The company share price graphs can tell us a lot.
With a little understanding we can work out the best time to invest (and a good time to sell).
Gain a good understanding of how to read and
analyse share price charts - up trends, technical chart indicators,
simple Moving Average, PE Ratio,
plus using chart interpretation for share trading.
There are secrets hidden in the charts!!
The old buy-and-hold investment method is not as successful as it once was. The best investors now use specific stock-picking and timing methods.
The share price charts of any company can tell us a lot of information about the sentiment of investors towards the company. And with a little understanding we can work out the best time to invest (and a good time to sell). And good charting software certainly helps. It can even be fun and enjoyable.
Learn how to read and analyse share price charts — up trends, technical chart indicators, Moving Average, PE Ratio and more. Here's a tip: “the trend is your friend”. Robert's new “3Ways Rule (in 3Times)” makes it easy to remember the key aspects.
A 4-hour seminar on a Saturday afternoon — a great introduction to charting. The handout notes binder (100+ pages) is included. It is suggested (but not essential) to attend the Share Market Secrets seminar before this one.
Price Chart Secrets (aka Technical
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