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10 Best Apps for your iOS Investing Toolkit


These days there are a lot of Finance apps on Apple’s App Store. Unfortunately, many of them have duplicative functionality – there must be dozens of basic budgeting apps, along with dozens of financial news and banking apps. Many of them don’t work well and haven’t been updated in quite some time.… Read the rest

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5 Techniques for Doing Stock Chart Technical Analysis

Here at MF Software, we’ve been writing about investing and technical analysis of stock charts for a while now. But while we’ve explained various tools you can use to understand price movement and charting, we haven’t pulled it all together in one place for someone just getting started.… Read the rest

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Use Investing Styles for Highest Profits: Technical & Fundamental Analysis

What sort of investing style works best? This is a question I’ve seen stock market beginners ask in various forums. I usually start by explaining that there are really two investing styles, and understanding & using both of them can help maximize investing profits.… Read the rest

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4 Top Tips To Choose The Best Investment Modes

If the time has come to find a new advisor to help you with your investments your choice should take into account how much experience you already have. A second consideration is the amount of funds that you have to invest and how actively you intend to be in the investment markets, this is important as it is a direct selection criterion for the advisor that you eventually decide to use.… Read the rest

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5 Trading Insights Stochastic Indicator Charts Give You

Stochastics: What are they Good for? Absolutely…something! 5 things, in fact. Stock TickerPicker has optional stochastic indicator charts that can be enabled and many people prefer this indicator over the MACD or other indicators.

Here’s what stochastics can tell you:

  1. When momentum has changed, before the price has turned.
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Invest Now: Find Winning Trades with the MACD indicator


In my prior post on the MACD technical indicator, I explained how to interpret the MACD line, the signal line (a 9-day EMA of the MACD line) and the histogram (showing how far above/below the signal line the MACD line is).… Read the rest

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Learn about the MACD Indicator for Profitable Investing

One of the most common technical indicators used to analyze stock charts is the MACD indicator. This indicator shows you a stock’s momentum and stands for “Moving Average Convergence-Divergence.” When doing investing it is always a good idea to look at the MACD chart to help you understand when is the right time to jump in.… Read the rest

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Track a Stock’s Momentum with the RSI Indicator

While stock price movements on stock charts alone can tell you a lot about the likely future movement of the stock, additional calculations can yield indicators that bring out hard-to-see information about the underlying trends in the stock’s price movement. One such indicator is the Relative Strength Index or “RSI indicator,” and in this article I’ll explain what it is and how to set it up in Stock TickerPicker.… Read the rest

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How to Spot Stock Trends with Simple Moving Averages: Part II

Everyone wants to be able to understand stock trends. Even if you are doing fundamental analysis, technical analysis of stock movements can be used to pick the right time to get in/out of the stocks you’ve evaluated. Simple Moving Averages (SMAs) are a foundational way that technical analysis gurus can evaluate recent stock movements, to determine those trends.… Read the rest

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How to Spot Stock Trends with Simple Moving Averages

What does recent stock movement activity tell you? Do you know how to read a stock chart and see the trends? Understanding support and resistance points can be critical for understanding when to jump in or out of a stock. Let’s look at how to use Stock TickerPicker to work with Simple Moving Averages (SMAs) to do this.… Read the rest

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