I am currenty writing a book and recording the multimedia Trader Academy Pro Training course, which will be absolutely unique. However while I am tuning the content I have a question for you ! Technical Analysis, how much of it do you actually find useful or use?
There are so many theories and tool sets out there!
- Japanese Candlesticks
- Bollinger Bands
- Envelope Channels
- Moving Averages, MACD, RSI, Stochastics
- Momentum, Rate of Change (ROC)
- Sentiment Indicators (Market Vane for example)
- Dow Theory
There are even more exotic methods, such as
- Japanese Ichimoku Charts, Clouds
- Point and Figure Charts
- Gann Theory and Gann Angles
- Fibonacci Retracement, Fibonacci Arcs, Fibonacci Time Zones
- Elliott Wave
- Andrews Pitchfork
- Raff Regression
- Tirone Levels
- Parabolic SAR
- Gann Theory
But what do you find useful. I understand how to use most of these indicators and theories having studied them all however what do you personally find brings you results? I would absolutely love to hear your thoughts and musings, please leave a post and share your views with the world.
I promise to respond to you all 🙂
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