Stock Market Chart Analysis 2: Candlestick Charts Hinting Prices Headed Downward
If you bought a stock and it moved up in price, what can help you decide to take your profit? Learn the candlestick patterns that can help you anticipate when the stock is ready to turn back DOWN and help lower the risk of investing.
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If you bought a stock and it has moved up in price, there are some candlestick patterns that indicate it’s time to be careful and to be ready to exit a trade. Candlestick charts and patterns are a way to track the movement of a stock that can help you anticipate market turning points and help lower the risk of losing money. Have you taken the prerequisite course, “Stock Market Chart Analysis: Candlestick Charts to Help Forecast Price Movement” and now you want to learn about candlestick...
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As a public-school and online teacher for a combined ten years, I’m known for creating games and activities that enhance comprehension and enjoyment of my lessons. As an international corporate manager for sixteen years, I led highly successful teams in sales forecasting, business planning, and marketing. Investing has been an interest of mine since 2003 when I took a series of investment courses over a three-year stretch, learning technical analysis (charting stocks). I’ve utilized Japanese candlestick charts for 19 years as an investor to predict the price movement of the NYSE, Nasdaq, S&P, as well as for individual stocks. I love studying past market data and forecasting the direction of future price movements of a stock. Of course, no one knows for sure what direction the stock market or individual stocks will take, and it takes years of study, but I have learned to recognize and act on important signals for buying and selling.
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50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Students do not need to have this source. I’ll be referring to the book, “Profitable Candlestick Trading” by Stephen W. Bigelow. This is an advanced and thorough book about candlestick patterns.
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Hi, Learners (and Parents)! My name is Nancy Daybreak. For me, every day is a new adventure! Over time, I’ve developed skills and experience as a public school teacher, an online teacher, an international corporate manager, an entrepreneur, a...