Pivot Point Calculator

The Pivot Point Calculator calculates Pivot, Support and Resistance levels for a given range using four of the most commonly used methods for calculating pivot points- Standard/Classic, Woodies, Camarilla and Demark's. Enter a High price, Low price, Close price and Open price. The Open price is only used in determination of the Demark's Pivot Points.

Pivot Point Calculator

Pivot > Standard Woodies Camarilla DeMarks
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About Pivot Points

Pivot Points are a commonly used technical analysis method and are points around which market prices are expected to "pivot" - or change direction. Pivot points are derived by factoring in previous high, low and close/current prices over a given range. For example, the daily pivot point would be calculated using the previous day's High, Low and Close price and would indicate a bullish outlook if the price is above the pivot point or a bearish outlook if below the pivot. Accompanying these pivot points is a series of corresponding resistance and support levels. Pivot Points have become a widely used trading tool - and therefore have become relatively self fulfilling - so should definitely become a part of any trader's arsenal.