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# Technicals Technical Analysis Technical Indicators

Technical Indicator

Technicals, also called technical analysis, is a method of evaluating stock prices and financial markets by analyzing statistics such as past prices and trading volumes. Technical analysis is based on the idea that trends and patterns in market prices will continue, and that these trends can be predicted and used to make trading decisions.

Technical indicators are mathematical calculations based on a stock's price and/or volume. They are used to predict future price movements or to confirm trends, and are commonly used by traders to help them make decisions on when to buy or sell.

Some common technical indicators include moving averages, relative strength index (RSI), and stochastic oscillator. Moving averages track the average price of a stock over a specific time period, and can help identify overall trends in the market. RSI measures the strength of a stock's price movement by comparing upward movements against downward movements. Stochastic oscillator analyzes the momentum of a stock's price movement by comparing its closing price to its price range over a set period of time.

One common formula for calculating RSI is:

RSI = 100 - (100 / (1 + RS))

Where RS is the average of the gains and losses of the stock's price over a set time period, usually 14 days.

# Technicals Technical Analysis Technical Indicators

Technical Indicator

Technicals, also called technical analysis, is a method of evaluating stock prices and financial markets by analyzing statistics such as past prices and trading volumes. Technical analysis is based on the idea that trends and patterns in market prices will continue, and that these trends can be predicted and used to make trading decisions.

Technical indicators are mathematical calculations based on a stock's price and/or volume. They are used to predict future price movements or to confirm trends, and are commonly used by traders to help them make decisions on when to buy or sell.

Some common technical indicators include moving averages, relative strength index (RSI), and stochastic oscillator. Moving averages track the average price of a stock over a specific time period, and can help identify overall trends in the market. RSI measures the strength of a stock's price movement by comparing upward movements against downward movements. Stochastic oscillator analyzes the momentum of a stock's price movement by comparing its closing price to its price range over a set period of time.

One common formula for calculating RSI is:

RSI = 100 - (100 / (1 + RS))

Where RS is the average of the gains and losses of the stock's price over a set time period, usually 14 days.

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