Day trading is a fast game with many factors. It is best to keep your trading method simple for effective trading. For traders looking for simplicity, using only a 20-period moving average to day trade is a great option. 20 is not a magical number or the best kept secret in day trading. Basically, any intermediate […]
The Pinocchio bar (pin bar) is a very popular price pattern among active traders. In Martin Pring’s “Technical Analysis Explained”, he called the pattern Pinocchio because it lies. It lies about the market direction. And its long nose exposes the lie. So we expose the pin bar below. The concept behind pin bars explains its efficacy. […]
Alton Hill from TradingSim, a day trading simulator, wrote about an enhanced three bar reversal pattern for day trading. According to Alton Hill, three-bar reversals are too common in intraday time-frames. To select the best three-bar reversal patterns for day trading, he wants the third bar in the pattern to close above the highs of […]
Observing price action is the simplest way to trade. Yet, many price action trading setups are not simple at all, requiring interpretation of complex and subjective chart formations. The worst part is that traders often memorize price action trading setups without understanding the concept behind them. In this article, we will introduce a simple and effective […]
Day Trading Trading intra-day is demanding and competitive. You are pitting yourself against the fastest computers and nimblest traders. We have gathered the best resources for you.
Toby Crabel did some serious work on volatility patterns in price movement. The Inside Day/NR4 (ID/NR4) is one of the patterns he wrote in “Day Trading with Short Term Price Patterns and Opening Range Breakout“. An inside day is one with a lower high and higher low than the previous bar. NR4 is a bar with the narrowest […]