Japanese traders applied renko for the first time in the 19th century. They called them “renga”, which means “a brick”, due to their rectangular shape. Steve Nison was the first who presented both renko charts and Japanese candles to the European and American public. The main specific feature of Renko Charts is filtering out the […]
“October: This is one of the peculiarly dangerous months to speculate in stocks. The others are July, January, September, April, November, May, March, June, December, August and February.” Mark Twain
Oil futures are consistently among volatility leaders on the Moscow Exchange forward market. On an average trading day, the trading volume reaches 400 thousand executed contracts on the amount of RUB 20 billion (not million!) and more.
The Big Trades Indicator is an indicator of volume analysis of the current market situation, which finds big trades and shows them in a chart – at what levels, with what volume and in what direction of a trade. You might say: “Big trades manifest themselves by splashes on a standard volume indicator”. It is […]
How to use a cluster chart with an application of such a non-standard chart type as Range Bars? Try Range Bars if you cannot select a convenient timeframe. In this article we will analyze a footprint, built in the Range Bar chart, and you will see how useful it is to look at the same […]
Japanese candlesticks emerged as early as in the 18th century. Traders from the Land of the Rising Sun made first efforts of predicting the future rice price at that time. In other words, the candlestick pattern analysis is the most ancient type of technical analysis.
If you liked our previous article about a cluster analysis in the EUR/USD futures market, this one will also be useful for you. The goal of the article is to give you an example of a practical analysis of the market behavior using advanced instruments of the trading and analytical ATAS-Crypto platform. We will analyze […]
Imbalance is absence of balance between buy and sell orders. It is a specific term, which is used in trading only. In everyday life non-correspondence or inequality is called disbalance. For example: improper automobile wheels balance is a disbalance, which results in their non-uniform wear; receipts are less than expenditures – it is a budget […]
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