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Forex Strategy from Angel Kolev
March 22, 2022

The trading during the differ parts of the year could be much differ. If you trade by one way in August, you have to change that way in September. We will show in our lessons how to trade during the year.

Many traders do not want to trade in August, because then is very difficult to trade. Then in August as a holiday month in the north Globe the top dealers and many of the top dealers in the banks have a rest. They do not trade then and on the market have little volumes and strange movements not combine with the picture by the technical indicators.

There are couple of ways to trade during the year.

  • Strategy 1: Using the trend
  • Strategy 2: Using MACD trend
  • Strategy 3: Using MACD signals
  • Strategy 4: Using Stochastic indicator only
  • Strategy 5: Using Stochastic indicator and MACD
  • Strategy 6: Using Fibonacci levels
  • Strategy 7: Using the chart figures

Strategy 1: Using the trend

The trading using the trend is the simple trading way. “The trend is your friend” are told many dealers. What the trend mean? The trend is the direction where the trading with some currency pair will go on.

You simple are watching where is the direction and buy or sell where the trading goes on. But it is not so simple. You have to have sure proofs that the trading is go with the trend and for the future.

The market has to be moving on with some news, some basic news which is made the trend trading. It could be economic indicator announced in short time before, some major event happen worldwide or some speech of some main people like finance minister, some chief of ECB, Fed Reserve or other.

But also the trend trading could be cause and by some rumors appeared among the traders. You has to be sure that the market is moving by some event, event that is caused the trend on the market. Without event sudden trend is not a guaranty for continues such trend.

You could catch up the trend and when come in positions to turn the trend or to finish with the trend. Then to define well if it is trend is better to use the technical indicators. There are many indicators, as if you follow each of them you will confuse totally.

So it is use only few technical indicators, which make sure trading. One of the indicators has just showed the trend. This is ADX technical indicator. It is one of not much using and not so good indicator. The indicator consists of three lines. You can see the details for the indicator in the previous lessons. The ADX line shows how strength is the trend.

How the ADX line is upward and continue to be upward it mean that we have a trend at the moment. In the chart below is shown how to define the trend using ADX technical indicator. But ADX indicator as all is not so useful and you could not define well the trend using ADX.

To recognize when the market trading using the trend is better to use MACD. MACD is the indicator using in all trading ways and without MACD is a trading like the driving in the thick fog.

ADX trend

It is almost not possible to define the trend without to draw over the chart. It is taken the trend line and chart to define if have some trend. On the chart below is shown how the trend line defines the levels within the trend. So any significant movement out of the trend lines mean end of this trend.

To use this trend and to guaranty enough movement when you entry the market is better to use this trend for bigger chart period more than 1-hour. For the long traders it is better to use charts more than 4-hours. But it is possible to use and for shot periods too, as on the chart below. With 1 on the chart below is showing the start of the trend and with 2 is show when the trend is over. But to appoint it better is necessary to use an MACD indicator, which in the next trading way we use it.

The using of the trend with ADX and chart analysis

Strategy 2: Using MACD trend

This trading is one of the most difficult to define. But this trading is also starting by some major event like economic data public before with significant difference by the expectations, speeches or rumors on the bourse.

First of all using MACD to define if it is trading with the trend is to use MACD for long time period charts. Suitable for the trend recognize trading is for charts more than 1-hour.

Usually it is using 1-hour charts, 4-hours charts, 6-hour charts and 1-day charts. For 1-day charts it is good to use for long traders, who trade positions for more than one week, usually from 2 weeks to 3-4 months.

Such trading for long traders is needed to use less margin than the standard using by most trading companies of 1:100. It is better to use margin like 1:10 – 1:25 and to use stop losses more than 250 pips.

For the short traders prefer daily traders is better to use 1-hour chart trend and they could use margin to 1:100 maximum with stop losses about 40 – 80 pips. When is define the MACD trend is better to use the maximum fast of the trend. It means if the MACD chart fast move upward or downward we have sure signs for good trend. The slowly and slanting movement of MACD did not mean trend.

