Category Archives for Foundations of Stocks and Options

Foundations: Moving Averages

In our Stock Market Made Simple series we introduced you to using indicators and the information they bring to a trader’s toolkit, which you can read here. Today, we are going to take a closer look at indicators such as the simple moving average and the exponential moving average and how that information can be […]

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Foundations: Trend Lines

Two weeks ago, we covered building a framework for your trades using support and resistance lines. When we locate and mark lines of support and resistance on our charts, it gives us a framework upon which we can ​build. It provides a graphical representation of trader sentiment, and it defines pivot points where a stock […]

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Foundations: Buying Long and Selling Short

​In last week’s blog, which you can read here, we covered building a framework for your trades using support and resistance lines. By marking lines of support on a candlestick chart, we are identifying price points which the stock historically will not drop below, and by marking lines of resistance, we are identifying price points […]

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Foundations: Support and Resistance a Framework for Trading

We first introduced you to support and resistance lines in our Stock Market Made Simple blog, which you can read here. Today, we are going to dive deeper by introducing you to technical analysis.Technical analysis is the study of a stock’s historical price points, which is displayed using graphical charts such as a candlestick chart. […]

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Foundations: Breaking Down a Stock Chart

In our Stock Market Made Simple blog series, we introduced the concept of a stock chart and covered the information they provide to traders, which you can read here. Today, we are going to delve deeper into stock charts as it is taught in the first Foundations of Stocks and Options Level 1 class.​What Is […]

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