Use Trend Line to Select Stocks

Investors who have been in the stock market for a long time all know that they must “follow the trend” rather than “move against the trend”. The so-called “momentum” here refers to the direction and trend of the stock market movement. There are three trends:...
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Double bottom stock selection skills

Double bottom, the stock price trend like “W”, so also known as “W bottom”, double bottom is a more reliable figure for both the stock market and the stock. Opportunities for V-shaped inversion are not available, and the bottom is not reliable if it touches...
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V bottom stock selection skills

V-shaped bottom, commonly known as “sharp bottom”, is also called V-shaped bottom because of its shape trend like “V”. The formation time of V-shaped bottom is the shortest, which is the most difficult form of research and participation risk. But this form of explosive force...
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Arc Bottom Stock Selection Skills

Arc bottom refers to the process in which the stock price gradually slows down after a long decline and finally stops falling. After a period of chaos at the bottom, it begins to rise again slowly and finally develops upward. This process is reflected in...
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Choosing Stocks by Bottom Form

If investors can choose an intervening low in the stock market, especially to buy stocks at the bottom of the market, they will lay a very good foundation for future profits. But the bottom of the market is not so easy to find. Many investors...
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Choosing Stocks by Gap Form

The so-called gap is the “hollow” between two adjacent K-line entities, in which the index or stock price has no trading record. Gap is a common anomaly in the stock market. Say it is common, in the operation of the market, every year there will...
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Inversion K-Line Stock Selection Skills

The forms of reversal K-line are various, and there are several kinds of reversal K-line which play a greater role in investors’stock selection. 1. Breaking through one’s head and breaking one’s feet The so-called “break-through” means that in one or two trading days, the entity...
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