Pivot points are very useful tools that use the previous bars' highs, lows and closings to project support and resistance levels for future bars. The following pivot point tables are based on standard pivot point formula. Five time frames are provided: hourly, 4 hours, daily, weekly, monthly. For other types of pivot points, please check out the pages below:
Also, you can find formulas for calculating the pivot points in this page.
Pivot points are very useful tools that use the previous bars' highs, lows and closings to project support and resistance levels for future bars. Daily pivot points are useful for swing trading; while 4 hour pivot points are useful for intraday trading. Longer term pivot points provide an idea of where key support and resistance levels should be. Place the pivot points on your charts and see how traders appear to give pivot point levels a lot of respect.
- Daily pivots are calculated from previous day's high, low, close which ends at 5pm est or 21pm GMT.
- 4 Hours pivots are calculated from previous 4 hours bar which ends at 2100, 0100, 0500, 0900, 1300, 1700 GMT.
- The pivot levels and charts are updated throughout the day to cater for data adjustments during the day.