Clay Burch, Director of Technical Support, completed a whitepaper on the technical approach to trading stocks. The paper, which is posted in Red Gate’s Simple-Talk newsletter, was given a 5 star rating by readers and has generated great discussion.
Even though the technical approach to stock market analysis has been around since the 1800s, with the introduction of computers, and specifically .NET libraries, the work in technical analysis has become the study and manipulation of technical indicators.
In the whitepaper, Clay provides a high level overview of the techniques used for technical analysis, as well as its applications in stock market scenarios. He distinguishes the key price studies and indicators used in technical analysis to determine the best time to buy or sell stocks including calculating simple averages, Bollinger bands, MACD, stochastics, the relative strength index and more.
Clay is a Microsoft MVP for C# and .NET Windows Forms technologies. Before joining Syncfusion, he spent 20 years designing and implementing personal investment software sold by Dow Jones and Co., Standard and Poor’s, and RTR Software.
To read the whitepaper in its entirety, visit http://bit.ly/qbnPKw.