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.
When it comes to trading, a huge piece of figuring out the puzzle is being able to identify simple patterns and have the knowledge of what their general sentiment is (i.e. Bullish or bearish setup). One of the main patterns technical traders focus on is the wedge pattern. This pattern is essentially when support and resistance trend lines are both sloped instead of one being completely horizontal (triangle patterns) and the other being sloped. Continue reading TrendSpider Strategy Guide: Trading Wedge Formations
When it comes to technical trading, few people have an impact big enough for their name to become part of the lexicon of the industry, but John Bollinger is one such person. A long-time market technician, John Bollinger started looking at new ways of determining trading bands, that is areas of support and resistance, through adaptation of moving averages in the early 1980s. Information was hard to find in those pre-internet days, but using a basic microcomputer, John began developing his own approach. Continue reading Trading the Bollinger Bands: How to use multiple Time frames
In this TrendSpider Strategy Guide issue, we will be covering one of the core strategies that TrendSpider enables and one of the most popular ways to use the system: Using Automated Trendline Detection with Multi-Timeframe Analysis. Continue reading TrendSpider Strategy Guide: Multi-Timeframe Analysis with Trendlines
At TrendSpider, we work hard to make sure everything about our automated analysis is transparent to our customers. One of the ways we do this is through our newly released “Truth in Analysis” Line, which was previously informally known as the “Honesty” Line. This line will show that our analysis is always truthful with a time stamp when it was last performed. Continue reading Introducing the Truth Analysis Line By TrendSpider