Category Archives: Breakout indicators

Breakouts are generally defined by technical analysis. These indicators establish levels or areas of consolidation where prices have been unable to move further. A breakout therefore occurs once prices move beyond the specified range. Once prices break out from this area, a position is entered in the direction of the move.

Using the Heikin Ashi Indicator for Determining Market Trends

The Heikin-Ashi indicator (sometimes spelled Heiken Ashi) is used for determining market trends, identifying short/long biases.

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Improve Probability for Opening Range Breakouts

Opening Range Breakout Strategy

Opening range breakout strategy: In this post we discuss Toby Crabel’s narrow range analyis of daily bars to improve probability for these setups

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The Squeeze Indicator: Quiet Before the Storm

Squeeze Indicator for NT8

A frequently discussed setup is “The Squeeze” which occurs in situations of low volatility. The Squeeze indicator is used to identify situations when…

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Trading the Average Daily Range

Average Daily Range for NT8

This indicator displays support / resistance levels based on the volatility of the prior N days, i.e. average daily noise and the average daily range

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