It means that at any moment the movement in the current direction could stop and to start movement in the other direction or that with the current trend is over. On the 1 day chart below using MACD is shown how strong is the trend and are shown two moments (1,2 - Entry 1, Entry 2)where are define good entry levels for a sure trend continue further. The Exit is recognized on the MACD indicators as 3.

Two difference entry levels using MACD indicator and MACD trend

Strategy 3: Using MACD signals

This way of trading is one of the best and most successive trading ways. MACD is such indicator who uses more than 75 % of the traders. MACD give excellent signals when the both MACD line crosses that every trader make action on the market by the crossing.

The upward crossing above the zero line generates a sell signal. The power of the signal means by the level at which MACD cross.

The signal could cross at level of MACD at 0.0001 and it could be at levels above 0.02. So for better explaining of the markets movements are better to use MACD at level above 0.0005.

When MACD lines are crossing between below zero line it is a buy signal. The power of the signal also means by the level, which the lines cross. It also could be told that the power of the signal is so much power than the line crosses how far is possible by the zero line.

Also for generating of buy signal is better to use MACD cross at levels lower than  0.0005.

Some traders use the crossing of the zero line as signal. This case is possible to use when the trading is in short range and the MACD is within the zone of –0.0005 and +0.0005. At this crossing have extra stimulus to continue the trading in the trend starting by the last crossing of both MACD lines.

One of the most successive scenarios to have sure positions using MACD indicator is to entry the market when the crossing is after smooth moving of the main MACD EMA. Then after smooth moving and making smooth top of MACD EMA the crossing SMA line is with downward or in horizontal movement and is seeing the turning start for sell and when SMA crossing below zero MACD line have upward start or horizontal starting upward movement.

But to see what will happen further is better to use longer charts. For example if you trade at 15 minutes charts is better to check what will happen after the crossing of MACD lines using 30 minutes or 1-hour chart with MACD.

On the chart below the MACD show one moment to sell with 1 when MACD lines crosses and with 2 the exit moment.

In this trading using only one chart for example the 5-minutes chart is better to protect stop losses with average 25/35 pips and to expect 25/40 pips profit. How the chart period is higher so bigger profits could expects.

For 1-hour chart is better to use stop losses at 30/40 pips and take profit average of 60 to180 pips.

The Standard entry and exit moments using MACD

Strategy 4: Using Stochastic indicator only

The second big part of the traders use Stochastic indicator only for the trading. The indicator has appointed levels from 0 to 100. The indicators both line the clear line and the dash line when crosses between at levels below 25 and level higher than 75 they generate signal.

The buy signal come when the main stochastic oscillator line and the dash line crosses at level below 25. The sell signals come when the lines cross over 75.

Not any cross but generate signal. The clear signal come when the lines and especially the %K line is smooth. When the line %K is at waves with not regular form it means than the trading level is moving faster and is not appropriate to entry the market.

This is very important! When the %K line makes waves it is sure sign that the crossing of the lines DO NOT generate signal (1 on the figure). This is sign for continued trend in the same direction and the signal will come only when the line stay smooth. At (2 on the figure) is generating signal, as then the chart is smooth and supported by MACD.

See the example below on the chart.

The Standard entry and exit moments using MACD

With stochastic oscillator is one very good indicator for the help to determine exact the market changing trends. Sometime the trading could be based over this indicator almost all the time. In June and July 2003 the trading were based over stochastic oscillator. With stochastic is possible to make very good profit.

One of the main elements where the traders could find that the trend of MACD signal is over is to see Stochastic Oscillator.

The standard Stochastic signal in on the chart below. There the lines are smooth and the signals are clear and sure.

With 1 on the chart below is show the smooth Stochastic Oscillator crossing of the lines giving a sure buy signal.

Sure Buy signal by smooth Stochastic

One of the surer signal using stochastic oscillators comes when is forming double top or double bottom with divergence.

If you are not bought or sold at the first crossing of the both lines at levels below 25 and over 75 and latter became second top which is with less power like on the chart below it is sure signal for big movement.

The figure below with 1 is shown the positive divergence where is sure buy signal.

