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David Waring

David Waring is a currency analyst and community host of InformedTrades.com, an online community for traders of the world's financial markets. Prior to establishing InformedTrades, David headed the sales department of a currency trading brokerage firm.

Support and Resistance by David Waring

In this lesson we are going to look at something which is known as support and resistance and what these levels tell us about potential future market moves. As many of you already know, just as anything where market forces are at play, the price of a financial instrument in the stock, futures or forex markets is ultimately determined by supply and demand. Very simply, if demand is increasing in relation to supply then price will rise, and if demand is decreasing in relation to supply then price will fall... READ MORE

Multi Time Frame Analysis by David Waring

No matter what time frame you end up using when trading the stock, futures or forex market or what time frame a particular trading strategy calls for, it is important always to have a big picture overview of what is happening in the market... READ MORE

Forex, Futures and Stock Price Charts by David Waring

The tool of the technician when analyzing the forex, futures, or stock markets is the price chart. Very simply a price chart is a chart showing the movement of the price of a financial instrument over a chosen time... READ MORE

Dow Theory II by David Waring

Tenet four of Dow Theory is that The Averages Must Confirm Each Other. The averages must confirm each other. Here Dow was referring to the Dow Jones Transportation Index and the Dow Jones Industrial Average. To understand this point it is important to remember that in Dow’s time the growth in the US was coming mainly from the Industrial sector... READ MORE

Dow Theory by David Warning

Most consider the father of technical analysis to be Charles Dow, the founder of Dow Jones and Company which publishes the Wall Street Journal. Around 1900 he wrote a series of papers which looked at the way prices of the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the Dow Jones Transportation Index moved. After analyzing the Indexes he outlined his belief that markets tend to move in similar ways over time. These papers, which were expanded on by other traders in the years that followed, became known as “Dow Theory”... READ MORE