Using Charts to Identify Trends & Potential Reversals | Portfolio Management Basics

Portfolio Management Basics | 11-03-22 | Connie Hill, CMT
Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options.

Making your own investment decisions can be intimidating. This webcast attempts to help you build your confidence as an education coach illustrates how self-directed investors can tailor their own account-management blueprint. This interactive webcast will investigate the construction and management of a sample portfolio with securities over a range of time frames, from short-term trading to long-term investing. Time to roll up our sleeves.

In this webcast we discuss how charts can be useful regardless of whether you are a long term investor, an intermediate trend follower or a short term swing trader. We discuss which moving averages might be most suitable for trading or investing in various time frames. We also discussed what patterns we might look for to see a bullish reversal indicating that perhaps a stock or market might be starting to trend in a bullish direction. We followed up on a couple of last week's example trades and put on a new one to track.

Options involve risks and are not suitable for all investors. Please read the Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options carefully before trading.

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