Alan Farley


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Alan Farley is a private trader and publisher of Hard Right Edge, a comprehensive resource for trader education, technical analysis, and short-term trading techniques. He is author of the McGraw-Hill best-seller "The Master Swing Trader", and popular columnist for The Alan has been on the market scene for well over a decade as a trader, advisor, and author. He is a powerful lecturer on swing trading, including the original strategies and tactics found at Hard Right Edge.Alan is a frequent contributor to CNBC. He has also been featured in Fidelity Outlook, Forbes, Technical Analysis of Stocks and Commodities, Barrons, Smart Money, Futures Magazine, Tech Week, Active Trader, MSN Money, Technical Investor, Bridge Trader, Online Investor, America-Invest, the Los Angeles Times, and Trading Markets. He consults regularly with industry leaders on the issues facing today's traders, and is a strong voice for the revolution changing our modern markets.

List of Articles

Pulling the Trigger Q&A

Do you have trouble pulling the trigger? Greed and fear exert a powerful influence when the time comes to enter the trade. Alan answers a range of questions as to why you may find yourself unable to enter a promising trade.

24 Feb, 2005 in Swing & Position Trading and Day Trading & Scalping

Five Powerful Volume Patterns

Alan looks at five volume patterns that yield vital information long before price action.

25 Feb, 2005 in Technical Analysis and Swing & Position Trading

Trade Management Q&A

Alan Farley answers some of the questions he gets asked frequently in regards to trade management.

30 Jan, 2006 in Technical Analysis and Money Management

Stop Loss - Q&A

Alan gives straight answers to the most commonly asked question about stop losses.

27 Feb, 2006 in Money Management, Swing & Position Trading, and Day Trading & Scalping

How to use Fibonacci Retracement Levels

Alan Farley explains the mechanics of using Fibonacci Retracement and provides several examples of how this can be used across a range of US Stocks

20 Apr, 2012 in Technical Analysis

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