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Hi pip makers, we all know there are three type of analysis in trading. I know you guys well aware of these three things but I have to go through once again so please bear with me till the point of my new and sweet points.
  • Technical analysis
  • Fundamental analysis
  • Sentimental analysis
Technical analysis is studying statistics and patterns generated by market activity in the past prices and volume.
Fundamental analysis is studying everything from the overall economy and industry conditions to the financial condition and management of companies (Assume one country as one company).
Sentiment analysis is a type of forex analysis that focuses on identifying and measuring the overall psychological state of all participants in the market.
Nowadays we combine all then to do trading. But the trading community didn't accept technical analysis as a viable tool for making money until the late 1970s or early 1980s. But according to me I can trade and make good profit with the help of technical analysis without analyzing fundamental and sentimental because technical will show the effect of fundamental in the means of price movement and volume but we need to closely look in to it to identity t…
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kish 3 Maj


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KalenS 12 Maj

Ок молодец

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Aaamira 18 Maj

very nice article!

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pramuk 19 Maj

Absolutely amazing!

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Good article

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Cet article se propose de soumettre à votre avis une stratégie de divergence basée sur les chandeliers japonais et l'indicateur de RSI.

Il existe sur le net bon nombre de stratégies de divergence entre le prix d'un actif et un indicateur en particulier. Ces stratégies ouvrent des positions quand la direction des prix, c'est-à-dire la pente, et la direction de l'indicateur divergent. Autrement dit, quand les deux valeurs ont des pentes opposées au sens mathématique; quand l'une est positive, l'autre est négative et vice versa. L'idée centrale est que lorsque une telle divergence se produit alors la probabilité que les prix changent de direction est forte.

La stratégie se base sur la représentation des prix en chandeliers japonais et deux indicateurs; une moyenne mobile simple à 7 périodes et l'indicateur de RSI à 14 périodes. Le signal est donné par des figures en chandeliers japonais soumis à un filtre; le RSI. La moyenne mobile quant à elle va lisser les cours et permettre ainsi de déterminer précisément la pente des cours en vue d'une éventuelle automatisation de la tâche. La stratégie s'applique à n'importe quelle unité de temps, les te…
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Natalia_Kisenko avatar

nice article!  simple, but effective strategy

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zarina 12 Luty

great and interesting

Alexander22 avatar

простая и эффективная стратегия

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Olkiss70 21 Luty

I traded using rsi several years ago..  good strategy!

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SofiaM 13 Mar

great job!)

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Most of the traders have traded Pin bars at some point, or at least learned about them in past, but it is still grey area for many traders. Well It shouldn't be. Pin bars should be included in any traders system or at least some part of it as they are great trading tool. I love trading Pin bars - they are easy to spot and most importantly very profitable.
I assume that the reader has some basic understanding of Japanese candlesticks as I will not re-visit the basic definition of candlesticks. I will just show how I trade Pin bars what process I use to identify them easily. For the purpose of clarity this is the definitions I use:
  • Most important of all - don't look for pin bars - pin bars are easy to spot - the will jump out of the chart like a sore thumb. If you have to think about it - “Is it a pin bar or not?” - most likely its not a pin bar.
  • Pin bars are Reversal patterns - that means there must be a trend before them - even if it is for short period of time
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1.0 Introduction
Bolling Bands are technical trading tool that was invented by John Bollinger in the early 1980s. The main usage of Bollinger Bands is precisely explaining the meaning of the high and low. Defining the prices during the upper bands at a higher rate and low bands at the low ban might help in reaching the methodical interchange choices.His bands explain higher and lower band of the market in relation with values. When trying to interpret the cost of actions, this is very useful. Degree of the alliance, deciding about the objectives for a certain trade, getting into a position to buy and sell the sighs for the currency pair and ability to get a trend streak are some of the key elements of Bollinger Bands.
The Moving Averages that are being used in analyzing the equity trade have the same purpose as the Bollinger Bands. Three lines of moving averages are existent; higher band, lower and the middle. The middle one serves as the starting point of high and low bands. The line that determines volatility is actually the difference of the upper and the lower band with the inner line.
Dukascopy published few articles about Boolinger Bands strategies in the past. I suggest to …
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rasadForex avatar

Nice strategy, as I see.  I always use ATR and Band together.

