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В этой статье речь пойдет о классическом индикаторе Moving Average и нахождении областей поддержки и сопротивления при помощи него. Для определения конкретной точки входа мы рассмотрим некоторые приемы Price Action.
Индикатор Moving Average
Moving Average или Скользящая Средняя является классическим индикатором и имеется в каждом торговом терминале. Скользящая Средняя рассчитывает среднюю цену цены за определенный интервал времени. Период равен количеству дней.
Есть несколько разновидностей скользящих средних. Например, Simple, Exponential, Smoothed, Linear Weighted. Мы будем использовать Exponential MA, поскольку она дает более точную картину происходящего.
Начнем с настройки рабочего пространства. В терминале наложим на график 3 индикатора Moving Average:
  1. Moving Average (EMA) c периодом 50. Цвет синий.
  2. Moving Average (EMA) с периодом 100. Цвет зеленый.
  3. Moving Average (EMA) с периодом 200. Цвет красный
Так это должно выглядеть на графике. На рисунке мы наблюдаем отчетливое нисходящее движение. При восходящем движении все наоборот.
Сперва определим необходимый нам отрезок, где мы будем искать область входа. При нисходящем движении скользящие должны располагаться в следующ…
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TradeSem 9 Feb.

Хорошо работает также на сутках.  Сутки- зона (как в статье), Неделя- фильтр ( по машке 200), 4 часа-точка.

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Ну , с моей тс, конечно , не сравнить . Но все на уровне????

arinakryshko avatar

Трейдить на 15 минутах не так уж и плохо , а риски можно анализировать и так же с успехом открывать и закрывать сделки

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А статья довольно-таки неплохая , очень разумно разъяснено. Спасибо

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Milian 15 Feb.

Great work)

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This article is to explain and show how a price flow actually works, thorugh some extremely simplified examples, in the attempt to show what is in my opinion the most important concept to understand about financial markets.
Basic concept
Everything starts from accepting a law: if there is an imbalance between supply and demand, as direct consequence a price will change. This is true for any exchangeable stuff, will it be a product, a service, an idea, a commodity and so on. It is an extremely simple concept indeed: more demand equals price up, more supply equals price down. If there is 1 unit of anything, and a lot of people looking to buy it, price will be rising till the point where only 1 will be the buyer.
On the other side if there are 100 units and few buyers, price will be correcting down to attract new customers till the point where all units will be sold.
Supply / demand flows
In a financial marketplace there is a continuous exchange and participants can be either selling or buying the same instrument, or even simultaneously selling and buying. An important difference with any other market, is that there is unlimited quantity of any given instrument, so price…
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loriana 1 Dec.

Great read

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Good article!

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TInna 2 Dec.

very good!

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chuvee 2 Dec.

I like the article.


nice work

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This article will continue the "Trading Abc" series, going through a deeper analysis of what is a chart, how price flow is represented on different timeframes and how to consider a timeframe compared to another which are some basilar points I need to focus on before going through the main aspect regarding supply and demand and market behaviors.
If you are interested, here below the list of previous parts:
Everytime we look at a chart, what we see is the graphical representation of the consensus price for a given instrument over a specific period of time. This is done by a software elaborating all data and drawing a line for every new tick, so for example this is how the GBP / USD chart looks like:
In this case the chart represents all ticks coming in 20 minutes from 14:00 to 14:20, and they are connected each-other by a line so to simplify and make the visualization more readable by human eye. There are other ways to visualize the same price changes over a period, and the most commonly used is the candlestick chart, where every candle is a representation of all tick data over a specific frame of time. Let's say …
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TInna 9 Nov.

wery well!

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adiray 16 Dec.

great article there

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Starsailor 31 Dec.

nice work

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My experience in trading started long time ago and I can already count something about 7 years on charts and I feel like my learning process is just at the beginning. It is not about the ability to recognize a price direction, or to correlate price setup with current fundamental scenario: it is about the mental attitude, the psychological ability to accept and behave properly depending on the changing conditions.
When thinking about my experiences in trading, I can divide my learning process in 2 clear steps: one about learning all the technical part, and one knowing how to behave. The first part took me some years in reading, listening, doing researches, comparing, analyzing and recognizing the different technical developments while happening in a chart. The second part started at a certain point in the meantime, when I had already learnt a lot of things, but still was able only to burn a one thousands dollars account in a very, very quick time.
As per our nature, when things go wrong we tend to blame something or someone. My first reaction was to blame market, being always ready to get my stops no matter where I put them. If I moved stop at breakeven, price…
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GammaBurst 19 Oct.

