An Overview Of Chart Types Used In Technical Analysis

Charts are graphical presentations of price information of securities over time. Charts plot historical data based on a combination of price, volume as well as time intervals. The use of charts is so prevalent, that technical analyst is often referred to as chartists. Originally, charts were drawn manually, but a majority of charts nowadays are drawn by computer.

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An Introduction to Price Action Trading Strategies

What is Price Action?

Price action trading means basing your trading decisions on the price movements of an asset. You won’t work with indicators or other methods of analysis, or you’ll give them very little weight in the trading decision process. Price action traders believe that trades need to be made on the most important and up-to-date information, which they hold to be the current price as well as price history of a particular security.

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Building custom screener queries with Investar

We’ve got some good news for our Stock Screener users. Building custom screener queries can be intimidating and somewhat frustrating sometimes. So, in this tutorial, we are going to build upon the excellent quick screener queries with Investar to help you improve your trading strategies.

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Long-term capital gains tax (LTCG)

What is long-term capital gains (LTCG) tax?

It is the tax paid on revenue generated by an asset such as real estate, shares or share-oriented products held for a longer time than 12 months before it was sold. The definition of Long-term Capital Gains, or LTCG, is different for various products.

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What is Drawdown? An Explanation…

What is Drawdown

Drawdown is the difference between the balance of your account and the net balance of your account. A drawdown is defined as the peak-to-trough decline during a specified recorded period of an investment, fund or commodity. It is typically represented as the percentage between the peak and the subsequent trough.

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