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Category Archives: Price action Trading

USD-INR Technical analysis

USD/INR | Monitor the breakout at 67.10

By Trading Predator July 13th, 2016 No Comments

Indian Rupee fell to 68.75 a dollar in February, near an all time low of 68.84. After Indian government’s budget announcement which helped revive investor confidence in local assets made prices rally 2.4 percent since then. In the perspective of trade mark exchange rate USD/INR, the currency pair has broke out and retesting the support

Rate of the Trend – Trend trading price action

Rate of the Trend – Trend trading price action concept

By Trading Predator May 18th, 2016 No Comments

It’s not surprising to see many trend trading systems fail; main cause for such failure is an improper understanding of trending market and market structure that follows it. Markets rarely trend at one simple, consistent rate. It is very common to see a trend line broken and later the original trend will hold, in a

Price action Flips – Support and Resistance trading strategy

By Trading Predator March 18th, 2016 No Comments

The best trades usually happen around support and resistance, no matter how you see the chart, it will be obvious. Most traders love to use support and resistance as a trading strategy but they often lack a clear method for taking advantage of Price action support and resistance. This article will help you to build

Trend lines

3 Different Types of Trend lines

By Trading Predator March 8th, 2016 No Comments

Trend lines are one of the most used and misused tools in modern technical analysis. One good working definition of a trend line is a line drawn between two points on a chart, but then the internal trend lines, which can be drawn anywhere through the middle of price bars. There are many possible variations

False breakouts

Price action Patterns | False Breakouts or Breakout failures

By Trading Predator March 1st, 2016 No Comments

When most traders think of breakout trades, they think of big, dramatic winning trades. However, the trader actually trading breakouts quickly comes face-to-face with a harsh reality: false breakouts are more common than winning breakouts. This doesn’t means breakout trading concept is failure, and it is worthwhile to attempt breakout trades because exceptional reward/risk ratios