Big good work my friend!

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TInna 19 Oct.

well done!)

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klintons 20 Oct.

Very well

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rupesh1984 25 Oct.

Quite a topic opened here, the one above all other aspects, very top of the ladder. Nicely explained friend, true words!

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Bidza 27 Oct.

Well done, you have brought OneGoodTrade out into the article writing too...great work.

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With so many indicators and forms of analysis, taking trades may seem overwhelming – there’s always conflicting information and varying viewpoints. But there is a simple trading strategy.
Break every trade down into four parts, and only focus on one part at a time. Here are the four steps that form the anatomy of every trade. Keep your focus on these for simple trading.
1. The Setup:

This setup is what’s needed for a trade to potentially occur. There are thousands of trade setups, ideally you should only trade one or two if you want to keep your trading simple. Assume for a moment you use Bollinger Bands Breakout. You buy or sell when the candle break the upper or lower band and close above or below the band (this is not an endorsement of this method, just an example).
Figure 1. AUD/USD Daily Bollinger Bands Strategy
When the candle in the middle of Bollinger Bands, there is no possible trade setup. You do nothing. When the candle break the bands and close you now have a potential trade setup you’ll want to watch for.
Having a setup lets you know when you should be trading and when you shouldn’t. No setup, no trading. If a setup is forming, proceed to next step.
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Great work! Thank you!

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Amaya 14 Apr.

очень поучительная статья

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Kivetat 19 Apr.

Well done))))

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nhamfx16 24 Apr.

Good job

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 Set Yourself Up for Success: Becoming a great trader is a marathon not a sprint!Every one wants grow from being an excited trading beginners to consistently very profitable professionals. The traders who become successful and profitable have achieved something that most people who take up trading do not – they have become traders. What do I mean by this? They have transformed from learning to trade, through becoming traders, to being traders. Each phase has its own distinct make-up, and transition from one to another is a process that takes place over time. We look at how we can set ourselves up for trading success and what we can do to stack the odds of success in our favour. we look at how we can set ourselves up for trading success and what we can do to stack the odds of success in our favour. Planning and preparation; execution; and evaluation and analysis leading into performance improvement. Trading performance and the results that it brings are the hub of the trading performance  and  psychology  wheel.  The  three  dimensions  are  the  core components to achieving success, not just in trading but in any performanceactivity.Here are a few thoughts on what may differentiate…
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mustafa 10 Nov.

Interesting article for newbies !

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peace 23 Nov.

well structured article !

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Few words about myself I am a Forex trader. I am trading since 2008 spring.  During this period I had ups and downs. I have learnt many Forex market lessons. I also have to mention that I studied Mathematics (mostly probabilities) and IT in university. My main field is programming. So naturally I was interested in automated trading. I have tested over a 100 different automated strategies, I also build approximately 10 my own strategies. By building and testing different strategies I was able to test many of the indicators. And still mostly I am trading manually. In this cycle of articles I will try to tell trading tips, most common trading mistakes, maybe destroy some myths. I hope that this cycle will save some accounts from a margin call. This article cycle is only my thoughts and my own point of view. Many of you may not agree to what I’m saying and probably you will be right. Where a new trader should start These are the steps, that a beginner should take: 1. Read about Forex market. What it is. How it works. What drives it. You have to understand this “beast”. 2. Read trading basics – opening and closing positions, indicators, setups, chart/candle patterns, risk…
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adask 9 Aug.

I think risk should depend not only on trade frequency, but also on win ration and risk/reward. And also on when you feel comfortable.

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jonas 10 Aug.

Second article explains about risk. Thanks, great job.

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naurius 18 Aug.

Great article. +1

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adask 19 Aug.

Thank you all for voting.

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I think the article is so fantastic and to the point.

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