CFD/FX Options indicators 

QStick Indicator.

Trend-following indicators are numerous, and they all do approximately the same — help you identify the trend and predict its future direction. However, all of them do it slightly differently. You could use QStick if you want an easy to follow, one-line indicator that is easy to follow and really fun to use. How does it work? The principle behind the indicator is simple. QStick is a moving average of the difference between the closing and the opening price of the asset. What you get in the end is a curve that goes…

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CFD/FX Options indicators 

Fibonacci Lines.

Fibonacci Lines are a powerful technical analysis tool that can be applied to both downward and upward trends, all assets and timeframes. The tool is represented on a price chart as a collection of horizontal lines that correspond to Fibonacci ratios of 23.6%, 38.2%, 50%, 61.8% and 100%. It is used to determine possible support and resistance levels. The tool is named after a 13th-century Italian mathematician Fibonacci and his self-named mathematical sequence. Applied correctly, it can help traders pick the right moment to enter a deal. How to Use…

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Woodies CCI indicator and Trading System.

Woodies CCI is a complex technical analysis indicator developed and introduced to the trading community by Ken Wood. What’s its most distinctive feature? Woodies CCI looks and feels more like a complete trading system rather than a standalone indicator. It can, therefore, be used on its own (unlike simpler indicators that require confirmation from other technical analysis tools). Read the full article to learn how to set up and use Woodies CCI in trading. How does it work? When we say that Woodies CCI is a trading system of its own, we…

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CFD/FX Options indicators 

Moving Averages — Responsive and Smooth Indicator

Moving averages have a reputation of an entry-level tool with limited capabilities. However, when applied correctly, they are much more complex and useful than it may seem. Today we are taking a closer look at an interesting variation of moving average that can become a valuable addition to your personal arsenal of technical analysis tools. ALMA is a relatively new indicator, that has made its first appearance as recently as 2009. It can be used for all assets and on all timeframes. It can be found in the ‘Moving Average’ tab…

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CFD/FX Options indicators CFD/FX Options strategy 

Trade With Donchian Channels

Donchian Channels are a volatility indicator that can be used both on its own and as a part of a more complex trading system. This indicator can help you determine optimal entry and exit points, as well as provide an insight into periods of high and low volatility. Donchian Channels on the IQ Option platform How do they work? Donchian Channels consist of three lines: 1) The upper one outlines the highest price observed over a set period of time and stays at the same level until a new high is met. 2)…

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Trade with McGinley Dynamic Indicator

McGinley Dynamic Indicator is a technical analysis tool that aims to solve the problem inherent in all moving averages — their reliance on fixed time periods. McGinley takes into account speed changes in the market (hence, its name). This indicator is not to be used on its own for the purposes of receiving trading signals, rather it should complement other indicators. The logic behind In order to understand why McGinley Dynamic is so special, let’s first take a look at how conventional moving averages operate. A 10-period simple moving average takes 10…

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CFD/FX Options indicators 

Trading with Vortex Indicator

The Vortex Indicator is an oscillator that is used to determine the beginning of a new trend and to confirm an ongoing trend, its direction and strength. The indicator consists of two lines that capture positive and negative trend movements: the uptrend line (VI+) and the downtrend line (VI-). The essence of the vortex pattern lays in connecting the highest and lowest points of the market’s price bars or candles. The principle behind the indicator is quite simple — the greater the distance between the low of the current bar and the high…

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