Technical analysis, is in one word, the forecast of movements future financial prices based on an examination of past price movements. It applies to shares, indices, commodities, future or any negotiable instrument where the price is influenced by the forces of supply and demand. When using the trade analysis techniques to look out for what follows:
The overall trend
The first step is to identify the overall trend, a trend is really nothing to see more branch which runs your security details. This can be accomplished using trendlines, medium movement, or analysis of peaks/troughs (one in depth, I’ll write the article just on these three darlings in the near future.) The short and the long of it is that as long as the price remains above its uptrend of the market is seen as bullish. When considering the overall trend keep a lookout for the support and resistance levels.
Level of resistance – this is where the price tends to find resistance as it goes up. The price usually bounces off it and is unable to break through. However, once the price increases at this level it is likely to continue to increase. At this stage of trade upwards.
The level of support – basically the opposite of the level of resistance, it is where the price tends to find resistance as it is falling. Must the price to pass this level, it is likely to continue dropping. At this stage of trade down.
Purchase/sale of pressure
Purchase pressure can be defined as an increase in the demand for shares of a title, sales pressure is a contraction of demand for a given action. Purchase of pressure creates a demand for shares which exceeds supply, causing the price to increase. Sales pressure means there’s more actions available at the request of traders, resulting in a decrease in price. You can measure the buying and selling of pressure using the Chaikin Money Flow. When it is greater than zero, the purchase of pressure is dominant, then trade upwards. When it is below freezing, pressure selling is dominant, then trade down.
To verify this security divide, you are interested in a point of reference. For stocks, it is usually the price of the stock divided by the S & P 500. The route of the line over a period of time, said us if the stock is up, in which case trade upwards, or fall, trade, relatively to the major index.
Once you have reviewed the above information, you will be able to verify the strength of the current trend, the reward to the ratio of risk to a new position and potential entry levels for new posts. This will help you make informed decisions on which option is hot and what is not, resulting in a better performance of the binary option for you.