The interpretation of the Market with graphical Indicators

Learn more about the indicators charts and which is best suited to your trading 19 October

If you
have been trading for long, you know that a torrent of technical data sent by
analysts, companies, and even other traders. Experienced traders have various
the means of wading through this immense amount of information, however novices
are likely to be overwhelmed. What is support, what is the resistance? — is the
the fall in the price of a trading instrument, a withdrawal or a real recovery
of a trend?

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for beginners and experienced traders, table of indicators can help
interpret and may even be able to get a deeper understanding of the movements of
markets, instruments and the same feeling. Here’s how to use graphical indicators to
interpret the market.

These are graphical Indicators

If you
have the chart of the price of a product, of the share or currency pair opened in
front of you, and then you will see obviously the title and the time period the graph covers,
the candlesticks (the «body» of the candlestick, indicating open and close price
and the «wicks» showing the highs and lows of the price), and, finally, according
on the graph the different lines of delimitation of the different areas of the map.

the lines of demarcation are graphical Indicators — depending on the type, they can show
the medium-sized, high/low, reversals, escapes and expanding it. Some claim to give you
the ability to know when to enter and exit a trade through the price break
through the limits defined by the indicator.

The most
popular types of chart of the indicator:

·Bollinger Bands — probably the most frequently used
The Bollinger band as the name suggests, strips an area of the graph between the two prices,
which are assumed to be the maximum of support and resistance levels.

·MACD — this is a method of using the moving average of the two
the moving averages to extrapolate the first trends and reversals of trends.

·Moving averages —this
is a simple line indicator, which, as its name indicates, is the average
the price movement of an instrument, under the premise that this will
traders see the trends.

·RSI — also known as relatively strength index this indicator
shows when the price of an instrument is in the overbought zone the
the potential for a reversal and if the indicator shows the instrument in the oversold zone
and because of an upward trend.

·OBV — the abbreviation of «on balance volume» this indicator
displays the sale or purchase of pressure put on the price of an instrument, a
the feeling of the tool that can help you to quickly recognize trends.

STO also
offers its traders a set of graphical indicators, included free with any of
our top tier accounts:

·Mini-Graph — this allows you to open a mini table on the inside
your trading environment with a predetermined schedule and the instrument. You can
also the cross of implementing this tool with Heinkin Ashi and Three-Line Break

·Pivot Points — This displays crucial pivots in the
instruments price level, including the opening, closing, low and high level.

·The ups and Downs — this tool displays a history of ups and downs, but
allows you to display multiple indicators in a single window. This indicator
can also be configured to send a notification if an instrument passes through a
history of high or low.

·Renko Bars superimposed Renko bars on your MT4 chart
within a user specified range of time.

·Graph Group — by the connection of graphics you can change instruments
on each of them. If you have
several positions open, you can see them on
multiple ranges of time and set up groups of cards to see the information that you
the sensation is the best.

·Symbol of the Info handy drag and drop window displays
info such as the percentage of change from day to day, the current price relative to the previous
ups and downs, the use of several user-defined through multiple indicators
the time of execution.

·The severity of this tool displays speculated support and
the resistance against the instrument of the last share price. It also allows you to
set of color graphics that gives you the ability to see more strong or more weak

·Chart-in-chart — view multiple charts in the active main
graphics in your interface. You can also use the same instrument, but of a different set of
indicators on each of them, to see his movement in a different context.

·Magnifying glass — zoom in on specific sections of your MT4
terminal, the creation of a fully customized and user-defined time.

·Order History — this shows your order history, of inestimable value
the tool, especially when you open or have opened multiple positions. This tool
also creates stripes that indicate your previous position of the opening.

·Freehand drawing — press D and move your mouse to create a graph
the overlay on the chart you have open. This is especially useful for traders who
present webinars or who are trading leaders.

·Bar Changer — you can change the chart bars with this tool and
also, create an offline chart. You can exclude certain low-activity hours and is
cross-compatible with other environmental assessments and indicators to create a
user-defined terminal interface.

·Keltner Channel — a bit like the Bollinger Bands, but with variations of average size
the channels not based on the standard deviation. The installation of this indicator to inform you
when an instrument of price reductions through the upper or lower limit.

·Channel Donchian — an indicator that gives you the ability to use
variants on the last N of ups and downs. The installation of this tool as a SD card or ATR
multiplier or enlarge the percentage of high/low range. Also sends
notifications for important levels and price movements.

·Candle countdown Timer — Set the calendar and shows that the bar
key to its end. You can even set it up so that it sends you a notification, such as the
end of the stem of the candlestick approaches. An excellent tool for day traders.

Why Is The Graph

the indicators can help you understand and put in context complex, and in constant
information on the variables, but keep in mind there is a caveat. You can use a
develop combination of graphical indicators to implement your trading strategy —
but it is also necessary to be dynamic and adapt to the vagaries of the market

Table of Indicators are valuable tools in every trader’s toolbox.

This article
includes the personal point of view and in the view of the STO Investment Office of Research and
at no time, should be construed as Investment Advice.

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