How to Use Stock Correlation and Imbalances in the Nasdaq Index

The notion that the stock market is manipulated is nothing new. Throughout history, whispers and conspiracies have surrounded hidden agendas and secret dealings. While certain individuals or entities may possess the power to sway markets temporarily, it’s important to remember that the overall functioning of the stock market relies on a complex interplay of various factors.


What will you learn in this course?

In this course, we’ll delve into the correlation between Nasdaq and the stocks trading in the Nasdaq index and how the bigger timeframes (monthly and higher) supply and demand imbalances can keep you out of trouble.

Supply and Demand Course
Change the way you see and trade the markets

Using Correlation and Supply and Demand in the Nasdaq Index

  • 1 hour video recording.
  • Nasdaq ETFs and Futures analysis.
  • Top 30 stocks in market capitalization analyzed.
  • Lifetime accesss
  • Course published in Aug. 2023.

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Bigger timeframes trump correlation

The bigger the timeframe, the higher its reliability. You are probably losing money because you are buying into supply levels created in the bigger timeframes and in a correlated market. Stop doing it and learn what to do!

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