Developed by Scott Carney and Larry Pesavento, after being originally discovered by H. M. Gartley, the AB=CD pattern has become an effective technique to have in one’s toolbox. After months of research, back testing and also live trading, we feel comfortable presenting this setup to our readers. Just to be clear, the following is not … Continue reading What is an AB=CD pattern?
Unlike support and resistance levels, trendlines are drawn at an angle. These widely used technical lines are, first and foremost, used to determine the trend. By drawing these lines one can establish whether a market is in the process of rallying north (an uptrend), dropping south (a downtrend) or in the phase of a consolidation. … Continue reading How to identify trendlines
In the following article, our objective is simple: to try and shed some light on how one can trade supply and demand on a chart. For those who are new to this concept, you may want to consider checking out this article before continuing as it provides a solid foundation: How to Identify Supply and … Continue reading Supply and Demand Trading
If you’re in this business for a dose of excitement, we can say with a high probability that you will eventually lose your entire account! For traders just beginning their journey, they may find the above statement a little off-putting, or even confusing. Is trading not supposed to be one the most exciting activities in … Continue reading Why Trading Should Be Boring
Technical supply and demand is an approach based on price action. The general idea is to locate points on the chart where price has made a strong advance or decline. A demand zone is typically formed after a strong rally north. Conversely, a supply zone is effectively created following a noticeable move to the downside. … Continue reading How to identify supply and demand