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alexanfx 30 Gru

Naked charts for me are the best. Price action is the most important indicator and I dont use BB. Article is good.

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For me BB are BS and based on past action. Well done on coming out of nowhere  to hit top spot ( wink,wink,Nudge,nudge ) .

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alifari 30 Gru

Nice article, well done

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eliotlow 31 Gru

Like when I see strategy when I can buy or sell afther pullback and follow trend.

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This is a follow up on last month’s article “Elliot Wave on EUR/AUD”. I think that it is wise to read them both in order to understand this month’s article better. The idea behind this article is to show how more than one tool or indicator can play together, and give one more confidence before reaching a conclusion, about the markets. Later in this article there will be examples of, ways to combine “Elliott wave” and “Japanese Candlesticks”. This article will not go in details with “Japanese candle sticks” or “Elliott Wave”, and this is because there are tons of free materials out there if you wish to study about these subjects. This article is mostly about combining a few tools to get a better analysis. In This case “Elliot Wave” and “Japanese Candlesticks”.On the monthly chart below is a “Dark cloud cover”, at the highlighted blue area. Since this pattern appeared at a support level from back in late April, it might be considerable to cover longs for a bit at least. Notice also that the move from back in May started with a “Piercing Line” pattern which is the direct opposite of a “Dark cloud cover” pattern (Look at the illustrations at the end of this article).Below is a weekly c…
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Delossan avatar

Thank you Efegen! Yes, I usually, with other indicators and tools as Japanese Candels, MACD and William% R.

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"I don’t believe that any theory or indicator is 100% right when it comes to trading in real life. I think that combining a few tools gives better results at the end of the day" that's great

This conclusion is very important and needs years of experience to understand , thank you Delossan , I am very supportive for you +++

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drishti 8 Kwi

Candlestick patterns are really good , and I found effective with great risk and reward ratio trade. Nice article. +1

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scramble 24 Kwi

i'm for the candlestick patterns, but in large time frames h4 and above! nice article!

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I've never really gotten into Elliott Waves, but for some people they seem to work very well :)however, the lesson of this article is to use and combine trading tools that improve our odds of being profitable :)

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In this article I would like to introduce you some of the most effective japanese cadlestick patterns which I trade successfully on live account. Purpose of such article is to present you very powerful and easy techniques for earning green pips without caring much about difficult strategies with many indicators, as often presented among traders. As I often say: "Less is more". I will show, that it isn't only plain, vague phrase behind such words. Also, my article wouldn't be complete without brief introduction to japanese candlestick basics. Let's start!  Japanese candlestick charting technique was originally developed in "medieval" Japan by traders with rice, who used this tool to predict the future price of this commodity on rice market. That days rice was traded on specialized places for it, such as the Dojima Rice Exchange in Osaka. In such places in fact became history of modern future contracts trading, but that is another part of a story. Construction of candlesticks:Candlestick line consists of a thick part which is called "real body" and thin lines above and below real body which are called "shadows". They can be "upper shadow" and "lower shadow".The real body is a range b…
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main problem i find with candlesticks is this: you see a kind of reversal candle shape and pattern, in perfect suppl / dem area, in overall perfect conditions around. strong reversal candle (or continuation..) you wait candle closes, wait a bit "retrace" and entry: it's in that exact second you discover that price completely reversed at the 00:01 second of the new candle after the trigger one, and reverses for 20-30-50 pips against you.
happened too many times to let me believe again on it.
just my experience :-)

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alifari 18 Maj

In my opinion, candle stick pattern are more reliable on higher time frame viz. 4 hour, daily and weekly +1

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andrew_d 22 Maj

scramble: Yeah, u simply have to count with that in your trading plan. such reverses will always happen and we can't do much with that. Very rarely u can catch a big move in your direction without prior move in opposite way. They are meant to get rid of weak players in the market or it can be so called stop-hunting.

