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This section covers all educational articles on technical analysis. it is the root category for the different categories related to TA. We will cover everything needed to master technical analysis. Articles on Price action, Elliott Wave, harmonic, Technical Indicators will be covered and placed in its own category.

Fibonacci Trading: Fibonacci Levels Help Traders be Precise

Fibonacci Trading: Fibonacci Levels Help Traders be Precise

Trend Line Trading: Keep an Eye at New Highs/Lows

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of trendline trading. The trendline trading is one of the most consistent trading strategies. Thus, a trader can make profits by properly dealing with how trends develop. In today’s example, we will demonstrate a chart with an up-trending trendline, where the price goes down trendline’s support. However, it produces a bullish reversal candle and ends up offering a long entry. Let us get started.

Equidistant Channel: An Excellent Price Action Trading Tool

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate a trade setup with Equidistant Channel. Price action traders rely on Equidistant Channel a lot. It is one of the best price action trading tools. However, Forex traders’ life is not as easy as it seems. Like other trading tools, Equidistant Channel needs adjustment. To be able to do that traders need enough knowledge and experience. Let us now proceed to find out what a trader may need to do to make it work for him.

Intraday Trading: How Fibonacci Levels Help You Determine Entry and Take-Profit...

In today’s lesson, we are going to learn an intraday trading strategy using the previous day’s highest high or lowest low. When the price makes a breakout at yesterday’s highest high or lowest low, the price usually trends towards the breakout direction. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a bearish breakout. After making a bearish breakout at the previous day’s lowest low, the price consolidates and produces a bearish engulfing candle at a significant Fibonacci level. Then, it heads towards the South with good bearish momentum. We try to find out the Fibonacci level where the price trends from as well as the take profit level where the price may make a reversal. Let us proceed.

Guide to Selecting Custom Forex Trading Indicators

How should you use custom forex trading indicators and should you buy them? One of the greatest gifts modern technology has bestowed upon us as...

Using Volume and Volume Indicators for Swing Trading

Volume is the lifeblood of forex trading but is often misunderstood and many traders don’t know how to use it to their advantage. If...

Pay Attention to the Signal Candle Along with Reversal Candle

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a combination of an H1-15M chart trading strategy. The price makes a strong bullish move and makes a long bearish correction. It produces several bullish reversal candles, but the price does not react to all of them. It makes its bullish move at last. We try to find out why it reacts to that particular bullish reversal candle. Let us get started.

Fibonacci Trading: A Reversal Candle is to be Followed by a...

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an H1-15M chart, which made a good bullish move upon producing a bullish reversal candle at a key Fibonacci level. The H1 chart produces an H1 bullish engulfing candle earlier, but the price does not head towards the North. It takes time then produces another bullish reversal candle. It then heads towards the North with good bullish momentum. We try to find out why it does not make a bullish move at the first attempt but makes it at the second.

It Often Makes You Wait Longer Than You Want

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a daily-H4 chart combination entry. The daily char produces a bearish engulfing candle at a significant level of resistance. It makes the daily-H4 chart combination traders flip over to the H4 chart to look for a potential entry. The H4 chart shows that the chart creates a double top. Simply, an ideal combination for the traders to go short on that chart. However, things do not go as smoothly as traders expect it to go in the Forex market. Let us find out what happens.

Forex Indicator Testing Tips & Shortcuts

By now you all know that Forex trading with indicators is by far the superior way of trading. Forex is not the stock market...

A Fundamental Analysis Twist for the Technical Trader

Fundamental analysis mostly encapsulates social, economic, and political analyses of the forex market and in what ways they may affect currency pairs. It is...

Why Trend Lines Are Not Trendy for Swing Traders

Twitter accounts and websites offering educational material on trading currencies appear to have little awareness about the role they play in traders’ development. While...

Even a Fragile Breakout Makes the Price Move

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a chart producing a double top and offering entry. The breakout does not look that promising though. However, the price heads towards the breakout direction and makes a long bearish move. Let us get started.

To Hold It or Not?

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an H4 chart offering entry after consolidation. The price does not head towards the breakout direction after triggering the entry as expected. It is Friday and the market is going to close. The question is whether we hold the position during the weekend or close the position. Let us find this out.

Fibonacci Levels: How Much Does 50% Level Influence the Market?

