Williams %R Indicator

Williams %R is a simple but effective momentum oscillator and was described by Larry Williams for the first time in 1973. It shows the relationship of the close relative to the high-low range over a set period of time. First Some History [...]

When Does a Wave Count Become a Trade?

A very important question you need to answer if you are going to use the Wave Principle to identify high-probability trade setups is, “When does a wave count become a trade?” To answer this question, let me draw upon the [...]

Trend Trading

One reasons I want you to study this lesson is because it is too easy to get caught up in a complex method or system. Remember, it doesn’t matter what approach you take to the market, the market can only do one of three things: Go [...]

Trend Lines

Charts reveal the actions of bulls and bears. Support in a market can be defined as the point where the market seems to halt for a time and then continue on in the original direction of the move. If each successive support area is higher [...]

Short Term Trading Techniques for the FX Market

Given my background as a scalper in the equities market for eight years I am often asked if those same techniques are applicable to the FX market. First, it is important to define how one defines scalping. First, recalling my days as [...]

Pivot Point Trading

You are going to love this lesson. Using pivot points as a trading strategy has been around for a long time and was originally used by floor traders. This was a nice simple way for floor traders to have some idea of where the market was [...]

Swing Points

Exact Swing Points -Support And Resistance Where exactly are the support and resistance points? Where exactly are the swing points on a chart? This is a particularly important lesson! Just about every system or method of trading at [...]

Pivot Point Trading

Where To Place Your Stop Many traders have a problem defining where they should place their stop loss. They have no problem entering a trade but often have a problem defining where they should take profits or cut their loses. In this lesson [...]

Stochastic Trading

History George Lane was the originator of the stochastic indicator in the 1970’s. Lane observed that as prices increase in an up trend, closing prices tend to be closer to the upper end of bars and in a down trend closing prices [...]

High Low Breakout Technique

High Low Breakout Technique This technique can be used for any market that has a decent daily range. If you look at any chart, what do you see? You should see a succession of bars that are doing one of three things. Going up Going [...]

Parabolic SAR

This Lesson Can Be Printed – See Below The Parabolic SAR (Stop And Reverse) was developed by J. Welles Wilder Jr. and is described in his book New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems. This is a time/price indicator, first introduced [...]

RVI

RVI Indicator The idea behind the Relative Vigor Index (RVI) is basic — prices tend to close higher than they open in up markets and close lower than they open in down markets. The vigor, or energy, of the move is thus established [...]

The CCI Indicator

Using The CCI Indicator With The Candlestick “Reversal Bar” Pattern In this lesson I will show you how to combine the characteristics of the CCI indicator along with the Reversal Bar candlestick to form a little trading method. I will [...]

RSI Strategy For Determining Breakouts

Price action can be classified into two general conditions – range bound and trending. A range bound market tends to remain between defined support and resistance levels and fails to trade to new highs or new lows. A trending market [...]

Relative Strength Index (RSI) Report

Relative Strength Index (RSI) by www.surefire-trading.com Ty Young Introduction Hi, this is Ty Young with Surefire-trading.com and today I will be discussing the Relative Strength Index (RSI). History J. Welles Wilder, Jr., a [...]

RSI – Relative Strength Index

History Relative Strength Index was developed by J.Welles Wilder Jr. and introduced in his book ‘New Concepts In Technical Trading Systems’. It is one of the most popular technical tools around. Relative strength Index (RSI) [...]

Rate of Change – ROC

This Lesson Can Be Printed – See Below Technical analysis tends to give a mathematical face to the emotional factors, which guide the market. But it is a difficult task to logically dissect the trading activity into a straight [...]

Range Break Out

Range Break Outs form the basis of my core trading. Generally speaking I call most consolidation patterns a range whether it is a triangle in one of its many guise’s, a head and shoulder pattern, and so on. The point is to identify [...]

How To Identify Divergence

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Parabolic Trading System

This particular technique has been around a long time and is still widely used by many analysts because of its adaptability to most markets. History The parabolic time/price system was first introduced by J. Welles Wilder Jr. in his book [...]
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