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The popular technical analysis tool – MACD

MACD (moving average convergence/divergence) is a technical analysis indicator used to spot changes in the strength, direction, momentum, and duration of a trend in a stock’s price. The MACD is a computation of the difference between two exponential moving averages (EMAs) of closing prices. This difference is charted over time, alongside a moving average of the difference. The divergence between the

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Technical Analysis Glossary

Bear market: This refers to a long period during which the market is in a downtrend. Bollinger Bands: Bands used to calculate the volatility of the asset class at any given time. Breakout: An increase in a stock’s price that results in the price breaking the previous high or a resistance level is known as


The Most Used Candlestick Patterns

Candlestick pattern (or formation) is the term of technical analysis used in the forex, stock, commodity, and other markets in order to portray the price patterns of a security or an asset. Candlestick charts are easy to understand and provide ahead indications regarding the turning points of the market. Candlestick charts not only illustrate the


Dow Theroy & Trend Analysis

Market Discount Everything Charles H. Dow after whom the “Dow Jones” Wall Street index in named is the founder of many theories and his contribution to the theory of Technical Analysis is immense. Even after so many years what he propagated is still valid and he is rightly termed as the “Grandfather” of Technical Analysis.


Cup with Handle Pattern

The cup with handle pattern is one of the most bullish chart patterns.  It works well on top growth stocks during a market uptrend.  Its a close cousin to the rounding bottom pattern – another very bullish pattern. As the name suggests, this chart pattern looks like a cup or pan with a handle.  Imagine


Inverted J Pattern

The Inverted J pattern (also knows as the inverted ascending scallop) is another very bullish chart pattern we often feature in our newsletter and trade in our own accounts. Imagine taking the letter J and flipping it upside down and then turning it over across its vertical axis like a page in a book. We


Head and Shoulders Pattern

The head and shoulders chart pattern is a bearish pattern generated by stocks, etfs, market indices and other instruments. Its one of the most well-known and feared chart patterns among traders and investors. As the name suggests, the pattern looks like a head and 2 shoulders on a price chart.  The price of the stock


Channeling Stocks

Channeling stocks are stocks that have a strong tendency to trade between a support and resistance.  The distance between the support and resistance makes the stock appealing to channeling stock traders. The difference between support and resistance typically needs to be at least 10% to 15%. Preferrably, 20% or more. Generally the support and resistance


Bull Flag Pattern

The bull flag pattern is probably the most bullish chart pattern you can trade.  As the name suggests, it looks like a flag pole with a flag on the top portion of the pole. To form the pattern, the price rises substantially in a short period of time and then consolidates for generally a few


Common Mistakes to Avoid while Trading

Common Mistakes to Avoid while Trading Failure to cut losses: Pride, ego, or stubbornness prevents the trader from selling. Not knowing “how much” to trade on each position: Overtrading positions can kill your account and take you out for good (risk of ruin). (Learn to position size) Average down in price: Placing good money after