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An overview of the first three tenets of Dow Theory. The second in a
series on technical analysis for active traders of the stock, futures
and forex markets.
Warren Buffet once said, Price is what you pay, but Value is what you get. Professional traders understand that we can find great value on our trades by understanding support and resistance. There are multiple ways to identify support and resistance price levels. Many traders turn to pivot points to identify safe price levels to enter and exit our traders. You will be able to find multiple forms of pivot points; however, we believe that camarilla pivots are the best.
Just to remind - we are having few related indicators in Metatrader 5 CodeBase:
The third lesson in a series on technical analysis for forex, futures,
and stock traders which introduces the last 3 tenets of down theory
Most charts will allow a wide variety of time frames to be displayed and
the time frame that day traders choose to use varies widely and depends
on each traders trading style. In general, longer term traders will
focus on daily time frames and above, and shorter term traders will
focus on intraday charts such as hourly or 15 minute charts. Many
traders will also use a combination of time frames in order to get a
full picture of what price has been doing by, for instance, looking
first at a longer term daily chart, then moving to an hourly chart, and
then finally to a 15 minute chart.
In this lesson we are going to look at something known as support and
resistance which are price levels where the supply demand equation is
expected to change, and price is then expected to stop moving in the
direction it was moving previously, or reverse direction.
No matter what time frame you end up using as a trader or what time
frame a particular strategy calls for, it is important always to have a
big picture overview of what is happening in the market. Although there
are exceptions, in general most traders will tell you that if your trade
setup or analysis lines up on multiple time frames, then the odds of
being correct are greatly increased.
7. Introduction to the Double Top and Double Bottom Charting Pattern
The first lesson in a series on chart patterns for traders and investors in the stock market, futures market, and forex market.
8. How to Trade Double Tops Like a Pro
The next lesson in a series on charting patterns for traders and
investors in which goes into specific strategies which can be used to
trade double tops and double bottoms in the forex market, stock market,
and futures market.
The 3rd lesson in a series on charting patterns which looks at the head
and shoulders pattern and how traders use this in the stock market,
forex market, and futures market.
The 4th lesson in a series on charting patterns which looks at how to
trade the head and shoulders pattern and the reverse had and shoulders
pattern for daytraders in the stock market, futures market, and forex