Welcome to the Investing101 Chapter 7 exam. There will be 10 questions covering topics discussed in the previous chapter. What does technical analysis look at for investment purposes?A company's revenue growth rateA company's competitionA company's profit marginsThe recent price and volumes at which a stock has tradedWhat should you consider when analyzing different stock charts?Is the stock in an upward or downward trend?Did any big investors buy this stock?What are the ratio of highs to lows for the stock?All of the AboveWhat is the Cup with Handle pattern?A chart pattern for food and beverage stocksA price fall that bottoms out and rises againA chart pattern that shows a bottom followed by another bottomA chart pattern that can be used to identify a stock's bottomWhen should you buy a stock in the Cup with Handle pattern?After the handle is formed and price begins to riseAt the completion of the cup patternWhere the handle slopes downAt the bottom of the cupWhat is a Head and Shoulders pattern?A pattern for identifying stocks that are about to riseA bullish signal about pricesA bearish signal that prices will fall after the pattern formation is doneA popular fundamental research tool to evaluate stocksWhat is a breakout?A stock that is falling quicklyWhen a stock price moves past and continues through former high and low periodsWhen a new stock is introduced to the stock exchangeA stock that is showing large VolumeWhat are some common names for trendlines?FlagCandlestickWedge1 and 3What are candlesticks?A type of chart pattern that shows you bright stocks that are about to riseA type of chart that identifies risky stocksA chart that tracks stock prices over a short time, usually a few hoursA Japanese stock chart that is made up of vertical blocks rather than trendlinesWhat is a MACD?A tool that only seasoned and experienced investors should use"Moving Average Confidence Direction" (MACD)A graph that shows the difference between the fast- or slow-moving averages of a stock's priceA type of stock chart that shows when prices are about to converge, before a major breakoutWhat is the objective of Bollinger Bands?Smooth out data points to find an average stock price over timeCreate ratio sequences for stock pricesIdentify a relative definition of high and low stock prices over a certain time periodCompare the strength and magnitude of a stock's gains and losses over timeTime is Up! Read These Next3-03 Types of Orders-Market, Limit, Stop9-06 VolatilityAm I Taking the Right Course? Comments are closed.