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- Basics of Using
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- Basic Stock
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- Trading Software
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- Advanced Technical
Analysis and Trading Techniques
Analysis vs Technical Analysis
|For you beginners, stock analysis using earnings
per share, book value, etc. is called fundamental analysis.
It is tedious and time consuming and the results are questionable.
Using charts and indicators to analyze stocks is called
technical analysis and technical analysis, once learned,
can make profit making easier and faster.
|The ideal analysis would be to project where a
company's value will go in the future and enter a trade, whether
up or down, with the intent to profit. Fundamental analysis can
be very tedious and boring with poor results for reasons you've
seen yourself, such as a companies product being praised but
the stock price goes down because a major competitor just entered
the market. Technical Analysis is much more graphic and interesting
and, if used correctly, will give you solid reasons to enter
trades and exit trades as well as levels to set stops.
|Technical analysis has been around for a long time.
There are tons of books and maybe you have already read
some. They all say pretty much the same thing. And that's
the problem! Princeton's TradeTutor adds some new techniques
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