Stochastic Oscillator positive divergence

With 2 on the chart below is shown the sell signal generate by negative divergence.

Stochastic Oscillator negative divergence

Strategy 5: Using Stochastic indicator and MACD

The using of both technical indicators is the key to the success. Over 90% of the traders use at least one of both indicators. Using and both indicators together thekey for the success is open.

Both indicator together could show with the highest precise the movement on the market. The indicators together make the trading much easy and with detail analyses every trader could explain the short movements on the chart.

The 90% of the traders use at least one of both indicator, also about 90% of the traders use technical indicators to make the trading on the forex market. One key advice to every trader starting on the forex market is to not go to trade without to watching at least one of both indicators!

What just could make more on the market using both indicators together?

First of all both indicators in combination will show where the starting trend
forming by MACD crossing of both lines finish. On the chart below is show where
Stochastic oscillator show the end of MACD starting trend. There all is finished and is
better to close the open positions if is using MACD analyses only. But if is using
MACD and stochastic analyses together such entry could not make. See on the chart
at 1 is giving the signal to buy using MACD, but stochastic oscillator latter show sell
and 2, so it is a sign for exit analyzing the second help indicator. If you use MACD
the exit level will be at 3, as that will make some losses if you wait to see MACD exit

Entry using MACD and exit using stochastic oscillator

Using MACD and stochastic oscillator is possible to make especially using stochastic many trading for 15 minutes chart it is possible to make at least 25 trading for 24 hours.

But it is not successive, the success come by the big trends and by longer chart analyses.

The best way to make this trading using MACD and Stochastic is to make the follow. It is necessary expect such levels of both indicators, where are showing movements in one direction.

There for very short time is receiving strong movement on the market and movement are much more sure than the moving using by only one indicator.

Strategy 6: Using Fibonacci levels

Many Traders use Fibonacci to determine where are the support and resistance levels.

Fibonacci mathematic calculations are one of the most power mathematic analyses on the forex charts where the traders could appoint with big accuracy the support and resistance levels.

The using of Fibonacci is simple and is necessary to find a good top and bottom on the chart to place Fibonacci levels between. The levels between the top 100% and the bottom 0 % are the zones where is expecting the trading to meet resistance. The levels are the follow:

- Level 1 – 23.6%
- Level 2 – 38.2%
- Level 3 – 50.0%
- Level 4 – 61.8%
- Level 5 – 100.0%

The Fibonacci levels also include resistance and above 100% and the levels are:

- Level 6 - 161.8%
- Level 7 – 261.8%
- Level 8 - 423.6%

The levels 6,7,8 are not using much by the traders and there is expecting minor resistance.

The using of Fibonacci is better to be using for bigger charts 1-hour, 4-hours, 6-hours 1-day charts. It is appropriate to use and for little periods, as few days but the top and bottom have to be very good determined.

By the same way is using to determine the support levels, as instead to using top and bottom is using bottom and top. The procedure is the follow:

It is take good determine bottom and top. Place Fibonacci between the bottom and top. The first supports come again at 23.6% followed by 38.2% and so on.

The key element for Fibonacci and to be sure in the using of Fibonacci when two Fibonacci levels by two difference top and bottoms (bottom and tops) will have same levels of resistance (support).

The levels could not be the same but the lines have to show the same currency levels. For example resistance for longer period Fibonacci level of 38.2% comes for EUR/USD 1.1525.

For short period 61.8% Fibonacci resistance is also at 1.1525. It means that the levels are good determined and the power of the resistance will be stronger.

At the levels of 23.6% to 100.00% if have not exact and view support (resistance) then the levels of Fibonacci are not using.

They are false and is better to not use Fibonacci for the moment or to find new other two top and bottoms where placing the Fibonacci levels on the chart will determine easy that the normal moving trend on the market is broken and the trading event is pushing away by the levels.

As one of the key levels for the market charts is possible to determine as levels 61.8%, 100.0%, 0% and 38.2%. These levels are the strongest but are better to consider for stronger the combination of two Fibonacci levels determine by difference top and bottoms (bottoms and tops).

