Lesson 4

How To Read A Chart



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How To Read A Chart

I want you to remember this day, because before today, i'm sure price charts looked something like ancient hieroglyphics. This course covers how to read price charts. First, we will explore the most common type of chart called the candlestick chart. This type of chart shows the movement of price over time, in hours. The second type of chart discussed is a bar chart, which is stylistically different than the candle chart. Finally, we will teach you how to read a line chart. This is the quickest and most simple chart that gives you the least amount of price data.

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Which color are candles on a line chart?

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The chart which shows us closing prices only, is a?

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A bullish candle would be typically which color?

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If price is trending lower this is an example of a?

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If price is trending higher this is an example of a?

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If a candle is green this means that?

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If a candle is red this means that?

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The chart which shows us open high low and close is?

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The term bullish refers to?

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