When making investment selections, traders and investors use Technical Analysis to make risk adjusted judgements. How does Technical Analysis differ from Fundamental Analysis? Where did TA begin? What are some tools that a Technical Analyst uses to make informed trading decisions? Paul Wankmueller CMT, Director of Content and Education for Blue Line Futures, breaks down the science of Technical Analysis.
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