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Pivot Point Calculator
Pivot Point indicator is widely used in technical analysis to highlight price levels at which price trend is predisposed to change its direction. Knowledge of such sensitive levels allows traders to set orders to open/close a trade around these levels. There are various ways of calculating Pivots. The most common are Traditional Pivot Points, Camarilla Pivots, DeMark's Pivots, Fibonacci Pivots and Woodies Pivots - all of the could be found in the Pivot Points Calculator below.
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About the Pivot Point
The pivot point is an indicator that is used in technical analysis to predict possible price movements for the next trading session (next trading period). Pivot Point calculations involve calculating additional support and resistance levels, below and above the pivot point, respectively, by subtracting or adding price range from previous trading session (previous trading period). In addition to the Pivot Support and Resistance levels, many traders prefer having defined middle points between these levels.
Technical analysis assumes that pivot point and the pivot support and resistance levels are possible turning points for the price direction. Thus, during bullish market, the resistance levels may represent a ceiling level at which reversal down may occur. Respectfully, in Bear market, the support levels may represent a level at which price may reverse up..
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