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# Pivot Points Calculator

The presented pivot points calculator will instantly generate pivot points in four different systems for you. Just fill the form below with the previous period's data and press the Calculate button.

Results
Floor Pivot Points
Woodie's Pivot Points
Camarilla Pivot Points
DeMark's Pivot Points
4th Resistance
3rd Resistance
2nd Resistance
1st Resistance
Pivot Point
1st Support
2nd Support
3rd Support
4th Support

## Pivot Point Calculator Rules

### Floor

The floor pivot points, presented in the first column of the calculation results table, are the most basic and popular type of pivots used in Forex trading technical analysis. The pivot point is interpreted as the primary support/resistance level — the point at which the main trend will be born. First to third level resistance and support points serve as additional indicators of possible trend reversal or continuation. The formula to calculate floor pivot points is quite simple:

Pivot (P) = (H + L + C) / 3

Resistance (R1) = (2 × P) − L

R2 = P + H − L

R3 = H + 2 × (P − L)

Support (S1) = (2 × P) − H

S2 = P − H + L

S3 = L − 2 × (H − P)

### Tom DeMark's

Another popular method of calculating the pivots to forecast the future of the trend is Tom DeMark's pivot points, which are not pivot points exactly, but are a kind of high and low forecasts for the period. To calculate DeMark's pivot points, you can follow these rules:

If Close < Open Then X = H + 2 × L + C

If Close > Open Then X = 2 × H + L + C

If Close = Open Then X = H + L + 2 × C

New High = X / 2 − L

New Low = X / 2 − H

### Woodie's

Woodie's pivot points are similar to floor pivot points, but are calculated in a somewhat different way, giving more weight to the Close price of the previous period. To calculate Woodie's pivot points, the presented pivot point calculator uses the following rules:

Pivot (P) = (H + L + 2 × C) / 4

Resistance (R1) = (2 × P) − L

R2 = P + H − L

Support (S1) = (2 × P) − H

S2 = P − H + L

### Camarilla

Camarilla pivot points are a set of eight very probable levels, which resemble support and resistance values for the current trend. The origin and the precise way to calculate these pivot points are unclear. The most important fact is that these pivot points work for all traders and help in setting the right stop-loss and take-profit orders. The following rules are used to calculate Camarilla pivot points.

You can find a history of the Camarilla pivot points method and some interesting examples of its usage in a short e-book called Camarilla Levels.

R4 = (H − L) × 1.1 / 2 + C

R3 = (H − L) × 1.1 / 4 + C

R2 = (H − L) × 1.1 / 6 + C

R1 = (H − L) × 1.1 / 12 + C

S1 = C − (H − L) × 1.1 / 12

S2 = C − (H − L) × 1.1 / 6

S3 = C − (H − L) × 1.1 / 4

S4 = C − (H − L) × 1.1 / 2

### You might also be interested in our Fibonacci calculator

It will help you to calculate the retracement levels of the completed trend waves. The resulting levels can then be used in combination with pivots generated by this calculator to fine-tune your entry and exit levels.