japanese technical analysis

The Japanese began using technical analysis to trade rice in the 17th century, though this early version of technical analysis was different from the US.

Trading with Multiple Techniques: Candlesticks Moving Averages

The moving average is most efficient in trending markets One of the most popular tools used by technical analysts is the moving average. Its strength lies in the fact that it offers analysts a trend-following tool to catch major moves. The moving average is utilized most efficiently in trending markets. However, as moving averages are […]

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Trading with Multiple Techniques: Upthrusts & Springs

Markets tend to move sideways most of the time Most of the time markets are not in a trending mode but rather moving sideways. On such occasions, the market is in a relative state of harmony; neither the bulls nor the bears are in charge. Markets are estimated to be in a non-trending mode as […]

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Continuation Signals & Variants in Japanese Candlestick Charts

Windows are the Japanese trading names for price gaps In Japanese candlestick charting a gap is typically referred to as a window. A window is an opening between the prior and the current session’s prices. The example below shows an open window formed in an uptrend. There is a gap between the prior upper shadow […]

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