Why we decided to try to Reimagine and Reinvent the Stock Chart

Reinventing the Stock Chart

I’ve built a lot of startups in my day. My last successful business that I co-founded, SingleHop, focused on automating the deployment and management of cloud infrastructure. It was acquired last year. I’ve also co-founded and sold a website hosting company called midPhase, and founded marketing SaaS platform called Concurra. The one common thread across all my endeavors was automation.

Guest Post by Trader Stewie: Using Smaller Timeframes to Unlock Hidden Patterns

This guest post was adapted from a private, members-only update that Trader Stewie from the Art of Trading shared with his subscribers. This is his perspective on using multiple timeframes to identify trends that you might otherwise miss, specifically why dropping down into shorter timeframe charts can help expose interest and actionable patterns and trading opportunities.

For those of you who are new to Trader Stewie, he has been trading for since 2009 and has a well-earned reputation for being a foremost expert technical analyst. In addition to running the Art of Trading, he also writes a blog called The Impatient Trader and is a prolific Twitter user. When Stewie isn’t trading, he can usually be found in the kitchen cooking up something delicious looking!

Press Release: TrendSpider Announces Dynamic Chart Monitoring & Price Alerts

CHICAGO, IL — TrendSpider, a Chicago-based Fintech startup announced today that it has launched Dynamic Chart Monitoring & Alerts. With Dynamic Chart Monitoring, traders can instruct TrendSpider to automatically monitor any trendline or indicator for them, and alert them when price touches, breaches or bounces from it. Unlike other price alerts, TrendSpider can follow the waveform of a moving average or the slope of a trendline without manual adjustment of any kind. Set it and forget it. 

The 9 Deadly Sins of Technical Analysis … that Chart Traders Commit Without Realizing

The markets are competitive, and any edge you have can be easily eaten up by making mistakes in your analysis. Here are a few of the most common mistakes that traders make and some suggestions on how to avoid them. Remember, trading is extremely risky, but there are things you can do to increase your odds of success. The best way to do this is to start by understanding the most common mistakes, what they are, how they happen, what you might be thinking when you make the mistake and build your system around avoiding it.