Jan 07

The Percent Retracement

The Percent Retracement is a technique that shows the charachteristic of market, especially Healthy Bull Market, whether the market is higher highs or higher lows. This situation causes the shift of continuous price and the line of supply or demand. The Percent Retracement used to measuring the amount of the price retreat follows by a …

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Jan 07

The Open-10 TRIN (Trading Index)

One variation of The Arms Index that unleashed is The Open-10 TRIN. The Open-10 TRIN also called The Open Trading Index. The Open-10 TRIN used to measure the market strength. In application of The Open-10 TRIN, it uses Advancing/Decline Issues and Advancing/Decline Volume. Therefore, The Open-10 TRIN reffered to as Market Breadth Indicator. Interpretation The …

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Jan 07

The Performance Indicator

The Performance Indicator is an indicator that shows the percentage of price security performance. The Performance Indicator also called as “Normalized” Indicator. The Performance included in Technical Market Indicator. It helpful to comparing the price movements in different value of price security. Interpretation The Performance Indicator shows the percentage of the increased security in the …

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Jan 07

Introduction of Technical Analysis : The Fundamental Analysis and The Human Element

Fundamental Analysis Fundamental analysis could work magnificently to determine the price based on future earnings, if trader were all logical and could seperate the emotions from investment decisioins. When the quarterly reports or relevant news are released, the price would change. The overlooked fundamental data can be used to find the undervalued securities. At a …

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Jan 06

The Open Interest in Technical Analysis

The Open Interest or called “OI” is the total amount of contracts (open positions) that outstanding (not liquidated) in the end of the trading day. The Open Interest indicates the total number pairsof long short-position ( buy position and sell position), instead the sum of the two positions. Interpretation When the buyers and the sellers …

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