# Technical Analysis Quiz – Basics of Technical Analysis for Beginners Module

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This is a quiz to test your technical analysis skills. Take technical analysis quiz questions and answers to test your knowledge on “Basics of Technical Analysis for Beginners module”. If you are trading in stock market, derivatives, commodities or Forex market then technical analysis knowledge becomes important for your well-being and lack of knowledge can lead to losses and financial trouble in your personal life. Let us check how much do you understand about technical analysis and technical indicators?

Let us check how much do you understand about what is technical analysis, how to analyze data and different types of technical analysis. In this series of chapter you would have understood about some basic concepts about what is support, resistance, volume and moving averages. Hope that now you know about technical analysis patterns like: candlestick, single candlestick, multiple candlestick charts and patterns. If you are a trader, investor or analyst then knowledge about technical indicators and their types become crucial for you and your clients. Take a quiz at the end of “Technical Analysis for Beginners tutorial course” and test your knowledge on technical analysis for stock market, Forex market, currency market or commodity market or other related matters and scenarios by opting this investing quiz.

## Technical Analysis Quiz – Basics for Beginners

1: Technical Analysis means analysis of product specifications.

2: Technical Analysis means study and implementation of historical market data.

3: Technical Analysis means study and implementation of real estate.

4: Technical Analysis is a type of insurance policy for companies.

Technical Analysis means study and implementation of historical market data.

1: Open High Low and Close.

2: Opting Higher to Lower Calculation.

3: Optimizing Higher and Lower values in Chart.

4: Organizing High Low Closures.

Open High Low and Close.

1: Data of open high low and close denoted by line on chart.

2: Line Chart means any data between 0 to 100 plotted on chart.

3: Various data points connected by a line on the chart.

4: A rectangle point on chart is referred as line on chart.

Various data points connected by a line on the chart.

1: Thru plotting of close prices on chart.

2: Thru plotting of open, high, low, close prices on chart.

3: Thru plotting of open prices on chart.

4: Thru plotting of open, high, close prices on chart.

Thru plotting of open, high, low, close prices on chart.

1: Closing price is always higher than the opening price.

2: Closing price of stock is always lower than the opening price.

3: Higher price of stock is always higher than the opening price.

4: Higher price of stock is always higher than the closing price.

Closing price is always higher than the opening price.

1: Higher value is closing price and lower value is opening price in chart.

2: Higher value is max price and lower value is min price in chart.

3: Higher value is opening price and lower value is closing price in chart.

4: Higher value is day price and lower value is average month price in chart.

Higher value is opening price and lower value is closing price in chart.

1: First candle is a bullish candle and second candle is a bearish candle.

2: First candle is a bearish candle and second candle is a bullish candle.

3: First candle and second candle are approximate of same size candles.

4: First candle and second candle have wide difference on the chart.

First candle is a bearish candle and second candle is a bullish candle.

1: Bearish Reversal Candlestick Pattern.

2: Bullish Reversal Candlestick Pattern.

3: Engulf Reversal Candlestick Pattern.

4: Single Reversal Candlestick Pattern.

Bearish Reversal Candlestick Pattern.

1: Glass price of a stock is known as support level in a chart.

2: Higher price of a stock is known as support level in a chart.

3: Floor price of a stock is known as support level in a chart.

4: Closing price of a stock is known as support level in a chart.

Floor price of a stock is known as support level in a chart.

1: Exponential Moving Average (EMA).

2: Simple Moving Average (SMA).

3: Volume Adjusted Moving average (VAMA).

4: Volume Close Moving average (VCMA).

Exponential Moving Average (EMA), Simple Moving Average (SMA) and Volume Adjusted Moving average (VAMA).

1: 0 to 100.

2: 0 to 70.

3: 0 to 200.

4: 0 to 50.

0 to 100.

1: 0 to 200.

2: 0 to 100.

3: 0 to 70.

4: 0 to 50.

0 to 100.

1: -100 to 0.

2: -100 to 100.

3: 0 to 100.

4: 0 to 70.

-100 to 0.

1: -100 to 100.

2: -100 to 0.

3: 0 to 100.

4: 0 to 70.

0 to 100.

1: Parabolic SAR indicator.

2: Bollinger Bands Indicator.

3: Relative Strength Index Indicator.

4: Fibonacci Indicator.

5: All of the Above.

All of the Above.

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