The purpose of the overwhelming majority of technical analysis indicators is to assist in the timely recognition of trend reversals. This moment represents the optimal point for opening trades on an increase or decrease. Bill Williams’ Alligator is one of the leading trend indicators, and it consists of 3 Moving Average lines and fractals as an additional function. In this article we will conduct a detailed review of this tool, as well as consider simple trading strategies based on it.
The market has high inertial oscillations. This allows traders to successfully make profits under conditions of delayed signals from technical analysis systems. The degree of inertia depends directly on the strength of the initial impulse. We will now look at a simple 5-minute strategy that uses an impulse indicator as an additional MACD signal filter.
Investing and trading – what is the difference between these concepts, what do they have in common, and most importantly, which is more profitable in terms of earnings? To answer this question, we must first understand the meaning of these concepts, and secondly, we’ll need to dig a little deeper into what each of them is. That’s what we’ll do in this article.
One of the most interesting means of price chart analysis on the options market today is an automatic indicator named Ichimoku Kinko Hyo (it is more often simply called the “Ichimoku”). It was created to improve the quality of asset price forecasting on candlestick charts, since on “clean” quotes, it is definitely not always possible to accurately determine the optimal entry points for trading.
The Momentum Oscillator is a type of technical analysis tool that measures the amount of change in the value of a certain asset over a period of time. Its main feature is that this tool is capable of identifying emerging trends in price movement and establishing optimal entry points on trend movement, moreover doing that ahead of the main chart and leveling out the possibility of signal delay.