How to detect pinbar candles (reversal) before candle closure

Apr 27 at 20:55
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Member Since May 27, 2016   3 posts
Apr 27 at 20:55
Using price action strategy that I'm focusing on, the problem is that I enter always too late.
Strategy works well when there is a rejection but I need to understand before candle closure if that will be a rejection candle (pinbar) or not.
There is an indicator for tradingview or something else to understand this situation ?
Thank you very much
Member Since May 08, 2024   3 posts
May 11 at 13:31
Check 5 seconds before closure of the candle to see if there is a high probability that it matches the profile a pin bar. For example, if a M15 candle looks like a pin bar 5 seconds before the bar closes, then take your trading action at the Open of the new next bar.
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Member Since Feb 12, 2016   58 posts
May 14 at 18:52
frankge973 posted:
Using price action strategy that I'm focusing on, the problem is that I enter always too late.
Strategy works well when there is a rejection but I need to understand before candle closure if that will be a rejection candle (pinbar) or not.
There is an indicator for tradingview or something else to understand this situation ?
Thank you very much
To anticipate potential rejection candles like pin bars before their closure, you can use leading indicators such as the Relative Strength Index (RSI) or the Stochastic Oscillator in combination with price action analysis. These indicators can provide insights into overbought or oversold conditions, helping you gauge the likelihood of a reversal. Additionally, consider incorporating volume analysis, as spikes in volume during price rejections can validate the strength of the reversal signal. Experiment with different indicators and combinations to find what works best for your strategy and improves your timing of entries.
Member Since May 27, 2016   3 posts
May 15 at 06:36
bardachok posted:
frankge973 posted:
Using price action strategy that I'm focusing on, the problem is that I enter always too late.
Strategy works well when there is a rejection but I need to understand before candle closure if that will be a rejection candle (pinbar) or not.
There is an indicator for tradingview or something else to understand this situation ?
Thank you very much
To anticipate potential rejection candles like pin bars before their closure, you can use leading indicators such as the Relative Strength Index (RSI) or the Stochastic Oscillator in combination with price action analysis. These indicators can provide insights into overbought or oversold conditions, helping you gauge the likelihood of a reversal. Additionally, consider incorporating volume analysis, as spikes in volume during price rejections can validate the strength of the reversal signal. Experiment with different indicators and combinations to find what works best for your strategy and improves your timing of entries.
Which volume indicator can I use in Tradingview tf M5 ? If thee are spikes in volume it is probably a reversal ?
Member Since May 27, 2016   3 posts
May 16 at 10:38
bardachok posted:
frankge973 posted:
Using price action strategy that I'm focusing on, the problem is that I enter always too late.
Strategy works well when there is a rejection but I need to understand before candle closure if that will be a rejection candle (pinbar) or not.
There is an indicator for tradingview or something else to understand this situation ?
Thank you very much
To anticipate potential rejection candles like pin bars before their closure, you can use leading indicators such as the Relative Strength Index (RSI) or the Stochastic Oscillator in combination with price action analysis. These indicators can provide insights into overbought or oversold conditions, helping you gauge the likelihood of a reversal. Additionally, consider incorporating volume analysis, as spikes in volume during price rejections can validate the strength of the reversal signal. Experiment with different indicators and combinations to find what works best for your strategy and improves your timing of entries.
I check both Stochastic and RSI but appears not so accurate.....
Tried RSI if over 70 or below 30 in conjunction with price action.
the same for stoch over 80 or below 20...
period 11 because I use M5 TF
but enter trade wrongly or don't trade wrongly
maybe I miss something ?
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