Pivot Points for Day Trading



This class is designed to give the trader an introduction to the highly important pivot point technique, along with giving an excellent technique for trading them.

Buddhist, Trader and Philanthropist

Chris Capre, Founder of 2ndSkiesForex, is a professional trader who specializes in trading price action. His blog attracts 150,000+ monthly readers across 110+ countries, including; Australia, USA, Singapore, UK, Canada, & Germany. To discover more about Chris’s Price Action Strategies, visit his Price Action Course page.

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  • Rasoul Shojaei - July 24, 2012 10:15 am

    hi master chris
    I not see videos
    pleas help me
    also Are you registered iranegold ?
    If you the personal(chris_japsian) I want speak live
    sorry about I am not writ English very good
    I am Thankful

    • Chris Capre - July 24, 2012 10:18 am

      Hello Rasoul,

      The video works fine as I just checked it, but perhaps its a browser issue for you.
      Not sure, but it is working fine.

      However, here is the link to the video in youtube;
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=240BLg3tmuQ&feature=player_embedded

      That should work.

      In terms of speaking on skype, this service is only available for paid course members who get access to me.

      But if you have questions about my services or training, you are welcome to email me;
      Info@2ndskies.com

      Kind Regards,
      Chris

  • Bilal - November 25, 2013 5:55 am

    Hi Chris,

    Following on from this article and another article on ” Finding Precise Entries and Exits ” i found a little discrepancy in your definition of Pivots. In this video you mentioned that pivots are calculated on New York close yet in other articles you have mentioned that you use London open Pivots and on the same article you put on a yellow horizontal line at 00:00 hours showing London Open. Now i am in London and i am pretty sure that London open is at 0800 hours, secondly if we were to calculate pivots based on London Open than would it be at 0800 but my MT4 Platform is GMT +2 meaning when London opens than my Chart shows 10:00. So should i put my indicator settings at 10:00 to calculate London open.

    Thanks

    • Chris Capre - November 25, 2013 6:19 am

      Hello Bilal,

      We changed our pivots to be set to the London open shortly after creating this video (which was years ago).

      But you’re confused about the 00.00. That time for is us midnight which is the London open being 8hrs ahead – so a misunderstanding on your part.

      Hopefully this clarifies it a bit.

      Kind Regards,
      Chris Capre

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