On the chart below is showing how to determine the Fibonacci levels using top and bottom. There is seeing easy that the levels 38.2% make support. The support at 23.6 % with sign 1 is overtaken fast, but at 2 the support at 38.2% is sure and the trading do not overtaken that support. For the chart the Top to the Bottom places using Fibonacci.

Strategy 7: Using the chart figures

The charts and the figures on the charts talk to the traders much more than any technical indicator. Double top, head and shoulders, waves and much more are one of the best signals for the market traders.

On the figures below are show the main and most important figures that are surer to make winning strategy on the market.

1. The Backtrack – After every big moving in one direction follow backtrack. The market up or down usually retrace a significant portion of the previous trend. That correction is measure in percentages. The most common is fifty percent retracement of the previous trend. Maximum the retracement is two thirds and minimal one third.

2. The Trend Line – Draw always trend line. It is simple and effective way to catch up the market movement. It is using the trend lines placing between two upward or downward tops. If the trading brake the trend line it is expect to start new trend. Otherwise trade in the trend line. With 2 on the chart is shown the end of the trend line.

3. Calming waves. This element on the chart is possible to find after strong movement after that follow the calming waves and in one moment the waves stay with too short range. Any movement out of the drawing lines follow new strong movement in one or another direction. On the chart below there two buy signals the first come when the market touch the trend line and the second when the market trading broken the trend line.

4. Head and Shoulder. On the charts is possible to see one big top (or bottom) with little top (or bottom) next. The second top (or bottom) is s signal for movements in downward direction (upward direction). On the chart with 1 is show the first big topand 2 are the second top the shoulder. Second top is a sign for downward movement and the key sell level come when is broken the key support line.

The chart figures trading is one of the surest trading way and most successive. To be using right it is necessary to use for bigger chart periods. The figures but come rarely on the charts and is necessary to be patient when recognize the figure on the chart.

Forex Candlesticks Basics
February 19, 2022

One of the techniques you can apply in order to analyze market prices and signals is through the implementation of candlesticks. These represent a charting technique developed and widely used in Japan.

Their major purpose was the prediction the prices of rice, which constituted one of the first futures market in the world. Even though candlesticks were used for many years in Japan, its advantages have been recognized in Europe and the US in recent years.

Candlesticks are widely used in the forex market. Thus, if you want to increase your chances for success on this market you should be well aware of candlestick basics.

The basic components of a candlestick bar are the open, high, low and close of a currency pair. Being similar to a bar chart, it includes a colored rectangular portion, called the body.

A thin vertical line is situated immediately above and/or below it, which is referred to as the wick or shadow.

Forex Candlestick Basics

The difference between the opening and closing price is presented by the body. The color depends on whether it is a downward or upward movement of the price. Generally, if the closing price is higher than the opening price, then the body will be colored in white.

On the other hand, if the price has closed at a lower level, then the body will be colored in black.

The high and low price extremes of the period under consideration are shown by the wicks.

Tired of Being Too Early or Late?
February 17, 2022

 So you’ve analyzed the charts and have decided that your currency pair is trading at the right location for a possible reversal – a clear level of supply or demand. The questions in the back of most traders’ minds are, “Will this level hold?

Am I too early?” This is where multiple time frame analysis can help a trader decide WHEN to trade. The way I look at the charts is: My larger time frame tells me WHERE to enter, and my smaller time frame tells me WHEN to enter.

A very common problem with new traders is buying or selling too late, or waiting for too much confirmation. By the time the moving average has turned, for example, and the trader buys, the move has already started and your stop loss may be dozens of pips further out than it had to be! The opposite side of buying or selling too late is trading too early.

Very often traders will try to pick bottoms or tops, yet the price continues and stops them out. A relatively simple way to fix both problems is multiple time frame analysis.

On this 4 hour EURUSD chart, the blue arrow indicates the lowest risk, highest reward entry on the long side. However, many newer traders will be unwilling to take that long trade as the market has been trending down for the past several days.

The fear in this trader’s mind is keeping him from buying, because of the simple fact that the trend may continue down and hit his stop loss. Waiting to buy on a close above the upward trending moving average will get him in, but not until 1.3875.

