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In this lesson of Module 4, Workshop 11, we will discuss the concept of Momentum Slope Analysis.

As we discussed we Simplified our price action Momentum Analysis into 2 methods, And will discuss the 2nd method of momentum slope analysis and its application in this workshop.

To analyze the Strength and Weaknesses of an established uptrend, we compare the slope of the last two dynamic support lines.

No change in slope means the strength of the trend is constant.
Again Compare the slope of the last two dynamic support lines. An increase in the slope means the strength of the trend is increasing.
Again Compare the slope of the last two dynamic support lines.
A decrease in the slope means the strength of the trend is decreasing.

In the Momentum slope Analysis of an established downtrend, Compare the slope of the last two dynamic resistance lines.

No change in slope means the strength of the trend is constant. Again Compare the slope of the last two dynamic resistance lines. An increase in the slope means the strength of the trend is increasing.
Again Compare the slope of the last two dynamic resistance lines.
A decrease in the slope means the strength of the trend is decreasing.

In this lesson of Module 4, Workshop 10, we will discuss the application of Momentum Range Analysis.

In Price action Algo Trading, we mainly use the trend-following setup, which provides a high win rate, and will be discussed in modules 5-11 in detail.

So you have to recognize and only trade the trending patterns and not sideways patterns.

As you have seen in the previous module, the interconversion of sideways to trend and vise versa is a gradual phenomenon and many traders miss recognizing these smooth transitions in real-time.

By using the momentum to analyze the Strength and Weakness of the “Trend”, you can get an early indication of when a trend is forming and when it is at the late stage and lost its momentum.

When analysis of momentum indicates that the trend is weakened, you should not take any new position and be prepared to close all open positions.