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Stock Charts are your window into what is going on with a stock's price. You may hear that a stock has gone up in price, but without being able to SEE what that really means, you have no idea whether the stock is a good buy or not. 

For instance, we all know that stocks move up and down in price. Unless you study a stock chart, you will not be able to determine if that stock has been running so fast that professionals are ready to take profits which can cause the stock to fall in price due to their huge order flow.

When you understand the what, when, why, and how to stock chart analysis, you will become a better stock trader, or investor. You will be able to choose stocks that are going to perform well for your trading or investing goals. A stock chart contains vital information in a relatively simple form. 

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Bar Charts:

The bar chart evolved out of the need of professionals who traded stocks on a short term...

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Candlestick Charts:

Candlestick Charts used in modern technical analysis are derived from the ancient Japanese Candlestick...

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Candlevolume Charts:

The Point and Figure Charts are not as popular today as they once were. Point and Figure charts were...

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Equivolume Charts:

Equivolume Charts were developed in the early 1980’s by Richard W Arms. It is important to....

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Kagi charts:

The Kagi chart is a chart used for tracking price movements and to make decisions on purchasing...

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Line Charts:

A Line Chart is the oldest type of stock chart and has been used for more than a century. The line...

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Renko Charts:

Renko Charts are a Japanese Charting System similar to Point and Figure Charts but instead of...

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Three Line Break:

Three Line Break Charts are another Japanese invention. This charting style is similar to Point in Figure in that it....

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Point and Figure:

The Point and Figure Charts are not as popular today as they once were. Point and Figure charts were....

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