RAF is a price oscillator that dynamically shows if a stock is overbought or oversold on all timeframes.
Create a consistent equity curve so you can get off the roller-coaster and sleep at night.
We use the 10X Bars as a way to quickly understand trend quality and strength.
The Multi-Squeeze allows traders to see Squeeze setups on multiple timeframes.
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Reveals out performance in any ticker by using a formula that compares key stocks, industries, and ETFs.
Multi-Timeframe Trend shows price trend on multiple timeframes to quickly measure trend strength.
Fibonacci time and price analysis can make a huge difference for day traders and swing traders.
Earn daily profits using simple setups for low-risk futures trading
Learn how to time key market reversals using the time axis.
The most flexible trade in Bruce's toolbox, and how to set it up for directional positive theta.
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Determine the strength of the setup before placing a trade
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Voodoo Lines® uncover hidden levels of possible support and resistance which might not otherwise be visible.
The one butterfly strategy to use every month, regardless of what the market is doing.
Used as an early indicator of a swing up or down which usually precede a reversal in the opposite direction.
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Stack the odds in your favor using little-known weekly butterfly setups.
Trade options spreads for steady income each week without having to constantly worry about market direction.
This tool analyzes price and volume to help traders determine market sentiment with clarity.
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