How To Use Support And Resistance Lines When Trading Binary Options
Hi there.I am often asked in the comments how to determine the point of entry into the Martingale strategy.Today I'll show you how to use support and resistance levels in Binary options. We set the chart for 15minute or 5minutetimeframe. We use the Line tool and find the level of resistance by the tops of the candles. We find the level of support by the lowestlevels of the chart in the same way. And now we watch for the chart to reach orbreak through one of the levels â€“ in this case we are betting in the opposite direction.Let's open 4 windows with different positions
â€“ it will be much faster in this way. Wedo the same thing in all the windows. Here we see the first touching of the level,and I bet $10 in the opposite direction. And in the meantime, we watch the other positions.Here we see touching of the support level on eurodollar Position. We bet $10. Great, our first two bets have triggered.Levels must be rearranged from time to time. And we wait for the next touching of the level. And here again we see the resistance levelbroken through, and we bet $10 for a fall. You should wait until either a touching ora breakthrough. We see that our bet does not
win, so I prepare $30 in advance and againbet for a fall using a Martingale strategy. I hope you know the table of bets; if youdon't, I will write in the description below the tutorial. Here we see the breakthrough and bet $10.And according to the Martingale strategy, we bet $180 as our bid didn't trigger.Now euro dollar lost and we bet 30 for a rise. Pound dollar â€“ bet 30 for a fall.Now, bet 180 on the euro dollar. And now all of our three bets have won, weare just waiting for eurodollar. We are waiting for our bet of $180 to triggerWell, we lose the 180 bet, and then we bet
440, and I think that this bet will triggerfor sure. Now we see that the chart is back and we'llwin our bets. Here you can see my bets for the entire period.If you liked the tutorial, put likes, share with friends, subscribe to my RSS feed.
Trading 212 How to read Japanese candlestick charts
The Japanese candlestick chart. Get to know the main chart patterns. You probably think that financial analysis is complicated but it actually comes down to 2 simple things: reading charts and reading news. There are many types of charts but Japanese candlestick or simply candlestick are the most popular ones. Such a chart consists of red and greenquot;candlesticksquot;, or quot;candlesquot; lined one after another.
Each candle gives you detailed information about theprice movement within a specified time interval. In fact, Japanese candlesticks are the bestway to visualize the ups and downs of a price so that you can spot potential opportunities to BUY or SELL. Let's take a more detailed look. Every candle consists of a body and one or twoquot;tailsquot; called shadows sticking out of it. The body indicates the range between the openand close prices for a specific time frame, and the shadows represent the highest and lowestprice levels reached for the set interval. Japanese candlestick charts are easy to read.
A red candle shows that the price is going down,and a green one represents an increasing price. If you are looking at a 10minute chart, eachcandle represents a 10minute time interval. We see a green candle when the open price is lower than the close price. If the price closes lower than it opened, then the candle is red. As simple as that! What kind of signals does a candlestick chart provideé It is no surprise that candlestick charts are so popular. They are excellent for spotting market turning points.
By looking at the patterns that candles create, you can often guess if a certain market is about tocontinue in its current direction, or reverse it. Patterns that show that the market could changedirection are called reversal patterns. They could be bearish: ones that indicate the change from an uptrend to adowntrend and should be perceived as a signal to SELL or bullish these show that a price that has beendecreasing is likely to start going up and we should BUY. Let's see the most popular candlestickpatterns which encourage you to BUY. Bullish engulfing
The bullish engulfing consists of a red candle, followedby a bigger green one, which fully engulfs the red candle. The pattern is an indication for a market turning point. In simple words, it is likely that themarket may start going up and you can BUY. The indication is even stronger if the greencandlestick engulfs two or three red candles. Hammer The name of this candle is pretty much selfexplanatory. You will recognize the hammer by its short body, lower shadowthat is about two or three times the length of the body, and a shorter upper shadow or no shadow at all.
The hammer is usually a clear indication of a decliningprice reversing its direction and starting to go up so you can start BUYing! But just to be safe, you could alwayswait for additional confirmation. Such confirmation is a green candle closingabove the open of the hammer for example. Morning doji star This pattern appears when there is a slight market movement and consists of three candles: a red one, followed by a doji, followedby a green candle closing beyond the middle of the first candle. If the green candle is longer than Â the redone, the signal is even more reliable.
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