fr1 Options (CFD/FX) 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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CFD2 Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

Ehler’s Fisher Transform

The list of available indicators on the IQ Option platform is growing by day. Today we are taking a closer look at a brand-new trend-following tool that can become a valuable addition to your trading system. Ehler’s Fisher Transform, developed and introduced by J.F. Ehlers, is a popular technical analysis indicator that transforms the asset price into a Gaussian normal distribution. It may sound intimidating in the beginning but once you grasp its core concept, you will get a better understanding of how it works. Read the full article to…

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ST3 Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

Stochastic Oscillator in Trading

Stochastic can be an effective technical analysis tool but at the same time it is hard to master. Read the following article to learn more about the Stochastic and ways to improve your results. Stochastic Techniques The Stochastic Oscillator is one of the most popular tools used by traders. It is among the most versatile indicators in the technical analyst’s arsenal but comes with a warning. Don’t be fooled by it. The tool’s versatility is a two-edged sword, it will display bullish and bearish signals in either type of the…

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S-2 Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

Three Indicators That Go Together Better Than You Might Think

IQ Option trading platform has been gradually extending a variety of technical indicators for your convenience. How not to get lost in this variety and choose those instruments that beautifully complement each other without duplicating signals? In fact, a significant part of these instruments can be divided into two groups: trend indicators and oscillators. For the best combination indicators from different groups are often used. Yes, its that simple. There are also several exceptions. Among them is the Ichimoku Cloud, which can be attributed to both these groups, as well…

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momentum Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

The Momentum indicator

The Momentum is a technical analysis tool, designed with the sole purpose of identifying the trend strength, which in turn is the velocity of price changes. The Momentum is displayed as a single line and is easy to follow. The indicator is easy to get in and will suit everyone — from novice traders to hardened investors. Read the full article to learn more about the indicators and the ways to use it. How it works? This indicator will compare the current price to the price several periods ago. The bigger the…

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MACD Options (CFD/FX) indicators 

What is MACD?

As you probably already know, there is no single ‘best’ technical analysis indicator. Each of them has its time and place. However, if asked to choose their favorite tool, a lot of traders would answer “MACD”. Moving Average Convergence Divergence is a trend following indicator that is used to spot an emerging trend, whether an upward or a downward. It is by right one of the most effective and commonly used technical analysis tools ever created. In todays’ article, we will take a closer look at the indicator and learn how to apply it…

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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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