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andrew_d 22 Maj

alifari: Yeah I think the same. Nevertheless, if your determined direction on smaller TF matches the trend on higher TF, such candles are reliable more often. And vice versa.

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positive 27 Maj

Candlestick patterns are the core of my price action trading. Hence whenever you write on this, it will intesrest me. want to see more form your side. +1

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Hi guys,
This article is written for new traders to get started, from
deciding how to enter, to the exit of a trade and most importantly, managing a
trade. Instead of focusing a lot on technical indicators, I would like to share
on the use of simple candlesticks charts (you may set candlesticks as a chart
setting. In my personal view, simple things work best.
Determine your Entry
1.       Using candlesticks pattern
Bullish sign – To Buy or Long
Bearish sign – To Sell or Short
2.       Price concept
Fundamental concept, a trend can
never start nor continue if prices doesn’t go higher high, or lower low.
Buy or long when prices goes
higher, sell or short when it goes lower.
3.       Combining Candlesticks pattern and Price
Buy on 1 pip higher, sell 1 pip lower
(this is for intraday charts, if you are using a daily chart, you may want to use
wider pips). I will be using 1 chart as an example all the way from the entry of
a trade till the exit.
Position your Exit
Move Stop-loss to breakeven level once price
moves in your favor
Tightened Stop-loss price to the new price
whenever a new high / low is form
New reversal candlestick pat…
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MrSami 4 Kwi

Nice approach for starters. In my opinion, samples may be increased in a detailed article. Such as, giving some bars you may ask for estimates for next move, and trade plans. Later, you can show what happened in real...
Good luck

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Greetings to all and
success in trade.
This is my first article and I hope it is interesting to you.There are various
methods of graphic representation of price movements of financial instruments,
mainly can be divided into 2 groups:
1. By time - the graph shows the
price movement for a period of time
2. By price - the graph shows the price movement in a specified range
regardless of elapsed time.
JForex platform enables us to
graphically depict the movement of prices in both ways.
To the first group are Line, Bar and Candle, which are the three most popular
method of displaying
The second group JForex platform offers us the opportunity to depict the price
movement of an instrument regardless of the time, but only within a given
range. Such graphs are Range Bar, Renko, Point and Figure (P & F).
There are other ways of representation of price movement like Kagi Chart,
Market Profile, Heikin Ashi and others.
But why most of the
indicators are presented as straight lines?
Anyway, they are the result of
price movements.
But what we know about the most
popular way to display the chart candles?
It reflects the price movement over a period of time by 4 different prices,
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NagarajaAdiga avatar

looks interesting! have you drawn this on mt4? then what custom indicator do you use?

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marius24 22 Mar

unique your analysis..very good my friend

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Great indicator and view. congradulation. I am looking forward for second part dear friend.

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Hi traders, I would like to introduce you my trading system which I am trading on daily basis, everything described here is on LIVE trading account and most trades shown here I took - either with profit or lost. I am not native english speaker so be patient with my easy language.Let's start!I have been live trading for nearly 5 years, sometimes trading solely made my living, sometimes not. In the beginning I did all classical mistakes of newbie traders - overtrading, using way too much indicators, doing way too much everything, focusing on news, watching charts all day long (Which actually is among the most important skills u will need in profitable trading. I mean, to develop some sense for charts, price action, what is market doing, what are buyers and sellers doing, but does not necesarilly mean that u will have to sit 10 hours a day by computer). As I developed my trading skills, I understood the importance of understanding price action and more, importance of proper money management and discipline. Trading as I do it now is very simple, lacks indicators, u do not even have to watch news (maybe except those with biggest impact as is NFP).Using candlestick reversals…
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Nicco 8 Mar

I'll try your statement ! +1

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SHARKY12 10 Mar

thank you for sharing your stratgie

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andrew_d 13 Mar

thank you for comments, feel free to ask me about details of strategy

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interesting, thanks for sharing your know-how.

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marius24 22 Mar

this part i like the most..good analysis

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