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Technical Analysis Guide

Technical Analysis is a trading discipline employed to evaluate investments and identify trading opportunities by analyzing statistical trends gathered from trading activity, such as price movement and volume.

To most investors/traders, support and resistance levels are the number 1 most commonly used price action tool for gauging when to enter and exit trades. It is also one of the easiest indicators to see even without having to put much effort into spotting them on a chart.

In this course, we cover all aspects of technical analysis from support and resistance, moving averages, to reversal and breakout trading.

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Technical analysis basics

Support & Resistance

Learn how to use the number 1 most commonly used price action tool!

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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS BASICS

Trendlines

Learn how to draw and utilize trendlines in your technical analysis!

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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS BASICS

Moving Averages

Learn all about moving averages, and how to trade with them!

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Technical analysis basics

Relative Strength Index

Learn all RSI, and how to trade with it!

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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS BASICS

MACD Indicator

Learn all about the MACD indicator, and how to trade with it!

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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS BASICS

Candlestick Pattern Basics

Learn all about candlestick patterns, how to spot them, and how to trade them!

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Technical analysis patterns

Engulfing & Pinbar Candlesticks

Learn all about engulfing & pinbar candlestick patterns, how to spot them, and how to trade them!

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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS patterns

Doji Candlestick Patterns

Learn all about doji candlestick patterns, how to spot them, and how to trade them!

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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS patterns

Hammer Candlestick Patterns

Learn all about hammer candlestick patterns, how to spot them, and how to trade them!

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Technical analysis patterns

Wedge Patterns

Learn how to trade breakouts using wedges!

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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS patterns

Head and Shoulders Patterns

Learn how to use this popular reversal method in your trading

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TECHNICAL ANALYSIS patterns

Building a Technical Bias

How to use technicals to assist your trading entries

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Technical Trading Strategies

Breakout Trading

Learn how to capture momentum in the markets with this simple breakdown

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TECHNICAL TRADING STRATEGIES

Reversal Trading

Learn how to spot markets reversing early, and get involved!

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Automate your Technical Analysis!

Save time on the charts by integrating software tools that help automate your favorite technical strategies!
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