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Price structure

To define a trend on a chart, you can use price action. Start by identifying swing highs and swing lows on a chart.

Swing highs

A swing high, as used in this course, is defined by a high point on the chart, where there are two candles closed on the right hand side and two candles also closed on the left hand side – they all have lower highs.

Swing lows

A swing low, as used in this course, is defined by a low point on the chart, where there are two candles closed on the right hand side and two candles also closed on the left hand side – they all have higher lows.

Identifying swing highs and lows allows you to identify trends. For an uptrend you are looking for higher highs and higher lows. For a downtrend, you are looking for lowers lows and lower highs.