What are the technical indicators in the Forex chart?

For foreign exchange novices, to face the exchange rate fluctuations of the foreign exchange field intuitively, we must first learn to look at various foreign exchange charts. So, what are the technical indicators in the Forex chart? Q: Which are the most commonly used indicators? A: The GTS Forex chart contains more than 150 price and swing indicators. The most commonly used indicators include moving average, MACD, RSI, Stochastics, Bollinger Bands, momentum, homeopathic (CCI), average Trend indicator (ADX), parabolic SAR, rate of change indicator, etc. Q: What is Gann Fan? A: The Gann angle line was invented by W.D. Gann, which plots time and price through the geometrical angles in the chart to predict price movements. The Gann angle line is drawn in a similar way to the Fibonacci line, from left to right, from a highest price pole to a lowest price pole, or from a lowest price pole to a highest price pole. Q: What is Andrew's Pitchfork? A: The Andrew Tuning Fork is a technical indicator that uses three parallel trend lines to determine possible support and resistance levels. The trend line is drawn by drawing three points on the determined trend. These three points are usually placed on three consecutive peaks or troughs. After drawing three points, draw a line from the first point so that it intersects the midpoints of the remaining two points. Andrew's tuning fork line is also known as "the midline research". Q: What is the speed resistance line? A: The speed resistance line is a technical analysis tool used to study areas where there may be support points and resistance points. This tool consists of three trend lines drawn by the first line from the latest lowest price point to the latest highest price point/assets when the asset is rising from the latest highest price point to the latest lowest price point. Trendline. The other two trend lines have smaller angles to predict areas where resistance may be encountered when the price is adjusted back. Q: What is the relative strength indicator/single indicator/momentum indicator/homeopathic indicator (or any similar swing indicator)? A: The swing indicators such as the Relative Strength Index/Stochastic/Momentum/Homeopath are generally technical tools. The results of the trend indicator are used to plot the interval between the two extremes to find short-term overbought or oversold. When the value of the swing indicator is close to the upper limit, it can be regarded as overbought, and when it is close to the lower limit, it is regarded as oversold. Q: What is the Bollinger Band? A: The Bollinger Band is an interval (usually 20 days) drawn at two standard deviations from the simple moving average. The Bollinger Band is generally used to measure volatility, and technical traders can also use it to generate trading signals. Q: What is the parabolic turn indicator? A: This is a technical analysis strategy that uses the Stop Loss Steering Method (SAR) or Stop Loss Steering Point to determine the exit and entry points.