The Fundamentals of Technical Analysis
How would you like it if you have the power to predict the future? Or, at least the future of the outcome of the financial market?
With this skill, you can be sure that you will always make the right decisions when it comes to trading stocks, futures, options, and currencies. With this ability, you will be able to acquire big profits with certainty because you know the future of the trends, prices and as well as avoiding the risks of losing money.
Investors in the financial market would really pay a lot of money to get information about the future of a certain security.
This is why they are now discovering new ways of determining the possible price ranges and the trends of a particular security they want to buy or sell.
If they do have this ability, they would now be very rich and would be impossible for them to lose money.
However, the sad fact is, people don’t have the ability to predict the future. This is why many people speculate. In the financial market, one way to speculate is by using technical analysis. This tool claims to accurately predict the outcome of the market by basing it on the technical analysis charts, trends, price change, and volatility.
With this tool, you can have a guide on what decision you would want to make when it comes to the financial market and making a profit.
Technical analysis is based on 3 main fundamentals. In order to accurately predict the market outcome, you have to master these three fundamentals of technical analysis.
The first thing you should consider in technical analysis and how it works is the market discount. A technical analyst is not concerned about the reasons behind a price movement, like political factors, supply and demand, and market sentiment. He or she is only concerned with the price movement itself. He or she won’t care if he buys or sells stocks from a small company or a large company.
The second thing you have to consider is the price moves in trends. The price can move in three directions: up, down and sideways. If one of the directions is constant, it will usually create a trend. You have to know that the market trend is simply the direction of a particular market. And, this is what you should be concerned about when analyzing technically. Once again, as a technical analyst, you don’t have to ask questions about why it is going in that direction. You will only determine the market direction or the trend.
The third thing you should consider about technical analysis is that history tends to repeat itself. Prices that go up will eventually come down and vice versa. It is only a matter of predicting when it will rise or fall. A technical analyst will predict when this will likely happen by examining charts and price movements of a particular security.
However, technical analysis isn’t all that 100% accurate and is still being debated as to the legitimacy of this theory. It is even considered as an art instead of exact science.
So, because it isn’t all that accurate, you will need some things to support your prediction. You need additional technical indicators in order to confirm your predictions.
Here are some examples of technical indicators that you can also use in analyzing the financial market:
* Support Resistance Indicators
* Volatility Indicators
* Cycle Indicators
* Strength Indicators
* Momentum Indicators
Mastering to use these tools will enable you to know where the market is going. If you use it accordingly, you can be sure that you will profit from the financial market and avoid losses.