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Note:  The following articles/lessons are meant to help you learn from the market and DO NOT serve as investment advice for any specific group or individual.  For more information, please read the HSR Terms of Use.

Learn from the Market

There is quite a bit that happens in the market that we can learn from, but we won't learn much if we don't review market history.

These articles/lessons will help you learn from historical stock market events and improve your attention to detail.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me.

Note:  Some of the charts related to the articles/lessons can be viewed using the provided link that's located at the end of each article/lesson.  You may want to print out the charts before reading the text.

Identifying Handle Shakeouts Following a Failed Base Breakout
by Erik Grywalski
Base breakouts can fail and then turn higher once most are stopped out of a stock. In this review, I'll show you the specifics of this outcome of a failed base breakout. With this knowledge, you'll stay focused on the market and be ready for a potential rebound in a stock. . . . keep reading
Using Sector Leadership to Anticipate Base Breakouts
by Erik Grywalski
Sector leadership can be valuable for telling you about the strength of the stock market. In this lesson, I'll show you how you can use a specific price behavior in a stock's base to anticipate a move higher after its peers have already left bases during a strong market uptrend. . . . keep reading
Why Reinforcing Bases are Important to a Market Uptrend
by Erik Grywalski
Understanding how to recognize Reinforcing Bases may help you with market direction. In this lesson, I will show you one example of Reinforcing Bases so that you know what to look for during future market uptrends. . . . keep reading
One Way that a Stock Bottoms
by Erik Grywalski
One common way that a stock bottoms occurs after it drops and takes out this key price level. This likely represents many investors throwing in the towel and can even entice short traders to bet against the stock. In this review, I'll tell you why you may want to look for a low in price and give you some technical events to follow after the negative move. . . . keep reading
Why Technology Stocks are Good Market Indicators to Watch
by Erik Grywalski
Technology stocks can sometimes lead the market. In this review, I'll show you how leading tech stocks helped you figure out that the market weakness in 2010 was just a correction and not a replay of 2008. . . . keep reading