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Technical Investing

Technical investing is a market and stock timing discipline, whose participants analyze charts and graphs to make investment decisions. Technical investors fundamentally believe in the efficient market theory: that all information on the markets and on individual stocks are known and are priced into the securities, and that securities are fairly valued at all times. That said, what moves the markets and individual stocks are the emotions, reactions, and psychology of individuals regarding economic events and news. Technical investors believe that reactions fall into repeated and predictable patterns, which can be measured by using charts and graphs. By identifying these patterns early, and by determining where on the chart your investment lies, there is a probability of predicting future price movements that can aid in your stock buying or selling decisions. Technical investors also rely on mathematical indicators to help predict future price movements.  

Most smart investors use both fundamental and technical analysis when making investment decisions. The fundamentalists use terms like sales, earnings, and cash flow to research a business and value its shares. The technical investors use tools such as: resistance and support levels, trendlines, oscillators, head & shoulder formations, etc. to determine stock price trends, as well as entry and exit points, when trading.  

Young adults need to understand technical analysis, as it is the foundation of many successful trading strategies.

 


 

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