Pivot Points

  1. Using Pivot Points For Predictions

    Learn one of the most common methods of finding support and resistance levels.
  2. Why & How To Reevaluate Your Trading Strategy ...

    Take a step back at the lunch hour and reevaluate the trading day.
  3. Day's First Trade Can Serve As Support/Resistance

    The first trade of the day in liquid markets defines a narrow price level that can ...
  4. Retracement Or Reversal: Know The Difference

    Learn to distinguish between a temporary price change and a long-term trend.
  5. Making Sense Of The Most Traded Market In The ...

    Technical indicators are extremely useful for forex traders; find out how you can ...
  6. The 6 Most-Traded Currencies And Why They're ...

    Every currency has specific features that affect its underlying value and price movements ...
  1. Why & How To Reevaluate Your Trading Strategy ...

    Take a step back at the lunch hour and reevaluate the trading day.
  2. Day's First Trade Can Serve As Support/Resistance

    The first trade of the day in liquid markets defines a narrow price level that can ...
  1. How should a risk-averse investor build a retirement portfolio?

    Learn about a strategy to take advantage of a higher high failure on a chart, as well as the basics of trend trading and ...
  2. What are the most common market indicators forex traders follow?

    Learn the most common technical indicators that forex traders and currency market analysts utilize to predict likely market ...
  3. How do I use STARC Bands for creating a forex trading strategy?

    Discover an intraday forex trading strategy that can be created using STARC bands in combination with daily pivot point levels ...
  4. What are the best technical indicators that complement the Polarized Fractal Efficiency ...

    Learn some of the best complementary technical indicators that can be utilized in conjunction with the polarized fractal ...
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