Interpreting the stock market is another idea-driven process. Many of us have a distinctive how-know in choosing an investing target. I might have only worked math on a paper to do various calculations, but take advantage of a spatial layout rather than sticking to writing numbers. Understanding spatial relationships is a required process, which can be better when using a graph. First, I can make a line chart having a dual axis, one for a target stock(e.g. APPLE), and the other for a market index(e.g. S&P 500), then look through all the historical gaps between the lines so to finally pinpoint the bullish sign. We often misunderstand naive words without spatial layout when we need to come up with data-driven ideas, which can develop into mindmap or such tools.
• Ref.: https://youtu.be/4pRMAbvSjow | 3:30~