• Charts in trading: see how they help us analyze the market

    It is much easier to analyze some data through the reading of graphs than the discussion that can arise around simple numerical inputs. Through the graphs it will be possible to monitor information related to volumes and other technical indicators (they are displayed at the base of the graph characterizing the time axis). To give a concrete example, the bands of Bollinger are directly represented on the price graph.



Trading Range: let's see it in detail.

The trading range or lateral trend, is an area of the graph delimited at the bottom by a support line and at the top by a resistance line. If you look at a long-term chart, you can see that price movements alternate periods of trend, bullish or bearish, with others in which they fluctuate in a more or less large area.


Call and put options: to earn even downward

Let's start immediately with a nice definition. In financial jargon, the option is an asymmetric derivative instrument which, in simple terms, translates into a contract with a non-binding clause to buy or sell the security on which the option has been subscribed. The security in question - which may be a share, a pair of currencies, a commodity or another financial product - is called an "underlying instrument" and can be subject to a call or put option (also known as a put and call option).

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