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Daily Trading Ideas

How do I use it?

Use daily trade ideas alongside other fundamental and technical research to quickly find your next trading opportunity or select the stocks you want to watch, screen or sell.

Learn how to understand each bullish and bearish event with chart pattern commentary. Click on the chart pattern or ‘more details’ for additional interpretation.

Validate trading ideas by adding them to a watchlist before you buy or sell.
Where to look? Login > Accounts > Stockwatch

How will it help me?

Recognise, monitor and validate trading opportunities every day.

Interpret key Technical Events and learn as you go with clear and concise descriptions of all event types.

What is it?

Get actionable trade ideas on stocks based on emerging technical event opportunities – identified by research provider Recognia Inc.

See the possible direction of stocks before the markets open every day. Trading Ideas are based on new chart patterns identified after the markets close on the previous trading day.

Clearly interpret bullish and bearish trade ideas with specific timeframes and targets, so you know how you can take action on it.

Click through to get detailed educational commentary explaining the event and why it is significant.

Technical analysis and share price chart patterns

Technical analysis and share price chart pattern

See how you can easily recognise chart patterns and use them to validate trading opportunities.

What is technical analysis? (video)

Understanding Chart Patterns (PDF)

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Please note that none of the opinions we provide are a personal recommendation, which means that we have not assessed your investing knowledge and experience, your financial situation or your investment objectives. Therefore you should ensure that any investment decisions you make are suitable for your personal circumstances.


Remember that stock market investments can rise and fall in value and returns are not guaranteed, which means that you may get back less money than you originally invested. In general equities are considered to be long-term investments (i.e. would typically be held for 5-10 years). However, they can also be actively traded on a short-term basis.


Whilst active short-term trading can be profitable, it relies on market timing and usually involves a degree of concentration risk.


Equities tend to be volatile high-risk / high-reward investments, consequently, equity trading should only be considered if you have a high degree of knowledge and experience, you are investing money that you can afford to lose, your risk tolerance is very high and you have adequate time to monitor your trading positions.


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