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One of the biggest mistakes a trader can make is making things more complex than they need to be.
The truth is, complexity isn't a requirement to accurately predict a stock's next big move or your next big profit turner.
And today, I want to reveal my simple system that can pinpoint the next profitable opportunity with ease.
Here's what I mean…
How to Score Triple-Digit Gains Using My K.I.S.S. System
Traders and investors are always faced with the question, "Which stock do I trade?" There are a myriad of ways to answer this question. Long-term investors normally lead with fundamental analysis, letting each company's financial health determine which stocks they will buy and hold.
Traders usually lead with technical analysis, using technical indicators that generate signals today based on historical data. I've written about a lot of technical indicators, and all of them have merit. Moving Average Convergence Divergence, Relative Strength Index, Stochastics, and Bollinger Bands are a few examples of indicators that take historical data and create lines on the chart from which we can spot patterns that may result in a correct directional prediction.
All this is great, but sometimes it's best to keep it simple.
And believe me, it doesn't get much simpler than my K.I.S.S system.
Here's how it works:
On a daily basis, I scan for which stocks are making the most noise. By that I mean stocks that make the biggest percentage moves in a single day. Think of it as listening for a thunderclap and jumping on stocks that have the loudest thunderclaps.
This "noise" is actually stocks that are making the biggest one-day moves.
This makes the process much simpler, as the big movers are easy to pinpoint. No complicated technical indicators – just the biggest percentage movers.
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The biggest moving stocks tend to keep on moving in the direction of the day. We can apply some basic technical indicators like support, resistance, volume, and moving averages to strengthen our directional prognosis.
Now, let's look at an example on Tiffany & Co. (NYSE: TIF).
About the Author
Tom Gentile is one of the world's foremost authorities on stock, futures and options trading.
With more than 25 years' experience trading stocks, futures, and options, Tom's style of trading systems and strategies are designed to help individual investors propel themselves past 99 percent of the trading crowd.