How To Spot An Oversold Stock Market
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All traders have found their own mix of technical analysis indicators and price action which they feel provides them with a good feel for when the stock market is oversold and overbought. Let’s face it, as traders, we see the market is a different way and its limitless as to how we can trade each and every situation.

Here I would like to share with you a couple of my tools and tricks for timing short term stock market bottoms. Over the years I have refined my analysis to just a handful of tools and analysis that work consistently for me. I have also learned that I trade and analyze the markets best if I don’t read other people’s opinions and analysis as it has a way of altering my thinking and thus I start to second guess where the market is headed.

The indicators/tools I prefer are the 20-day simple moving average for trend direction, support and resistance levels. I watch the Bollinger bands during times when they pinch/narrow as that is when the price is likely to explode in either direction. Also, I watch two volume ratios of the NYSE which you will see on two of the charts below. This indicator tells me when the majority of market participants are running to buy more shares or panicking and hitting the sell button. The 30 minute and 3-minute charts are my favorite for trading and identifying chart patterns.

 

Last week of July – first week of Aug VES Signals

VES is a special indicator I have been developing to help identify intraday oversold levels and overbought levels. The level which big money steps back into, or out of the market when these extreme levels are reached.

Notice in the chart below the lime green areas which price reversed from for quick and steady returns.

Intraday-bottoms-recent

 

Last Week’s VES Extreme Levels Signaled Including Overbought

Here you will see the both extreme overbought and oversold levels on the chart. I didn’t highlight it on the chart but take a look at Aug 11th. You will notice the red NYSE indicator at the top moved above the blue threshold line indicating everyone was buying. This happened again on the 15th. The general rule is, when everyone is doing the same thing, you best take the other side of the trade.

VES-1

 

 

Monday, Aug 22nd – This Weeks VES Signal

What you want to look at on this chart is Monday, Aug 22nd. This is something I can see unfolding before it happens based on other market characteristics and I notified subscribers of my ETF trading newsletter about this during pre-market trading and for them to expect an extreme pivot low today in the morning.

VES-Reversal

 

Concluding Thoughts:

In short, these trade may look little at first glance only being a fraction of a percent move each signal. But keep in mind, the shorter the time frame you trade, and the more accurate a trade setup is, the more capital you can put at risk.

My focus on these trade setups are 3x ETFs or better yet ES mini futures contracts. With one futures contract these 5 – 20 point moves allow you to pocket $250 – $1000 within a few hours in most cases.

Trade with me at: www.TheGoldAndOilGuy.com

Chris Vermeulen





Posted 08-22-2016 5:49 PM by Chris Vermeulen