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http://www.marketgeeks.com - Technical analysis is a great method of analyzing stocks, futures and forex contracts. Learn important trading tips that will increase your profit potential and help you ...

http://www.marketgeeks.com - Technical analysis is a great method of analyzing stocks, futures and forex contracts. Learn important trading tips that will increase your profit potential and help you become a profitable trader. Learn how to trade profitable patterns today.

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    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. New Video Tutorial Visit MarketGeeks.com Swing Trading Report Please Subscribe To Our Channel
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. EMA Responds Faster To Volatility
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Look For Strong Trending Markets
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Entry Stop Placement Example No More Than 5 Days Below EMA
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Where To Place Your Protective Stop Loss
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Strategic Profit Target Level This Strategy Is Based On Momentum Long Term Profit Targets Won’t Work Short Term Volatility Targets Work Well Use Two To One Profit To Risk Ratio
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Easy Formula For Profit Targets Long Entry 1. Calculate Distance Between Entry Price And Stop Loss Level 2. Add Total To Entry Price Short Entry 1. Calculate Distance Between Entry Price And Stop Loss Level 2. Subtract Total From Entry Price
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Add Risk Level To Entry Price
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Subtract Risk Level From Entry Price
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Multiply Your Risk Level By 2
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Things To Keep In Mind Momentum Strategies Have Smaller Profit Targets Risk To Reward Ratio Is 2 For This Method Applies To Any Market Except Options Can Be Adjusted For Day Trading Easily
    • Copyright © 2007-2013 Market Geeks, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Thanks For Watching Visit MarketGeeks.com Download Free Swing Trading Report Please Subscribe To Our Channel