Classifications of Binary Options Trading Technology Analysis Methods

 2019-11-25 09:09:38

(1) K-line 

The K-line class is based on the K-line combination of several days, and speculates on the comparison between the strength of the long and short sides in the financial market, and then determines the market conditions of the securities market.


(2) Indicators

The index class is based on the historical data of price and quantity. By establishing a mathematical model and giving a mathematical calculation formula, an index value reflecting the inherent essence of a certain aspect of the financial market is obtained. Seen directly in it, it can provide guidance for our operational behavior. Common indicators include relative strength index (RSI), stochastic indicator (KDJ), trend indicator (DMI), and smoothing similarity moving average (MACD). Energy tide (OBV), psychological line (PSY), separation rate (BIAS), etc.


(3) Waves 

The wave theory regards the ups and downs of prices and the continuous rise and fall of different periods as the ups and downs of the waves. It is believed that the price movement follows the law of undulations, and it is clear that the waves can accurately predict that the downtrend is nearing the end. The bull market is coming soon; the biggest difference between wave theory and other technical analysis genres is that it can predict the bottom and top of the market a long time in advance, while other genres often have to wait until the new trend has been established.


(4) Forms 

Morphology is a method of predicting future trends in prices based on the trajectory patterns that have passed in the price chart over the past period of time. The form in which prices pass is an important part of market behavior. From the form of price trajectory, we can speculate on what kind of environment the securities market is in, and thus provide some guidance for future investment. The main forms include M head, W bottom, head and shoulder top, head and shoulder bottom and so on.


(5) Tangents

The tangent class is based on certain methods and principles, draws some straight lines in the chart drawn according to the price data, and then speculates on the future trend of the price based on the situation of these straight lines, and provides a reference for our operational behavior. These lines are called tangent lines. Common tangent lines include trend lines, track lines, golden line, Gantt line, and angle line.