Support and resistance

How to trade using the Keltner channel indicator

The Keltner channel is a volatility indicator used by traders to assess whether an asset’s trend might continue or change direction. Here, we explain how to calculate it and how to use it in your trading.

Channel trading explained

Channel trading can enable a trader to track and speculate on the prevailing market trend. Here, we explain how to identify trading channels, the different types of trading channel, and some popular channel trading indicators.

Gartley pattern explained: how to use it in your trading

The Gartley pattern is a technical indicator used to establish definitive levels of support and resistance, based on the Fibonacci sequence of numbers. Here, we explain what the Gartley pattern is and how to identify it.

​Moving average crossover strategies

Moving averages are typically one of the most popular indicators for technical analysts. How can crossovers provide traders with opportunities in the market?

The complete guide to trading strategies and styles

There will always be different ideas about how often to trade, how long to hold a position and when to enter or exit the market. But, there are four main styles and strategies at the core of trading.

10 trading indicators every trader should know

Using trading indicators is part of any technical trader’s strategy. Paired with the right risk management tools, it could help you gain more insight into price trends. Let’s explore 10 of the best trading indicators.

What is Autochartist and how do you use it when trading?

Autochartist is a powerful pattern-recognition tool which automatically monitors the markets on your behalf. Learn more about Autochartist, including its features and benefits, as well as how to use it in your trading.

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