pivot point calculator

Amazing New Easy-To-Use Proprietary Multi Function
Pivot Point Calculator - Traders Calculator
That Times Your Entry and Exit
For Minimum Risk And Maximum PROFIT!

"Now You Don't Need To Own Expensive Trading Software To
Make Money In The Markets..."

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pivot point calculator

Let's go through the Traders Calculator tools one at a time...

Swing Calculator

The calculator is used to project your Entry Point, Stop Loss, Profit Target, Your Gain/Profit, number of points to your Entry Point and the number of Units/Lots to place.

swing calculator

Enter the figures...

 S1 = Is the first swing price
 S2 = Is the second swing price
 S3 = Is the final swing price

swing target profit

Acceptable Loss is the amount you're willing to lose.

The Spread is the difference between the Bid and Ask or the Pip spread in a currency pair.

After pressing Calculate you'll be presented with your...

1) Entry Point: This is the ideal entry price.
2) Stop Loss: Where to place your Stop Loss if entry price is reached.
3) Target: Your profit target and possible exit price level.
4) Gain: The amount you will win.
5) PTS To Entry: Number of points to your Entry Price.
6) No Of Units: How many units/lots/contracts you can place based on the information you've provided.

The Swing Calculator can be used on any time frame from
5 minutes up to a Daily, Weekly or Monthly time frames.


Full details on how to Swing Trade are in the
comprehensive manual which accompanies the
Trader's Calculator software


Risk-Per-Trade Calculator

One of the principles of risk management is the 2 percent rule. The rule states that no more than 2 percent of a total portfolio should be lost on any individual trade.

The 2 percent rule is designed to limit a trader's loss while preserving capital. It's powerful insurance because it provides a trader with a number; you know before you enter a trade how much you can afford to lose. Applying this principle, a trader can afford to be wrong numerous times and still live to see the next trading day.

risk per trade calculator

1) Enter the Percentage amount of your account you wish to risk on the trade, from 1 to 5.
2) Enter your total capital in the Account Value box.
3) Then you enter your chosen Entry Price.
4) And finally enter your chosen Stop Loss price.

After clicking the Calculate button. you'll be shown the Position Size. This is the number of contracts/lots you can purchase based on the information given.

You shouldn't trade without first knowing what your risk reward ratio is.


Fibonacci Calculator

Fibonacci Up: Calculations made for an UP trend.

fibonacci calculator

1) In the Retracement Levels area, enter the LOW point at in box A and the current HIGH point at in box B. Then click the Go--> button.

fib retracement

You will then be given all the possible retracement levels where the prices may bounce back UP from.

Details on how to recognise the reversal patterns
at the Fibonacci retracement levels are in the comprehensive manual which accompanies the
Trader's Calculator software.


2) In the Projection Levels area, enter the LOW point at in box A and the HIGH point at in box B, then the current LOW point at in box C.

fib extension

After clicking the Go--> button, you'll be shown all the possible Extension Levels to where the price may rise to before meeting resistance and stalling.

Fibonacci Down:
Same as the above but calculations are made for a DOWN trend.

fibonacci calculator

ATR: Average True Range Calculator

The Average True Range is a measure of volatility. If the ATR is rising, then you know that the volatility is rising. In which case you may wish to stay out of the market depending on your trading method and time frame. Basically if the volatility rises, then your STOP placement becomes more expensive because it's wider.

The ATR information can be used in the following ways:

1) Where to place a Stop Loss order. Many traders use the ATR for setting their stop losses.

2) To signal as to when a 10 day HIGH or LOW has occurred. The program automatically highlights when this event happens. This information can be used either for CHANNEL/RANGE traders, or for TREND following traders who use 10 day highs and lows for entry and exit signals.


How to profit using the ATR is revealed
in the manual which accompanies the
Trader's Calculator software.


Trading Range Forecaster

Would You Like To Know What The Next Day's Trading Range Is Likely To Be?

The Trading Range Forecaster will provide you with the Projected High and Low prices for the next day!  This is the very same information/formulae used by companies which advertise a service to provide you, with the next day's trading range prices...but they'll charge you a monthly subscription fee of between $100 and $200.

Another use for the Projected High and Low is for trading Barrier Range bets in Bet On Markets.

How to use the Projected High and Low for
profitable set ups is revealed in the trading
manual which accompanies the software.


Pivot Point Calculator

Pivot Points are used to determine critical price and support/resistance levels.

The general idea is to sell when R1 or R2 price level is hit, and buy when S1 or S2 price levels are hit. This of course assumes that you also have confirmation signal.

A Pivot Point is the price at which the direction of price movement changes. It is calculated using data from the previous trading day.

