Chart Types

  1. How To Use A Moving Average To Buy Stocks

    How To Use A Moving Average To Buy Stocks

    The Moving Average indicator is one of the most useful tools to trade and analyze ...
  2. The Basic Language Of Candlestick Charting

    If you want to use candlestick charting to get a sense of where a stock is headed, ...
  3. Advantages Of Data-Based Intraday Charts

    We take a look at these chart intervals and how we can use them to our advantage. ...
  4. Western Line Vs. Candlestick Charting

    These methods both have their merits, but they may be strongest when combined.
  5. Candlestick Charting: What Is It?

    Discover the components and basic patterns of this ancient technical analysis technique. ...
  6. Channeling: Charting A Path To Success

    Find out how to build these charts showing buy, sell, stop-loss and take-profit points, ...
  1. Charts To Watch As Fed Raises Rates

    Weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  2. Is It A Breakout? See The Point-And-Figure Chart

    These stocks have broken out of a triple top formation using point-and-figure charting, ...
  3. ChartAdvisor for November 17 2014

    Weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  4. ChartAdvisor for November 7 2014

    A weekly technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  5. ChartAdvisor for October 30 2014

    A technical summary of the major U.S. indexes.
  6. Trend Following Tips for ETF Investors

    The return of volatility has renewed interest in active management strategies. One ...
  1. Software Summary: Finviz.com Stock Screener

    Quickly find the stock, future or forex pair you're looking for with Finviz.com's ...
  1. Are Bollinger Bands® useful for analyzing highly volatile securities?

    Discover how the dynamic nature of Bollinger Bands makes them a very useful indicator for securities that have historically ...
  2. How do traders identify key signals from the autoregressive moving average?

    See how traders and technical analysts use autoregressive moving averages to create forecasting models, and learn why this ...
  3. What are the differences between a bar chart and candle sticks?

    Explore the difference between bar and candlestick charts. Learn how technical analysts use charts in the analysis of supply ...
  4. What do you call a candlestick with no shadows, and what does it mean?

    A candlestick with no shadow is regarded as a strong signal of conviction by either buyers or sellers depending on whether ...
  1. Candlestick Charts

    A candlestick chart contains a lot of useful information in a simple form, learn ...
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