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Everybody says that stock trading technical analysis or investment analysis is difficult. But I think that you can understand this with following content and video easily.

Stock trading technical analysis is the technique of forecasting in which shareholders and other investors estimates the prices of shares and stocks after study the past market data trend, its volume and prices. Following are main indicators for stock trading technical analysis.

1st Indicator - MACD

It is general saying," Trend is your friend for becoming winner in stock market". MACD shows moving average trends of stocks. MACD is the main indicator of stock trading technical analysis. It means moving average of convergence (flexible points based )and divergence (variance). It was created by Gerald Appel in 1970. You read moving averages topic in time series lesson of business mathematics. Same moving averages are used in technical analysis. MACD is combination of two lines which shows the raising and falling of prices of stocks. For knowing bullish in stocks, we have to see whether MACD line upward from zero because down through zero is bearish. Because, by studying this, technicians can get idea when investor should sell or buy shares for controlling risk at positive return.

2nd Indicator - Volume and Inter - Market Prices Correlations

Stock technical analysis is also based on the indicator of trends in inter-market prices correlations. It affects the trading of a particular stock because volume of sold quantity of stock in one market may affect positive or negative on other market’s selling.

3rd Indicator -  Stochastic

For finding the range between asset’s high and low price during the period, stochastic is calculated through stochastics oscillator. It is also indicator of stock trading technical analysis. Stochastics attempts to predict turning points by comparing the closing price of a security to its price range. Prices tend to close near the extremes of the recent range just before turning points. In the case of an uptrend, prices tend to make higher highs and the settlement price usually tends to be in the upper end of that time period's trading range. When the momentum starts to slow, the settlement prices will start to retreat from the upper boundaries of the range, causing the stochastic indicator to turn down at or before the final price high.

This  indicator is usually calculated as:

$%K = 100 \frac{\text{closing price} - \text{price low}}{\text{price high} - \text{price low}}$

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