Trend analysis- is the market going up or down?
Understanding current and anticipated direction is paramount for success
Traders must analyze the market trend with accuracy to execute the highest probability trades.

Determining direction using the chart background-color

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When the small trigger lines cross over the large or remain above the large trigger lines, the background will be GREEN. see picture above
When the small triggers cross under the large or remain below the large trigger lines, the background will be RED. see picture above
The following chart is an 8-range chart. The exact trigger line rules you learned above apply to every style and time-frame chart using trigger line indicators.
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Next, we will look at the most common looks you encounter while learning the trend analysis.

Small Triggers above the Large TREND LIKELY TO CONTINUE

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Small Triggers below the Large TREND LIKELY TO CONTINUE

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Small Trigger inside the Large TREND LIKELY TO CONTINUE

The trend may continue when both triggers are crossed up and trending inside each other.
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This is an example small chart configuration you can trade while the small 13-2 triggers are inside of the large triggers in the example above. Trend Trade rules will be taught in a later section.
click to enlarge- small charts must agree when 13-2 triggers are trending together

Small Trigger inside the Large TREND LIKELY TO CONTINUE

The trend may continue when both triggers are crossed down and trending inside each other.
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Trigger lines reach the Fibonacci - TREND LIKELY TO STOP

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Trigger lines reach the Fibonacci - TREND LIKELY TO STOP

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VIDEO: Fibonacci vs Trigger Line Location Training Video

Location of the small vs. large triggers

When the price touches the Fibonacci lines, if the small trigger is inside the large trigger, you will expect the Fibonacci line may reverse the market. Conversely, the Fibonacci area may break when the trigger lines are wide, and the small triggers are not touching the large triggers.
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Location of small vs. large triggers on short time-frame charts

While learning trade entries later in the material, remember that the small vs. large trigger location is significant.
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When all three charts have strong favorable trigger line conditions, this will indicate the trend is likely to continue. The following trigger line configuration on all three charts suggests that the trend will likely continue to the next Fibonacci area.
click to enlarge- trend is likely to continue up
click to enlarge- trend is likely to continue down