How To Read Stock Charts

Jul. 06, 2015 12:00 AM ET
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Martha Stokes CMT is the CEO of TechniTrader a stock market educational company. She is a former Buy Side Technical Analyst. Since 1998 has co-created over 40 TechniTrader Stock and Option training courses for investors and traders. She has been a guest speaker for TradeStation, MetaStock, TC2000, MoneyShow, AAII, Boeing, Options Traders, Livevol, and the Market Technicians Association Puget Sound Chapter. She has written articles for Stocks & Commodities Magazine, TC2000 Third Party Research, TechniTrader weekly publications, Ezine.com and numerous others. She specializes in Relational Analysis™ for stocks and options, as well as technical, fundamental, and risk analysis. Her focus for long term investments is new displacement technologies that will have a significant impact on the stock market. She earned her Chartered Market Technician designation with her thesis "Cycle Evolution Theory."

5 Tips About Price Are Revealed

A skill that all traders need to hone and strive to improve constantly is how to read stock charts. Candlestick patterns of price matter. What price is doing tells a great deal about which Market Participant Groups are controlling price.

Understanding how to read stock charts is important, in that realizing 5 Tips about price are revealed when you know who is in control of price. The following are the 5 Tips about Price:

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