Technical Analysis

Website’s to refer for Stock Market

You must have seen images of traders in banks, sitting in- front of screens looking at rows and rows of numbers and graphs. The problem for the retail (everyday) investor is that those numbers and graphs are not designed for him/her. The retail investor does not have the inclination or the time to go through [...]

Technical Analysis

What is Dow Theory?

The Dow Theory is one of the most used concepts of technical analysis of the stock markets and includes aspects of sector rotation. This theory is named after American journalist Charles Henry Dow who is famous for co-founding Dow Jones & Company with Edward Jones and Charles Bergstresser. Though published more than one hundred years [...]

Difference Between Fundamental & Technical Analysis
Technical Analysis

Difference between Fundamental & Technical Analysis

When it comes to investing in the stock market various tools and methods are used to study the behavior of the markets. These studies allow investors as well as market analysts to foresee the emerging trends in the market. Broadly we can classify stock market analysis into two categories – fundamental analysis or technical analysis. [...]

Technical Analysis

What is Market Value Analysis?

The stock market can seem to be complex maze from the outside. From the inside however they are a sum total of factors that determine the current position, trends, opportunities and risks involved. Market analysts have to keep their eyes open to a host of factors that define the standing as well as future of [...]

Technical Analysis

What is Gann Theory?

Gann Theory or the Gann Angles is one of the most powerful methods used by traders to predict price and pattern change in the stock market. This was formulated by American trader and market theorist William Delbert Gann in 1935 and is still being used by traders and analysts to predict the behavior of the market. [...]

Technical Analysis

What is Elliot Wave Theory?

The Elliot Wave Theory is one of the best descriptions of the social and crowd behavior and is defined by easily recognizable repetitive trends and reverses. This theory was developed by American accountant and author Ralph Nelson Elliott who extensively studied the stock market and found that the chaotic manner in which the stocks move [...]