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FX TECHNICAL ANALYSIS

Figure 1 - USD prices - 1Hour Time Frame

- a2 = (v2-v1)/t2 - acceleration, of the stopping price change (movement) between the 2nd event Stop of price change and the 1st event Stop of price change.

- an =(v (n +1)-vn)-/tn - acceleration, of the stopping price change (movement) between the (n+1) Stop of price change and the n Stop of price change. Te

calculations continue

until the n stopping price will match up with the estimated &#34;Length&#34; of the trend. In this case, it is believed that the trend has ended and a new calculation of price change (movement) starts in a new trend.

Calculation of the trend length

When analyzing the prices on the charts you can see that, when the prices

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reach some value the certain price change direction has disappeared. On the basis of the study of prices behavior of the different instruments at the different time frames, the length of the trend was calculated for the different time frames. To calculate the length of the trend we have to start from the definition of the initial price of a trend. Then from the trend initial price we consistently count the stopping prices. At some point it becomes obvious that the stopping prices start to repeat multiple times. This suggests that the trend has ended and it starts moving in a lateral movement. The stopping price,

from which they

began to repeat, is the Ending price of the trend. The ending price of a trend is “the End of trend”. From here it is easy to calculate the length of a trend.

Te length of a trend (L) is a constant calculated value, equal to the sum of the values of price change (n*K), measured in percent. Te length of a trend is characterized by the fact that, when the trend initial price has changed on the value L, the directional of price change has disappeared and a trend starts to move in a lateral movement.

- the trend length depends on the time frame,

- the trend length does not depend on an instrument,

- the trend length is the constant for all instruments on one time frame.

- the trend length is different for one instrument on the different time frames.

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