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Interpreting TSV, MoneyStream & Balance of Power
Peter Worden
Peter Worden, co-founder of Worden Brothers, teaches live at an award-winning TC2000 training class in Tampa FL. He delves into the interpretation techniques for Worden proprietary technical indicators Time Segmented Volume, MoneyStream and Balance of Power created by his father, Don Worden. Peter demonstrates how to use these indicators to establish the primary bias of a stock by ferreting out what the 'smart money' is currently doing. By walking through the indicator development in chart setups of actual stocks Peter helps you learn the basic principles for practical application of these exclusive indicators on the stocks you follow and trade.
Interpreting Time Segmented Volume
Peter Worden
In this video you will learn to interpret the meaning of price movement relative to Time Segmented Volume® (TSV).  Peter Worden explains how to choose settings for the indicator that are most appropriate to your trading style and teaches you to use confirming and contradictory indicator behavior to make educated trade decisions.  You’ll learn to spot major price tops and bottoms using indicator patterns that have a tendency to precede character changes in price.
Interpreting Balance of Power
Peter Worden
This video is designed to introduce you to all of the elements of Balance of Power® (BOP) that affect the way price movement should be analyzed. You’ll learn how the BOP indicator signals accumulation and distribution by the big money in the market, and you’ll be introduced to the patterns that signal key changes in BOP’s character. Most importantly, through day-by-day historical replay, you’ll learn to make reliable BOP-based trade decisions for yourself.
Interpreting MoneyStream
Peter Worden
This popular video will help you pick up key MoneyStream® concepts that will improve your ability to follow the smart money trail in the market.  You'll learn how MoneyStream relates to price through both confirming and contradictory chart patterns; Peter Worden will walk you step-by-step through many charts to provide concrete examples of favorable patterns in this unique cumulative indicator.
Using the Ichimoku Indicator
Bill Kraft
Ichimoku Kinko Hyo (also known as the Ichimoku Cloud) translates to the 'one look equilibrium chart.' It can have great value in assisting the trader to identify trend direction, visualize levels of support and resistance, and gauge momentum as well as providing trading signals. In this program, Bill discusses the basic elements of the indicator as well as explain some of the ways I have used it as a provider of trading signals both for entries and to develop an exit strategy. Though the indicator may seem a little daunting at first glance, many of its benefits can be realized quite simply and easily.
Using Charts to Discipline Your Trading
Bill Kraft
Trading ultimately comes down to decision making and quite often how those decisions are made determines the ultimate result. All too often traders respond to their emotions in deciding when to enter, adjust, and exit trades. Those emotions, though powerful, can lead to bad decision making. My years of trading and teaching trading have led me to conclude that discipline is an essential ingredient of successful trading but that many traders and investors could use a little help in learning ways they can discipline their trading. In this program I'll demonstrate some of the simple ways I strive to discipline my own trading using the powerful elements of We'll take a look at some simple but effective ways to find entries, establish exit strategies, and generally manage trades including the sometimes difficult process of moving stops.
10 Ways to Find Trading Candidates
Bill Kraft
Bill Kraft shares ten widely used approaches to finding stocks with price charts and standard indicators like Moving Averages, MACD, Stochastics, and more. He focuses on common deficiencies in using these approaches and provides details for how to change your application of these indicators for better analysis and trade decisions.
Interpreting Proprietary Indicators
Peter Worden
With a fascinating history of Worden Brothers and TC2000, Peter Worden introduces the development and constitution of the proprietary indicators MoneyStream, Balance of Power and Time Segmented Volume. Rising from Don Worden’s early analysis of ‘tick volume’, these indicators have become key in sniffing out ‘hidden’ buying and selling. The key role of systematic accumulation and distribution most often applied by institutions can be critical for retail trader’s stock selection decisions. Focusing on the power of these indicators to contradict price (divergence) Peter shows you how to interpret the key signals these indicators give in price movement. Using real chart examples, Peter shows how he uses the proprietary indicators in his daily trading.
Your Personalized Trading Plan
Bill Kraft
Bill Kraft shares what he has learned about the importance of effective trade plans in over a decade as a full-time trader. With consideration for variables that influence how retail investors should structure their plans, he lays out a straight-forward approach, which includes elements to consider when writing your plan. Then, through chart examples, he highlights the key aspects of plan implementation for all kinds of investors.
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