SignalWatch Improvements are Coming!

The Times, They Are a Changin'

You all might recall that back when we rolled out SW 2.0 we made a statement about it getting updates and growing organically periodically. Well, I am happy to report that we have undergone our first review and a slew of new changes are coming to!



There will be new posts detailing setups and trading fundamentals.

We receive lots of questions everyday about how certain setup work and how to identify them. So we decided to start writing two to three posts a week detailing individual setups as well as trading fundamentals. Our community has grown to include seasoned vets all the way to new traders who are just sticking their toes in the market’s waters for the first time so we are going to put out a little something for everyone.

Improved Layout

SignalWatch is about to get a lot spiffier. We have taken a long, hard look at the visuals of the site and sat down and made large improvements. The new changes include a new home page, a new blog layout and several other advancements behind the scenes. You’re going to love it!

The New SignalWatch

Just a taste of what’s to come.

And More!

It’s going to be a great face-lift for the site and we can’t wait to roll out the changes. Start looking for the new posts as soon as this week and for the other changes to be completed by early July. And don’t worry, SignalWatch will now and forever be free!

Cheers to all,


About the Author Ryan Belknap

Ryan has been with Nirvana since 2012 and has been manning the trading desk since Day 1. He was one of the founding members of Nirvana's Trading Lab and also along with Ryan Olson and Russell Casperson. Ryan logged more than 3,500 hours trading and educating live in the Lab. He is also the lead author of Ryan is a seasoned educator and has conducted numerous educational webinars and is an OmniTrader University instructor. Ryan prefers swing trading and position trading. Outside of the market, Ryan has passions for the outdoors, baseball, exercise, coffee, pop-culture and spending time with his family.

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