Technical Analysis 101: A Beginner’s guide to Technical Analysis

Technical analysis  refers to the study of past price action as a guide in forecasting future price movements. This involves looking at candlestick formations, chart patterns, and indicators.

The Dow Theory, which is based on the collective writings of Charles Dow, is used as the framework for modern technical analysis. Other techniques, such as those introduced by Ralph Nelson Elliott and William Delbert Gann, also comprise the commonly-used techniques in technical analysis of financial markets.

The underlying concept behind these ideas is that all market information is reflected in the asset price and that history tends to repeat itself. In other words, forex market factors such as economic data and risk sentiment are already incorporated in the exchange rate and that historical price patterns have a high probability of occurring again and again.

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1. Types of Charts
2. Japanese Candlestick Basics
3. Common Candlestick Formations
4. Double Candlestick Patterns
5. Group Candlestick Patterns
6. Support and Resistance
7. Trend lines and channels
8. Pivot point calculation methods
9. Different types of inflection points
10. Fibonacci Retracement
11. Fibonacci extension
12. Using the Fibonacci tool with support and resistance
13. Using the Fibonacci tool with trend lines
14. Using the Fibonacci tool with candlesticks
15. How Moving Averages Work
16. Types of Technical Indicators
17. Using Oscillators or Leading Indicators
18. Using Momentum or Lagging Indicators
19. Basic Forex Chart Formations
20. Elliott Wave Analysis 101
21. Understanding Harmonic Price Patterns
22. How to Trade Divergences
23. Using Multiple Time Frame Analysis