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Don’t start investing or trading in stock market without proper knowledge. In Indian stock market or in any stock market few standard terms are used with the relevance of technical analysis. Sharetipsinfo suggest investors or traders must read complete glossary to understand stock market better. Learn basics of stock market with our glossary.




Washout Day                      

A selling climax or high volume decline that “washes out” all that sellers and paves the way for buyers to take over. This may also take the form of a high volume hammer after an extended decline.

A reversal chart pattern characterized by two converging trend lines that connect at an apex. The wedge is slanted either downwards or upwards demonstrating bullish or bearish behaviors respectively.

Weekly Reversal

An upside weekly reversal is present when prices open lower on Monday and then on Friday close above the previous week’s close. A downside weekly reversal opens the week higher but closes down by Friday.

Weighted Average                                                             

A moving average that uses a selected time span, but gives greater weight to the more recent price data.

Weighted Close

A weighted average of the high, low and close that places more weight on the closing value by counting it twice.


A whipsaw occurs when a buy or sell signal is reversed in a short time. Volatile markets and sensitive indicators can cause whipsaws. For example, a whipsaw would occur if a position trader initiates can cause whipsaws. For example, a whipsaw would occur if a position trader initiates a long position on a bullish MACD crossover. The signal was reversed and the trader had to exit quickly.

Wilder, Welles

Developer of the RSI indicator and the Directional Movement Indicator (DMI) system.

Williams’s %R

Developed by Larry Williams, Williams’s %R is a momentum indicator much like the stochastic Oscillator and is especially popular for measuring overbought and oversold levels. The scale ranges from 0 to -100 with readings from 0 to -20 considered overbought, and readings from -80 to -100 considered oversold. Typically, Williams’s %R is calculated using 14 periods and can be used on Intraday, daily weekly or monthly data.




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