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( AMZN 1M chart)
We have to see if we can get support and climb at 3379.09.
If it falls at 3176. 40 , you need a Stop Loss to preserve your profit or loss.
In particular, if it falls, we need to see if it can gain support and rise in the boxed section of 3008.91-3294.62.
( AAPL 1D chart)
( NFLX 1D chart)
( TSLA 1W chart)
We need to see if we can get support from 683.20-713.03 and get off the downtrend line.
If it falls, we need to see if it can rise along the uptrend line (1).
( GME 1D chart)
( XAUUSD 1D chart)
We must see if we can ascend above the 1794.981 point.
( USOIL 1D chart)
You should watch for any movement that deviates from 60.25-66.26.
** All indicators are lagging indicators.
So, it’s important to be aware that the indicator moves accordingly with the movement of price and .
Just for the sake of convenience, we are talking upside down for interpretation of the indicators.
** The wRSI_SR indicator is an indicator created by adding settings and options from the existing indicator.
Hence, the interpretation is the same as the traditional indicator. (K, D line -> R, S line)
** The OBV indicator was re-created by applying a formula to the DepthHouse Trading indicator, an indicator published by oh92. (Thank you for this.)
** Check support, resistance, and abbreviation points.
** Support or resistance is based on the closing price of the 1D chart.
** All explanations are for reference only and do not guarantee profit or loss on investment.
Explanation of abbreviations displayed on the chart
R: A point or section of resistance that requires a response to preserve profits
S-L: Stop Loss point or section
S: A point or segment that can be bought for profit generation as a support point or segment
(Short-term Stop Loss can be said to be a point where profit or loss can be preserved or additionally entered through installment transactions. It is a short-term investment perspective.)
GAP refers to the difference in prices that occurred when the stock market, , and BAKKT exchanges were closed because they do not trade 24 hours a day.
G1: Closing price when closed
G2: Market price at the time of opening
(Example) Gap (G1-G2)