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Draw Your Technicals



You have spent hours into studying the fundamentals of a company.


You finally have your list of top 5 companies that you have full conviction in and would want to invest in them.


The next big question is "WHEN TO BUY AND WHEN TO SELL ?"


If you enter at an overvalued price, and the stock price drops, your psychology will come into play and trick you into thinking that you invested in the wrong company. Even if you managed to keep calm, it will take some time for the stock price to come back up again. Time is wasted in this manner.


If you already have the stocks of a company with some profits, and the stock price is at its all time high, you may think that it is time to sell as you are afraid that the stock price will drop. However, after you sell, the stock price continue to go up and it never comes back down to your sell price again. You lost some opportunity in the end.


Many investors out there introduce tons of indicators and studies to use to predict when to buy and when to sell. You are easily confused in this sea of information.


Fret not as we are here to help you learn and grow!

Only the most basic and useful stuff is covered here!


In this crash course, my friend, Joe Pong, will be covering the topics below:

  • SUPPORT VS RESISTANCE?

  • HOW TO READ THE CANDLES?

  • DRAW LINES LIKE PICASSO?

  • TECHNICAL INDICATORS? JOIN US AND LEARN THE FOUNDATIONS TO GET YOU STARTED !!


Share this valuable knowledge to as many people around you so that all can benefit as well!

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Disclaimer:


This post here does not serve as an investment advice, and is not a recommendation to buy or sell. Please do your own due diligence before starting any form of investment. Use the content at your own risk. I do not own some of the pictures and screenshots taken from different source of websites, and the illustrations attached are purely for education purpose.

 


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