Course Content Total learning: 16 lessons / 5 quizzes Time: 3 days Home / Courses / Intermediate / Introduction to Technical Analysis Introduction to Technical Analysis 0/4 Lecture1.1 Technical Analysis – VIDEO 05 min Lecture1.2 Going Technical – ARTICLE 30 min Lecture1.3 Technical Analysis – DEMO 06 min Quiz1.1 Technical Analysis – QUIZ 5 questions08 min Candlestick Charts 0/4 Lecture2.1 Candlesticks – VIDEO 04 min Lecture2.2 Lighting the Way – ARTICLE 20 min Quiz2.1 Candlesticks – QUIZ 2 questions15 min Lecture2.3 Candlesticks – DEMO 02 min Trendlines and Channels 0/4 Lecture3.1 Trends – VIDEO 03 min Lecture3.2 Trends of Success – ARTICLE 08 min Lecture3.3 Trends – DEMO 02 min Quiz3.1 Trends & Channels – QUIZ 5 questions15 min Support & Resistance 0/4 Lecture4.1 Support & Resistance – VIDEO 04 min Lecture4.2 Supporting the Resistance – ARTICLE 20 min Lecture4.3 Support & Resistance – DEMO 03 min Quiz4.1 Supporting the Resistance – QUIZ 4 questions05 min Volume, Momentum & COTs 0/4 Lecture5.1 Volume, Momentum & COTs – VIDEO 05 min Lecture5.2 Liquid Volume & Traders Commitments – ARTICLE 40 min Lecture5.3 Volume, Momentum & COTs – DEMO 04 min Quiz5.1 Volume, Momentum & COTs – QUIZ 5 questions05 min Setting up your workspace 0/1 Lecture6.1 Set up your Trading Account 01 min Preview This content is protected, please login and enroll course to view this content! Prev Candlesticks – VIDEO Next Candlesticks – QUIZ Comments PetrosDecember 18, 2018 Log in to Reply The explanation for the dark Cloud is not clear and the example given does not agree with the description, according to my student understanding. Can you perhaps confirm this or provide clarity? Thanks. Sharp Trader StaffDecember 20, 2018 Log in to Reply According to Investopedia, “The Dark Cloud Cover is a bearish reversal candlestick pattern whereby a black candlestick opens above a white candlestick’s close and below its midpoint.” This is another way of saying that the pattern foreshadows a reversal from bullish to bearish. Their example, indeed, provides a picture of the 3rd candle (which I omitted, for better or worse), which is a bear candle whose opening is quite close to the close of the 2nd candle. I prefer to consider the continuation, since that 3rd candle will not necessarily be evident in all time frames. Let me know if this answers your query. PetrosJanuary 7, 2019 Log in to Reply Thanks for the explanation. I recognise my mistake. Thanks. Sharp Trader StaffJanuary 10, 2019 Log in to Reply Not a mistake at all – just different approaches to a rather amorphic topic (how to define patterns that refuse to succumb to our definitions…). Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.