Technical Analysis 101: Using Technical Signals for a Stock Analysis

Join Kate Stalter as she discusses using technical signals when performing a stock analysis to identify institutional buying patterns.



In today’s video, Financial Freedom Federation’s technical analysis expert Kate Stalter discusses using technical signals when performing a stock analysis and identifying institutional buying patterns. She then breaks down Boston Beer Company’s (SAM) trading over the last 16 months and discusses how chart readers identify bottoms and clear broad market rallies. Kate then goes on to discuss the interplay of the stock’s “story” and fundamentals with that technical analysis and identifies some resources you can use to paint a clearer picture of your stock’s “story.” Lastly, Kate explains how identifying a stock in a correction can make for a good addition to your stock watchlist. In this video, SAM is used for the purpose of demonstrating basic technical analysis skills and is not intended as a recommendation.

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