STOCK TRADING FOR BEGINNERS
Trading Stocks with new beginners starts a new major life’s journey that often ends up at a destination that ends up differentlyfrom the begging of this new journey trading the Stock Market.
Our technical manuals: the layout has been written in a very easy simple to use 7 days later you will be able to understand stock trading and tools to incorporate with successful trading profits.
Your New Stock Trading knowledge will grow with stock charting and stock market technical analysis this will bring you into price discovery for Trading stocks.
you will learn how to trade stock prices that go higher or lower in prices
moving intra day stock price ranges that shows price movements trading stocks with stock trading profits with new stock trading beginners.
How to sell stocks short when stocks fall in prices you can make money in that stock trend move lower the bigger the drop you can make big stock trading profits when trading stock that moves lower and lower in prices
Stock Trading Trends move higher and higher learning to let the stock trends 1 day to 3 days to 5-day stock prices
20-day stock trends can move higher and higher with longer time stock trends using our training with daily stock entry prices and stock exit prices
Stocks Earning Season how to trade stocks quarterly reports make big profits with big stock uptrends or big stock downtrends that come from the company reports when released how to trade them
Technical analysis is a form of market analysis that studies the demand and supply for Trading Stocks based on volume and price move up and down studies. Technicians attempt to identify price trends in a market using one or more technical indicators
Moving Averages Moving averages are the foundation of technical analysis. These mathematical functions will calculate the averages or variations of averages of the underlying STOCKS. Many technical indicators rely upon the smoothing features of moving averages as part of their calculation.
Japanese Candlestick Patterns: In this section new stock trading beginners must learn to read the following we have all the live charts
What are Candlesticks?
The main feature of a candlestick is that the area between the open and close price is filled in, with the direction. Typically you will see bars represented as dark candles on days where the price closed lower than the open, or white candles on days where the price closed higher than the open. The actual high and low prices are called “wicks”. Candlesticks don’t involve calculations, rather they simply offer a different perspective for viewing price action. The interpretation of candlesticks is based primarily on patterns that are formed from period to period. For example, you may have heard of terms like
Live charting examples will be done in a classroom setting online for this training.
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This section covers IN DETAIL the Simple moving average, which is simply an average price over some time, the exponential moving average, which is more complex and places extra weight on prior values, plus several other types of moving averages like weighted averages, triangular averages, price time-series average calculations on prior values, plus several other types of moving averages like weighted averages, triangular averages, time series calculations, keeps calculating as prices in stocks go up and or down.
Below is a couple of example of moving averages
Weighted Moving Average
Variable Moving Average
Overview A Variable Moving Average is very similar to an exponential moving average except that it adjusts to the volatility.
Interpretation A Moving Average is mostly used to average out a price for a smoother calculation of the stock price or indicator.
Simple Moving Average
Overview: The Simple Moving Average is simply an average of price values over a specified period. Prices move that change the average in prices.
Interpretation: A Moving Average is most often used to average values for a smoother price action of the underlying prices or indicators. Example CLOSE > SMA(CLOSING, 30) Evaluates to true when the close is greater than 30 days SMA Calucates to true when the close is greater than a 30-day SMA.
In this section, Our complete Technical Analysis Trading materials have been written so all new stock traders or advanced traders have the complete mathematical guides in easy to use accurate tools while trading your stocks this simple to use training powers you with the live examples
There are many more technical indicators we have narrowed down 5 indicators to walk you through as a new stock trading beginner with hands-on every step of the way we will meet with you in live market hours and weekends and evenings for new traders to start.
- Identify the Primary, Intermediate, and Short term trends breaking out or breaking down
- Option Trading opportunities using Put Options for down trending stocks
- Identify specific entry and exit signals
- Set up specific steps to protect your account from losses and protect profits
- Identify specific entries, exits, and stop-loss points on all options using our system