Analyse the Stock Market Prices with Candlestick Charting

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Candlestick charting provides high, low, open and close prices in one bar. These charts are designed for easy interpretation purpose. We can analyse data easily with the help of colours used in the chart body. Its well defined pattern, often with colourful names helps the user to forecast future exchange rate movements. The candlestick charting can contain one or more candles which generally come into the category of bullish and several other categories. <p></p>
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&nbsp;This type of chart reflects a sequence of data points which are linked with each other in a line. Most common data for which these charts are used is based on closing prices because these prices are considered essential field of analyses in the market. Line charts are similar to tic charts that used to make the financial study easy <a href="http://www.soccertrainingjerseys.com">wholesale authentic soccer jerseys</a>. Only difference between both is that line charts allows the traders to plan the action for very long time frames as every tic cannot be plotted so. Generally these charts use to level the price analyses which help the investor to better understand the market trends.&nbsp; <p></p>
3. Bar chart: <p></p>
These charts are meant to provide detailed information. It covers all the aspect of price such as low prices, high prices and opening prices. This type is very similar to candle stick chart. This type of chart is more popular than liner chart because it provides more information. The chart contains lines which can draw between the low and high prices to demonstrate the limit of trading range.<p></p>
4. Point and figure bar:<p></p>
Point and figure bar charts are popular because these are use to observe the exchange rates moves. These provide the keen and slowly analyses of price action so that trader can remove the distracting elements from the plotted image. These charts contain box or point that is often defined as 30 pips of major currency. <p></p>
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