In this article, we will discuss a pattern of Harmonic Trading called Shark. We will find answers to such questions as how to detect the pattern on the chart, what are the main rules by which it forms, and how to use the Shark in trading.
Arthur A. Merrill’s M and W patterns look like waves. There are 32 patterns, 16 of which have a unique structure. Some look like classic price patterns, have a clear structure and understandable identification rules.
In this article, we will discuss the main price structures only. The author has plenty of patterns in store but you do not need to know all of them to trade successfully: you can choose a couple and learn how to use them properly in compliance with your capital management rules.
Today we will talk about price action analysis, an important aspect of technical analysis on Forex. Price Action analyzes price behavior and patterns and can identify almost any market trend.
In this review, we will get acquainted with trading the Diamond. This is a reversal tech analysis pattern promising a correction or a reversal of the current trend.
In this overview, we will discuss trading the Rectangle pattern. This is a universal tech analysis pattern that may be traded both individually and as a part of other patterns.
Today, we will discuss popular and rather widespread patterns of graphic analysis Double Top, Triple Top and its opposite – Double Bottom, Triple Bottom.
Today, we will get acquainted with a tech analysis pattern called Diamond. Compared to other tech analysis patterns, the Diamond pattern appears rather rarely on the chart.
Today, I will speak about a classical method of detecting a trend reversal. Let us have a look at a group of reversal patterns, which are likely to precede a trend reversal.
In this review, we will discuss a well-known trading pattern - the Gartley Butterfly. You may learn to find this pattern on the chart by yourself or use the ZUP indicator, specially created for finding and drawing the pattern on the price chart.