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When you use indicators or any technical analysis tool as part of your analysis, one very important point to remember is that they are derivatives of price action and any buy or sell signal should be taken in context with other technical analysis tools, as well as the underlying price action.

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Technical analysis basics

Technical Analysis Basics

Dhanashri Academy


Definition

Definition

Technical analysis is a term used for predicting the direction of prices of a stock through the study of past market data, primarily price and volume.


Chart showing price history and volume

Chart Showing Price History And Volume


History

History

Technical analysis dated back from 17th century in Dutch and French markets. But where as in Asia, technical analysis is said to be developed by Homma Munehisa (Father of candlesticks) during early 18th century which evolved into the use of candlestick techniques(will be explained later in detail), and is today a technical analysis charting tool.

Later in 20th centaury many technical analyzing tools were developed and many books were written by several technical analysts to forecast the direction of prices of a stock.


Continued

Continued…

The books written by few analyst have played a significant role in doing the analysis which includes In the 1920s and 1930s Richard W. Schabacker published several books which continued the work of Charles Dow and William Peter Hamilton in their books Stock Market Theory and Practice and Technical Market Analysis. In 1948 Robert D. Edwards and John Magee published Technical Analysis of Stock Trends which is widely considered. These books are a must read for a person who considers serious learning of technical analysis.


Pioneers or so called pillars of technical analysis

Pioneers or so called pillars of Technical Analysis…

1. Dow Jones (known for his famous Dow Theory)

2. Ralph Nelson Elliott (known for his famous Elliot wave theory)

3. William Delbert Gann (also known as W.D.Gann, famous for his Gann fan\Gann wheel

4. Richard Wyckoff (known for his famous Wyckoff chart)

5. Bill Williams(known for his famous volume indicators)


Technical analysis v s fundamental analysis

Technical Analysis V/S Fundamental Analysis

The major difference between Fundamental Analysis (FA) and Technical Analysis (TA) is, While fundamental analysts examine earnings, dividends, new products, research and the like, technical analysts examine what investors fear or think about those developments and whether or not investors have the option to back up their opinions; these two concepts are called psych (psychology) and supply/demand(should consider very important in TA). Analysts employ many techniques, one of which is the use of charts. Using charts, technical analysts seek to identify price patterns and market trends in financial markets and attempt to exploit those patterns.

a. Price Pattern

b. Market trend


Candle stick explained

Candle Stick Explained


Graph time resolution

Graph Time Resolution

Daily - 1 candle = 1 day

Useful for analyzing short term trends

Weekly - 1 candle = 1 week

Useful for analyzing intermediate term trend

Monthly - 1 candle = 1 month

Useful for analyzing long term trends


Trend the direction of prices

Trend – The Direction Of Prices


Golden rule of technical analysis trading

Golden Rule Of Technical Analysis Trading

Trade With Trand


Want to trade successfully

Just choose the good positions and avoid the bad ones. Poor trade selection takes a heavy toll as it bleeds your confidence and wallet. You face many crossroads during each market day. Without a system of discipline for your decision-making, impulse and emotion will undermine skills as you chase the wrong stocks at the worst times.

Want to trade successfully?


Many short term players view trading as a form of gambling

Without planning or discipline, they throw money at the market. The occasional big score reinforces this easy money attitude but sets them up for ultimate failure. Without defensive rules, insiders easily feed off these losers and send them off to other hobbies.

Many short-term players view trading as a form of gambling


Technical analysis teaches traders to execute positions based on numbers time and volume

Technical Analysis teaches traders to execute positions based on numbers, time and volume

Without planning or discipline, they throw money at the market. The occasional big score reinforces this easy money attitude but sets them up for ultimate failure. Without defensive rules, insiders easily feed off these losers and send them off to other hobbies.


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