How to identify trends and trend changes.
In downtrends - trendlines must connect the descending peaks - left to right
In uptrends - trendlines must connect rising thoroughs - left to right
"Trend is your friend unless it ends"- T. DeMark:)
This is a 9 minute video that covers how to ensure you are trading on the right side of the trend.
Lots of good stuff on this topic, unfortunately it's impossible to cover everything in the 10 minute limit provided by TradingView for videos, so if you have any questions please feel free to get in touch.
1 - Preceding Uptrend
2 - New Swing High Green Candle
3 - Lower Low Red Candle
4 - Lower High Green Candle
5 - Enter: Break of #3 Low
6 - 1st TP Take measured distance
from #2 High to #3 Low
7 - You determine SL & 2nd TP
Step #1: Define the Trend. An Downtrend is defined by a Series of LH Followed by a Series of LL.
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A lower high is simply a swing low point that...
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