Charts & Patterns

  1. How To Decide If A Company's Stock Is Worth Buying

    NYU Stern Professor of Finance Aswath Damodaran shares his strategy for evaluating a company's stock.
  2. Up/Down Gap Side-by-Side White Lines

    The side by side white lines pattern is a three-candle continuation pattern that occurs in candlestick charts.
  3. Upside/Downside Gap Three Methods

    The gap three methods are three-candle reversal patterns that appear on candlestick charts.
  4. Three Outside Up/Down

    The three outside up and three outside down are three-candle reversal patterns that appear on candlestick charts.
  5. Three Inside Up/Down

    The three inside up and three inside down are three-candle reversal patterns that appear in candlestick charts.
  6. Three Stars in the South

    The three stars in the south is a three-candle bullish reversal pattern that appears on candlestick charts.
  1. Mastering Short-Term Trading

    The ultimate goal for any strategy is keeping your losses at a minimum and your profits at a maximum.
  2. Forces That Move Stock Prices

    You can't predict exactly how stocks will behave, but knowing what affects prices will put you ahead of the pack.
  3. ADX: The Trend Strength Indicator

    The average directional index (ADX) can lead traders to reduced risk and increase profit potential.
  4. Introduction to Elliott Wave Theory

    Acquaint yourself with the principle built on the discovery that stock markets did not behave in a chaotic manner.
  5. Prices Plunging? Buy A Put!

    You can make money on a falling stock. Find out how going long on a put can lead to profits.
  6. Learn How To Trade The Market In 5 Steps

    Learn how to trade the markets with skill and authority, starting with these five basic concepts.
  1. When to Sell Stocks

    Buying at the right price determines profit, but selling at the right price locks it in.
  2. 5 Ways to Double Your Investment

    From risky maneuvers to slow-and-steady strategies, we look at five methods to double your money.
  3. Top 5 Books Every Young Investor Must Read

    Reading these respected books by finance legends will help you begin investing on the right foot.
  4. Where can I find historical stock/index quotes?

    Traditionally, historical quotes on stocks and indexes were hard to come by for the general public, but this is no longer ...
  5. Absolute Value

    A business valuation method that uses discounted cash flow analysis to determine a company's financial worth. The absolute ...
  6. Think Like Warren Buffett

    They don't call him "The Oracle" for nothing. Learn how Buffett comes up with his winning picks.
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