Moving averages have long been popular among chartists and can prove to be extremely useful in trending markets. Learn how to apply Moving Averages to your investments. Based on the Charts Newsletter published by Cornelius Luca https://forms.thomsonreuters.com/chartsnewsletter/
Fibonacci Retracements are commonly used technical analysis tools which uses Fibonacci ratios to determine support and resistance levels. Learn how to access and apply this tool. Based on the Charts Newsletter published by Cornelius Luca https://forms.thomsonreuters.com/chartsnewsletter/
Thomson Reuters Eikon’s easy-to-use charting applications combines comprehensive real-time and historical data with a sophisticated suite of analyses and trend recognition tools for performing advanced technical analysis. Course outline: - Charting using Home Page - Customizable more Charts - Quick Charts - Adding Analyses - Sending Commentaries - Exporting Charts to Excel
Candlestick analysis is one of the most popular technical indicators used in the market place. Join our class to learn how to construct and interpret Candle stick charts as well as examining the main reversal and continuation patterns which are widely followed in the markets.
Identifying a Trend is a key concept in Technical Analysis. Knowing what Support and Resitance mean and how to identify them to determine your stop/entry levels. Using moving averages to determine the start and end of a trend. Understand the different types of MAs as well as other more techniques such as Bands.
The Oscillator is an extremely useful technical indicator in nontrending markets. This class explores the building blocks of Oscillators, examining the underlying assumptions and relevance.
Fibonacci analysis is a valuable tool in analysing and predicting points of support and resistance. This class explores the retracements, fans and projections tools of Fibonacci. It covers time trade entries and exits on bounces as well as forecasting target prices and defining risk in the market.