The experienced trader is looking to the left on the chart and defining his demand zone (which was also a supply zone previously!) from the two dramatic moves to the upside from the 1.3761 level. This trader will get in, but approximately 100 pips cheaper!

Now the question remains: How can I get a better entry yet still have confidence that I’m not too early?

Using our multiple time frame analysis, we can see on the 15 minute chart that the price action came down into our demand zone TWICE within the four hour candle. This even shows us a double bottom pattern, a very common reversal pattern. So now, waiting for the blue arrow, the trader has a higher degree of probability in their long trade. Still not enough confidence? How about the doji candle with the longer tail, giving a potential bullish reversal?

I hope that three reasons to go long at the blue arrow are enough for you! If not, then try throwing in a moving average on this smaller time frame. Waiting for the trend to start will give you more winning trades – albeit with larger stops and smaller winners.

If you waited for the close above the moving average on this chart, you would still be getting in around the 1.3790 level – 30 pips higher than the best entry, but about 85 pips better than if you only watched the 4 hour chart!

In class, we call this “timing our entry.” Buying in high quality demand zones and selling in high quality supply zones has been covered numerous times in previous Lessons from the Pros newsletters. The only potential pitfall in this technique is getting in too early.

However, with lots of screen time, you will begin to trust the levels you have identified. Using the smaller time frame chart to confirm your entry within your longer time frame supply and demand zones will lead to a higher percentage of winners, and give you more confidence in trusting your levels.

One simple way to watch these charts is to set up two time frames for the currency pair(s) you will be trading.

If you are looking at only one chart and switching back and forth between your long-term and short-term time frame charts, you will certainly miss a trade once in a while. So I do recommend having two charts of the same pair next to each other on your screen.

Provided your trading computer has the necessary screen space, why not have these two charts for every pair you trade up at the same time? Trading from a laptop would make this a bit difficult to see the price action, but if you have a larger monitor or three, this would be a very efficient technique.

Longer term position traders will often use daily and one hour charts, swing traders may use 4 hour and 15 minutes, and shorter term may even be using 1 hour and 5 minute charts.

Always keep in mind that larger time frame supply and demand zones are more important than smaller time frames, and this technique should help.

Technical Analysis Indicators
December 21, 2021

The technical analysis is the winning and best analysis on the forex market for prediction of the trading for a short time, as daily trading, trading in one week and to trading for one month period. For more than two months is a little difficult to make a clear analysis and to be successive.

The technical analysis is the best because it is possible to use for the time by 1-minute to 1-day charts and combine with the top technical indicators the data will show the best and most accurate than all other analyses. There is not a professional trader who does not use technical analysis to make forecasts and to trade. Learning the technical you are learning the main base for forex trading.

ADX Technical indicator

ADX Technical indicator

Welles Wilder develops the indicator Average Directional Index (ADX). The indicator shows the strength of the current trend. The indicator gives important

information for starting and existing trends on the market.

ADX fluctuates between 0 and 100. Readings above 60 are relatively rare. Low readings, below 20, indicate a weak trend and high readings, above 40, indicate a strong trend. The indicator does not grade the trend as bullish or bearish but merely assesses the strength of the current trend. A reading above 40 can indicate a strong downtrend as well as a strong uptrend.

ADX can also be used to identify potential changes in a market from trending to non-trending. When ADX begins to strengthen from below 20 and moves above 20, it is a sign that the trading range is ending and a trend could be developing. When ADX begins to weaken from above 40 and moves below 40, it is a sign that the current trend is losing strength.

With ADX come two other indicators call Positive Direction Indicator (+DI) and Negative Direction Indicator (-DI). When both lines cross it is a buy or sell signal. The +DI shows upward momentum, so when +DI moves from down and cross –DI and continue upward it is a buy signal. Otherwise the signal when –DI cross +DI is generating a sell signal.

MACD Technical Indicator

MACD Technical Indicator

The technical Indicator MACD is one of the simplest and most useful. Our advice does not start to trade without watching MACD.

