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Technical analysis is the art and science of interpreting the supply and demand in the market for an asset, whether a stock, commodity or currency. Technical analysis helps you understand stock trends, direction, and risk-reward.

8 Important Types of Stock Charts Guide: Usage & Examples

Stock charts come in many shapes and sizes.  From the differences in the bars to the different concepts applied to the chart itself.  Here...

Chapter 9 – Chart Indicators – Volume

This is an excerpt from the Liberated Stock Trader Academy Book and Training Course.  Chapter 9, Section 2.  This section covers everything you need...

Elliott Wave Theory: Bull & Bear Market Examples & Lessons

Learning the Elliott Wave Theory as a beginner can seem daunting. Apply and using Elliott Wave theory in the stock market is part science...

How to Use Relative Strength Index (RSI) On Stocks

In this article, we discover the Relative Strength Index stock chart indicators, possibly the most used chart indicator in technical analysis.  But most people...

Chapter 10. Parabolic SAR Charting Techniques

This is an excerpt from the Liberated Stock Trader PRO Book and Training Course.  Chapter 10, Section 2.In this section, we will look...

The [REAL] Head and Shoulders Pattern In 7 Steps

The importance of the Head and Shoulders pattern should not be under-estimated.The Head and Shoulders pattern is one of the most reliable patterns in...

How to Read Ichimoku Cloud Charts Explained [7 Steps]

7 Point Plan to Use Ichimoku Cloud Charts to Analyze the Stock Market Direction & Make Better Forecasting Decisions. Ichimoku Clouds are Great for...

Moving Averages – A Powerful Indicator [4 Point Analysis]

The power of Moving Averages as a stock market technical analysis indicator should never be under-estimated.See how Moving averages can be used in a...

5 Easy Steps to Use the MACD Stock Chart Indicator

Moving Average Convergence Divergence - Is it Important?MACD or Moving Average Convergence Divergence is a great way to assess a stock price direction. LEARN...

What is Techncial Analysis Software & How Does It Work?

What is Technical Analysis Software? Technical analysis software seeks to automate the visualization of the price and volume movements of assets in the financial markets.  The...

How to Draw Trend Lines on a Stock Chart Like a...

If someone asked you today, "Is the stock market in an uptrend, downtrend, or a lateral consolidation," what would you answer?Knowing the answer to...

Stock Chart Volume Indicators In-Depth Ultimate Guide

Volume is one of the most crucial stock chart indicators used by market analysts to assess the supply and demand situation for a given...

How To Use Stochastics Indicator & Is It Worth It?

In this article, we will discuss the stochastic indicator and how best to use it, but also when not to use it. What is the...

Market Breadth -The Advance Decline Line (5 Steps)

What is Market Breadth? Market breadth is a way of measuring the moves of the stock market in general by comparing the number of stocks...

Fibonacci Retracement Indicator Made Simple

There are many ardent investors who follower the Fibonacci principles almost religiously across the globe.  Indeed, when you take a close look at the...

Top 10 Rules for using Stock Chart Indicators Effectively.

Dear investor, use these rules to using Charting Indicators and you will be using a wealth of experience that comes only with years of...

Stock Charts for the Long Term Stock Market Investor

I am currently running a number of mentoring sessions with some of my clients.  During these sessions, I like to understand their investing style...

Know Stock Market Direction with a 200 Day Moving Average Chart

Learn how to properly use the 200-day moving average using these three practical and straightforward rules for success.Now is an excellent time to set...

The Line Chart – Stock Market Investors Guide

Stock charts come in many shapes and sizes.  From the differences in the bars to the different concepts applied to the chart itself.  Here...