Posts tagged with "Trend Following"
Day Trading with Pullbacks – Thinking Ahead of the Crowd
May 12, 2017
One of the ways to succeed in trading is to predict the market by thinking “ahead of the crowd”. When doing this an uptrend can mean a selling opportunity. A downtrend can mean a buying opportunity.
Heikin Ashi Charts and How to Use Them
Mar 21, 2017
Heikin Ashi is most useful for visually identifying places where the market is trending. This makes them suited to scalpers, swing traders, and day traders.
Why Most Trend Line Strategies Fail
Jan 23, 2017
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.
Techniques for Trading Symmetrical Triangle Breakouts
Jan 2, 2017
Of the triangular patterns found in forex charts, the symmetrical triangle is possibly the most confusing and also the most difficult to trade. But how useful is this chart pattern in practice?
Descending Triangles and How to Trade Them
Dec 19, 2016
A descending triangle happens when a currency pair in a downtrend attempts to reverse and makes successively lower highs.
Flag Patterns and What They Mean
Dec 13, 2016
The flag pattern is closely related to the pennant. It’s a continuation pattern that tends to indicate that a trend is pausing rather than reversing.
Trading Pennant Chart Patterns
Dec 12, 2016
Pennants are usually a reliable indication that a trend is set for a new leg. In other words they serve as good continuation signals.
Ascending Triangle – Trading Bullish Breakouts
Dec 5, 2016
Ascending triangle patterns are useful for trading bullish trends, on the long side. These are good for short to medium time frames.
Simple Ways to Trade Triangle Chart Patterns
Nov 29, 2016
Triangles mark price consolidation. In this article I'll show simple methods to trade them by predicting whether a trend will continue or reverse.
Why Changing Markets are Where the Real Money is Made
Jul 19, 2016
All serious money managers know that the smart money is made not when the market is stable but when the market goes through a sudden state of change. Take for example, the end of a bull run or the imploding of an asset bubble.
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