Technical Analysis - Breakout Stocks for 2013 - TheStreet

An Introduction to Technical Analysis ^GSPC

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At its core, technical analysis is the study of the market itself, rather than the goods that trade in the market, in determining the investment-worthiness of a security. While fundamental analysts worry about a company's business attributes, technicians are primarily concerned with price and volume and with the supply and demand attributes that impact shares.

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The links below provide an introduction to technical analysis as well as trading ideas.

Technical Analysis Basics & Indicators

Technicals in the Morning

Scott Redler, Chief Strategic Officer of is joined by Brittany Umar for the Morning Call.
8/22/13 8:41AM
Scott Redler, Chief Strategic Officer of, brings you the Daily Recap with a look at the markets and where they may head. He also brings up the chart of Tesla Motors, the financials, and more.
8/21/13 4:57PM
Scott Redler, Chief Strategic Officer of is joined by Brittany Umar for the Morning Call. The S&P and Nasdaq got the oversold bounce we have been looking for to end a four-day losing streak, but the Dow slumped to a small loss thanks in part to a big positive to negative reversal from Home Depot (HD). Coming into this morning the market had only been at the same oversold levels once in 2013, and S&P futures were able to shrug off some weakness in world markets to post today's gains.
8/21/13 8:49AM

Technical Analysis Trade Ideas

Look to buy gold whenever it hits the $1,310 to $1,300 area. The S&P 500 continues to recover, but an obvious buy signal still hasn't appeared.
9/27/16 9:51AM
BlackBerry set its 52-week high at the end of 2015 and has been struggling for most of 2016. Is there a light at the end of the tunnel?
9/27/16 9:20AM
These stocks rising on unusual volume are within range of triggering big breakout trades.
9/27/16 8:11AM
If Big Blue is not able to gain a bit of traction soon, a deep selloff could be on the way.
9/27/16 7:48AM
IBM's technicals suggest that former buyers are taking profits.
9/27/16 6:59AM
Historically, September is a challenging month for stock market investors, but it ushers in a season that's typically paired with strong market performance.
9/27/16 6:36AM
Here's a technical look at how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market right now.
9/26/16 1:35PM
These heavily shorted stocks could get squeeze much higher if they report positive earnings this week.
9/26/16 1:14PM
Shares of Home Depot are once again under pressure. Here's how to trade the stock from here.
9/26/16 12:49PM
U.S. Treasury yields hold the upper end of the trading range, while gold and utility stocks hold the bottom end of their trading ranges. Here's how to trade.
9/26/16 9:33AM