At the end of the day, your job as a trader is to buy low and sell high.
One of the easiest (and the most effective) things you can do to make successful trades is learn how to find future high prices and future low prices.
This is also the key to predicting any U-turns that may happen.
Understanding where the high prices are and where those low prices could form can give you the edge you need when trading stocks
But you don’t need a crystal ball. You can predict future market price direction by using previous market history trend lines. Market history plays a big role in finding your market direction since the market often U-turns at previous market highs and lows.
Ever wonder why the market has constant high support and resistance at certain price points? You guessed it: It’s all due to previous market history.