And for now - this is serous video Technical Analysis Course - Module 1: Technical Analysis and the Dow Theory
This course is designed to educate you about everything you need to know about technical analysis to make you a successful trader in any market condition. This is the Module #1 ... more to follow ...
Technical Analysis Course - Module 2: Charting Basics
... typically use one of the following three chart types: Line charts, Bar charts and Candlestick charts. Charts are an invaluable tool for stock and spread betting traders. Indeed, I would say that any time that you as a trader spend studying price charts will be worthwhile. Charts are prices. Period. Don't care what's driving them. They are prices. And they move up or down which is why they are so relevant to us traders. Charts can be a very useful and influential aid to intelligent trading.
Technical Analysis Course - Module 3: Trend Concepts
What's the point of identifying trends? Well, first of all trends tend to keep going in one direction unless acted on by a major force. In this module, it will be shown the basics of:
This video is about reversal and continuation technical analysis patterns, about trend lines, and support and resistance levels. But when the price is not so consistent, and perhaps the trend becomes sideways for a while, then the price can move in ways that create patterns that we can learn to recognize, and that suggest where and when it is going to go next.
This module is about Volume and Open Interest. When we're trading we look at the price action but we also look at the volume of trading and the open interest which is something we come across in futures and options.
Technical Analysis Course - Module 7: Oscillators and Sentiment Indicators
The oscillator tends to go between limits, or oscillate, and these limits represent times when the market is stretched, often associated with the need to change. We talk about overbought and oversold conditions, and you can think of these as when the market has gone too far too fast and quite possibly needs to correct or consolidate.
Another chart type which is covered in some depth is called point-and-figure charting, which is noticeably different from the charting techniques you have been introduced to so far, and will give you other ways to find your trades. These charts are older than bar charts in the Western world, with references dating back to the 19th century.
Technical Analysis Course - Module 9: Elliott Waves and Cycles of Time
The basics of the theory are very simple. In its fundamental form, Elliott simply said that stock market prices follow a repetitive pattern of a five wave advance followed by a three wave decline.
Technical Analysis Course - Module 10: Cloud Charts: the Ichimoku Technique
There are five lines drawn on the chart, and the first one is called Tenkan-sen, which translates to Turning Line. The second is the Kijun-sen, also know as the Standard line.