Category: Technical Analysis
Today’s post is the next installment in our review of Technical Analysis theory. We’re going to look at indicators and how they are used.
Today’s post is the next installment in our review of Technical Analysis theory. We’re going to look at how to measure volume and market sentiment.
In today’s post we get back to basics with Technical Analysis, and take a look at two of the fundamental theoretical concepts – trends and reversion.
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Today we’re going to add the MACD (Moving Average Convergence Divergence) indicator to our Technical Analysis Spreadsheet.
We add the Relative Strength Index (RSI) oscillator to our Technical Analysis Spreadsheet – we now have six indicators and six graphs on the sheet.
We build out our Technical Analysis Spreadsheet, adding graphs for historic moving averages (simple and relative) and for Bollinger Bands.
We start work on a live Technical Analysis Spreadsheet, importing historical data for a stock and an index, and running raw and relative MAs and 1yr ranges.
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