Technical Analysis

technical analysis chart There is No Guarantee of a Breakout

Technical Analysis Stock Chart

Technical analysis scrutinizes equities based on past measurements like asset price and trading volume, which give a view of past performance and stock trends. The technical analysis method does not assign value to a given equity; rather it simply reviews charts and statistical measurement of historical market activity in order to best predict future moves.

Investors should pay close attention to an equity’s direction, speed and distance throughout a technical analysis review. Is the price traveling in an upward or downward direction? What speed is the price moving at? Lastly, what distance will the price travel in a given direction?

Recent Articles

There is No Guarantee of a Breakout

Lower volume favors higher volatility and a pullback. More 

Trade of the Day: Breakout Could Send ABX Stock Soaring

Barrick Gold Corporation (USA) is trading in a bullish consolidation pattern. More 

Stocks Start ‘Sleeper’ Week by Slipping

The intermediate- and near-term trends are up, but the bulls have something to prove More 

Trade of the Day: It’s Not Too Late to Short NVS Stock

Traders can expect more selling in Novartis AG (ADR). More 

Expect Profit-Taking in This Low-Volume Week

The market is mildly overbought as small and mid caps approach major resistance. More 

TRADE OF THE DAY: JBLU Stock About to Take Off

JetBlue Airways Corporation flashed a new buy signal, bouncing off of an oversold condition. More 

Don’t Buy This Dull Market

Until we see a convincing breakout, traders should sell into the rally. More 

Trade of the Day: TMUS Stock Looks Ripe for a Short Sale

T-Mobile US Inc formed a rounding top with several sell signals. More 

Rally Looks Destined to Fail

Low volume, massive overhead and a knee-jerk reaction to the Fed seem like an odd way to begin a new leg up. More 

Trade of the Day: KRE on the Verge of a Strong Buy Signal

Buy SPDR KBW Regional Banking (ETF) as a long-term investment on a break above resistance. More