by CI Staff
Technical analysis involves using historical price and volume data to forecast the future direction of prices. Those who solely use technical analysis are often referred to as technicians, and are often traders. While individual investors rarely rely exclusively on technical analysis, many use technical analysis in conjunction with fundamental analysis to try to enter or exit positions at an advantageous time.
While most investors can find education on fundamental analysis on the Internet, finding quality information on technical analysis—and, specifically, technical indicators—can be harder. In this issue’s On the Internet, we provide investors with some websites that offer educational resources on technical indicators.
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