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Technical Analysis
The study of movements of price section of a stock or index vis a vis the volume or open interest. The prices are plotted on a graph which a chartist reads to predict the next section.
Time Filter
The technique requires that in order for a valid trendline to be penetrated, it must be broken by a predetermined number of days, e.g., the two-day rule.
Top Reversal Day

A day, on which a new high in an uptrend is set, followed by a lower close on the same day.

Trading Range
That third of the time, by a conservative estimate, in which prices move in a flat, horizontal pattern : This type of sideways action reflects a period of equilibrium in the price level where the forces of supply and demand are in a state of relative balance.
Trend
The stock market generally moves in a trend, which can be either going up or going down or remaining sideways.Trends are of generally three types.
Upward Trend
If the market makes a high and then comes down and after that cuts the previous high makes a new high, it means that the market is in an uptrend and it is making a higher bottom higher top.

Downward Trend
If the market is falling and making a lower bottom lower top it is said to be a downtrend.

Sideways Trend
If the market is just drifting and has no clear move it is laid to be a sidewaystrend.


Trendline

A line drawn on a bar chart to represent a trend. In a downtrend, it is drawn down as a solid line, along successive rally peaks. In an uptrend, it is a straight line drawn along successive reaction lows.

Triangles
Usually continuation patterns, but sometimes acts as reversal patterns. Although triangles are usually considered intermediate patterns, they may occasionally appear on long term charts and take on major trend significance. The minimum requirement for a triangle is four reversal points.
Triple Top or Bottom
The three peaks or troughs in the triple top or bottom are at about the same level. The volume tends to decline with each successive peak at the top and should increase at the bottom point. The triple top is not complete until support levels along the intervening lows have been broken. Conversely, prices must close through the two intervening peaks at the bottom to complete a triple bottom.
   
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