How technical analysis is different


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What we do not provide

Rule 1.We do not publish buy or sell, long or short recommendation on any instrument 

Rule 2. We do not advice about opening or closing positions at certain levels, we don't pre-set your entry, stop or limit levels.

Rule 3. We do not try to predict or anticipate trend direction.

Rule 4. We do not attempt to forecast certain price levels or to project future possible reversal points or trend length

Rule 5. We do not try to time the market 

Rule 6. We do not do technical analysis based on oscillators or lagging indicators

Rule 7. We do not do technical analysis guessing candlestick patterns, Fibonacci retracements, or Elliott Wave patterns

Rule 8. We do not write about daily ups and downs, information usually found in the mainstream media

All the rules above shall forbid this website authors to write articles in this way. 

The reason is that generally, that kind of information, that involves thinking about future results and events, is triggering an emotional response that leads you to take action based on very bad irrational decisions.

Another reason is that the future is not possible to know in advance and you don't need to be right in order to make money in the markets.

So how it works then

Our technical analysts write about

  • the current state of selected financial instruments
  • the key support and resistance levels already observed in past trading sessions,
  • tested levels, broken levels 
  • and the current trend and consolidations

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