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a chart, in which the price makes a reversal from 50% Fibonacci level. We know if the price makes a reversal from 61.8%, it usually goes up to 161.8%; if it makes a reversal from 38.2%, it goes up to 138.2%. In both cases, traders get good risk-reward. Do you ever wonder what happens if the price makes a reversal from 50%? Let us find this out through an example.

Price Action Trading: Factors that you should Remember

In today's lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a chart offering an entry upon producing a bullish reversal candle followed by a breakout. The chart produces a bullish reversal candle earlier too, but that did not make the price move towards the North. We'll try to find out why it does not head towards the North at its first attempt. Let us get started.

Tweezer Top/Tweezer Bottom and Fibonacci Levels

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a Tweezer Top forming at a significant Fibonacci level. We’ll find out the impact of a tweezer top in the chart. Let us get started.

Reversal Breakouts Offer a Lot

The trend is traders’ friend. Breakout is traders’ best friend. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an H1 breakout, which makes a reversal even in the daily chart. Thus, the price heads towards the breakout direction with good momentum ending up offering an excellent reward. Let us get started.

H1-15M Combination Trading: Consolidation Level May Vary

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an H1-15 chart combination trading. The price makes a strong bearish move in the daily chart. Then, it is trapped within two horizontal levels. Next, it makes a bullish breakout and ends up offering an excellent entry. Let us get started.

If Double Bottom/Top Does Not Offer Entry, Wait for Triple Bottom/Top

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of double bottom support, which does not end up producing entry. However, the price comes back to the level of support again, and upon producing a triple bottom, support offers a beautiful trade setup. Let us get started.

Do Not Abandon a Chart with Choppy Price Action

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a chart where the price gets caught within two horizontal levels and makes a bullish breakout. We try to find out what it has to offer and how the price action goes. Let us get started.

Double Top or Double Bottom Often Offers More

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a chart offering multiple entries upon producing the double bottom. We know the double bottom is one of the strongest bullish reversal patterns. When a chart produces a double bottom, price action traders keep their eyes on the chart to keep going long. Usually, a double top or a double bottom ends up offering multiple entries. Let us now have a look at today’s example of how it offers us multiple entries.

DAX Remains Bullish

The German index DAX 30 advances in an upward Elliott wave sequence that suggests more upsides in the following trading sessions.

How Market Tests You and What You May Learn from It

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a daily-H4 chart combination trading, which has a good lesson to give us. Usually, daily-H4 combination traders look for a strong reversal candle in the daily chart. Then, they flip over to the H4 chart to trigger entry upon consolidation and a signal candle. We get all these in our today’s example, but the price acts a bit differently after triggering the entry. Let us proceed to find out what happens there.

Evaluate Whether the Chart Belongs to Your Strategy or Not?

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an H1 chart, where the price makes a bearish breakout and produces a bearish reversal candle upon making a bullish correction. However, things do not go as the sellers would like. Let us find out what happens and what the reason may imply.

The H1-15M Charts Combination Trading: Watch Out for Signal Candle’s Attributes

Reversal candle’s attributes play a significant role in driving the price towards the trend. An Inside Bar is considered to be the weakest reversal candlestick. However, in combination trading, even an Inside Bar may create good momentum as a reversal candle. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of that.

One Minute Down, Next Minute Up

The Double Bottom is one of the strongest bullish reversal patterns. When the price gets its second bounce at the same level and makes a breakout at the last swing high, the pattern it produces is called the double bottom. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a double bottom in the H1 chart. At the end of the wave, an interesting thing happens. Let us proceed and find out how the double bottom offers entry and what that interesting thing is.

Head and Shoulders Often Comes with a Different Look

The Head and Shoulders formation is one of the most traded patterns in the financial market. It offers an excellent risk-reward, thus it is very fruitful if we understand and get well acquainted with it. A typical Head and Shoulders pattern that we usually see in the trading lesson is very easy to be spotted out. However, the financial market makes a lot of adjustments. Thus, the traders need to make some adjustments as well. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a Head and Shoulder pattern, which is a bit different in its looks.

Traders are to be Artists

In today's lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of the daily-H4 chart combination trading. The H4 chart offers a long entry. The chart's breakout and level of support are to be spotted with some calculation. We try to learn those from today's lesson.

