When triangles reverse a trend

Triangles are one of the first patterns documented by technical investors. When trading the stock market in the United States, investors noted that specific patterns tend to form before the…

Andrews Pitchfork explained

Andrews’ Pitchfork may be considered an excellent technical indicator and one of the trading tools most overlooked by retail investors. Investors either don’t understand how to use it or don’t…

ADX: What it is and how to use it

The ADX is one of the few trend indicators that appears in a separate window and measures the strength of a trend. Many investors confuse it with an oscillator. Listed…

What is a trading super cycle?

What is a super cycle? You may have heard the phrase ‘super cycle’ in relation to commodity markets, but be unsure exactly what it means. Essentially a super cycle is…

MACD explained

The acronym MACD stands for Moving Average Convergence Divergence, and the oscillator is a default in any trading platform, including MT4. The MACD oscillator has stood the test of time…

The perfect order setup

Moving Average (MA) is a trend line that follows the price action and reveals bullish or bearish conditions. The perfect order setup goes a little bit further. It uses not…

Elliott Wave: Impulsive waves explained

The Elliott Wave theory is one of the most fascinating concepts in technical analysis, claiming that its cycles depict human sentiments like optimism and pessimism. The Elliott Wave Theory is…

Introducing the Elliott Waves theory

If there’s one trading theory that fascinates investors, it’s the Elliott Waves Theory. Despite being developed in the United States stock markets over three-quarters of a century ago, the theory…

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