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Weekly Chart

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A weekly chart can be described as a summary of data for the complete/ regular trading session pertaining to a week. Representations on a weekly chart are either in the form of a candle, bar, or point on a line. Weekly charts are linked to long term forecasting and analysis. Investors look at weekly charts often in their stock routine to help them with investing decision making after seeing the trend of the security being tapped.

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