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Learn the Basics about Stocks: Education Center. - Simply the Web's Best Financial Charts. How To Read Stock Charts. Reading charts is an art form that can take years to fully master.

How To Read Stock Charts

Why do we read charts? Because, by reading charts, we can determine what the "big money" is doing! You have to be able to analyze a chart and come to a conclusion about whether or not to risk your hard earned money on a trade. That is really the bottom line. And this is what separates the novice trader from the professional. There several questions that you want to ask yourself when you look at a stock chart.

What stage is this stock in? I know it seems like a lot of information to try and keep track of but all of the above questions are essential to chart reading mastery! Go ahead, I'll wait... Got it printed out? Ok, now let's go through the list one by one to make sure that you know how to answer the questions correctly. You will be able to read charts with lightning fast speed. Stages, trends and waves Let's look at an example chart... Nice chart! This stock is in stage two. You remember the stages right? Conclusion. Practice Stock Trading using Candlestick Charts and Candlestick Patterns. Practice Stock Trading - important advice to novices to the stock market.

Practice Stock Trading using Candlestick Charts and Candlestick Patterns

A great way to practice stock trading is to paper trade. This simulated trading provides great insight without risking any real money while you practice stock trading. There is one caveat to paper trading; play money is very different from real money. While it is wise to practice stock trading before putting your hard-earned bucks on the line, the emotional component is not as intense.

As your finger hovers nervously over the “submit” button to place your first trade, you experience a tightening in your stomach that is oddly exhilarating and yet unsettling. We recommend you begin learning the 12 Major Candlestick Signals - Major in the sense that they occur in price movements often enough to be beneficial in producing a steady supply of profitable trades.

Trading the Unique Three River Bottom Pattern. Description Criteria Signal Enhancements. The 10 + 4 ... Golden Commandments! Stocks, Investing and Investments: The 10 + 4 Golden Commandments!

The 10 + 4 ... Golden Commandments!

The stock markets can be a great place to turn your savings into wealth. On the other hand, if you do not keep the fundamental investment rules and do not follow certain simple stock investing basics ... You can lose your shirt! Direct Investing. As of July 1, 2013 ThinkQuest has been discontinued.

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Best wishes, The Oracle Education Foundation. Learn the Stock Market - Learn to Trade Stock - Learn Stock Trading. How to buy stocks Stock tips spill from everywhere: on television, at parties, in the gym.

Learn the Stock Market - Learn to Trade Stock - Learn Stock Trading

Email boxes are full of pitches for can't-miss moneymakers to buy right now. Even your own scouting can turn up stocks that look like solid-gold opportunities. Professional investors follow many different methods to hunt down stocks to recommend, from computerized screening programs to gumshoe field work. To see how these stock-screening programs work, check out the American Association of Individual Investors Web site. You can find much information about public companies at their own Web sites. With stocks, though, it's often more important to know what to avoid.

. • Overpriced goods: Be cautious about highflying stocks. . • Hunches and headlines: Leave impulse buying for the supermarket. . • Pump-and-dump scams. . • Love-struck stocks. . • Climbing on bandwagons: You'll almost always be too late. Just another WordPress site.