Stock Market Trading with Technical Analysis

An Introduction to Technical Tools and Indicators for Beginners
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1hr 41min of on-demand video
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An Introduction to Technical Analysis for Stock Market Trading


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The stock market can feel overwhelming. Some people think they are not smart enough or that they need an advanced degree to make money trading. This simply is not true. Anyone can become successful in the market if they discipline themselves to learn what works and to apply those principles under the appropriate conditions. This course will show you how technical analysis, or the use of charts and patterns, can help you to identify market trends. This course is designed with the beginner in mind as an introduction to the world of technical analysis.

Some of the topics covered include:

· How to set up your charts

· Using support and resistance to make trades

· How to read a candle stick charts

· Using Moving Averages

· Stock Market indicators to identify trends

How to tell if a stock is oversold and possibly due for a rally

· How to access if a stock is changing its momentum

· Where to access dozens of indicators online for free

· And much much more!

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner Level Stock Market Traders


Author / Trader
T. Livingston
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 980 Reviews
  • 42,861 Students
  • 2 Courses

T. Livingston is the author of Trading Within the Box: Early Entry Points for Breakout Traders, Swing Into It: A Simple System for Trading Pullbacks to the 50-Day Moving Average, and The Education of a Trader. He is widely followed on Twitter for both his educational content and market analysis. After struggling for years to make money in the markets, he was able to drastically turn his trading around through a combination of risk management techniques, buying and selling tactics, psychology, and spirituality. You can learn more about him, his trading courses, and his market insights by following him on Twitter, @TLivingstonBlog.

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