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The SignalList & The TradingList

 

Both 'The SignalList' and 'The TradingList' is based on StockCharts365's own developed technical analysis models, and which builds on Bjørn Inge Pettersen's 36 years of experience with technical stock market analysis. Bjørn Inge Pettersen from Norway has worked as a Stockbroker, Technical Stock Analyst, Fund Manager and for many years ran his own company and provided services within technical stock analyses.

'The SignalList' and 'The TradingList' are based on various technical indicators, parameters and algorithms, which monitor and analyze the overall technical picture (both in the medium/long term and in the short term) for stocks, indices, commodities, currency and cryptocurrency.

'The SignalList' is published here on StockCharts365.com every Monday morning before the markets open, while 'The TradingList' is published every day Monday to Friday before the markets open.

'The SignalList' helps to "time" the bigger movements in stocks, indices, commodities, currency and cryptocurrency, while 'The TradingList' provides very good short-term technical signals in stocks, indices, commodities, currency and cryptocurrency.

This increases significantly the probability of being correctly invested in the various investment objects in relation to the current market trend (in both the medium/long term and in the short term) for the individual investment objects such as stocks, indices, commodities, currency and cryptocurrency.

Buy and sell signals in 'The Signal List' and in 'The Trading List' are created on the basis of 100% objective technical analyses, and without any kind of subjective attitudes or assessments.

By combining both 'The SignalList' and 'The TradingList' you significantly increase the probability of investing "with the current market trend", and "with both the long-term and the short-term current market trend", for the stocks, indices, commodities, currency and cryptocurrency you invest in.

 

It is well known within technical analysis that it is usually a very bad idea to invest against the current market trend.

Whether you are a long-term investor or a short-term trader, it would be best to keep both the larger current market trend and the shorter term market trend of the objects you are investing in with you. 

If you are, for example, a short-term trader, it is best to buy stocks in the short term, and which is in both a long-term and short-term positive trend for the underlying stocks you are investing in. That significantly increases your probabilities of profit, than if you buy short-term a stock that has both a long-term and short-term negative trend.

Conversely, it is better to go 'short' in the short term, for example, in a stock which is in both a long-term and short-term negative trend for the underlying stocks you are investing 'short' in.

Conclusion: It is therefore best to trade stocks etc. where you follow the prevailing market trend that applies both in the short and long term, whether you are a long-term investor or a short-term trader.

The combination of 'The SignalList' and 'The TradingList' helps investors do exactly this, and by monitor and analyze the overall technical picture (both in the medium/long term and in the short term) for stocks, indices, commodities, currency and cryptocurrency.

'The SignalList' and 'The TradingList' is therefore very useful for investors to trade with both the current long-term and short-term trend for the stocks, indices, commodities, currency and cryptocurrency you invest in.

"Make The Trend to Your Friend"

"Don't Fight the Trend"

This 'The SignalList' and 'TheTradingList' helps investors manage by capturing both the prevailing current long-term and short-term trend for the stocks, indices, commodities, currency and cryptocurrency.

See examples of The SignalList and The TradingList here..

Best regards,

Bjørn Inge Pettersen

Owner and Manager of StockCharts365.com

StockCharts365
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