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Category: Technicals

A technical indicator in finance is produced mathematically using trading volume, historical price, open interest data, and sentiment data and used to evaluate stock market patterns and investment decisions in technical analysis.

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Bullish option Strategies

Bullish Strategies   Bull Call strategy Setup of the strategy Buy 1 call at lower strike Sell 1 call at higher strike Also known by the name long call spread,
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Bearish and Range Bound option Strategies

Bearish Strategies Bear call spread Setup of the strategy Sell 1 call at lower strike Buy 1 call at higher strike The maximum loss is defined. The worst-case scenario at
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Chart patterns

Rising Wedge & Falling Wedge The rising wedge pattern is a technical bearish chart pattern that indicates a forthcoming downside breakout. As and when the price consolidates between upward sloping support and
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Candlesticks

Candlestick charts are a popular component of technical analysis because they allow traders to interpret price information quickly and from only a few price bars. Candlestick price action entails determining
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Support and Resistance

Support and resistance are levels of a security’s price at which the price is expected to stop and reverse, depending on the direction of the move. Support and resistance levels
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Technical Indicators that Every Trader should be aware of

What are technical Indicators? A technical indicator in finance is produced mathematically using trading volume, historical price, open interest data, and sentiment data and used to evaluate stock market patterns
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