Technical analysis is the study of price trends in the financial markets over time, in order to predict future trends, using mainly statistical and graphical methods. In a broad sense is that theory analysis (ie set of principles and tools) that you can predict the future trend of the price of an asset quoted (real or financial), by studying its past history and is used for the definition of decisions trading. Technical analysis aims to analyze and understand, through the analysis of the graph, the trend of prices, which in turn reflects the decisions of investors and is based on the fundamental that because investor behavior repeats over time, subject to certain conditions graphic, also prices will move accordingly. Originally analysis technique was applied only to the stock market. Its spread has been gradually extended to the commodity market, to bonds, to that currency and other international markets. The main task of technical analysis is therefore that of identifying a change of the trend at an early stage, while maintaining an investment position until there is evidence that the same trend has reversed again. Index: The Technical Analysis Types of measuring scales The Trend The technique of Swing Trading The Trendline The Channels Support and Resistance Stop-loss Take-profit The volumes Open interest The Gap The Moving AveragesIndex: The Technical Analysis Types of measuring scales The Trend The technique of Swing Trading The Trendline The Channels Support and Resistance Stop-loss Take-profit The volumes Open interest The Gap The Moving Averages

Title | : | Introduction to Technical Analysis - Lesson I |

Author | : | nasdaq59 |

Publisher | : | Edizioni R.E.I. - 2015-03-15 |

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