We use no indicators in our free daily analysis. Occasionally you will see the fibonacci retracement levels (if you consider that an indicator). That’s it.
First off fibonacci is a self-fulfilling trader “prophecy” – meaning it works because lots of traders look at them and think that they work. With that in mind here are some quick and dirty rules we use to determine fibonacci … Continue reading
Those are support and resistance levels. Read more about how we determine support and resistance levels here.
We use a unique method of determining support and resistance. This includes a blend of levels of consolidation, bounces, fibonacci, large round numbers and other factors – all mixed in with experience. We do not use any indicator to generate … Continue reading
As a rule of thumb everything on this site is in GMT. That includes charts, signals, comments, etc. Now given the amount of information we process daily and different systems we integrate some timezones do slip by us, but even … Continue reading
Signals generally come out between 4-6a GMT. The time a particular signal came out is at the top of each signal. Unless otherwise noted we try and keep all times on this site are in GMT.
It depends on the signal but generally for at least 24 hours (until the next signal comes out). The exceptions are when certain key technical/fundamental aspects change. For example if we are bullish above 1.000 and the price breaks that … Continue reading
We had to push back the launch date for Premium a bit after the wild success of CandlePro. We are targeting end of November 2010 for the release of the PipHut’s Premium services. This will include specific entry/exit points for … Continue reading
We currently only send out FREE signals and analysis for the EUR/USD. We do analyze other pairs (such as GBP/USD, AUD/USD, USD/CAD, USD/CHF, EUR/CHF, GBP/JPY, etc) but due to time constraints only publish the EUR/USD analysis. This may change in … Continue reading
Detecting a trend is not hard if you clear your mind of emotion and look at what the charts are showing you. The easiest way I can explain it is this: 1) Look at the daily chart. Does the price … Continue reading