Technical analysis made simple
Introducing Trade Signals, automated pattern recognition technology which identifies both emerging and broken out patterns across hundreds of instruments. Seamlessly integrated into your trading environment across devices.
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Simplify your market analysis with free Trade Signals
Let technology help identify your next trade opportunity
Choose between trade signals based on their success probability and pattern quality
Go from analysis to trade at the click of a button
Manage your risk with suggested take-profit and stop loss levels
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Available across multiple products and asset classes
Detect a wide range of opportunities
Ideal for all types of traders, Trade Signals identifies both emerging and completed Support & Resistance, Chart, and Fibonacci patterns across hundreds of instruments in FX, stocks, and stock CFDs. Use it for trade inspiration or to confirm your own trade ideas and analysis. Trade Signals powered by Autochartist also helps you identify key levels for stop losses and take profits, giving you a potential entry and exit strategy.
Read our article Trading with Discipline to learn about employing a structured approach with technical analysis, or watch a webinar hosted by the subject matter experts at our parent company Saxo Bank A/S.
TRADE SIGNALS WEBINAR
Get a deeper understanding of Trade Signals from a webinar with Autochartist CEO Ilan Azbel and Saxo Group Technical Analyst Kim Cramer Larsson.
TECHNICAL ANALYSIS WEBINAR
Learn more about triangles, head and shoulders, support and resistance levels from Saxo Group Technical Analyst Kim Cramer Larsson.
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