Straightforward Technical Analysis for Beginners

Learn technical analysis without all the extra detail and get straight to the point.
Rating: 3.8 out of 5 (118 ratings)
3,507 students
Straightforward Technical Analysis for Beginners
Rating: 3.8 out of 5 (118 ratings)
3,507 students
Learn how to analyze charts using patterns, indicators, etc.

Requirements

  • Be able to keep an open-mind and have an interest in reading and analyzing charts
Description

A straightforward teaching approach to learning the basics of how to trade using Technical Analysis. In this course we will be able to understand how to use several chart patterns, candlesticks, and indicators without all the extra confusing details of chart analysis. This course gets straight to the point of how to use these tools so you can implement the information in your trading strategy as soon as possible.

Who this course is for:
  • Beginners looking to learn technical analysis at a basic level
Course content
5 sections • 16 lectures • 32m total length
  • Introduction
    01:52
  • What is a Candlestick?
    03:51
  • Quick Candlestick Quiz
    2 questions
  • Basic Support and Resistance
    02:28
  • Trendlines
    02:10
  • Channels
    01:45
  • Understanding Support and Resistance Quiz
    3 questions
  • MACD
    03:34
  • Parabolic SAR
    01:40
  • Relative Strength Index (RSI)
    03:01
  • Chart Indicator Quiz
    3 questions
  • Double Top
    02:23
  • Double Bottom
    01:02
  • Head & Shoulders
    01:38
  • Rising Wedge
    02:21
  • Falling Wedge
    01:11
  • Bullish Pennant
    01:24
  • Bearish Pennant
    01:01
  • Chart Pattern Quiz
    5 questions
  • Conclusion
    01:13

Instructor
Godfrey P.
  • 3.8 Instructor Rating
  • 118 Reviews
  • 3,507 Students
  • 1 Course

My name is Godfrey, I have a great passion in trading. More specifically I trade in the Forex and Cryptocurrency market using Technical Analysis. The things I like most about trading is the idea of analyzing the charts with hundreds of ways of looking at where price action would head next, understanding the psychology of buyers and sellers, and the fact that trading is a never-ending journey that you never stop learning.