Guide to Stock Trading with Candlestick & Technical Analysis

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4.5 hours course
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What will you learn?
Master chart reading, Japanese candlesticks and technical patterns
Build a solid candlestick and technical analysis foundation for trading stocks, forex, options, etfs, cryptos
Learn to use multiple time frames for accurately and effectively time your entry and exit strategy
Learn to draw lines of support and resistance to locate entry and exit areas
Understand the effects that emotions have when trading, and how the can emotions can positively or negatively affect your trading plan
Understand the driving force of the market
Learn the basics of market strategies (bullish, bearish and sideways)
Identify and trade bullish candlestick patterns
Identify and trade bearish candlestick patterns
Manage trades correctly using support and resistance levels
Understand correct risk and reward ratio, position size, stop losses and targets
How to trade with Moving Averages
How to trade with Stochastics and RSI using overbought and oversold conditions
About the course

Stock Lovers, Traders, Investors, Stock Market Aficionados!

[CC] English | Français | Español | Italiano

Master the basics of trading using candlestick analysis, technical analysis, risk and money management, trading discipline, support/resistance and so much more!

Do you want to learn:

  • How to trade and invest in the stock market successfully? 
  • How to read trading charts correctly?
  • How to accurately calculate price targets and stop losses?
  • And how to protect your investment when price moves against your predictions?

Good news!

We got the course for you: Welcome to Guide to Stock Trading with Candlestick and Technical Analysis.

This practical and visual approach to technical analysis and candlestick trading course will teach you just that.

In this course you will learn how to interpret stock price action, how to read charts correctly and how to trade them profitably using candlestick and technical analysis.

This course will teach technical trading skills to help you increase your trading success using a time-tested method known as Japanese candlesticks, combined with technical analysis as well as risk and money management.

Guide to Stock Trading with Candlestick & Technical Analysis is an introductory course designed to show the visual power of Japanese candlesticks when trading in the stock market.

Whether you are trading stocks, forex, cryptocurrencies, commodities, options, ETFs this course will give you a glimpse of the competitive edge that Japanese candlesticks and technical analysis avails you!

We look at different trading charts and specific stocks to understand the advantage that the visual illustrations of candlestick charts has over more popular trading tools such as bar charts.

This course offers an overview on both the driving force of the market (supply and demand) as well as the effects of market psychology on stocks price action.

New lectures will be added to the course regularly - at no extra cost to you! This is a course that will continue to grow.

Take this course now and learn from over our 10 years+ of trading experience. Avoid the most common pitfalls that catch 90% of traders!

Too often beginner traders enter the market without the necessary knowledge and practice needed. As a result they take excessive, expensive and unnecessary risks hoping for higher returns. This course will teach you a very effective way to trade in the market successfully and with confidence.

This course is for all levels: beginners, intermediate and advanced traders! All you need is an open mind and a passion to be successful!

Enroll in this course now and start trading the market successfully!

All our Sharper Trades courses come with:

  • Unlimited lifetime access at no extra costs
  • All future additional lectures, bonuses, etc in this course are always free
  • Our Sharper Trades team is always available to answer any question you might have regarding this course. Answers are given in less than 24 hours!
  • Your trading success is our goal!

Over 100,000 students in 192 countries have already joined Sharper Trades courses. Join a large community of successful traders.

Click "Take This Course" and Start Trading Successfully TODAY!

Stock Market Trading: Introduction to Reading Trading Charts
Learn to recognize and read the different types of trading charts (line charts, bar charts and candlestick charts).
Introduction to Japanese Candlesticks
Japanese candlesticks have been used by Japanese rice traders since the 1700s.The father of Japanese candlesticks, Munehisa Homma, a rice trader from Sakata (Japan), developed this method of reading charts that was unique and incredibly successful.It was so successful that made Homma and those who followed his method, legendarily wealthy.In the 1800s the system was further refined and improved.300 years later, candlestick charts are still used from traders and investors around the world.
Line Charts
Line charts are the most basic and the most common charts used by everyday people.Examples of line charts are electric and gas usage bills as well as phone minute usage bills, etc.Although the line chart is useful to visually recognize the general price trend, the information provided by the line chart is limited.
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Bar Chart
The bar chart is the most commonly used chart by traders and investors around the world.The bar chart displays a series of vertical lines and horizontal dashes.The four important price values (open, high, low, close) are displayed, which makes bar charts very useful for trading.
Candlestick Charts
Candlestick charts are similar to the bar charts as they both display the complete trading range by showing the four important price values: open, high, low, close (OHLC).The main difference is in the body of the chart.The size and the color of the body, and the length of the shadows (vertical lines above and below the body) reveal very important information regarding the current market direction, possible market reversals and the strength of future price movements.
Benefits of Candlestick Charts
The visual illustration of candlestick charts gives investors and traders an advantage over traditional western methods of trading.
SPECIAL GIFT Coming Your Way When You Complete This Course
We Are Here to Help!

We are here to help and answer your questions related to the course.

We encourage you to post them in the discussion session so that everyone can benefit from it.

Exercise: Introduce Yourself to the Class
The Driving Force of Influencing the Stock Market
Understand how supply and demand influences price movement.
  • Everyone is welcome
  • Desire to learn
  • A computer or tablet to watch the videos
  • Pen and paper for taking notes
  • Nothing else is needed, everything you need to learn to how to trade in the stock market is included in the course
Luca Moschini
Luca Moschini
Stock, Forex & Commodity Trader, Chinese Medicine Instructor
Sharper Trades
Sharper Trades
Trading | Investing | Business | Finance | 90,000+ students
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