Technical Analysis is not considered a scientific discipline as it does not rely on empirical evidence or scientific methodologies. It is based on the interpretation of market data, such as price and volume charts, in order to identify patterns and make predictions about future market behavior. The methods used in technical analysis are subjective and open to interpretation, which can lead to conflicting opinions and results among practitioners. Despite this, technical analysis is widely used in the financial industry as a tool for decision making and investment strategy. However, its effectiveness has been the subject of debate and there is no scientific consensus on the validity of its methods.