Heikin Ashi Strategy **Best for Swing Trading**

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heikin ashi strategy that will get the full move of the entire trend is possible. you need to be aware of the top and bottom of a heikin ashi trend. heikin ashi candles show a clear loss of momentum at the top of a trend.

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Heiken-Ashi, means “average bar” in Japanese. The Heikin-Ashi technique can be used in conjunction with candlestick charts when trading securities to spot market trends and predict future prices. It’s useful for making candlestick charts more readable and trends easier to analyze. For example, traders can use Heikin-Ashi charts to know when to stay in trades while a trend persists but get out when the trend pauses or reverses. Most profits are generated when markets are trending, so predicting trends correctly is necessary.

The Heikin-Ashi Formula
Normal candlestick charts are composed of a series of open-high-low-close (OHLC) candles set apart by a time series. The Heikin-Ashi technique shares some characteristics with standard candlestick charts but uses a modified formula of close-open-high-low (COHL):

The Heikin-Ashi chart is constructed like a regular candlestick chart, except the formula for calculating each bar is different, as shown above. The time series is defined by the user, depending on the type of chart desired, such as daily, hourly, or five-minute intervals. The down days are represented by filled candles, while the up days are represented by empty candles.

There are a few differences to note between the two types of charts, and they’re demonstrated by the charts above. Heikin-Ashi has a smoother look because it is essentially taking an average of the movement.

The price scale is also of note. The current price shown on a normal candlestick chart will also be the current price of the asset, and that matches the closing price of the candlestick (or current price if the bar hasn’t closed). Because Heikin-Ashi is taking an average, the current price on the candle may not match the price at which the market is actually trading. For this reason, many charting platforms show two prices on the Y-axis: one for the calculation of the Heiken-Ashi and another for the current price of the asset.


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32 respostas em “Heikin Ashi Strategy **Best for Swing Trading**”

I'm glad I found this video. I saw another video showing how to utilize these candle types with a EMA cloud, but I noticed something. I only trade using options. Quick moves off of level breaks, etc and noticed that the candles were huge, but the option premiums didn't seem to move the same. THe same move for candlesticks would be huge but with these HA candles I was down $55 bucks or $100. It throws you off because you see the candles at one price level, but the option premium just doesn't seem to move the same. It's odd because I would think well, I bought at 266 and it's at 270 it should be good profit but that's not the case. Would love to know your thoughts about these type of candles and option trading. Thanks for this video!

Please sir can I use five minutes timeframe on the Heikin Ashi candles using the strategy you are teaching on the video right now. And I'm confused on scalping timeframes, intra day trading timeframe and swing trading timeframe. And I want to know if 5 minutes is a intra day trading timeframe. I'm confused on that sir.

That is very good strategy. When combined with MACD and EMA 200 to comfirm the right trend, can be profitable. Hint to close window when opened position is top! I agree it is stressfull when you see that huge moves up and down in few seconds, you only read article for 2 minutes, then watch back to graph and can't believe what you see. Then you close position with loss and it move back. Emotions are wrong in trading.

With Heikin Ashi, setting a Target Profit is a waste of a trend and self-sabotage.
Just set Stop Losses with a generous buffer (avoiding obvious levels where 90% of orders are); do not set any Target profit which is a self sabotage. Exit trade only at 2nd Red Candle (or 2nd Green candle, if its a short trade), ride the whole trend to its entirety.
If a trader still insists on setting Target profit, use auto Trailing Stop and close the laptop.

Great video and it definitely reduces the noise. I am having a challenge with the entry at the close of the first candle without the lower wick. Seems like due to the way the candle calculations that the price for that day is often already over that bar close so I can never really enter at that price recommended unless I am missing something.

Hi! I have seen your video today and wanted to ask a question: I am trading futures (scalping) and wanted to know if I could use this technique in combination with other techniques, like the price Action, volume, RSI divergence and so on. I personally think that this strategy could benefit my trading as well because it can keep me from entering when the timing is a little of

There is an awesome free indicator on TradingView called,,, HeikinAshi Smoothed buy and sell v4…. You can apply it over a regular chart and it gives you auto buy sell signals same as the HeikinAshi chart. I use it in conjunction with other oscillators and it works like a charm on swing trading. Thanks for this awesome vid. Cheers from Melbourne.

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