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Course 103 - Technical Analysis

Course 103 is all about fast tracking your skills and knowledge in Stock Charts, Patterns & Stock Chart Indicators.

Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-28 Course 103: Technical Analysis in Stock Trading Summary

Course 103 Summary Summary In this course, we covered all of the core components of technical analysis. You now know all the significant stock chart...
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-23 Fibonacci Trading: Using Fibonacci Strategy in Stocks

The Fibonacci sequence is a series of numbers that describe the natural world and are used in technical analysis to plot stock chart patterns. Italian mathematician Leonardo Pisano Fibonacci (1170-1250) introduced the Fibonacci sequence to the Western world, and his work was adopted by financial traders in the late 19th century. 
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-05 How to Read & Understand Stock Charts

Reading stock charts may seem daunting at first, but with a little practice, it can be an incredibly useful tool for investors. By understanding the basics of how to read and interpret stock charts, you can gain valuable insight into a company's financial health and performance.
Chart Pattern Accuracy & Reliability

103-20 Do Chart Patterns Work? The Truth About Accuracy & Reliability

Chart patterns in technical analysis can be reliable and accurate, but they never work 100% of the time. There is no doubt that stock...
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-19 Undertanding Stock Chart Patterns

The importance of the head and shoulders pattern should not be under-estimated—one of the most reliable patterns in technical analysis, yet one of the most misunderstood.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-18 Drawing Advanced Stock Chart Trendlines

This lesson has been superseded by this advanced trendlines tutorial. https://www.liberatedstocktrader.com/chapter-7-how-to-draw-trend-lines/
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-17 How to Draw Stock Chart Trendlines

A trendline is a graphical tool that smooths out price fluctuations and shows the overall trend of a security. There are three main types of trendlines: uptrend, downtrend, and sideways trend. An uptrend is when prices are consistently increasing over time. A downtrend is when prices are consistently decreasing over time. A sideways trend is when prices are not moving much over time.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-22 What Are Gaps in Stock Charts & How To Trade Them?

Gaps in stock charts are an incredibly predictive way to assess the possible direction of stock prices. Gaps show extreme fear or greed in investor sentiment and provide a unique buying or selling opportunity.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-21 What are chart continuation patterns and how do they work?

There are two types of continuation patterns: bullish and bearish. Bullish continuation patterns occur when the market is trending upwards, while bearish continuation patterns happen when the market is trending downwards.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-16 ROC Indicator: How to use Rate of Change in Stock Trading

The Rate of Change (ROC) indicator is a technical momentum oscillator that measures the percentage change in price between two points in time. The ROC indicator can be used to identify overbought and oversold conditions and trend reversals.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-15 RSI Indicator: How To Use RSI To Improve Your Stock Trading

RSI, or Relative Strength Index, is a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of asset price movements. Used correctly, RSI can dramatically improve your stock trading results.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-14 Stochastic indicator: Using stochastics in stock trading

The stochastic indicator is a momentum indicator that measures the strength of recent price movements to identify possible overbought or oversold conditions in the market. The indicator is based on the premise that prices tend to close near the highs in an up-trending market and near the lows in a down-trending market.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-13 MACD Explained: What Is MACD & How To Use It For Trading?

The MACD indicator is a technical analysis tool that is used to identify trend reversals and to measure the strength of a trend. It can be used on all time frames, from intraday to long-term charts.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-11 Moving Averages: How to Use & Calculate Moving Averages

Moving average indicators are used to automatically plot a moving trendline on a chart, which enables the analysis of stock trends and direction. Moving averages are a simple and popular stock chart indicator.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-10 – 5 Important Stock Chart Indicators

The most popular and important stock chart indicators are moving averages, rate of change, relative strength, MACD, and stochastic. Using these indicators can provide insights into stock price trends and direction.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-09 Ichimoku Cloud Trading Strategy

Ichimoku clouds are a technical analysis tool used in stock trading and other investment fields. The clouds are composed of five lines that can be used to identify current trends, support and resistance levels, and price targets.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-08 Elliott Wave Theory

Elliott Wave Theory is a way of predicting the movement of the stock market. It says that prices move in waves, and by understanding these waves you can better predict where prices are going to go.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-06 How To Do Stock Market Trend Analysis

Stock market trend analysis is the application of mathematics and charts, to imply a historic trend and potential future probability of the trend's direction.
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-07 Predicting Stock Market Direction With Dow Theory

Dow Theory Explained Stock Market Direction Using Six Principles. These Principles form the Backbone of Modern Technical Analysis of Stocks & Markets
Course 103: Technical Analysis & Stock Charting

103-12 Volume – An Important Stock Chart Indicator

What is volume in stock charts? Volume is the number of securities traded within a certain time frame. It is usually represented by the size...

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