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Experts in the field of Technical Analysis explain the concepts, technical indicators, and overlays they use in their charts analysis. This series also shows you how
to use these tools on the StockCharts.com site.
John explains how he uses the Market Summary page to find out what is leading the market up or down so that he can take a closer look at those parts. He shows you how he combines the table view and chart view to get a clearer picture of the market.
One of the most important aspects of technical analysis is identifying and establishing price support and resistance. Tom looks through several charts to show how he identifies support and resistance levels,
Seasonality is a great tool that can be combined with other forms of technical analysis. In this video Tom demonstrates how to use the seasonality tool on StockCharts and how seasonality looks on a chart.
A cool feature of StockCharts is the ability to add an overlay to an indicator; such as a moving average on the RSI, or a horizontal line on the SCTR. Greg shows you how to set it up, including changing colors.
Drilling Down From SPX to Stocks | Julius de Kempenaer
Relative Rotation Graphs can be used very effectively to drill down from higher levels on the asset allocation pyramid and then to individual stocks. Julius de Kempenaer, creator of the Relative Rotation Graph, shows you how.
Mary Ellen highlights the power of paying attention to the volume that a stock displays on any given day. As she explains, the volume levels can be telling you that institutions are supporting it or selling it based on the levels.
Relative strength is the idea of looking at a ratio of one stock or security as compared to something else. Which is different from the relative strength index as David explains, and shows you in charts.
Moving averages are one of the most popular tools in technical analysis, but folks often struggle with what the proper settings should be. Arthur explains what his favorite moving average indicator is, how he sets it up and what he looks for.
Rotation of Currencies Using RRGs | Juilius de Kempenaer
You can use RRGs on StockCharts to show the rotation of currencies. As Julius -the creator of Relative Rotation Graphs- explains, you must be careful since currencies are always a relative, so he shows you how to set them up and what to look out for.
Keltner Channels are volatility-based envelopes set above and below an exponential moving average. This indicator is similar to Bollinger Bands, which use the standard deviation to set the bands. Instead of using the standard deviation, Keltner Channels use the Average True Range (ATR) to set cha...
Developed by Carl Swenlin, the DecisionPoint Price Momentum Oscillator (PMO) is an oscillator based on a Rate of Change (ROC) calculation that is smoothed twice with exponential moving averages that use a custom smoothing process.