# 1: Trading strategy with trendline

This price-action trading strategy is extremely simple to use.

The secret of trend lines is that price reacts and bounces off trendlines. So, if you know how to plot trendlines, you can predict where prices will bounce off trendlines and make trades based on them.


Just make sure to do yourself a favor: when using a trendline strategy, you need to be consistent in how you draw them.

Another important note is that the more trendlines are tested, the more likely they are to be broken, even in a short period of time.

Also, it is quite common for a trend line to break and then retest from the other side. If you see the price is pulling back, don't worry, it's just a pattern forming.

# 2: Trading strategy breaks out of the trendline

Think of this strategy as a complete counter to the # 1 strategy above.

With the trendline trading strategy, you are trading on times when the price bounces up or down the trend line. This means that the price respects the trend line.


With the trendline break trading strategy, rules come into effect when the trend line is broken by the price. This means the current trend has changed, so you need to find a way to exit orders based on strategy # 1 and now open orders in the opposite direction based on this # 2 strategy.

# 3: Support and resistance trading strategy

This simple strategy applies to any other market.



Traders will view support and resistance levels as ready-to-attack eagles. When the price acts in a way that tells them that the market will exit that support and go up, or if the price will reverse and go down from that resistance, then they will enter the order immediately.

By using price action analysis, you increase the probability of guessing whether support or resistance holds or breaks.

# 4: Trading strategy breaking support

What if tracking support but does not hold? No problem!

You still have a wide variety of price action structured trading methods that will help you trade when the price breaks out of support.


The great thing about this strategy is that there will come a time when you will catch a change from an uptrend to a downtrend after a critical support level has been broken. These types of transactions can make the majority of your trading profits for the year.

# 5: Trading strategy breaking resistance

When resistance is broken, the price will move upwards and may aim to make a new high.

Or, in the event of a breakdown of support, you will most likely encounter a bearish market turning into an uptrend.
There will be a price action pattern that shows you the probabilities of these thresholds holding or breaking. Usually, you will have to lower the timeframe lower to keep track of the patterns that help you set up your trade.

# 6: Multi-timeframe trading strategy with trendline and pattern 123

This strategy applies a really neat trick using a 123 pattern (also known as 123 reversal) as a buy or sells signal through the trendline trading system.

The strategy also received much praise from Vic Sperandeo (trader Vic) and like all good price action setups it uses the behind-the-market mechanism for its criteria.


This strategy is suitable for cautious traders who do not like to trade from a price bounce off the trendline but needs the breakout of the 1-2-3 pattern to enter the trade.

You will have a clear area for stop loss and entry defined by a breakout of support/resistance.

# 7: Pin Bar Frame D1 Trading Strategy

This is a great strategy if you like to trade D1 candlesticks, especially pin bars.


We all know how strong pin bars act as strong reversal candlesticks when they form particularly around support and resistance zones.

Why?

Because traders will notice if the top or bottom of the pinbar is broken, the chances of the market moving in that breakout direction increase dramatically and you will make a lot of profit pips following this method.

# 8: Inside Bar trading strategy

This price action trading strategy is based solely on a candlestick, the inside bar pattern, which is a pattern of one candle.


As the inside bars form, they show a period of low volatility as well as hesitation when traders cannot decide where the market will go next.

A breakout from the top or bottom of the inside bar usually results in a strong market move in the direction of the price breakout.

So you can say that when the inside bar forms, it's like a spring that curls up and ready to pop. The key is that they should be set up in an area where we can expect supply/demand imbalances. Look for the inside bars of clear support and resistance AND in trading method 123.

# 9: Trading strategy following a Railroad chart pattern

This is another interesting price action trading strategy in which you have two candles of nearly the same length but opposite insignificance, a bearish candle and a bullish candle or vice versa.


When you see this pattern, you should know that the trend is probably changing. And if you catch them forming within the support and resistance zones, that's a really good sign.

# 10: Support trading strategy turns into resistance and resistance turns into support

This price action trading system can be a bit confusing for new traders, but once you fully understand how it works, it becomes a truly powerful Trading System.


Here is the rationale behind this strategy:
  • Sometimes you will see the market move in a downtrend and break support levels. After that, prices will go down for a long time just to get back to support levels that have just been broken. Guess what that broken support level now turns into? Yes, a resistance level. So if you see a setup like the model train tracks or inside the bar, wouldn't that be a good trade for you?
  • On a buy trade, it would be the opposite of the case above ... the market moves up, breaks resistance levels, and continues up, then starts to fall back to the resistance it just broke. broken. The former resistance level usually acts as a support level - that's where you want to enter a buy.