By looking at the high, low, and close, you can calculate the next day's pivot point as well as support and resistance levels.

pivot point calculator

You simply enter the previous day's Open, High, Low and Close prices, and the levels are automatically created.

Note that the ATR, Projected Low and High and Pivot Points are all calculated together on one line. This means that you get an instant guide for any convergence of price levels.

Example: if the Projected High is at the same level as a Resistance level in a Pivot Point calculation, and it's also at a Swing High then you can be more confident of entering (or exiting) the market. You would just need to wait for a simple reversal chart pattern to confirm your analysis.


Full details on recognising reversal patterns are
provided in the comprehensive manual which
accompanies the Trader's Calculator software.


OB/OS - Overbought/Oversold Calculator

overbought and oversold calculator

What's the best position to take in a sideways market?

When a balance exists between buyers and sellers, the balance is reflected by stationary or, at least, sideways price movements. The market may be up in the morning and down in the afternoon and close just about unchanged. On such days an overbought/oversold indicator will reflect this by registering a neutral reading of say 50 percent.

Because the lack of market direction provides no clue to subsequent price action, you have to look elsewhere for a clue as to which way prices are headed... higher or lower the next day.

We teach you a simple and unusual way to use this indicator which is highly profitable when a sideways market has been identified the day before. Needless to say it can't be revealed here.

Camarilla Calculator

camarilla buttons

As you can see there are TWO Camarilla Calculators. This is because one is the standard formulae and the other is a proprietary formulae which some companies charge a monthly fee to use. Hence you can own it yourself and save $1000s a year on subscription fees.

Camarilla (1)

camarilla calculator

Camarilla (2)

camarilla calculator

So what is Camarilla?
Just input the Open, High, Low and Closing price of your chosen market, then click the Calculate button to obtain the price levels for the following day.

The Camarilla Equation tells you the High and Low range for the next day. It also shows you the possible turning points and the breakout levels. The most important of these being the H3, H4, L3 and L4 levels which are used to gauge the likely retracement and break-out points.

The main way to use Camarilla equation is to wait for price to approach L3 or H3. When it does, it's expected that the market will reverse at those levels. So a position is opened (against the trend) and a protective stop loss is placed outside the L4 or H4 level.

A reversal candlestick pattern is all that's needed to give confirmation of a turning market. (Candle reversal patterns are included in the manual which accompanies this software.)

The RoadMap

Traders are often right about direction, but enter at the wrong time. This explains why so many traders enter a trade, quickly get stopped out, and then the market resumes in the original direction of their trade. They failed to TIME the market correctly.

You can be very educated about the markets, but if you don't know exactly when and where to get in and out, all the education in the world won't do you much good.

There are only 2 dimensions on a chart: the price axis and the time axis. And of the two, W.D. Gann said that time is more important than price.

Nearly all technical analysis focuses on price. Very few traders learn how to TIME the market with precision ... yet it is fully 1/2 of the information available on every chart. Therefore most traders ignore fully 1/2 of the information available to them on every chart! This is like trading with impaired vision.

The way to uncover the secret of timing the markets is by unveiling
the hidden power of market cycles.It's amazing that while all traders desperately want to know exactly where and when to enter and exit a trade, they don't even have a market cycle indicator on their chart!

The RoadMap was the most complex of all the formulas to put into a workable calculator. It's based on WD Ganns Square of Nine formula. And if you know anything about Gann then you'll understand how difficult this was to accomplish. However I have to say that the results are truly astounding!!!

We include free with the Traders Calculator, scanned PDF documents of Gann's original 'How To Trade', and his 'Mathematical Formula'. Two truly fascinating books.

And we do hope that once you've read some of his material you'll appreciate just how difficult it was to create a calculator which simplified the process.

traders calculator

I'll give you a basic idea:

  1. You input prices, which can be a high, low, close or price range.

  2. You then input the number of Trading Days and/or Calendar Days.

  3. Then, after you click the Calculate button, you will see if price and time have squared.

In the trading manual which accompanies our software, we show you some amazing real life examples which prove just how incredible the Road Map is.

We'll show you how to predict, well in advance, the days, weeks and even months where the turning points of a market are likely to occur. Also where the support and resistance levels will stall the market. These you will know days in advance. They can be used for possible entry points in a trend (should you have missed the initial entry signal).

The Road Map will increase your level of trading confidence to such a high degree that you'll realize that you've been trading blind for all this time.

No other software or indicator can possibly match what the Road Map can do. They're simply not in the same league!

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You obviously recognize the value of using a scientific and carefully calculated approach to reduce risk and maximize profits. Once you own this Traders Calculator, you'll wonder just how you ever managed to trade without it. In fact you shouldn't trade without it.

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Multi Function Traders Pivot Point Calculator