Confused about when to buy a stock? Here's what you need to know
ne needs to first gauge the overall trend by correlating different indicators and chart patterns with price momentum
stocks technical analysis | Chart Reading | technical analysis
'Buy' signals are cues for a trader to enter/purchase a stock once the technical setup meets their condition to go long. In order to spot such opportunities, one needs to first gauge the overall trend by correlating different indicators and chart patterns with price momentum.
Trend analysis is, thus, the core of identifying the momentum of a stock, and hence, any potential 'buy' or ‘sell’ opportunity. The analysis differs for intra-day, short-term, medium-term and long-term investments. Here are some strategies for you to identify a 'buy' ...
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First Published: Thu, May 21 2020. 13:53 IST