Learn how to properly use chart indicators, spot chart patterns and use pivot points.
There are two types of charts indicators: leading and lagging. Which one suits you better?
Leading indicators give signals BEFORE a new trend or reversal occurs, while lagging indicators give signals AFTER a trend or reversal. But that’s not all!
How do you spot a trend? Maybe lagging indicators can help you out!
Is the trend you’re in ready to push forward or sputter out?
Now that you know the pros and cons of both the leading and lagging indicators, which one do you think works better for you?
Price action can make cool pictures on your chart...and they actually give a clue to market behavior too!
Chart patterns are like that funny feeling you get in your tummy right before you let a fart explode. Here’s why!
A head and shoulders pattern is also a trend reversal formation. And you thought it was something to make your hair silky smooth and flake-free!
If you’re thinking shoes or cheese, then you’ve got another thing coming! Wedges are in your charts too!
Now aren’t you glad you paid attention to your shapes when you were just a tot? Who would’ve guessed rectangles are used in trading too?
Similar to rectangles, pennants are continuation patterns formed after strong moves.
Can’t get enough of basic shapes? Feast your eyes on these triangle chart patterns!
You might know what the chart patterns are, but do you know when to use them?
If you’re having trouble remembering your new chart patterns, then here’s a cheat sheet just for you!
After you're done with this section, Peter Parker won't be the first thing that will come to your mind when you read the abbreviation "PP."
Pivot points can be used in identifying reversal or breakout areas. Read on to find out how to use these support and resistance levels.
Wanna use pivot points in your trading but don’t know how to calculate them? Let us show you how!
Check out these examples on how to use pivot points in range trading. Even better, we’ll show you how to combine candlestick analysis with pivot points!
As with all support and resistance levels, pivot point levels won’t hold forever. Learn how to make pips when pivot points fail!
Did you know that pivot points can also help you determine whether traders are more inclined to buy or sell a currency pair?
Most trading platforms can draw’em for ya, but you should also know how to crunch those numbers yourself in case of nuclear war…huh?
Here are some easy-to-memorize tips to help you make the most out of pivot points!
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.Albert Einstein