Any Instrument. Any Timeframe. Any Trading Style. Pivot Points Work.

Determine Market Bias

The first decision to make when trading is defining what determines if a market is trending up or down. Using Standard Fibonacci Pivot Points can make this decision simple. When price is below the pivot point then market participants have a bearish bias, when it is found above the pivot point then market participants have a bullish bias. If price crossed multiple pivot points in succession then it is trending. If price is bouncing between pivot point then it is ranging.

Match Pivots with Support & Resistance

Awareness and identification of support and resistance is key to any type of trading system. The Standard Fibonacci Pivot Points and the Higher Timeframe Pivot Points, provide objective support and resistance levels for every timeframe. These areas of confluence and/or significance can identify opportunities for all kinds of trading long as the approach is consistently executed.

Position Size & Risk Management

Three things are paramount when preparing to put on a trade — when to get in a trade (entry), when to get out of the trade (stop loss & take profit), and how much to buy (position size). Combining the Automatic Risk to Reward Pivot Points and the Position Size Display places those three data points visually on your chart instantly, helping you make better trading decisions, faster.

Execute The Trade

A single winning or losing trade does not define the success of one's system but rather a series of trades and habits. Trading is an exercise in expected probabilities. In order to realize gains from those expected probabilities you must employ your trading system's edge at every opportunity. Using Trading with Pivots tools, you should never miss another opportunity again.