Introduction to Chart Patterns

Triple Top
March 17, 2016 at 1:04 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Fast Forming Reversal Stock chart patterns are one of the most important tools that today’s investors have to help them make educated predictions about what will happen to a stock that they are interested in months or even years down the road. While m...Read More »
Triple Bottom
March 17, 2016 at 1:03 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Peaks in Low Places Reversal trends like the triple bottom are very common in technical analysis. This method of evaluating the market is useful to individual and short term traders that are interested in buying and selling at the right time. Instead of...Read More »
Symmetrical Triangle
March 17, 2016 at 1:03 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Breakout Necessary Instead of merely relying on assumptions about supply and demand, the technical analyst researches the history and performance of a certain stock, including the way that prices fluctuate under different circumstances. Over time, this ...Read More »
Rounding Bottom
March 17, 2016 at 1:02 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Weekly Chart Pattern Technical analysis uses stock charts and visible patterns to help analysts make educated predictions about whether a stock is about to increase or decrease in price. By gathering information about price points for a certain stock ov...Read More »
Rising Wedge
March 17, 2016 at 1:01 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Tricky To Confirm Unlike fundamental analysts, who rely on their knowledge of societal factors to gauge public demand for a certain commodity, technical analysts rely instead on evaluations of a stock’s past performance and price points. Examining thi...Read More »
Rectangle
March 17, 2016 at 1:00 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Pause for the Cause If you’ve never heard of stock chart patterns like the rectangle before, you should know that they are part of a method of technical analysis used to evaluate the market and make decisions about which stocks are moving in the right...Read More »
Price Channel
March 17, 2016 at 1:00 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” h2 style=”font-size:24px;”>Know Where You’re Headed Using world events and estimations of supply and demand to guide your investment decisions is called fundamental analysis, and it is the favorite evaluation method of those that are invol...Read More »
Measured Move Bullish
March 17, 2016 at 12:59 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Three Part Formation When you think of the word trend or pattern, you most likely envision something that is dependable and consistent. So what happens when you think you are following a trend, and then it moves all over the place in unexpected ways? It...Read More »
Measured Move Bearish
March 17, 2016 at 12:58 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Long Term Decline Tracking and observing long term trends like the measured move bearish is part of a practice known as technical analysis. Traders that participate in this methodology track the price points, volume, distribution and performance of thei...Read More »
Head and Shoulders Top
March 17, 2016 at 12:57 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Reversals You Should Recognize Stock patterns are the technical analyst’s best friend because they allow the seasoned analyst to make educated predictions about what the future of a security holds, simply by studying the past. The head and shoulders t...Read More »
Head and Shoulders Bottom
March 17, 2016 at 12:56 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Volume Driven Reversal Evaluating the activity of stock prices over large periods of time, and interpreting the patterns that you find there as a way of informing your predictions about how a stock may act in the future is a practice known as technical ...Read More »
Head and Shoulders
March 17, 2016 at 12:56 pm
Back to “Technical Analysis Guide” Popular and Reliable Technical analysis is based on the belief that even in the stock market, history is destined to find itself repeated. Unlike in the fashion industry, this assumption is good for analysts, because it allows them to make high probabil...Read More »

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