Day Trading by Pivot

If you are wondering about how to day trade stocks, then you must learn the use of support and resistance levels, also called pivot levels. For intra day trading, pivot levels are among the best day trading tools. Daytraders always use these levels to anticipate market movements and often base their trade entry or exits near these levels. Almost all stock trading platforms provide tools to calculate these levels. Stock trading softwares also provide automated pivot levels.

To help online stock traders, we bring daily pivot levels from major stock indexes in global stock markets.

These levels are based on previous closing (daily chart). If markets make big intra-day movement (up or down) then these levels could be broken.

Pivot Trading : U.S. Stock Markets:

Pivot Trading: European Stock Markets

Pivot Trading : Indian Stock Markets:

2 Responses to Day Trading by Pivot

  1. sathish says:

    I am using pivot points for intraday

    during volatile markets my stop losses are triggering.

    Is there any solution to use pivots during the volatile markets.

    during Feb, Mar And Upto April 20th. I am in profits.

    from April 20th to till to day. I am in Loss.

    • Administrator says:

      Volatile markets are best traded in the second half when a clear range becomes visible on charts. Then it becomes easy to identify top (resistance) and bottom (support) levels. Volatile markets require lots of patience in trading.

      Secondly, you can consult 15-minutes candlestick chart from previous day’s session and understand the support or resistance levels during closing hour of that day (use last 4 candles to check levels). Use those levels as the first range of a new session and above that range, go long, below that range try a short position. Do not over trade, do not trade in many lots. Volatile markets will eat all your capital if you over trade.

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