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EDUCATION IN TECHNICAL ANALYSIS
I hope you can help me. I am interested in becoming more knowledgeable in technical analysis. Could you recommend companies or organizations that not only provide educational material but also have a support staff that can answer questions?
CHUCK E., Chicago, IL
Technical Writer David Penn replies:
Various educational websites could help, such as TradingEducation.com. Some websites include forums for questions and discussions with other users. Iíve
written on some of these educational websites in the past in our Websites For Traders column and will continue to write about them in future columns. (Past
columns can be viewed at our website, www.Traders.com, in the back-issue archives area.)
Another approach you could take is to purchase or subscribe to some technical analysis software that offers a combination of online support, message boards, peer support, and so on, such as TC2000 or other software that is usable by all levels of traders. Search for other such programs online or by perusing our Tradersí Resource database of products at our website, www.Traders.com.
A third option is to listen to technical analysis radio programs over the Internet, like Gary Kaltbaumís program (garyk.com) or The Stock Doctors (stockdr.com). These kinds of programs can provide real-time instruction on technical analysis of stocks and markets...