• Stock Chart Training for Traders.

Stock Charts are your window into what is going on with a stock's price. Spatial Pattern Recognition Skills are needed if you really are serious about becoming a consistently successful trader. Regardless of your trading style: intraday, day, velocity, swing, or position trading learning how to read Charts is a critical skill. When you can interpret a chart correctly you will be able to anticipate the direction the stock will take, how long the run will sustain, and how fast the stock will move. With this information you can determine the correct trading style to use, the strategy to use, the correct entry price, stop loss placement, and your exit strategy before you ever enter the stock. Learn chart analysis from the top educators in stock market training.


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Bar Charts:

The bar chart evolved out of the need of professionals who traded stocks on a short term basis as well as buying a stock as a long term investment ...

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Candlestick Charts:

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

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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 developed before computers...

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Equivolume Charts:

Equivolume Charts were developed in the early 1980’s by Richard W Arms. It is important to remember that the 80’s was a very .....

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Kagi charts:

The Kagi chart is a chart used for tracking price movements and to make decisions on purchasing stock. It differs from traditional stock charts.... 

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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 chart represents price in its....

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Renko Charts:

Renko Charts are a Japanese Charting System similar to Point and Figure Charts but instead of X’s and 0’s as are used in western Point and ..

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Three Line Break:

Interpretation of the Three Line Break Charts is similar to candlestick reversal patterns. Three line break charts are also used to clarify support ...

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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 developed before computers....

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