Learning to recognize key turning points in markets is one of the most important lessons any trader can learn.
Price action trading is a term that you frequently hear among traders currently. It is popular due to its minimalism and applicability across different markets and timeframes.
We’ve all spent time pouring over various indicators, trading systems, and other gizmos, trying them in various combinations, and often to our eventual frustration and disappointment.
Two terms you hear a lot about are support and resistance. Basically, they are points on a chart where the probabilities favor at least a temporary halt in the prevailing trend.
This video from FXStreet explains how to use the MACD, one of the most popular indicators to identify trade opportunities in the forex market.
Words of wisdom from the mythical market timer behind Gann angles and the Square of 9.
Fibonacci jumped into the technical mainstream late in the bull market. Futures traders had it all to themselves until real-time software ported it over to the equity markets.
Every year when preparing for the annual ChartPattern.com stock trading conference, I have a chance to look back on which trades worked best over the past year and what trends are emerging for the year ahead.
Predicting markets is like predicting the weather, only short-term forecasts are viable. Short-term trading has the advantages of generally lower risk but unfortunately, the profits are limited.