We have so many moving averages available to us, we have SMAs, EMAs, WMAs, SMMAs, but which one should be used exactly?
I’ll tell you a secret, no moving average is best, you need to use the right moving average for the right purpose.
This is what I’m going to tell you in this blog post.
There are many types of moving averages, should you know all of them? Not at all. But, there’s one moving average that you might not know anything about, yet, and it might just be one of the best moving averages out there.
I’m sure you know a thing or two about moving averages and might even be using a moving average in trading. But, what if I told you that there is a moving average that you don’t know yet and it might just be a game changer?
Moving averages are one of the most commonly used technical indicators by traders around the world and I am sure that you also might be knowing a thing or two about moving averages.
But, do you know about the most common types of moving averages, why should you use them in trading, and most importantly how should you use them in trading? Read this blog post to find all answers.
Simple Moving Averages or Exponential Moving Average, which is better? This is one question that every trader asks at some point in their trading journey.
What if I told you that there is a moving average that will be way superior in helping you read price better, get sniper entries, and profit big just like I do? Sounds great, doesn’t it? If yes, then this blog post is just for you.
Did you know that you can find the best-performing currency pair with the help of a single indicator?
Traders having some experience in this forex trading space will have heard about the currency strength meter, but how many of you know how to use it?
The Donchian channel indicator is one of the many indicators that traders have at their disposal.
Even though traders know about this indicator, not many actually use it to make trade decisions.
In this blog post, you will learn about this indicator
What if I told you that there is an indicator out there that can drastically improve your trading results? Wouldn’t you be excited to know about it?
What if I also told you that this indicator can allow you to take entries, set stop loss, and also set targets?
In this blog post, you will learn about this all-in-one indicator
I have come across people saying that indicator trading isn’t good enough and that technical indicators are the wrong tools that traders use.
People have argued that indicator trading is fallible as it is based on past price data and that it is lagging. But is this really the truth?
In this blog post, I am going to bust some myths that are out there on indicators and indicator trading as a whole.
Traders around the globe use various technical indicators to get trade signals and they look to use this to capitalize on the price swings in the financial markets.
I am sure that you will know about a handful of indicators but do you know that there are indicators for all kinds of market phases as well as for momentum and volatility trading.
Pivot points are a widely followed technical indicator and quite a lot of traders make their trade decisions on the basis of this indicator.
If you have been around in the forex trading space then I am sure that you will have heard a lot about pivot points.
What if I told you that there is an indicator that allows you to identify trends and reversals too and can help you capitalize on every price swing? Sounds good right?
If you some experience in trading then you will have come across the indicator known as Parabolic SAR. It is a basic indicator yet a powerful one that is widely used by traders.
What if OI told you that MACD (Moving Average Convergence Divergence) is a momentum oscillator but it does not provide overbought and oversold levels and is rather used to trade trends.
What? A momentum oscillator for riding trends?
Yes, you read it right. MACD is...