EURUSD 1.1698 USDJPY 111.41 USDCAD 1.2483 EURCZK 26.029 USDCZK 22.246 EURPLN 4.2537 USDPLN 3.6361
EURUSD 1.1698 USDJPY 111.41 USDCAD 1.2483 EURCZK 26.029 USDCZK 22.246 EURPLN 4.2537 USDPLN 3.6361

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Trend is the crucial concept in technical analysis of financial markets, as many traders claim - “trend is your friend”

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Successful identification of the actual market trend and the moments of its reversal, is one of the key factors in technical analysis based investments, and as such, it is not an easy task

The concept of trend is fundamental for the appropriate interpretation and use of technical analysis. Basically, the purpose of use of most   instruments in the vast array of technical analysis tools, has something in common with the current market trend – sometimes their purpose is to identify its direction or potential moments of its reversal.

 

trend analysis

 

Other tools concentrate on measuring the dynamics and strength of the dominating market tendency. However, trend always remains in the centre of  technical analysis interest.

 

Trend in respect to financial markets is understood as the direction where the market prices in general are heading. As such, market trends may be horizontal, upward or downward. As the markets typically do not move in a straight line, (they seem to “jump” instead), the general direction of price waves are the subject of  a trend analysis.

 

moving averages, technical analysis

 

Several technical analysis indicators have been created in order to identify the market trend direction, from the most basic heuristic assessment to the most sophisticated statistical tools. The most popular trend indicators are most often based on the average or other statistical instruments, like standard deviation. It may be combined with short or long-term averages to provide buying or selling signals, as for example in the case of Moving Averages. Other more complicated trend indicators use short, medium and long-term averages to provide signals and show trend directions and/or changes.

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