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Being able to identify the signals for price trends in #market is a key component of any #trading strategy, and using Technical Analysis is a popular way to do so.

Here’s a thread on Technical Analysis and how to use it effectively.
#Market Analysis is broadly categorized into two main methods.

~Fundamental Analysis
~Technical Analysis

Fundamental analysts need to look at the financial statements, business model, management & many more things to come up with a fair estimate of a company's value.
On the contrary, technical analysis is not at all concerned with the detailed study of #Fundamental factors.

For technical analysts #Price is supreme and they see price as a manifestation of every #Fundamental reality.
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Waiting for a daily close above the resistance by 3% margin is a trading tactic Edwards & Magee discussed in their book Technical Analysis of Stock Trends.

For some of you this might be a too late entry. Remember that trading tactics can be different for each trader/investor.
As there is no perfect stop-loss placement, there is also no perfect entry condition. Sometimes you can miss the breakouts due to gap openings. I'm sure many of you managed to position well into this H&S continuation breakout. Image
There are several ways to trade a chart pattern. From anticipatory positions before the breakout to buying during re-test after a breakout...

However, there is only one way to identify a text-book classical chart pattern. This one was a H&S continuation.
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Supreme Court judge Justice L Nageswara Rao delivers keynote address at the International Webinar on "Redefining Legal Profession and Legal Education Contextually with Pandemic"
#SupremeCourt
Justice Rao: Lawyers who are doing well please stand up for your brethren. Govt has started e Seva Kendra in all High Courts and district court
#webinar #supremecourt
Justice Rao: We have been very ambitious in our programs dealing with broadband and see it as essential service. Why can't we have broadband facility with every gram panchayat #webinar #supremecourt
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Good morning! Thanks a lot for your invaluable input yesterday about important steps for translation & interpreting graduates and beginners on how to become a successful #freelancer. Learning from seasoned colleagues, for example as a member in an organization, is a key factor.
Today, let's focus on our professionalism. Establishing a network, attending #webinars #seminars #conferences, investing time in learning how to use a CAT tool etc. are only parts of the mosaic. In order to find and keep clients we need to act like pros.
We all expect our clients to perceive us as professional service-providers at eye level. We are neither amateurs nor hobby-translators looking for some quick cash. Honesty towards a client is important, e.g. if you're not enough qualified or a suggested deadline can't be met.
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Good morning! Yesterday we spoke about translation & interpreting graduates who often are not sufficiently prepared for a #freelance life. In your opinion, what steps are necessary to become a successful freelancer?
Thanks a lot for so many good ideas! I could add the ability to act like a professional (more about that later), staying curious & always keep learning, building up a pro network, keeping a healthy life/work balance. After all, we need to recharge to stay on top.
Did anybody mention joining a professional T&I organisation? Many have reduced membership fees for students and graduates. Apart from networking with colleagues, many offer CPD (continuing professional development) #webinars and #seminars which cover a number of different topics.
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We're all tired of #Webinars

We've all had too many of them because of COVID and working from home
But we're all going to have to endure more of them in the next few months

So please, please folks - can we get better at them?

And I mean better in often pretty simple ways
First, if you are running a webinar, get your setup right

This is my desk - at home
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Business interests in hedging; time to work on developing local skills eg local drillers, operators.
Building capacity of local suppliers in local production, some products eg PPE have no reasons for not being produced locally. #Webinars #localprocurement #localcontent
Gold is still a safe haven during #COVIDー19 pandemic #localprocurement #Mining
Early days for discussions on how #COVID19 will impact individual Mine's plans? Chamber of Mine Ghana is yet to see if it is about time, still early days #localprocurement #localcontent @ewb_msv
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#100daysofCPD is where @UoB_HEFi will be beaming a spotlight onto #teaching and supporting #learning in #HigherEducation #CPD opportunities especially for #Beacon #HEAfellowship applicants & @uob_pgche participants during #COVID19 times & beyond Image
#100daysofCPD: #Day1 is the @UoB_HEFi #Learning and #Teaching Gateway. Full of self-paced online courses on a range of #technology and teaching topics. #BestPractice #CPD Go to birmingham.ac.uk/university/hef… Image
#100daysofCPD #Day2: @matt_tel_brum shares this Resource - How to Keep Uninvited Guests Out of Your Zoom Event containing all you need to know about Zoom’s #settings when using for #teaching, #meetings or #socializing during #COVID19 & beyond blog.zoom.us/wordpress/2020…
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While most people are rightly focusing on short-term measures against #Covid19, including #lockdown and #socialdistancing, I wonder how the medium to long-term political development will be like? In this thread, I want to collect the good, the bad and the ugly of this #pandemic.
How may societies react, and what may happen politically, if #Covid19 runs its course? In other words: How will #pandemicpolitics look like? Short term: I Assume we can halt the further exponential spread within the next 2-4 weeks due to isolation measures, but what comes next?
After 4 weeks or so, we will begin to reestablish normal life, based on what we learned ourselves and observed in other countries. Maybe schools reopen again, as they seem not to be central to the pandemic. More people will want to get outside and need to go to work.
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