Stock Breakout Example, Frontline FRO

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The following stock chart of Frontline (FRO) offers a great example of a breakout. Stock Breakouts are a basic form of technical analysis spotted when a series of resistance points create a distinguishable pattern (cup with handle, W pattern, etc. to name a few). Once the stock moves out of this resistance it is known […]

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Symmetrical Triangle Example, Visa (V)

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The following stock chart of Visa (V) offers a great example of a symmetrical triangle. Symmetrical Triangles are a basic form of technical analysis spotted in both uptrends and downtrends. Depending on which way the stock breaks out of the pattern a long or short position can be entered.

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Symmetrical Triangle Example, Google (GOOG)

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The following stock chart of Google (GOOG) offers a great example of a symmetrical triangle. Symmetrical Triangles are a basic form of technical analysis spotted in both uptrends and downtrends. Depending on which way the stock breaks out of the pattern a long or short position can be entered.

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ENER Stock Example, Support and Resistance

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The recent price action of Energy Conversion Devices (ENER) offers a great example of simple support and resistance. Support and Resistance is a basic form of technical analysis that can be used in a variety of different circumstances to provide investors an easy way to predict stock movement. We can refer to the six month […]

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Stock Charts, Understanding the Basics

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Stock chart education is very important for investors that want to perform technical analysis. By understanding price patterns traders have an edge at predicting where the stock is going next. 2013 UPDATE: Took 6 years, but you can now learn stock charts with my 156 interactive guide, The Interactive Guide to Technical Analysis. To make […]

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