Learn some of the more popular indicators used by traders, including MACD (moving average convergence divergence), RSI (relative strength index), SMAs (simple moving averages) and slow stochastics. Once you understand how they work they can be a valuable tool to back up your trading strategies.
Support and resistance levels are common technical analysis techniques used to help identify trade opportunities. These primary indicators can be used on any chart type, helping to identify buying and selling opportunities. They can also aid effective risk management by highlighting potential stop-loss and take-profit order levels.
Trendlines are a common technical analysis technique used to help identify possible trade opportunities. This primary indicator can be used on any chart type and asset class, and can help identify buying and selling opportunities from a technical perspective, and with effective risk management by highlighting potential price levels for stop-loss and take-profit orders.
Learn about our pattern-tools function can highlight the most popular technical pattern types, including triangles, channels, double tops and head & shoulders formations, plus over 50 different candle patterns, on any chart and most time intervals.
This in-depth session covers all the major features and functions of our powerful Next Generation chartina package.
Learn about our powerful chart forum feature, where you can view technical analysis as it's added by both our market analysts and other clients, post comments and add your own analysis.
Learn how pattern recognition technology could help you with your trading. Our pattern recognition scanner automatically scans over 120 of our most popular CFD and spread betting products approximately every 15 minutes, including forex, indices, commodities and shares, for common chart formations such as triangles, wedges and channels.
Learn about how pattern recognition technology could help you with your trading. Our Pattern Recognition Scanner automatically scans over 120 of our most popular CFD products approximately every 15 minutes, including currencies (FX pairs), indices, commodities and shares for common chart formations such as triangles, wedges and channels.