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Technical Analysis 101

05 – Group Candlestick Patterns

Group candlestick patterns are more creative but take time to form. Generally, these are believed to be more effective signals when they occur on...

22 – How to Trade Divergences

As you've learned in the previous sections, technical indicators and price action tend to move in tandem. For instance, when stochastic starts heading lower...

07 – Trend Lines and Channels

Forex traders often say that "The trend is your friend" because a market uptrend or downtrend provides several reliable opportunities to catch pips. During...

15 – How Moving Averages Work

This section covers the basic technical indicators used in forex trading, the most common of which is the moving average. As the name suggests, this...

14 – Using the Fibonacci Tool with Technical Indicators

The use of Fibonacci retracement and extension levels could also be combined with technical indicators. For instance, one can enter at market when stochastic...

16 – Types of Technical Indicators

Technical indicators are grouped into two main classifications: oscillators or leading indicators and momentum or lagging indicators. Moving averages, as discussed in the previous...

19 – Basic Forex Chart Formations

Aside from technical indicators and Japanese candlestick patterns, another main component of technical analysis is chart formations. Remember that the concept behind technical analysis...

10 – Fibonacci Retracement

Fibonacci retracement levels, which are commonly used to specify potential entry levels during a trending market environment, comprise another group of inflection points. These...

09 – Different Types of Inflection Points

There are several types of horizontal inflection points that can be employed in forex technical analysis. Among these, the most common ones are the...

17 – Using Oscillators or Leading Indicators

When it comes to using leading indicators, a good way of remembering how they work is to understand that they "oscillate" between two points,...

04 – Double Candlestick Patterns

Memorizing double candlestick patterns can be a bit more challenging, but the trading results can be very rewarding. As with the single Japanese candlestick...

00 – A Beginner’s Guide to Technical Analysis

Technical analysis refers to the study of past price action as a guide in forecasting future price movements. This involves looking at candlestick formations,...

08 – Pivot Point Calculation Methods

Pivot point calculation can be tedious for some but there are traders that find this method very reliable when coming up with shorter-term trade...

11 – Fibonacci Extension

As introduced in the previous section, Fibonacci extension levels serve as excellent points for setting profit targets. After all, it's not enough that you...

23 – Using Multiple Time Frame Analysis

While using a combination of technical indicators can help confirm price movements and filter out false signals, most traders opt to conduct multiple time...

06 – Support and Resistance

Support and resistance are two of the most frequent forex terms you will come across in technical analysis. Simply put, support refers to a...

12 – Using the Fibonacci Tool with Support and Resistance

This section further illustrates how the Fibonacci retracement and extension levels tend to have a higher probability of holding when they coincide with other...

20 – Elliott Wave Analysis 101

A combination of repeating price patterns with Fibonacci analysis yields another branch of technical analysis known as Elliott Waves. This is named after its...

13 – Using the Fibonacci Tool with Trend Lines

As discussed in the previous sections, Fibonacci retracement is often used during trending market environments so it makes sense to combine it with the...

03 – Common Candlestick Formations

Single candlestick patterns are perhaps one of the most straightforward ways of reading price action and interpreting market psychology. Candlesticks with long bodies and...
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