Tag: Technical analysis
There are two main types of stocks on the public market: common and preferred. Why do we need to have two distinct types of shares and what’s the difference between them? In this article, we’ll take a look at these two types of stocks (shares) to figure out which one would be a better choice for an investor.
We all used to recognize companies by their names but there are many other ways to identify a particular company. Every company needs a so-called “ticker symbol” in order to be tradable on a stock exchange. Apple Inc, an American IT giant is also known as “NASDAQ: AAPL” and Nestle SA, a Swiss conglomerate, is known as “SWX: NESN”.
Candlestick price chart in trading and technical analysis is a very common way to visualize price movements. It’s relatively easy to understand, it’s informative and this type of chart can give some additional helpful hints to a trader that a simple chart can’t provide.
Stock market technical analysis has many tools, techniques, and indicators that are used for price forecasting but one of them is particularly important: the concept of support and resistance levels. In this article we’ll explain how are those support and resistance levels supposed to work and how can you find them and why are they important.
Elliott wave principle is a fundamental way of analyzing and predicting price trends in technical analysis. In this article, we’ll explain how the Elliott wave principle works in theory and explore why it has been criticized in recent years. What is the Elliott Wave Principle?
There are a lot of ‘animal’ slang words in finance and there are many reasons for that. One of those reasons is that investors are animals too and sometimes they behave in the irrational, herd-ish ways. Today we’ll take a look at two of the most famous ‘animal’ terms in finance: a bull and a bear market.