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Technical Analysis Tutorial: Bar Charts

Bar charts were the most popular way of depicting price movements until Japanese candlestick charts invaded Western technical analysis during the 1970s, but are still as useful as they’ve ever been.
They depict the same information as candlesticks, merely presented in a different way. They have their own terminology, and are most commonly used in conjunction with classical chart patterns

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Technical Analysis of FTSE, Gold and other things that are flying high!

WHAT DO WE THINK NOW?
At FuturesTechs we analyse 28 different markets each day and give our trading clients regular up to date analysis on the current thinking and market’s state of mind. We look at Bonds, Forex, Commodities and Equities. At the moment Stock Markets are the most interesting, providing the biggest conundrum for traders and operators.
We believe

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Technical Analysis Tutorial: Chart Patterns (Continuation)

In this article we’re going to have a look at continuation patterns. These are in contrast to the reversal patterns we’ve already treated in a previous blog post here. My main source is the comprehensive Technical Analysis of the Financial Markets by John J. Murphy (purchase here in association with FuturesTechs).
As the name suggests, continuation patterns imply that the

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