The most popular formula for the "standard" MACD is the difference between a security's 26-day and 12-day exponential moving averages. Using shorter moving averages will produce a quicker, more responsive indicator while using longer moving averages will produce a slower indicator. The 12/26 MACD is the most important and most useful by the traders. The most useful by the traders will mean that much more traders will use the same signals, so the market will move more by the way of MACD 12/26. Everyone could adjust MACD with different series to their own specific trading needed. But is better to use 12/26.

Of the two moving averages that make up MACD, the 12-day EMA is the faster and the 26-day EMA is the slower. Closing prices are used to form the moving averages. Usually, a 9-day EMA of MACD is plotted alongside to act as a trigger line. A bullish crossover occurs when MACD moves above its 9-day EMA and a bearish crossover occurs when MACD moves below its 9-day EMA.

MACD measures the difference between two moving averages. A positive MACD indicates that the 12-day EMA is trading above the 26-day EMA. A negative MACD indicates that the 12-day EMA is trading below the 26-day EMA. If MACD is positive and rising, then the gap between the 12-day EMA and the 26-day EMA is widening. This indicates that the rate-of-change of the faster moving average is higher than the rate-of-change for the slower moving average. Positive momentum is increasing and this would be considered bullish. If MACD is negative and declining further, then the negative gap between the faster-moving average and the slower moving average is expanding. Downward momentum is accelerating and this would be considered bearish. MACD centreline crosses occur when the faster-moving average crosses the slower moving average.

A more detailed analysis of the indicator using you will receive in the “Trading strategies” chapter (LINK).

Stochastic Oscillator

Stochastic Oscillator

The Stochastic Oscillator is one of the best forex trading indicators. George Lane develops it in the late 1950s. It is a momentum indicator that shows the location of the current close relative to the high/low range for a set number of periods. The indicator range is from 0 to 100. Above 75 is a sell level and below 25 is a buy level.

The formula to calculate Stochastic Oscillator is the follow:

%K = 100 x {[Recent close – Lowest Low (n)]/[Highest High (n) – Lowest Low (n)]}
%D = 3 %k
n – number of periods used.

There are three types of the indicator: Full, Fast, and Slow. The indicator consists of two lines %K and %D. But it has to adjust the indicator with the needed to the individual traders. The best is to use %K 5, %D 3, Low/High, Delay 3 and for Method the best is Weight.

When both lines %K and %D cross between at levels below 25 it is a buy signal. The dashed line has to cross the mainline and remain below the mainline, then and the crossing has to be sure and viewable then is a buy signal. When the lines cross above 75 and the dashed line remains higher than the mainline it is a sell signal. Also could come and when the lines cross in the range 25 – 75 but then the signals are weak and the trading using these signals is weak.

The best signals come by the Stochastic Oscillator when has divergence. The divergence has to happen in the area of overbought or oversold. The indicator lines cross two times above 75 or below 25 and make two tops (two bottoms) as the second top is weaker than the first top (the second bottom is higher than the first bottom). Then the indicator shows divergence and that situation is a strong sell (buy) signal.

The most important using this indicator is to use the signals only when having on the chart smooth lines. Only then the signal is real. Otherwise, you will lose. More detail you will learn about it in Trading Strategies lessons (LINK).

RSI Technical Indicator


The RSI (Relative Strength Index) indicator gives information for the magnitude of gains and losses.

RSI is a very popular indicator and a very useful and popular momentum oscillator. The RSI compares the magnitude of the recent profit and recent loses and turns the information on a scale of 1 to 100. It is using different time periods to calculate the indicator.

The formula for RSI
RSI = 100 – (100/(1+RS))
Average Gains = (Total Gains/n)
Average Losses= (Total Losses/n)
First RS = (Average Gain/Average Loss)
Smooth RS =={[(previous average gain) x 13 + current gain] /14} / {[(previous average loss) x 13 + current loss]/14}
n – number of RSI periods

For a 14-period RSI, the Average Gain equals the sum total of all gains divided by 14. Even if there are only 4 gains (losses), the total of those 4 gains (losses) is divided by the total number of RSI periods in the calculation (14 in this case). The Average Loss is computed in a similar manner.

