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Dow trading system

Why would you want to waste your precious time watching only one stock after another to see which one happens to exhibit the strongest technical buy indicators? The entire process can be very simple and quick.

If you want to combine ten time-tested, highly proven indicators, our computers scan almost 600 stocks very 15 minutes all through the day in order to find the one stock which shows signs of the strongest buy signal which is the bullish stock scan. Our computer also publish the stock which shows sings of a sell/short or better known as the bearish stock scan. This is all presented in a easy-to-view, clean screen. Our stock scans cover the S&P 500 stocks, the Dow 30 stocks as well as the Nasdaq 100 stocks.

You should take time to view our stock scans in action. It is entirely free and there is no need to signup or login. You will be able to view the latest Dow scans which are updated every fifteen minutes. You may experiment at leisure with the screen. You may view either the technically bearish or bullish Dow stock of the day. The results are presented in a clear, easy-to-view screen. The most technically bullish stock will be at the top of the screen and the most technically bearish stock will be located at the bottom of the screen.

Next you may wish to focus on two or three stocks which are located at the top of the screen. If you see a lot of green lights next to a stock, it means that there are bullish technical indicators pointing to a buy signal. If you happen to click on the red/green lights next to a stock, you will see that this stock is listed in the sell/short category.

Here is a good rule of thumb to follow: If you see that the indicators show a buy for a stock, you will also see that you should go 'long' regarding the stock. If you see that a majority of that signal a Sell, then this would mean that you should go 'short' on the stock. You must have common-sense logic to play the stock market.

How do you go about trading stocks? In our trading, once we find a good stock that we like, that is, one that has a short signal, which means a stock that has at least three clear signals, then we put on a trade.

On each trade that we make, a fixed stop-loss point is applied. This helps to put our mind at ease knowing that our risk can be projected at the outside of a trade. With the Dow trading system, you must exercise common sense and logic to come out ahead.

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