### ELLIOTT WAVE

A flat correction differs from a zigzag in that the subwave sequence is 3-3-5, as shown in Figures 1 and 2. Since the first actionary wave,

### Fibonacci studies: arcs, fans, retracements, and time

Overview: Leonardo Fibonacci was a mathematician who was born in Italy around the year 1170. It is believed that Mr. Fibonacci discovered..

### Indicator

The Negative Volume Index (“NVI”) focuses on days where the volume decreases from the previous day. The premise being that the “smart money” takes positions on days when volume decreases

### Basic Technicals

MACD technical analysis MACD technical analysis stands for moving average convergence/divergence analysis of stocks.

### Fundamental Analysis

Doubling Stocks Review: Is this a scam? If you are looking for the truth about doubling stocks this is a necessity. One always thought there was something wrong with a doubling of stocks.

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### Technical Analysis for .. ..Why?

How to investment in the stock market benefited from the technical Analysis.

What is Technical Analysis?

Technical Analysis is the study of supply and demand in the stock market, by comparing the history of stock price movements and volume (the number of shares traded).  Understanding the way the price moves in relation to the Open, High, Low and Closing Prices on a given minute, hour, day, week or month and comparing that to the volume can give an insight into future market direction.  The data required is usually displayed in a Stock Chart so it is easily consumed.

The science / art of technical analysis usually falls into different areas of study:

1. Supply & Demand – Stock Price Movement vs Volume
2. Trend Following – understanding what trends are
3. Waves & Cycle Analysis – understanding how markets move
4.Stock Charts – Price – plotting price in charts to understand the history of the Stock,
5.Share or Market   Index using Bars, Candlesticks or Point and Figure Charting.
6.Trend Interpretation – Drawing Trend Lines – Support and Resistance Lines

7. Price Indicators – the study of price based chart indicators or Oscillators know as Stochastics,”Relative Strength Index” (RSI), “Rate of Change” (ROC), “Moving Averages” (MA), “Moving Average Convergence Divergence” (MACD), Parabolic SAR, ADX Average Direction Movement Index.

8.Study of Volume – understanding how the level of volume has a relationship with price – and how price has a relationship with volume.

9.Study of Price Volume Indicators – “On Balance Volume” (OBV), Chaikins Money Flow,
“Time Segmented Volume” (TSV), MoneyStream.

10.Market Sentiment – understanding the madness of crowds