Saturday, October 10, 2020

Technical Analysis

Technical analysis, the first thing that comes to mind is a chart. Technical analysts use charts because they are the easiest way to visualize historical data

How Directional Trading Works and Its Example

Directional trading refers to strategies which are focused on the investor's view of the market's future direction. It will be the sole determinant of whether the buyer wants to sell or purchase the safe. 1. The Definition of Directional Trading...

Pips in Forex Trading

The Differences between Patterns and Trends

Patterns and trends are the techniques, commonly used by an analyst to know the current supply and demand of specific assets traded on the market. A trend is the common direction of an asset’s price in a certain period of...

Ways to Identify a Trending Market

Trending is when there are continually higher or lower prices (on average on the number of periods) in the price chart. If there is an upward trending market, then, the price fluctuates up and down, but the average is going...

Ways to Trade with Keltner Channel

Keltner Channel is a technical indicator based on volatility. It was first introduced by Chester Keltner in the ‘60s. This indicator has three separate lines. The middle line represents an exponential moving average (EMA). Meanwhile, the upper line is set...

Calculating Exponential Moving Average

An exponential moving average (EMA) is a type of moving average (MA). This type of MA has a greater significance to the most recent data. Traders usually also call it as an exponentially weighted moving average. EMA gives more significant...

Spotting Downtrend

Defining Swing Low and its Function

Swing low is one of the terms we usually see in technical analysis. It refers to the point reached by an indicator or security’s price in a specific period of time. Usually, the duration is less than 20 trading periods....

Reading a Market Profile Chart

Simple Moving Average, the Calculation

The simple moving average is one of the types of moving average calculation. Moving average is essential to identify the current price trends as well as potential changes. Traders usually use it to know an uptrend or downtrend of security....

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