With the fear and uncertainty of a possible Brexit, GBP/USD has been one of the worst performing currency pairs this year, falling as low as 1.38 in late February. However, recent weeks has seen the currency stage a comeback, taking the market back to the important 1.4600 level as traders bet the pessimism was overdone.
In a recent article we looked at the shooting star candlestick pattern and we found that it wasn’t a particularly successful signal for spotting reversals. In this article we will look at another bearish reversal signal in the form of the gravestone doji candlestick pattern.
Technical analysis refers to the study of past price action to predict future market moves. It makes use of charts, trading volume, and other statistical or mathematical indicators to gauge how the market might behave, based on the concept that the fundamentals of an asset are reflected in its historical price action.
Last Friday the S&P 500 formed a shooting star candlestick pattern on the daily chart. This is a Japanese candlestick formation that is normally a bearish reversal signal. Sure enough, the S&P 500 moved lower the next day, dropping around 15 points. We saw this happen last September too. But how often does this bearish pattern really […]
In this article I look at some of my favourite intraday trading patterns including naked price action patterns and Japanese Candlestick patterns.
In this post I test nine different moving averages in order to see which is the best moving average for trading. Two different strategies and markets are tested. The results may surprise you.