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What is Earning Channel?

Part 1: What to Buy? Earning Channel is a comprehensive implementation of channel trading. Earning Channel employs big data analysis on the cloud system and the customization on smart handheld devices to fully exploit the merits of channel trading. Channel trading capitalizes on the tendencies of markets to trend. It provides traders with precise points […]

What is a channel?

What is a channel? A channel is formed when the price of an equity fluctuates between two parallel lines over a period of time. The more times the price of an equity hits the top or bottom of the channel, the more reliable that channel will be. A channel marks a period of time in […]

How does Channel Trading work?

Basic method: Spot the formation of a channel as early as possible, check its fundamentals and other criteria. Gradually build up a position as the channel forms. Sell some stock when the price bounces off the resistance line. Buy more stock when the price bounces back from the support line. When a channel changes shape: […]

Part 2: When to buy and when to sell?

The Action Plan feature is designed to help you leverage the merits of channel trading more closely. This means you can build positions in a safer manner and hold those positions until the channel breaks. Using this mechanism you can cut your losses and allow your profits to run. In addition, after practicing the Action […]

Channel Trading Principle

Channel Trading Principles When to buy and when to sell? The Action Plan feature is designed to help you leverage the merits of channel trading more closely. This means you can build positions in a safer manner and hold those positions until the channel breaks. Using this mechanism you can cut your losses and allow […]

What’s the implication of Trump on P/E?

         Earning Channel   What should I do now with stocks that have high P/E? Can I buy and sell stock based on P/E? P/E is the simplest indication if a stock is too expensive. P/E stands for Price/EPS (Earning per Share). Notice that it is earning per share, not pure earning, […]