How to trade with Parabolic SAR & ATR

16 May, 2019

22 May 11:00 AM GMT

The Parabolic SAR identifies possible reversals in trends while ATR is a technical analysis indicator that measures market volatility. Join Andria as she shows you how to combine these two key indicators into any trading strategy:

  • What are the ATR & Parabolic SAR
  • How they can help with both your Stop Loss and Take Profit
  • Their strengths and weaknesses

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