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ChartSchool

Welcome to StockCharts.com's “ChartSchool.” Here you can learn all about the analysis of stock charts (also called “Technical Analysis”). This section of our site is continually growing as we add more and more articles and information so check back often and send us your feedback so we can make ChartSchool even better.

Note: ChartSchool contains articles about technical analysis in general. If you are looking for documentation about how to use the charting tools on StockCharts.com, please visit the StockCharts.com documentation area.

Table of Contents

  • Overview-
    Articles that help you understand what Technical Analysis is and is not, what Fundamental Analysis is, why someone should analyze securities at all, and more.
  • Charts and Chart Analysis Methods-
    Articles that describe the various kinds of financial charts and methods for analyzing them including trendline analysis, support and resistance, chart pattern analysis, Point & Figure charts, Kagi and Renko charts, Japanese Candlestick charts and more.
  • Market Indicators-
    Descriptions for the major market indicators used on StockCharts.com.
  • Market Analysis-
    Articles on the different types of market analysis including Dow Theory, Elliott Wave Theory and the various DecisionPoint models.
  • Glossary-
    Definitions of common Technical Analysis terms.
  • Index and Market Indicator Catalog-
    Documentation for the index symbols provided by StockCharts.com including breadth indicators, futures contracts, economic indicators and more.


Additional Resources for StockCharts.com Users

How to Use Our Charting Tools

Complete StockCharts.com Documentation

Scanning Resources

Educational Resources