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This SIMPLE Trading Strategy Has A 88.89% Winning Rate

  hey hey what's up my friends so in today's training right i'll share with you a specific trading strategy right that has a 88.89 winning rate i'll give you the exact trading rules uh the performance matrix of this strategy examples of it and much more so with that said let's get started so first and foremost what is this trading strategy about and why it works right so before we get started i want to

On Balance Volume Indicator Explained: Best OBV Trading Strategy (Forex) 2021

H ey traders in today's Post  we'll be  covering the on-balance volume indicator and how you can use it in your trading strategies let's get started so first what exactly is the on-balance volume indicator and how does it work the on-balance volume or obv for short was created in the early 1960s by joseph granville it works on the theory that volume precedes price movement here's how it's calculated if the close of a price bar is higher than the close of the previous price bar then we take the volume from that period

Trading strategy 2021 esay trading with method

  welcome back to my channel everybody thanks for tuning in and in this post we're gonna go over a V day trading strategy that I use I'm gonna break down what V is what does it mean how is it calculated and how can we use it and add it to our trading arsenal to form a strategy or even a system behind it now this is gonna be a really good 

Best Trading With VWAP Indicator Made Easy 2021 method

  The volume weighted average price (VWAP) is a trading benchmark used by traders that gives the average price a stock has traded throughout the day, based on both volume and price. It is important because it provides traders with insight into both the trend and value of a security. The Formula for the Volume Weighted Average Price (VWAP) is pretty simple. You add up the dollars traded for every transaction (so, the price multiplied by the number of shares traded) and then divide by the total shares traded. On a chart, VWAP and a moving average may look similar. These two indicators are calculating different things. VWAP is calculating the sum of price multiplied by volume, divided by total volume, while a simple moving average is calculated by summing up closing prices over a certain period (say 20), and then dividing it by how many periods there are (20). Volume is not factored in. The volume weighted average price (VWAP) appears as a single line on intraday charts (1 minute, 15 minu

VWAP esay stratégie 2021 For day trading

  if you have entertained the idea of day  trading you have probably heard of bebop short for volume weighted average price  we whop is one of the most important benchmarks when looking at inner day  charts graphically showcasing some of the most important aspects regarding a stocks movement in the short term providing traders with insight into both  the trend and value of a security bebop is definitely a benchmark you want to  know and understand as you step into trading the goal of this indicator is  relatively simple on the surface similar to moving averages be Wahb will reflect  a bullish sentiment when prices are above the bebop and bearish when prices  are below what makes it unique is that it takes into account volume or to your  mild trading taking place eliminating much of noise that occurs throughout the  day helping traders gauge prices as its root the benchmark essentially helps you  determine whether your entry point is good confirming a trend and gui