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Foundations: Indicator Review and Bollinger Bands

In last week’s Foundations of Stocks and Options blog which you can read here, we covered indicators and how they can assist and support your chart analysis through the concept of divergence. Now, let’s take a moment to do a quick review of what we have learned about indicators. Simply put, indicators are a numerical […]

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Foundations: Indicators and Divergence

In a previous Stock Market Made Simple blog, we introduced the concept of using indicators on your stock charts, which you can read here. Today, we will be taking a deeper look at at indicators and how it is presented in Foundations of Stocks and Options Level 2 Class 7. An indicator is a statistical […]

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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 as ​they are ​presented in Foundations of Stocks and Options Level 1 Class 5. We will cover […]

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Stock Market Made Simple: Indicators

Welcome to the last piece of the Stock Market Made Simple blog puzzle. Granted this puzzle has been small in size but it has laid a concise foundation for anyone to take the next step forward in trading the stock market. Our puzzle pieces have covered such topics as candlesticks, opening and closing trades, and […]

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An Overview of the Stochastics Indicator

Indicators are an important part of the trader’s toolkit, especially when you learn to appropriately use the indicators which are available to you. However, many people look at indicators as a “signal” that says “buy now” or “sell now.” For most people, they are looking for that buy/sell signal, and when they see it, they […]

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How Bollinger Bands Can Simplify Your Trade Analysis

From time to time, something happens that changes an industry, and by “change” we mean something happens that makes everyone look at the industry in question entirely different. Email changed the way letters were written, and commonplace communication took place, Google changed the way web search was done, the iPhone changed the expectations around cell […]

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