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  • 07/07/2011 – Technical Analysis (TA) Can Makes Investors Rich

    Don’t depend only rumors, be learning first. You may loose capital if you run with rumors. Share business is not for uneducated persons. It’s a one kind of business. So, you have to learn many things before investing. There are many terms, like as- NAV, P/E, EPS etc. You have to know Fundamental Analysis (FA) […]

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  • Part 8: An Introduction to Market Profile

    A Market Profile chart is a unique representation of price, volume, and value. The profile displays value as a function of price over time using market-generated information. The Market Profile concept is quite the opposite of what most traders use to make trading decisions. I’ve been involved in trading for a very long time, and […]

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  • Free eBook: The Ultimate Technical Analysis Handbook

    Today more and more investors are warming to the fact that psychology moves markets and therefore fundamental analysis, which fails to properly measure mass investor psychology, must be flawed. Who can blame them? After all, fundamental analysis — based on past company earnings, rating agency projections and the like — proved to be of little […]

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  • Part 7: Parabolic SAR

    The Parabolic/SAR indicator was developed by J. Welles Wilder in 1976. It is often used to select trailing price stops and is commonly referred to as SAR (Stop And Reversal). This indicator aims to signal the reversing of a trend, thus providing traders with a good tool for choosing trade exit points. The unique feature […]

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  • Part 6: Williams %R Oscillator

    Larry Williams is an expert in stock market trading and is a very highly skilled systems analyst. Although there was already a reliable overbought/oversold indicator which was the well known RSI or Relative Strength Index, he sought to formulate and devise his own indicator which is now known as the Williams Per Cent Range Technical […]

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  • Part 5: Stocastics Oscilator

    The stochastic oscillator is a momentum indicator to compare the closing price of a commodity to its price range over a given time span. The idea behind this indicator is the prices tend to close near their past highs in bull markets, and near their lows in bear markets. Transaction signals can be spotted when […]

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  • Part 4: Bollinger Bands

    The Bollinger Band theory is designed to depict the volatility of a stock. It is quite simple, being composed of a simple moving average, and its upper and lower “bands” that are 2 standard deviations away. Standard deviations are a statistical tool used to contain the majority of movement or “deviation” around an average value. […]

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  • Part 3: Relative Strength Index (RSI)

    The RSI (Relative Strength Index) is a popular technical analysis oscillator. There are numerous uses of the RSI, including objective buy and sell signals and bullish and bearish divergences. The RSI, as its name implies measures the relative strength of price currently compared to the past: the formula usually uses a 14-period input. As an […]

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  • Part 2: Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)

    The Moving Average Convergence Divergence charts, or MACD charts for short, are a technical indicator that is derived from the more simple moving average. The MACD charts are oscillating indicators, meaning that they move above and below a centerline or zero point. As with other oscillating and momentum indicators, a very high value indicates that […]

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  • Part 1: Triple Moving Averages

    The triple moving average crossover system is used to generate buy and sell signals. Its buy signals come early in the development of a trend, and its sell signals are generated early when a trend ends. The third moving average can be used in combination with the other two moving averages to confirm or deny […]

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