New User Sign Up | Sign In
BSE SENSEX
Pivot Point for 24-Oct-2017
32,478.12
SupportResistance
32,341.3432,643.49
32,175.9732,780.27
32,039.1932,945.64
31,873.8233,082.42

Get it on Google Play

About Bull 'N' Bearish

 

Bull 'N' Bearish is a Very unique software which show the rates not a graph. This software is show Rate Range for Next Day, Next Week, Next Month, Next Quarter also shown Pivot Point, Support & Resistance Level. Application shown Best Buy & Sell Script for Daily, Weekly and Monthly.

Bull 'N' Bearish shown list of scrip those range breakout in positive or negative, this feature is help full for script generate new high in next days. Software shown EMA graph it is easy way to findout which is the best time for buy or sell scrip for long term.

WHAT IS STOCK TECHNICAL ANALYSIS

Stock technical analysis focuses on historical price patterns and volume characteristics to predict the future. Strong fundamentals and technicals are usually a necessary condition for a stock to move higher. However, we believe looking at the fundamentals and technicals alone isn´t sufficient to effectively determine in which direction a stock will move.

Technical analysis is concerned with the history of trading and price in a stock. Technical analyst´s believe that a stock´s market price reveals all the known/needed information about the stock including public and insider information and investor sentiment. The founding fathers of technical analysis were Robert D. Edwards and John Magee who first published Technical Analysis of Stock Trends in 1948.

Technical analysis usually takes the form of charts and tracks a stock´s movements. Usually a pattern or trend emerges from a stock´s movement that allows a technical analyst to determine how the stock will likely behave in the future.

In 1995, Futures magazine rated the top five popular technical analysis techniques from a sample of 50 seasoned traders and analysts. The number one indicator according to popularity is moving averages, including moving average convergence divergence. Just behind moving averages on the list included breakouts (simple, channel, volatility), trend measurements (DMI/ADX), relative strength index (RSI). 

Copyright © H P Info Systems
Disclamer