Category: Learn To Trade

Bollinger Bands

Bollinger Bands ® help you to evaluate a stock’s volatility over time. When plotting Bollinger Bands ® on a chart will see one line above and one line below the price chart of the stock. When a stock is making major price movements or is very volatile its Bollinger...

Moving Average Convergence Divergence (MACD)

The moving average convergence divergence indicator is commonly called the MACD. The MACD is designed to find up trends and down trends in a stock via its moving averages. MACD The MACD indicator is calculated using three attribute of the stock’s price movement. Those 3...

Symmetrical Triangle

The Symmetrical Triangle chart pattern is formed when a stock’s highs and lows converge together to form a triangle shape. Therefore, the stock is having less and less price fluctuation. This is a stand off with the buyers and sellers. The Symmetrical Triangle pattern is...

Stochastics

The technical indicator called Stochastics is used to determine patterns of uptrends and downtrends in a stock’s trading pattern. The oscillation of the Stochastics shows you when a stock is nearing or within an oversold area or nearing or within an overbought area. Stochastics come...

Relative Strength Indicator (RSI)

The RSI or Relative Strength Index is a technical indicator used to find when a stock has been oversold or overbought. The RSI is usually plotted below the chart and its number always ranges from 0 to 100. As you can see from the chart...

Reverse Head and Shoulders Pattern

Also called an Inverse Head and Shoulders Pattern.  This is a mirrored version on the standard Head and Shoulders pattern, the Reverse Head and Shoulders pattern is formed with an initial valley (first shoulder), followed by a lower valley (the head) and finally a higher...

Head and Shoulders

The Head and Shoulders pattern is classified as a reversal formation. The Head and Shoulder pattern can be seen in a chart when it has formed a peak (first shoulder), followed by a higher peak (the head) and a final lower peak (second shoulder). After identifying the head...

Double Bottom Pattern

The Double Bottom Pattern is formed when a stock’s price falls to a support level once, bounces off and then falls right back down to the same support level. Therefore, usually within a short time span, a stock hit two lows of nearly the same price. The Double...

Double Top Pattern

The Double Top Pattern is formed when a stock’s price climbs to a resistance level once, bounces off and then climbs right back the same resistance level. Therefore, usually within a short time span, a stock hit two highs of nearly the same price. The...

Descending Triangle

Reverse all that we wrote about the Ascending Triangle Pattern and you have the Descending Triangle Pattern. This means, that the Descending Triangle Pattern is formed when the stock is showing strong support at a given low, but it is having lower and lower highs. The struggle between sellers and...