Pivot calculator

Pivot Calculator is on ofthe special tools made specifically for the trades to calculate Pivot points. Those are made for your personal stability and relay of the current market situation.If the market is falling then the Pivot Point is where it will stabilize or rebound. If the market is rising then the Pivot Point is where it will stabilize or drop.

Actually there is no aty economic features behind this but as thousands of people using it everyday, it can reflect the situation pretty accurate. In other way, the Market itself workaround the Pivot Points.

It helps forsee the future situation making a smart investing, plan your trading and be always a plus while trading. Keeping an eye on the Pivot changes is not so complicated to perform, but you will be surprised how handy it can come up to you in the end.

As for come guidance in the usage – Calculator is dead easy to use.there are only few things that you have to print in from your last trading:

  • The High Price
  • The Low Price
  • The Closing Price

After all of the entering is finished your calculations will appear. You may set the number of decimal places in the online calculator. By default there are only two decimal places.

 

Also Pivot Calculators have a formulas feature that can shortcut your calculations to get just the right numbers in no time. Here some of the most used of them:

 

 

Classic Pivot Points

  • Pivot Point (PP) = (High price (H) + Low price (L) + Close price (C)) / 3
  • Resistance Level (R1) = (2 * PP) − Low price (L)
  • Resistance Level (R2) = PP + (High price (H) − Low price (L))
  • Resistance Level (R3) = High + 2 * (PP − Low price (L))
  • Support Level (S1) = (2 * PP) − High price (H)
  • Support Level (S2) = PP − (High price (H) − Low price (L))
  • Support Level (S3) = Low price (L) − 2 * (High price (H) − PP)

Woodie’s Pivot Points

  • Pivot Point (PP) = (High price (H) + Low price (L) + 2 * Close price (C)) / 4
  • Resistance Level (R1) = (2 * PP) − Low price (L)
  • Resistance Level (R2) = PP + (High price (H) − Low price (L))
  • Support Level (S1) = (2 * PP) − High price (H)
  • Support Level (S2) = PP − (High price (H) − Low price (L))

Camarilla Pivot Points

  • Pivot Point (PP) = (High price (H) + Low price (L) + Close price (C)) / 3
  • Resistance Level (R1) = Close price (C) + (High price (H) − Low price (L)) * 1.1 / 12
  • Resistance Level (R2) = Close price (C) + (High price (H) − Low price (L)) * 1.1 / 6
  • Resistance Level (R3) = Close price (C) + (High price (H) − Low price (L)) * 1.1 / 4
  • Resistance Level (R4) = Close price (C) + (High price (H) − Low price (L)) * 1.1 / 2
  • Support Level (S1) = Close price (C) − (High price (H) − Low price (L)) * 1.1 / 12
  • Support Level (S2) = Close price (C) − (High price (H) − Low price (L)) * 1.1 / 6
  • Support Level (S3) = Close price (C) − (High price (H) − Low price (L)) * 1.1 / 4
  • Support Level (S4) = Close price (C) − (High price (H) − Low price (L)) * 1.1 / 2
 
 
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