Trading with Technical Indicators | James Boyd | 6-24-24
Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options.

Sometimes investors struggle to find strong trends. What if you could look at one moving average to get a current gauge of trend and momentum. In our session we discuss differences in simple, exponential and hull moving averages. We discuss why an investor would use an exponential and hull moving average. Join as we also share tools to find momentum easier. Join us!

Join us to look at recent market activity, from a technical analysis perspective, and participate in an online Q&A session. Find out more about the variety of analysis-related Schwab and 3rd Party tools and resources available to Schwab clients.

Options carry a high level of risk and are not suitable for all investors. Certain requirements must be met to trade options through Schwab. Please read the Options Disclosure Document titled “Characteristics and Risks of Standardized Options” before considering any option transaction.

Scripts are for educational purposes only, are not a recommendation, and are not guaranteed for time or accuracy.

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Scans and scripts are for illustrative and educational purposes and are not guaranteed for accuracy or time.

Trading Technical Indicators Playlist

Relative Strength identified on a % tile scale

RS 5 ( Relative Strength compared to $SPX over 5 days ) :!IVzd6jO7
RS 10 ( Relative Strength compared to $SPX over 10 days ) :!xmYI4kTD
RS 21 ( Relative Strength compared to $SPX over 21 days ) :!TrZuMSrs
RS 42 ( Relative Strength compared to $SPX over 42 days ) :!or8xAz71

Chart with Trend Script –!ckWpk5TT
MarketWatch Daily Script –!JzC54mcO
MarketWatch Weekly Script –!Vq0KopV3

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