Tags Posts tagged with "Trends"



The characteristic “pitchfork pattern” is very common in forex and in other charts. So this is a method that has great practical application.


Both rectangles and price channels appear in virtually all forex charts. Price channels can provide excellent opportunities for trend trades.


A bullish engulfing candlestick can be a useful buy signal. But in order to trade them we have to be able to recognize reliable patterns from the false ones.


Trends are all about timing. Time them right you can potentially capture a strong move in the market. Time them wrong and you’re likely to lose money.


The first step in trend trading is spotting key support and resistances. This post looks at trend trading with support, resistance and confluence lines.


Trend reversals are often led by double top or double bottom chart patterns. If the reversal fails it can lead to a double top/bottom breakout.


When a falling wedge pattern appears in a forex chart it hints at bullish sentiment. Like the rising wedge, this pattern is quite common at all time scales.


Range trades can be an effective strategy but detecting and analyzing them is a major challenge. This article describes a strategy for trading ranges using adaptive linear regression channels.


Range trading is a simply yet powerful trading technique in forex. It complements a number of other strategies such as trend following and breakout trading but many use it successfully on its own.


Stock indices can provide FX traders with clues about how to time their trade entry and exits points. Equities can identify when a currency pair is overbought or oversold.