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Bar Chart

A free video tutorial from Luca Moschini
Technical Trader | Investor | Chinese Medicine Instructor
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152,038 students
Bar Chart

Lecture description

The bar chart is the most commonly used chart by traders and investors around the world. The bar chart displays a series of vertical lines and horizontal dashes. The four important price values (open, high, low, close) are displayed, which makes bar charts very useful for trading.

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Understand the effects that emotions have when trading, and how the can emotions can positively or negatively affect your trading plan
Understand the driving force of the market
Learn the basics of market strategies (bullish, bearish and sideways)
Identify and trade bullish candlestick patterns
Identify and trade bearish candlestick patterns
Manage trades correctly using support and resistance levels
Understand correct risk and reward ratio, position size, stop losses and targets
How to trade with Moving Averages
How to trade with Stochastics and RSI using overbought and oversold conditions
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Bar chart is the most commonly used chart by traders and investors around the world. The bar chart displays a series of vertical lines and horizontal dashes, drawing a vertical line that connects the high price with a low price and towards the dashes one on the left for the opening price and one on the right for the closing price. Forms the bar chart. The top of the vertical line represents the high price of a specific time frame. The bottom of the vertical line represents the low price. So a specific time frame. The left or example dash represents the opening price of a specific time frame and the right horizontal ash represents the closing price of a specific time frame. The timeframe can vary depending on short, medium or long term investment strategies, whether it's one minute, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 30 minutes, hourly, daily, weekly or monthly. The bar chart displays the four important price values, which makes the bar chart a very useful tool for trading.