Evaluating Stocks Using Five Key Ratios

Evaluating Stocks Using Five Key Ratios

It isn’t easy determining the true value of a stock. However, you should at least have a strong grasp of the basic ratios that are often used to make valuations.   Not familiar with them? Here they are in a nutshell.    PE Ratio  Formula: PE Ratio =  share...
An Explanation of What’s Lurking Behind the January Effect

An Explanation of What’s Lurking Behind the January Effect

ZYTrade Editor: Here’s a smart piece that further breaks down the market seasonality phenomenon known as the January Effect. As the author explains, it’s actually part of a “chain” of events that can start as early as October. Should you take advantage of it,...
How to Use the On-Balance Volume Indicator

How to Use the On-Balance Volume Indicator

ZYTrade Editor: OBV is a standard momentum indicator available in most trading platforms but it isn’t necessarily among the most popular. It’s designed to indicate a very specific type of circumstance: namely, identifying when a jump in volume may be followed by a...
How to Use a Fibonnaci Fan

How to Use a Fibonnaci Fan

ZYTrade Editor: Fibonacci retracements are a common tool in every trader’s toolbox. Yet there are other Fib variants that may be equally useful but much less popular or transparent. For instance, Fibonacci Fans. This article explains the basics of this...
Using the Heiken Ashi Bars to Find the End of a Trend

Using the Heiken Ashi Bars to Find the End of a Trend

ZYTrade Editor: Can a simple chart format change help you get a clearer picture of market activity, such as identifying trend reversals? Not always, but again, that’s what the Heiken Ashi chart was designed to do. Here’s an easy-to-read article that provides the...