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PREMIUM: Check any stock chart for Technical Events to get instant insight

Joanna Kong
Yahoo Finance Premium

This detailed reporting was brought to you by Gary Christie, Head of North American Research at Trading Central using Yahoo Finance Premium's Enhanced Charting feature. Click here to start your free trial* and step up your investing.

We have a number of research tools designed to save you time analyzing the securities you’re considering for your investments. To get started, look up any ticker symbol and open the price chart to check the latest analytics.

Through our partner Trading Central, Yahoo Finance Premium uses standard practices of technical analysis to look for trends or patterns in how stock prices are changing over time. For example, we might generate a positive or bullish technical event when the price starts trading above its average price.

Technical Event: Price Crosses Moving Average

We might also generate a bullish technical event when a chart pattern forms that suggests the price may be breaking out to move higher. You can learn about why these are significant by clicking on an event to reveal the information panel. Bullish technical events are plotted on the chart as green circles. Bearish technical events, which demonstrate signs of weakness, are plotted as red squares.

Technical Event: Continuation Wedge (Bullish)

Use the tabs along the top to give perspective across different time horizons including short-term, intermediate-term, and long-term. In this case, we are seeing several signs of strength which helps to validate the idea you might have to invest in a stock like this.

Bullish and bearish Technical Events plotted on the chart

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