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Bar Charts:

The bar chart evolved out of the need of professionals who traded stocks on a short term basis as well as buying a stock as a long....

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Candlestick Charts:

Candlestick Charts used in modern technical analysis are derived from the ancient Japanese Candlestick Charts. Most retail traders ....

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Candlevolume Charts:

The Point and Figure Charts are not as popular today as they once were. Point and Figure charts were developed before ...

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Equivolume Charts:

Equivolume Charts were developed in the early 1980’s by Richard W Arms. It is important to remember that the 80’s was a very ....

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Kagi charts:

The Kagi chart is a chart used for tracking price movements and to make decisions on purchasing stock. It differs from traditional stock charts...

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Line Charts:

A Line Chart is the oldest type of stock chart and has been used for more than a century. The line chart represents price in its....

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Renko Charts:

Renko Charts are a Japanese Charting System similar to Point and Figure Charts but instead of X’s and 0’s as are used in western Point and...

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Three Line Break:

Three Line Break Charts are another Japanese invention. This charting style is similar to Point in Figure in that it doesn’t use time within ....

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Point and Figure:

The Point and Figure Charts are not as popular today as they once were. Point and Figure charts were developed before computers....

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