Used to calculate pivot points for forex, futures, commodities, stocks and any other investment security that has a high, low and close price in any given time period.
Tip: this calculator will provide great value to you if you pick the timeframes that have the highest volume and most liquidity.
Used to measure how far a market has retraced its primary move. This will help you to gauge how much the market has taken back from what it has just given.
Depending on the Bull and Bear figures, you will be able to determine if the trend is strong, less likely to occur or way below par.
Used to calculate the size of the position in units and lots to accurately manage your risks. Works well with all major currency pairs and crosses, it allows you to tune your input values finely to your specific trading needs.