The RSI indicator shows also the oversold and overbought levels. The reading of the indicator above 70 means overbought and below 30 means oversold.

So if the signal falls below 70 it is a bearish signal, and above 30 it is a bullish signal.

The other key use of RSI comes when the indicators show divergence. The divergence is when we have two tops or two bottoms as the second is with less value. Then it is a strong entry signal. For example, if we have top of RSI at 82 and later on the technical chart come top at 74 and the new top could not keep and start downward it is a strong selling signal.

The center line for the RSI indicator is 50. The readings below 50 of the value of the indicator give a bearish tilt and above 50 bullish tilt.

Moving Average

Moving Average

The moving average is one of the most popular and simple indicators. By using an average of prices, moving averages smooth a data series and make it easier to spot trends.

Moving average use the average price on the forex market for an appointed period. The adjustments are simple and could be made from 1 to a few hundred. The best use of the indicator is to make two moving average indicators, the first to be for a short period of time and the second for a long period. All adjustments have to be for weight not for simple or exponential. The weight method is the best because clears the chart and have applying more weight to the recent price than to the old prices.

The traders who want to use Moving Average for daily trading are better to use about 6 and 21 for both moving average indicators on the chart. The trader’s long-term positions are better to use 60 and 200 periods.

The signals with moving average come when both lines cross for example the short period line crosses the long-period line it is a buy signal. Sell signal comes when the long period line crosses the short period line. For trading with a moving average is better to use longer stop losses than using more accurate technical indicators like MACD and Stochastic. The Moving average indicator generates and many fall signals if it is not adjusted well and if it is not watching this indicator for a different time period on the chart 5-minutes, 15-minutes, and so on.

Support / Resistance Levels

Support Resistance Levels

One of the most important tradings on the forex market is to have available with you the recent actual support/resistance levels.

These levels are such levels, where when the trading reach one of the levels will receive support or resistance to overtaken the level and could back. The traders appoint close to the support level buy orders and sell orders close to the resistance level.

The trading could break these levels, only when having significant reasons for that. The broken of one of these levels will mean that the trading could reach the next support or resistance levels.

To appoint the support/resistance levels you can use the following two main analyses. The first is to watch on the chart the recent top or bottom. Where is the last top there is the new resistance level.

At the level of the last bottom is the support level. If the trading is moving two high by the last bottom or top, then you can use the Fibonacci levels. The Fibonacci levels will give you the resistance or supports placing the Fibo between the top and bottom or between the bottom and top.

By this way Fibonacci will give the levels of 23.6 %, 38.2%, 50.0%, 61.8% and 100.0%. More details about the use of Fibonacci levels you will learn in Trading strategies lessons.

The Benefits Using Candlestick Charts
December 21, 2021

The candlesticks charts come from Japan in the seventeenth century when this method is used to analyze the prices of rich contracts.

Candlesticks chart the price fluctuations of a product. A candlestick can represent any period of time. A currency trader’s software can provide charts representing anywhere from one minute to one week per candlestick.

Candlestick charts do not involve any calculations. They simply chart price movements in a given time period. Each candlestick displays four important pieces of information, which show the price fluctuations during the time period of the candle.

In much the same way as the more widely-known bar chart, a candle gives us the opening price, the closing price, the highest price, and the lowest price of the time period. Candlesticks are easier to use because they more clearly demonstrate the relationship between the opening and closing prices.

The candlesticks display the relationship between the open, high, low, and closing prices.

The interpretation of candlestick charts is based on patterns. Currency traders use primarily the relationship of the highs and lows of the candlewicks over a given time period. However, some patterns can be identified to anticipate price movements.

There are two types of candles: the bullish pattern candle and the bearish pattern candle.

Bullish Candlestick

A white or green body displays a bullish candle pattern. It occurs when prices open near the low price and close near the period’s high price.

Bearish Candlestick

A black or red body displays the bearish candle pattern. It occurs when prices open near the high price and close near the period’s low price.

Note: Do not forget you could not be successive trade if you do not use Candlesticks charts.

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