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Understanding Technical Analysis
There are two main disciplines of security analysis; fundamental and technical. Technical analysis considers market activity to reveal significant new information and understand the psychological factors affecting stock price in an effort to predict future prices and trends. learn more...


How to Use the Signal and Sentiment Stockscores
Learn the difference between the two Stockscores and how to read them to find the best opportunities. learn more...


What causes movement in stock price?
We all want to make money in the stock market. We do so by selling stock at a price higher than what we buy it for. It makes sense, then, that to make money in the stock market, we need to understand what causes prices to change. By having an appreciation for the things that motivate stock price change, we can be better at anticipating the direction and velocity of price moves. learn more...
Support and Resistance
The concepts of support and resistance are among the most important in technical analysis. They represent psychological barriers that can impede a stock's move, but can also be utilized to anticipate new information. When making a visual assessment of a stock chart, a solid understanding of support and resistance can help investors determine entry and exit points for profitable trading. learn more...


Chart Pattern Basics
Few indicators can predict future stock price movement as well as chart patterns. This essay exposes the six simple things that every trader should understand about chart patterns charts learn more...


Optimism vs. Pessimism
Good traders don't fight the mood of the market. This essay describes why understanding crowd psychology is important, and simple ways to know whether the market is optimistic or pessimistic. learn more...


Types of Trading
There is a difference between long term investors and traders, but within trading there are also three styles that you can employ. This essay discusses each type of trading, and provides guidance on what style may be right for you. learn more...
 

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