A prepared trader is a profitable trader, and Sunday is a great day to get ready for the week ahead by studying up from last week’s price action. This weekend, we once again focus on the broad markets as the month of October has been nothing short of bloody. As the daily candles continue to show noise, the weekly candle charts are starting to show oversold levels that have seen reversals in the past. See how the charts turned out from last weekend by clicking here.
In this TrendSpider video, we look at how exactly our automated trendline detection works and ways in which users can utilize the platform.
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TrendSpider is happy to announce the availability of lower indicators and will be adding more as time progresses. We believe the addition of these resources will greatly help traders utilize the ability to backtest price vs. indicator action. In this strategy guide blog post, we will show traders how to utilize these correctly on the platform as well as general ways to spot repeating patterns in the market.
There are so many different approaches to trading, you could try a new one every day for the rest of your life and never run out of options. However, one that has been consistently popular, and consistently effective over the years has been momentum oscillator trading strategies.
When it comes to trading, one of the most common strategies traders implement is simply trading between support and resistance areas created by previous volatility in the price of a stock. There are many different types of channels to trade such as Bollinger Bands and Keltner Channels, but this article will solely focus on channels created by support and resistance levels and how traders take advantage of these setups.