Moving Average: All about Moving Averages || 2020 Tutorial

Moving averages are one of the most commonly used indicators in technical analysis. The main objective of moving averages is to identify the primary trend followed by the markets, removing it from very short-term distortions. The moving average is only the average of a historical series of data.   Whenever new data is added to […]

Graphic Technical Analysis – How to read a stock market charts

The main objective of the Graphic Technical Analysis is the analysis of the cyclical behavior of the market. Prices, in fact, design price patterns, whose recognition allows you to understand what happened in the recent past and what could happen shortly.   The theoretical assumption of this type of analysis is that “history tends to […]

The Elliott Wave Theory || 2020 Essential Tutorial

In 1946 Ralph Nelson Elliott published his famous book Nature’s Law: The Secret of the Universe. Elliott Wave Theory is an indispensable complement to Dow’s theory.   Elliott noticed that all cycles of nature, be they tide, celestial bodies, planets, day and night, could repeat themselves indefinitely. Because of the simultaneous presence of two different […]

Support and Resistence in Volume Analysis

When locating a support or resistance level, it is vital to monitor the behavior of volumes: If volumes are reduced, it means that downward pressure has temporarily decreased, but sellers still have control of the market.   The market then stops its decline, rebounds, but only for the closure of short positions. After this technical […]

Gap – Technical Analysis Tutorial – Gap-Up & Gap-Down

The gap is a price zone where no trading took place. It is a gap that can be identified by looking at price trends from a graphical point of view.   From a theoretical point of view, the gaps can be of two types: Gap-up Gap-Up occurs when prices open above the previous day’s maximum, […]

Breakout and Pullback in Technical Analysis

In this tutorial, you will learn what is a Breakout and Pullback in Technical Analysis. BreakOut We have seen that horizontal trend-lines make up important levels of resistance and static support. These are we build essential levels because of many operational strategies around these areas.   Exceeding and falling these levels often leads to sharp […]

Learn the Gann Theory in Technical Analysis

In this tutorial, you will learn all about the Gann Theory in Technical Analysis. William D. Gann, a famous American trader, has discovered, developed, and applied with remarkable success a set of mathematical rules and geometric shapes based not only on price movement but also on price duration.   Gann’s primary objective is to determine […]

What is the Dow Theory in technical analysis

What is the Dow Theory in technical analysis? The oldest and most fundamental theory of technical analysis is the Dow Theory. In 1884 Charles H. Dow invented a stock index: the Dow Jones Industrial.   Dow never wrote a book on technical analysis but expressed his ideas on the stock market in numerous articles in […]

How to read a Price Chart – Bar Chart – CandleStick – Kagi – Heikin Ashi

Introduction In this tutorial, you will learn how to read a Price Chart. We examine: Bar Chart Japanese Candlestick  Point&Figures Kagi Renko Bar Chart and Japanese Candlestick are the most common methods. All these techniques use the four most essential prices formed during the day. The open price It is the first price recorded during […]

How to identify trends in a stock market graphically

In this tutorial, you will learn how to identify trends in a stock market graphically. The market is: In an upward trend if it has drawn a sequence of increasing highs and lows. It is the buyers who have control of the market and, to provide a downward reversal signal, prices must draw a maximum […]