Where can I learn Technical Analysis to Cryptocurrencies?

Yahya

New member
Hello there,

I want to learn about Technical Analysis. Can you recommend some online courses and books?

Many thanks.
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Olezka

Member
babypips and investopedia
Some exchanges have practise areas where no real money is involved.
But frankly it's all voodoo for 99% of people, so please be very sceptical.
If it worked everyone would do it. So it couldn't work.
 

Sacha

Member
We all have access to search engines, on Google and also here. You can input your description of what you need on the search engine and if you find something interesting and would want to no more about it like if its authentic or who recommends it. Then you can bring it here.
Self research is quite good you know
 

Akim

Member
The thread was created in wrong board. You can move it to either Beginners & Help or Trading discussion. Use "move topic" at the bottom left corner.

You can find the book, namely A complete guide to Volume Price analysis in the thread [RESOURCES] Free bitcoin/blockchain/finance eBook.. Honestly, I did not read that book but it was given to download in that thread and the book title looks good.

From my experience, volume is the vital part of any technical analysis. It makes one analysis is good or bad. It is terrible if anyone make a technical analysis without attention on volume movements. Addtionally, remember that technical indicators can only be used if what you trade and want to analyze has high volume.

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Nathaniel

Member
I think this one below is a great source to learn technical analysis.

- https://github.com/learn-crypto-trading/learn-crypto-trading.github.io


Technical analysis free tool

- https://cryptowat.ch/
- https://bitcoinwisdom.io/
- https://coinalyze.net/
- https://data.bitcoinity.org/markets/volume/30d?c=e&t=b

Visualized tools
- https://bitcoinal.com/
- https://coin360.com/
- https://www.bitcoinpricemap.com/

Train your self using this crypto trading simulator

- https://altcoinfantasy.com/
- https://bitsgap.com/demo-trading/
- https://coinmarketgame.com/

All of them you can use them for technical analysis always keep training.
 

King

Member
How about learning which indictors you wanna use because it's usually what it is for technical analysis. Learning how to use Macd to identify where the market's direction is after a few days would help you for analysis and this has to be accompanied by more indicators too. The commonly used indicator is the RSI and learning the moving averages will get you more technical.

Learn just 3 indicators first, the free account in tradingview allows you to have 3.
 

Pavel

Member
babypips and investopedia
Some exchanges have practise areas where no real money is involved.
But frankly it's all voodoo for 99% of people, so please be very sceptical.
If it worked everyone would do it. So it couldn't work.
You can use it as part of a strategy and adapt it to help spot obscure patterns others wont... Even though it doesn't work if you follow what the mainstream will be looking at, sometimes a small sentiment or psychological analysis can come in handy when picking when to invest/withdraw from a trading position
 
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