Butterfly Pattern - This is a reversal pattern using Fibonacci numbers to predict entry, take profit and stop loss levels.
Candlesticks - A trading method utilising candlestick types such as morning star, reverse pins, and hammers. Used in price action forex trading.
Cup and Handle - The cup and handle pattern is a bullish continuation pattern that marks a consolidation period followed by a breakout.
Double Top Reversal - This is a reversal pattern looking for multiple peaks and resistance lines.
Dual Stochastic - This technical analysis strategy is based on combining a fast and a slow stochastic indicator and searching for instances where they are opposite extremes.
Moving Averages - This indicator is a key tool in every technical trader's tool box.
Overlapping Fibonacci - This method uses multiple Fibonacci levels from different points to confirm important levels.
Rectangle Continuation - The rectangle is a continuation pattern which forms a trading range during the pause in the trend. Rising Wedge Reversal- This is a bearish pattern that starts with a wide bottom section and the volatility contracts as the price moves higher leading to a narrower trading range.
Parabolic Curve - One of the most exciting trading patterns due to its high volatility and ability to profit from it.
The Alligator Indicator - Developed by Bill Williams it consists of 3 Moving averages which are projected into the future by varying amount of days.
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Fibonacci Retracements - This method of technical analysis uses the Fibonacci numbers to create levels which can indicate reversal levels.
Finding the Range - This technical analysis method uses simple support and resistance levels to find ranges you can trade between.
Flat Top Breakouts - This is a continuation pattern similar to the flag pattern but with a horizontal middle section.
Head and Shoulders - This is a reversal pattern using support and resistance levels which can indicate the start of a new trend.
Heiken Ashi - This indicator is used to help spot trends within the market. Heikin-Ashi Candlesticks are based on price data from the current open-high-low-close, the current Heikin-Ashi values, and the prior Heikin-Ashi values