Tag: Technical Analysis

How To Tell if a Stock is Bottoming Out

How To Tell if a Stock is Bottoming Out

  Whether your an investor or a day trader, knowing how to tell if a stock is bottoming out is a great way to find good entries in stocks. “Buy the dip” is one of the biggest memes on Financial Twitter (‘fintwit’). Users like Ramp Capital are famous for their relentless bullishness in the face of […]

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blow off top

How To Identify A Blow-Off Top

What is a Blow-Off Top? In a vacuum, a blow-off top is a steep increase in volatility, volume, and rate of price change which ultimately leads to a collapse in the opposite direction. On a chart, the price pattern often resembles a cone. It steeply increases, reaches an extreme high, then steeply decreases, with the […]

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Macroeconomic Indicators

3 Macroeconomic Indicators Worth Investigating

Macroeconomic indicators give you a big picture on the health of the economy, but why is that important and how can you use them? Below we’ll look at some peculiar macroeconomic indicators in different industries that help gauge market strengths and weaknesses. The Texas Ratio The Texas Ratio is a quick and dirty accounting ratio […]

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How to Use Moving Averages to Buy Stocks

How to Use Moving Averages to Buy Stocks

  When it comes to trading stocks, it is important that traders know how to use indicators to enter and exit trades. One key chart indicator, which day traders use to determine where stability lies, is the Moving Average (MA). Moving averages are popular among day traders, investors and technical analysts around the globe. These […]

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Heikin Ashi Candlesticks

Heikin Ashi Candlesticks Explained For Beginners

  Most day traders prefer to use candlestick charts for their analysis, but most have not heard of the Heikin Ashi candlesticks. Heikin Ashi candlesticks have recently gained popularity by day traders to identify a given trend more easily. They look pretty similar to Japanese candlesticks at the first glance, but there are still some […]

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bearish abandoned baby pattern

Bearish Abandoned Baby Pattern For Beginners

  Japanese candlestick chart patterns are a way to read and interpret the price of financial instruments. Over the last few decades, traders have been using them to make trading decisions and predict the short-term direction of the price of market instruments. Candlesticks are believed to have been invented in the 1700s by Japanese rice trader called Munehisa […]

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