You can make money going long or short (direction), or you can make money on the range (duration) using options.
readtheticker.com has stock option data like: implied volatility, option contracts BIDASK spread rank, option volume to help you scan for stocks that suit option selling. Mix this info with the site technical tools and scanners you can stay on top of what is hot to option trade.
With the RTT Steps indicator you can easily work out option selling ideas.
NOTE: readtheticker.com does allow users to load objects and text on charts, however some annotations are by a free third party image tool named Paint.net
"My satisfaction always came from beating the market, solving the puzzle. The money was the reward, but it was not the main reason I loved the market. The stock market is the greatest, most complex puzzle ever invented - and it pays the biggest jackpot...it was never the money that drove me. It was the game, solving the puzzle, beating the market that had confused and confounded the greatest minds in history. For me, that passion, the juice, the exhilaration was in beating the game, a game that was a living dynamic riddle." ~ Jesse Livermore
"People somehow think you must buy at the bottom and sell at the top to be successful in the market. That's nonsense! The idea is to buy when the probability is greatest that the market is going to advance." ~ Martin Zweig (The inspiration behind a number of Martin Zweig's methods came, from Jesse Livermore)
"It is much harder to sell stocks correctly than to buy them correctly." Because of the emotional aspect of trading, if a "stock went up, the average investor would hold because he wants more gains - he's exhibiting greed. If the stock declines, he also holds on and hopes the stock will come back so he can at least sell and break even - he's hoping against hope." ~ Bernard Baruch
"The minute you get away from the fundamentals - whether it's proper technique, work ethic, or mental preparation - the bottom can fall out of your game." ~ Basketball Legend Michael Jordan
"Successful speculation requires staying on top of changes in industries and companies that either create new industries or improve on existing industries. The majority of your profits will come from these two ... The shrewdest traders throughout history all adapted the skill of reactionary change, as the market constantly presents new and different opportunities." ~ Bernard Baruch