Flag Pattern-2 Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

The Bullish Flag Pattern

Continuation signals are awesome, they indicate a strong trend is only half over. Of course, the best time to see a continuation signal like the Bullish Flag Pattern is after you’ve entered a trade but even so they can provide highly profitable entry points. This particular continuation pattern comes with three parts; a rally, a triangle and a break-out that when completed can lead to significant gains in price. Why is it called a flag pattern? This is because the pattern forms when a symmetrical triangle forms at the end of…

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timing-2 Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

Belkhayate Timing indicator

It is an oscillator that was designed by Mustapha Belkhayate to calculate the center of the market movement gravity. It helps to identify favorable areas for buying/selling (moments to enter the market) and possible reversal points. Traders often use it combined with the channel indicators (Bollinger Bands, Belkhayate Barycenter, Fractals etc). Belkhayate timing on the mobile app What to look at? This indicator has three areas. Let’s clarify what each area of the indicator demonstrates. 1) Middle area (a neutral zone): When the price is in this area, it is not…

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Clouds-2 Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

“A clearing in the clouds” pattern

Candlestick patterns are good helpers in trading. If you can read them, then you can easily predict where the price will go. You can add a couple of indicators to the chart to verify the correctness of the tips you get from candlestick patterns, just as we did in this strategy. As a result, the number of profitable trades you have will be noticeably higher! Configure the template The recommended timeframe is from 15s to 1m; Moving Average (MA) with a period of 5 and type Exponential; RSI with a…

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convergence-divergence-4 Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

Market convergence/divergence with the RSI

The RSI (Relative Strength Index) shows the strength of the trend and the probability of changes in it. You can use the RSI in any market situation: a growing trend, a falling trend, or a flat. And on the RSI you can find one of the strongest signals for correction or trend change: market convergence/divergence. Now let’s learn how to do it. Preparing the template Choose currency pairs for trading: EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD, USD/CHF, EUR/GBP. Why these? Because pairs with USD and EUR are the most popular on the market…

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EMA Trading-3 Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

EMA Trading Techniques

A moving average is a powerful technical analysis tool, and even more powerful when it is an exponential moving average. When used together, these two lines form an indicator that is beyond belief. If you still don’t use it you probably should. Getting strong signals with a simple tool   Moving averages are good at what they are doing. They plot average prices of an asset for given period of time on a chart. Moving averages can follow the trend, act as support and resistance lines, detect reversal points and…

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TS-crypto Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

Parabolic SAR : Stop and Reverse

Parabolic Stop and Reverse is a tool for active traders, intended for use by futures traders with a need to always have a position open. PSAR, parabolic stop and reverse, is one of the more esoteric indicators. It was originally intended for use in the futures market but like most good trading tools it is applicable to any form of trading with a chart of prices. The original use was for hedging positions. Some futures trading, those whose job it is to buy and sell physical commodities not just speculators,…

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wedge-3 Options (CFD/FX) indicators Options (CFD/FX) strategy 

The wedge has a very strong signal.

Remember how we told you about trading in triangles? Now we’ll talk about one of the varieties of triangles – the wedge shape. The main feature and advantage of the wedge is that it is formed faster than a regular triangle, which means you won’t have to wait as long! The wedge is a strong reversal pattern if it is in the direction of the trend. And if the wedge is in the opposite direction of the trend, this indicates a continuation of the trend, at least for the near…

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