Technical analysis, a crucial skill at the core of the trading course

Technical analysis is the science that studies stock graphs showing the evolution of different asset indicators. Its goal is to anticipate the market’s changes in order to choose the best investments possible for the portfolio in question. Technical analysis is not a modern discipline, as is explained in one of our recent publications. It isn’t necessarily an exact science, but rather a human science, as it is formed around the psychology of traders and decisions of stakeholders within the market.

Course content

A course with duality

Technical analysis is one of the most technical disciplines within finance, based on interpretation of price charts and risks. The CIT’s originality lies in that it offers students a possibility to adhere to the principles of technical analysis very quickly, by putting them directly into application in a Trading Room. These principles are seen in class and based on concrete models of stock exchanges.

Course syllabus

    • Introdu ction
    • History of discipline
    • Support and Resistance
    • Trend rights
    • Charting
    • ETE and ETI
    • Highs
    • Lows
    • Triangles
    • Enlargements
    • Moving Average
    • Volumes
    • MACD (Moving Average Convergence/Divergence)
    • RSI (Relative Strength Index)
    • Stochastic Calculus
    • Standard Deviation
    • Hidden Divergence
    • Mastering Volatility
    • Placing Stop-losses
    • Money Management

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