Technical Analysis Basic Education

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Terms in Technical Analysis Basic Education

52-Week Range

The 52-week range shows the lowest and highest price at which a stock has traded at in the previous 52 weeks. read more

52-Week High/Low

The 52-week high/low is the highest and lowest price at which a security, such as a stock, has traded during the time period that equates to one year. read more

Absolute Breadth Index (ABI)

The Absolute Breadth Index (ABI) is a market indicator used to determine volatility levels in the market without factoring in price direction. read more

Accumulation Area

The accumulation area is a stock market charting zone analyzed by investors that can indicate a good time to buy. read more

Accumulation/Distribution Indicator (A/D)

The accumulation/distribution indicator (A/D) uses volume and price to assess the strength of a stock’s price trend and spot potential reversals. read more

Adaptive Price Zone (APZ)

The adaptive price zone (APZ) is a technical indicator that helps investors identify possible market turning points to determine when to buy or sell stock. read more

Advance/Decline Index and Uses

The Advance/Decline Index is a market breadth indicator representing the difference between the number of advancing and declining securities within an index. It is used to determine overall market weakness or strength. read more

Advance/Decline Line - A/D and Uses

The Advance/Decline Line (A/D) is a technical indicator that shows the number of advancing stock less the number of declining stocks. It is a breadth indicator used to show market sentiment. read more

Average Directional Index (ADX)

The average directional index (ADX) helps traders see the trend direction as well as the strength of that trend.  read more


Amplitude is the movement in the price of a security from its low point to its high point over time; measuring this change helps traders assess the security's volatility. read more

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