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When it comes to the stock trade for the conservative investor, there is no doubt we're talking about stock options. But, what exactly is a conservative approach to trading? And what techniques can the savvy investor utilize in 2018 to manage risk and ensure growth? We've outlined a few options that might be right up your alley:

Covered Call Options
The covered call is really the most conservative of options and some say it's even more conservative than purchasing the original stock. Frequently used within IRA accounts, the covered call can be approached by a conservative investor from two perspectives:
Generate Consistent Income: You can employ this strategy without selling shares of a business while still generating monthly or weekly income. This strategy is usually used to capitalize in the event that your stock price is projected to decrease or not show improvement within in the short-term.
Sell Stocks at Premiums Selling stocks above the current price may be useful when you can stipulate the price on a stock with which you'd not be uncomfortable selling. This tactic is useful in getting a stock that you are not in a hurry to offer and the sale of the Call may eventually take the stock but at the cost that you establish when the option was sold by you.
Use Puts as Insurance
This is a strategy that can be used by you if you anticipate a reversal in a short-term stock price hike. Because you're interested in reaping the long-term benefits, you are interested in taking the short-term profits, therefore purchasing a Put will ensure that if the stock goes down in value, the value of the Put will go up. Furthermore, you can sell the Put at a greater cost than you paid for it and reap a gain while the price of the stock is declining.
Secure Puts with Cash
Another method of securing your interest in a long-term investment is to hold adequate capital in cash on a stock that may see a fall in price. Of course, you must understand the business you're investing in and set a pre-determined price for your stock Put, but this is a simple method to ensure your long-term investment is protected because when the stock does fall, you can close in on the stock Put price.
As with any investment opportunity, the strategies for stock options are endless. Although the stock market is normally associated with short-term investments, conservative investors are starting to identify options for long-term investments within the stock exchange system that not only generate income, but add value to your portfolio with minimally involved risk.

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Every trader should be aware of one day patterns. However, because of their simplicity, traders often overlook them. By using these patterns, traders have a clearer picture of the direction that the market may be moving. Among the several one day patterns, I will discuss two specific patterns that relate to the chart gaps that I discussed in previous articles.

The most uncommon of these two patterns is called the key reversal day pattern. The criteria for this pattern is not as flexible as the criteria for the simpler reversal day pattern. The difference between one and the other is small, yet significant. When your candlestick reaches a lower low and a higher high accompanied by a higher close an upward reversal is developed. Conversely, when a higher high and a lower low accompanied by a lower close, the reversal candlestick is considered to be downward.

Key reversals show significant market moves in the opposite direction of current trends. Not only do they show the inability of the market to keep the upwards/downwards move to new highs/lows, but also the development of new lows/highs in the opposite direction.

The reversal days are very common. In the simplest of terms, when a candlestick reaches new highs and closes at a new low a downward reversal is developed. On the other hand, when a candlestick reaches a new low and closes higher than the previous day, an upward reversal is developed.

The rules for the reversal days are somewhat flexible, but can be extremely valuable. On a bull market, the new low closing may mean that the bullish trend is coming to an end and that the buyers are ready to take profits. The opposite is true for a bear market, where a new high closing may mean that the sellout is about to end and a reversal of trend may develop. These moves are important as you, obviously, don't want to be caught in the opposite side of a trend reversal.

Neither of the key reversal days or reversal days should be used as your only indicator. You should use them with other indicators to confirm reversal in market trends. When you look at patterns over one or two days, that may greatly assist you with your trades. You should always look for indications of changes in market sentiment and both kinds of reversal days should assist you with determining these changes. When used with the different gaps, whether it is the exhaustion, the runaway, or the breakaway, these two indicators can certainly help you with your decision of whether to trade the market moves.