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  • Intraday analysis is to analyse the market situation and price movement to make profit for buying/selling or selling/buying the stocks on the same day. The analysis is the top down approach and needs to be focused

  • Indicators are tools with the predefined analysis and set of algorithms, this can be applied on the trend to get the indication of price movement. It can be used as supporting tool to confirm the analysis derived

  • Gap is a area on charts where price of stock moves sharply up or down. Gap Up are generally bullish and Gap Down are bearish.
    Four types of gaps are- area gap, breakout gap, runaway gap, exhaustion gap.

  • Candlestick analysis is the Japanese way of understanding demand and supply and adopted later by western. Candlestick analysis provides short term trend analysis and studies in detail based on the daily

  • In technical analysis, changes in stock prices are often signaled by price patterns. When a price pattern signals a change in trend direction, it is known as a reversal pattern; a continuation pattern occurs when

  • Stock market analysis enables investors to identify the intrinsic worth of a security even before investing in it. All stock market tips are formulated after thorough research by experts. Stock analysts try to

  • An option is the right, not the obligation, to buy or sell a future contract at a designated strike price for a particular time. Buying options allows a trader to speculate on changes in the price of a futures

  • A place where stock trading takes place is called the stock market.

  • Stock market where we can buy and sell stocks. Stock exchanges is a place where traders and buyers come together to buy and sell stocks

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