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Price Action

Price is the most important indicator: Learn how to read it here.

Candle reading

A single candle holds a lot of information, but when taken in context of other recent price behavior traders can start to get a good idea for how to address a market.
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Price Action: The Power of the Wick

Candlestick wicks can be incredibly powerful tools for traders looking for potential levels of support and resistance.
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Price Action Support and Resistance

While price action presents a somewhat objective framework for traders to work with, identifying workable zones of support and resistance requires a bit of subjectivity.
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A Price Action Tell: Support at Prior Resistance, Resistance at Prior Support

What happens when support and resistance levels trade places? This article looks at how traders can use prior action to find actionable levels to work with.
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Candle Formations, Triggers

Groupings of candles can highlight trends or new themes and this can help traders navigate the market by using price action.
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Trading Triangles in Price Action

In triangle formations, this is a level that’s expected to be broken with enough persistence from buyers (for resistance) or sellers (for support).
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Engulfing Formations for Price Action Trading

There’s a litany of candlestick formations that traders can look for but few carry the potential of the engulfing candlestick.
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Price Action Pin Bars

Wicks highlight reactions, and as traders, those reactions can be key because they may clue us into what might happen around that next corner.
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Inside Bars – The Hidden Price Action Driver

The inside bar prints entirely within the prior bar. This illustrates a form of equilibrium in the market – and this is something the trader can use.

Price Action Strategies

Traders can build their strategies around price action which can allow for granular control of risk and trade management.
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Using Candlestick Wicks to Identify Price Action Support and Resistance

A wick illustrates an intra-candle reversal which may signal a change in trend or a pause in momentum.
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Price Action Trends

More often than not we’ll see a steady progression of higher-highs and higher-lows as buyers pile into an up-trend or a series of lower-lows and lower-highs as a sell-off increasingly gains momentum.
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The Four-Hour Trader, A Full Trading Plan

A complete trading plan that will take less than four hours of a traders time each week. And further, this is an approach that can be focused on longer term moves, and swings.
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How to Use Price Action to Trade New Trends

The trend might be your friend, so long as you time it properly. In this article, we look at how traders can use a combination of multilple time frame analysis and price action in the effort of timing trend-side entries.