# Pivot Point Calculator

Want to easily identify significant daily, weekly, and monthly support and resistance price levels on your chart? Use our advanced Pivot Point calculator and let us do the calculations for you.

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### What are Pivot Points?

Pivot points are a technical analysis indicator used by traders to determine potential support and resistance levels and how prices could potentially turn. They are calculated based on the previous day’s low, high, and closing prices. Traders use pivot points and the support and resistance levels they provide to identify potential entry or exit points, and stop-loss prices for their trades.

### How to calculate Pivot Points?

To use the Pivot Point Calculator, please enter the previous day high price, previous day low price, previous day open price and previous day close price. Once you've entered the previous period's data, please click 'Calculate' and the Pivot points calculator will determine the pivot point levels (or pivot point price) for you.

## How Does The Pivot Point Calculator Work?

There are different types of pivot point calculation methods. To calculate either of these, the following variables are required: previous high price (H), previous low price (L) , previous open price (O) and previous close price (C). Some formulas also require Resistances levels (R) and Support levels (S).

### Standard (Floor)

The floor Pivot Points, also known as Standard Pivots and are the most basic type of pivot points used in Forex. They are price-based support & resistance levels and can be calculated using a previous period's low, high, and closing prices. The following Floor pivot point formulas are used to calculate the values:

PP = (H + L + C) / 3
R1 = (2 x PP) - L
S1 = (2 x PP) - H
R2 = PP + (R1 - S1)
S2 = PP - (R1 - S1)
R3 = H + 2 x (PP - L)
S3 = L - 2 x (H - PP)

### Woodie

Woodie's Pivot Points are a special type of pivot points made up of various key levels. They are calculated using previous price point values. The following Woodie pivot point formulas are used to calculate the values

PP = (H + L + (2 x C)) / 4
R1 = (2 x PP) - L
S1 = (2 x PP) - H
R2 = PP + H - L
S2 = P - H + L

### Camarilla

Camarilla pivot points are a set of eight very probable levels which resemble support and resistance values for a current trend. The following Camarilla pivot point formulas are used to calculate pivot point levels:

PP = (H + L + C) / 3
R1 = C + ((H -L x 1.1/12)
S1 = C - ((H -L) x 1.1/12)
R2 = C + ((H - L) x 1.1/6)
S2 = C - ((H - L) x 1.1/6)
R3 = C + ((H - L) x 1.1/4)
S3 = C - ((H - L) x 1.1/4)
R4 = C + ((H - L) x 1.1/2)
S4 = C - ((H - L) x 1.1/2)

### Tom DeMark's

Tom DeMark's pivot points are the predicted lows and highs of the period. They can be calculated using the following formula:

If Close < Open: X = H + (2 x L) + C
If Close > Open: X = (2 x H) + L + C
If Close = Open: X = H + L + (2 x C)
R1 = X / 2 - L
S1 = X / 2 - H

### Fibonacci

Fibonacci pivot points are one of the most popular types of forex indicators used to find the support and resistance levels. The following Fibonacci formulas are used to calculate the values:

PP = (H + L + C) / 3
R1 = PP + ((H - L) x 0.382)
S1 = PP - ((H - L) x 0.382)
R2 = PP + ((H - L) x 0.618)
S2 = PP - ((H - L) x 0.618)
R3 = PP + ((H - L) x 1.000)
S3 = PP - ((H - L) x 1.000)

## Why use the Pivot Point Calculator?

Due to its predictive qualities, Pivot Points are considered to be one of the leading indicators on the market. With our advanced calculator, you can skip the maths and jump straight into the fun part and trade pivot points!

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