Calculator calculating levels Pivot allows online to calculate levels of support and resistance Pivot. Fill in the form with the data of the previous period (month, week, day) and press the button to calculate:
Points Pivot - re
Calculated levels of points Pivot is usually designated as follows:
- PP - reference level Pivot;
- R1-R4 - resistance levels Pivot;
- S1-S4 - support levels Pivot.
There are 4 methods for cal
These are the eight likely levels of sup
- R3/S3 - the level near which the trend correc
tion is pos sible, it makes sense at this level to fix the pro fit;
- R4/S4 - if this level is broken through - that is, there is a high pro
babi lity that the price will go to wards breaking through and on.
Calculation of levels Camarilla Pivot:
- R1 = (High – Low)*1.1/12 + Close;
- R2 = (High – Low)*1.1/6 + Close;
- R3 = (High – Low)*1.1/4 + Close;
- R4 = (High – Low)*1.1/2 + Close;
- S1 = Close – (High – Low)×1.1/12;
- S2 = Close – (High – Low)*1.1/6;
- S3 = Close – (High – Low)*1.1/4;
- S4 = Close – (High – Low)*1.1/2;
dard pivot levels.
These are the six pos
- PP - refe
ren ce level. It is consi dered that if the price is above the level - the trend is upward, if below the level - the trend is down ward.
- R1-R3 - resistance levels near which price correction is possible, if the price breaks through the level, that is, the probability that it will continue to move to the next level.
- S1-S3 - support levels near which a price correction is possible, if the price breaks through the level, then there is the likelihood that it will continue to move to the next level.
Calculation of levels of Pivot:
- PP = (High + Low + Close)/3;
- R1 = 2*PP - Low;
- R2 = PP + High - Low;
- R3 = High + 2*(PP - Low);
- S1 = 2*PP - High;
- S2 = PP - High + Low;
- S3 = Low - 2*(High - PP);
These are 4 pro
Levels pivot Woody are simi
Woody Pivot Level Calculation:
- PP = (High + Low + 2*Close)/4;
- R1 = 2*PP – Low;
- R2 = PP + High – Low;
- S1 = 2*PP – High;
- S2 = PP – High + Low;
This is 2 levels - one level of support and one level of resistance.
Levels of the DeMark Pivot are used to predict pos
Calculation of pivot levels DeMark:
- If Close < Open, then Temp = High + 2*Low + Close;
- If Close > Open, then Temp = 2*High + Low + Close;
- If Close = Open, then Temp = High + Low + 2*Close;
- R1 (High) = Temp/2 - Low;
- S1 (Low) = Temp/2 - High;