Introduction to Technical Analysis

Participants of the stock market generally depend on one method or another to guide them through their investment and trading decisions in the stock market. One would generally perform either Fundamental or Technical Analysis, or a mixture of both, to determine what stocks one should buy, sell or keep monitoring. Each method has its own underlying principles that would guide what one would do in the market.

The purpose of this article is to introduce the Technical Analysis approach to anyone who is interested to find out more about the topic.

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    Table of Contents
  1. Introduction
  2. Technical Analysis Explained
  3. Building Blocks of Technical Analysis: Charts
  4. Building Blocks of Technical Analysis: Trendlines
  5. Building Blocks of Technical Analysis: Moving Averages
  6. Building Blocks of Technical Analysis: Indicators - RSI
  7. Building Blocks of Technical Analysis: Indicators - Bollinger Bands
  8. Building Blocks of Technical Analysis: Indicators - MACD
  9. Building Blocks of Technical Analysis: Price Patterns - Reversal Patterns
  10. Building Blocks of Technical Analysis: Price Patterns - Continuation Patterns
  11. Conclusion
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