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Technical Analysis
Technical Analysis is a form of analysis that seeks to make judgments about the performance of a share based solely on its historic and current price behavior and without reference to the Underlying business, the sector the company is in, or the economy as a whole.
    
This is done by tracking and Charting the company's stock price, Volume of shares traded day to day, both on the company itself and also on its competitors. In this way, investors hope to build up a picture of Future price movements. Technical Analysis can be contrasted with Fundamental Analysis, which looks at a share's market price in light of the company's Underlying business proposition and financial situation, and which involves making both quantitative and qualitative judgments about a company.
    
It is a financial markets technique that claims the ability to forecast the Future direction of Security prices through the study of past market data, primarily price and Volume.[1] In its purest form, Technical Analysis considers only the actual price behavior of the market or instrument, on the assumption that price reflects all relevant factors before an investor becomes aware of them through other channels.
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