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The objective of this video is to provide an introduction to the foundation techniques used by professional traders for judging when to buy and sell publicly listed shares.
The video introduces the concept of support and resistance, and finishes by providing an introduction to a commonly used Technical Analysis indicator called the MACD (Moving Average Convergence Divergence).
Uploaded on 1st December 2006, running time 10 minutes.
Note from the site admins - this series of videos are an abridged form of the videos at the TimeToTrade website, they weren't recorded directly for us, hence the references to logging in to the commercial service at TimeToTrade and the abrupt endings. Logging in isn't necessary to follow the essence of the videos.
Legal note: These videos are for educational and information purposes only. There is no endorsement or recommendation of the stocks described. The interpretation and use of the information provided is at your own risk. Past performance is not a guarantee of future results.
Are you learning Python? To keep the site running clean and ad-free we've started Club ShowMeDo. The club will allow you access to some special videos we're making to pass on programming skills we consider important to the development and enjoyment of Free Open Source Software (FOSS).
The focus at the moment is on developing with the Python programming language, one of the backbones of the FOSS movement with a huge number of included and third-party libraries.
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