The Importance of Group Analysis

1st August 2018

There is an old saying that ‘birds of the same feather flock together.’ In financial markets, this is particularly true. Behind this groupthink is pure human psychology. Investors think in concepts; they act in concert. […]


Q&A On Price Patterns With Jackson Wong PhD

25th July 2018

This week we discuss price patterns. Q: What are price patterns? Price patterns are recurring price behaviour that are observed visually (and can be modelled by computers). This key here is ‘recurring’. If a price […]


Momentum indicators and trends change

11th July 2018

Anyone who runs a marathon knows that momentum matters. It matters a lot because the sheer force of momentum can carry runners further than expected. Similarly, momentum in prices can stretch a stock beyond what […]


Using Moving Averages Effectively – Part 2

4th July 2018

Last week we introduced a popular indicator called the moving average (MA). This superb indicator is widely used by both amateur and professional alike. Simple to compute; easy to use. This week, we highlight two […]


Using Moving Averages Effectively – Part 1

27th June 2018

One observable market fact is that prices are pretty much random. Random in trends; random in changes. No surprise, then, a best-selling market book is called ‘A Random Walk Down Wall Street.’ Such randomness makes […]


How to use support and resistance levels in trading

20th June 2018

One enduring feature of market analysis is the imposition of lines on charts. Two popular ones are support and resistance trendlines. But how useful are these trendlines? Do they really improve our market analysis and […]

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