Posts Tagged ‘financial’

Objects Of Technical Analysis

Monday, June 29th, 2015

There are four main objects that are studying technical analysts. These include price, volume, time and mood. In their analysis is directed most widely used today in technical indicators. Many of today's technical analysts use only a small number of indicators, ignoring these or other factors analysis. It's like creating a table for two or three feet.

He can stand for a while, but not will be stable enough that it can be moved or put heavy objects on it. Since the purpose of any market analysis is to obtain a profit from the difference between the sales and purchase prices, the price is the most important to its object, and it is not surprising that this was the most species based market analysis. Widely used models such price behavior as triangles and gaps. Popular gauges since prices: RSI, the rate of change and some others. Continually develop methods of smoothing market noise, such as systems based on exponential moving average.

Volume is the next most important object of study. It is important to measure the degree of participation of players in any market move. It uses terms such as liquidity, open interest and the breadth of the market. Liquidity assesses how easy it would be a deal, and what amount of catalyst needed to trigger a price change. The higher the liquidity, the easier it will get a competitive price and easier to buy and sell a large amount of shares. Open interest, which is usually characteristic of futures markets, assessing the number of participants invested in the discovery of long or short positions.

Forex Business

Friday, September 20th, 2013

Among the huge number of proposed ways to earn online Internet trading is one of the most attractive, since it is practically not require any special knowledge, the initial capital (deposit) may be initially small and affordable to almost everyone – actually between $ 100 and earnings can be theoretically unlimited. Internet trading is applied in the financial markets, the largest of which is considered the world foreign exchange market FOREKS (FOREX). The classical theory of trading offers three methods of analysis of financial markets: – Fundamental analysis. – Technical (indicator) analysis. – Empirical (graphical) analysis.

1. Fundamental analysis financial markets. Fundamental analysis is based on the study and comparison of macroeconomic parameters of the financial market and world economy as a whole for some previous time interval. Organization access to these parameters, their calculation and analysis requires the creation of an entire analytic structure, equipped with a staff of specialists and appropriate technology, availability of mathematical models of economic processes and appropriate hardware and software. For this there must be a certain status to the trader. It is clear that the trader, fundamental analysis alone is practically inaccessible. 2. Technical analysis of financial Market Technical Analysis based on the study and comparison of the values of technical parameters of the financial markets for some previous time interval, such as the number of transactions, the rate of change in the value the object of trade, etc. with technical indicators. In general, the technical indicator – a mathematical formula for calculating a final option, using the values of one or more technical parameters of the financial markets for some previous time interval.