1. Introduction to Technical Analysis23 Lessons
Learn the basic assumptions of technical analysis and important terminologies which will help in forming a foundation for the next chapters.
2. Dow Theory11 Lessons
The Dow Theory is the oldest and most respected theories ever written in technical analysis. Find out more about it in this chapter.
3. Types of Charts16 Lessons
Learn about the various different types of charts which are used in technical analysis and their unique uses.
4. Trend Analysis17 Lessons
Identifying a trend is the most basic requirement. This chapter is all about identification of trends with the help of popular tools and methods.
5. Price Patterns22 Lessons
After identifying a trend, price patterns help in further confirming the trend. In this chapter we have elaborated on reversals and continuation patterns.
6. Gaps7 Lessons
Blank gaps in charts mean a lot more than the untrained eye can see. Get an in depth understanding of gaps and their implications.
7. Technical Indicators19 Lessons
Indicators are pre-defined calculations which help in forecasting the future. The careful use of indicators can add a confirmation to your analysis and help in making informed trading decisions.
8. Japanese Candlestick Patterns15 Lessons
They are the most commonly used charts around the world for all kinds of trading instruments. Learn the basics of candlestick patterns in this chapter.
9. Bar Patterns6 Lessons
Bar patterns are similar to candlestick patterns but they are less popular around the world.
10. Advanced Technical Analysis13 Lessons
There are various famous theories in technical analysis which are widely used around the world. Learn about Elliot Waves, Harmonic Patterns, Inter-market analysis etc.
11. Renko Charts4 Lessons
The word Renko is derived from the Japanese word "Renga, meaning "Bricks". While they are similar to P&F charts, it is a more visually simplified version.
12. Line Break Charts10 Lessons
Similar to Renko Charts, Line Break charts only emphasizes price and ignores changes in time. Learn more about this in the chapter.
13. Kagi Charts4 Lessons
Similar to Renko & Line Break charts, Kagi emphasizes the prevailing trend and ignored the noise unless the move is meaningful. Learn more about it in this chapter.
14. Heikin Ashi Charts4 Lessons
Heikin Ashi charts have been gaining popularity over the last few years in the western world. In fact, a lot of traders complement it along with candlestick chart to get a more robust picture about the instrument being tracked.