Basics of Technical Analysis: Technical Analysis is an Art and science of forecasting future prices based on past price movements.
It uses information like price, volume, open interest, candle patterns, chart patterns and indicators etc.
A candlestick chart allows traders to compare the behaviour of price in different time
periods with a quick glance at the chart Traders gauge the market sentiment by looking at the length of the candle, length of the wicks etc
Introduction to Technical Analysis and Candlestick Patterns: Technical Analysis Basics Course
Chart Patterns: Chart Patterns are a result of market psychology.They are a result of a mix of various emotions like fear, greed and due to various actions like long short, long unwinding, short covering etc.They can be used to make short-term or long-term forecasts
Chart Patterns in Technical Analysis
Gap Theory: A gap is an area on a price chart in which there were no trades .Gaps can be seen on the chart due to traders euphoria.This Euphoria could be due to any major announcements or news regarding the stock. Positive news can lead to gapup and Negative news can lead to gap down.Sometimes expectation of a good/bad news can also lead to a gap.
Gap Theory and Indicators: Technical Analysis Basics Course
Indicators: Technical Indicators are another way to look at a stock price movement.As the name goes, technical indicators indicate the price action happening in a stock.Technical Indicators broadly serve three functions: to alert, to confirm and to predict.
List of stock market technical indicators: Technical Analysis Tutorial
Basics of Trading Strategies: Trading Strategy is a set of objective rules defining the conditions that must be met for a trade entry and exit to occur. Trading strategies include specifications for trade entries, including trade filters and triggers.It includes rules for trade exits, money management, timeframes, order types, and other relevant information.
Basics of Trading Strategies
Intraday and Positional Trading Strategies: In this video we will be seeing several trading strategies using bollinger bands, pivot points, candle stick patterns, volume, EMA, MACD, RSI, Gaps which can be used in intraday as well as positional trading.
Intraday & Positional Trading Strategies for Stocks
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