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The main objectives of technical analysis are to be able to profit from trading by observing market patterns and statistics, to know when to enter and exit a market, especially when it starts to shift, and to not let emotions influence trading decisions.What is the purpose of technical analysis?
Technical analysis is a method of forecasting the direction of financial market prices through the evaluation of historic price and, where available, volume data. A basic premise of the technical approach is that market action discounts everything: all that is known, or can be known, is ‘in the price’.What is meant by technical analysis?
Technical analysis is a process used to examine and predict the future prices of securities by looking at things like price movement, charts, trends, trading volume and other factors.