Make Full Use of a Strong Reversal Candle

An engulfing candle makes a strong statement about the price reversal. The longer the body, the stronger the statement is. In today’s article, we are going to demonstrate an example of the daily-H4 chart combination trading, where the daily chart produces a bearish engulfing candle with a long bearish body. We find out what it has to offer to the sellers in the end.

H1-15M Chart Combination Trading: Mind the Weekend

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of H1-15M chart combination trading. Usually, the H1-15M chart combination trading offers 1:2 risk-reward. However, in this example, the buyers may need to come out with their profit with 1:1 risk-reward. We find out why they shall do that so.

Chart Combination Trading: Even an Inside Bar Has a Lot to...

An Inside Bar is considered the weakest reversal candle as far as candlestick trading is concerned. However, in today’s article, we find out the significance of a daily Inside Bar in the daily-H4 chart combination trading. Let us get started.

Mark Significant Levels and Watch out Price Action around Them

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of the H4-H1 chart combination trading where the breakout takes place, but the traders have to be sensible to spot out the breakout. Let us get started.

It is Not Always the Level, It is about the Zone

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a chart where the price makes a strong move from the 61.8% Fibonacci level. However, in this example, things are slightly different. We know the world is not perfect; neither is the Forex market. Today’s lesson is going to show that. Let us get started.

The Trend in a Bigger Frame is Traders’ True Friend

There is a saying in financial trading "Trend is traders' friend." Without any doubt, this is true. In a chart combination trading, a bigger timeframe's trend plays an important role and helps traders a lot to go with an entry in its counterpart. Let us have a look through an example of how it works.

When the Same Chart Offers a Better Trade Setup

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an H4 chart offering two entries. The first one does not create enough bullish momentum right after the breakout, but the second one does. Let us now get started.

EURAUD Reveals Strength Signals (UPDATE)

In our previous market analysis corresponding to EURAUD cross (read here,) we commented that the price action revealed potential raises, supported by the price action and confirmed by the RSI oscillator.

Some to Take and Some to Skip

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an H4 chart, which seems to be offering several entries. However, a trader has to be very calculative before taking an entry. Some entries are there to be taken, and some are there not to be taken. We would try to find out why we shall skip taking some entries. Let us get started.

Advanced Level Elliott Wave Analysis Guide

We have ended the section that covers the Advanced Level of the Elliott Wave Analysis based on the work developed by Glenn Neely, "Mastering Elliott Wave." These concepts are described and includes the following aspects:

Significance of Having the Belief in Your Analysis

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of H1-15 combination trading. The price trends from the level of 61.8%. Usually, when the price trends from the level of 61.8%, it does not take that long to make a breakout. However, in this example, we will demonstrate that it may sometimes take longer than our expectations. Let us get started.

H1-15M Combination Strategy: Entry upon Consolidation and Fibo Targets

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of the H1 -15M combination trading strategy offering entry upon consolidation. We are going to integrate Fibonacci levels to see how far the price moves. This would give us an idea of how effective Fibonacci levels are to determine the stop loss and take profit level. Let us get started.

The Daily-H4 Combination Trading: Do Not Only Look for Reversal Candle

The daily–H4 combination traders are to wait for the daily chart to produce a reversal candle first to look for entry. Once the chart produces a daily reversal candle, traders are to flip over to the H4 chart; wait for consolidation and an H4 reversal candle to trigger an entry. We must not forget that if the daily chart is trending, the daily-H4 combination trading strategy may offer entry as well. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of that.

The H1-15M Combination Trading: Waiting for an H1 Reversal Candle Ensures...

The H1 reversal candle plays a significant part in the H1-15M chart combination trading. If the traders wait to get an H1 reversal candle, by using candle’s lower low/higher high, they get a better risk-reward. In a bearish market, a trader needs to wait for an H1 bearish reversal candle after the breakout. In a bullish market, he needs to do the opposite. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a bullish market where the H1-15M chart combination offers an entry upon producing an H1 bullish reversal candle. Let us get started.

The Levels You Need to Pay Extra Attention

Support and Resistance are the two key factors of Forex trading. The good thing is in most cases time these levels can be guessed...

The H4-Daily Combination Strategy: Do not Get Carried Away

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an H4-daily chart combination trading. The lesson has an important message to remember...