Trading Up-Close: Pivot Points

July 25, 2019
Learn about using Pivot Points to help identify potential support and resistance levels.

Lee Bohl takes you through the important ways that using Pivot Points can be part of an overall trading strategy. He explains how the Pivot Points tool can be utilized to help identify potential support and resistance levels and give you a better idea of when to enter and exit trades.

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