WatchLists, charts, news, EasyScans and more to create layouts that streamline your research.

Effective Chart Notation with Drawing Tools. Drawing notations on charts can be an essential part of the research process. Learn to use TC drawing tools to draw trendlines, Fibonacci retracements, text, linear regressions, etc. You'll find you see patterns, trends and changes much easier as support and resistance levels pop with the drawings.

Plus, set alerts for trendlines and price with these drawing tools. Organizing Stocks with Watchlists. An organized trader is an effective trader. How often do you miss trades because your mental notes fall through the cracks? Learn how to avoid these common pitfalls and turn yourself into a more organized, efficient and effective trader. Identifying the most relevant stocks to a market move is a breeze with the Custom Date Sort feature of TC Join Julia Ormond and Michael Thompson to learn everything you need to know about Custom Date Sort and finding the strongest performers.

Alerts make it possible to monitor chart activity - even when you have to be away from your computer. Using Fundamentals in Your Technical Analysis. Being a good chart reader doesn't mean you have to ignore the quality of the companies you trade. Join Julia Ormond and Michael Thompson as they explore seamless ways to blend fundamentals into your chart reading. Whether it's earnings, revenue, institutional ownership or return on equity, you can quickly access and analyze this information without ever leaving your charts.

Working with Multiple Charts in TC TC gives you the ability to view and analyze as many charts at one time as you like. You'll see how simple it is to view several charts with different time frames, indicator sets or even various symbols at once. Creating Conditions from Your Charts. You spend valuable time looking for charts with interesting price and indicator behavior.

Join Michael Thompson and Julia Ormond as they explain how to create conditions that can be used to quickly find charts with similar characteristics. You'll increase efficiency as you stop wasting time looking at charts that aren't telling you anything. Gathering Stocks on the Fly with Flagging. One of the most useful workflow features of TC is the ability to flag stocks. Join Michael Thompson and Julia Ormond as they show you how to use flagging to mark charts for later review.

You'll learn basic and more advanced flagging techniques.