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Technical Analysis Discussion

I'm not too much of TA guy, especially when people post these crazy ass charts covered in lines that mean nothing, but I really like Bollinger Bands. They seem to be the exception to the "TA is astrology" argument, at least in my experience. I've seen a good amount of people make this same argument for RSI, MACD, etc. I like the math involved with them, which is why I enjoy using them. I see the power in fundamentals, but I don't know as much about finance as I do about math, so I try to get a good mix of both.

NFA and all that, just want some discussion on it. I see most people here prefer fundamental analysis, but I'm curious if you guys like to cross reference your fundamental findings with any technical indicators if/when you're trying to work out the probability of your position doing what you want it to.

Submitted August 05, 2022 at 05:56PM by FunnyBallsWasTaken
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