|A form of charting connecting prices ﬁltered by a minimum increment; similar to point and ﬁgure charts.|
Pugh swing charts use vertical lines connected by short horizontal lines. Line swing charts use angular lines connecting price to price. Swing charts are said to be price-functional; the time frame is not a parameter.
Using charts and charting techniques and indicators (such as prices, volume, moving averages, stochastics, etc.) to ...
An individual who makes short-term trades where a stock’s price movement is in one direction; swing ...
Added to stock charts, these indicators represent average price over time. By averaging prices, the indicator ...
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