Today's guest post is from our friends at the Benzinga News Desk. Today they are going to ponder the age old question of fundamental or technical analysis and discuss the Elliot Wave Principle. Be sure to comment below with your own thoughts and learn more about the Benzinga News Desk here.
Investors and traders have been arguing for the longest time about which overarching strategy is king: fundamental analysis or technical analysis. Long-term investors believe that technical analysis is trash and nothing more than lucky betting, while short-term traders think that fundamental aspects of companies and economies do not matter for short-term price movement. Continue reading "Fundamental Analysis or Technical Analysis"→
Stewart shares his simple approach to finding a confluence of price, time and pattern that offers low-risk entries and solid stop placements. He shows how to extract the most meaningful portions from many of today’s leading technical disciplines. These techniques are applicable across a broad spectrum of time frames and markets, but this workshop concentrates on day- and swing-trading methods used in the financial and metal markets.
Stewart shows you how to identify Wyckoff price/volume patterns and behaviors and how to combine these patterns with simple Elliott patterns, Fibonacci objectives and retracements, and volume and open interest analysis to arrive at a solid and tradable market opinion.
Additionally, he shows how he combines basic oscillator patterns with daily/weekly range projections and support/resistance risk points to identify low-risk trading opportunities, placing special emphasis on Wyckoff analysis of accumulation and distribution.
Stewart Taylor began his trading career sixteen years ago by trading basic patterns and breakout strategies. These simple strategies evolved into complex day-trading strategies utilizing Elliott Wave and intraday cycles. Stewart’s trading style has come full circle, and he is now a leading proponent of the “simple is simply better” approach. Stewart developed his analytic abilities as an institutional broker serving the fixed income community with Brittenum & Associates, Refco, Vining Sparks Securities, Shearson Lehman, American Express, and Prudential Securities. In 1992, Stewart formed Taylor Consulting, Inc., and began publishing his market letter, The Taylor Fixed-Income Outlook.
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