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Forex Trading Strategies
Do you really need a stop loss? The quick answer is: “yes.” The long form of the answer is “yes, if you choose not to blow up your Forex trading account.”
While the obvious way to measure a strategy’s success is to look at the profits & losses, there are other things to consider when choosing a trading strategy.
One of the most common ways to trade the Forex market, is to use a moving average trading strategy. Let’s explore some of the common ways to use moving averages
Trading with inside bars is a very popular trading method because it is believed to a be an excellent way to find high reward, low-risk trade entries. Read More.
Historically, pivot points are one of the most popular technical tools used by Forex traders, regardless of their level of experience in the markets.
Now that we are a few weeks away from the end of 2017 & the start of 2018, we may identify the trading strategies that performed best in the Forex market in 2017?
Working with Forex signals, may give you the guidance, ideas, & interpretation you require before trading, focusing on day trading.
In deciding which is a better approach to take in picking trend trade entries, don’t forget that taking more frequent profits should result in a compounding effect which magnifies overall profit.
What are the differences between day trading and swing trading? Is either trading style a good idea for you?
Obviously, the concept of market timing is primarily applied to stocks on the long side, i.e. timing the buying of stocks. We can test the question of whether “market timing” is a waste of time in Forex using a very simple technical method applied to historical stock market data.
A comparison of the Metatrader 4 and Metatrader 5 trading platforms, providing a Metatrader review of which alternative is more suitable for different traders.
A comparison of stock trading and forex trading, enquiring which is more suitable and profitable for differentially capitalized traders.
One of the easier ways to make progress with Forex trading is to “zoom out” from a chart, instead of “zooming in”. By zooming out you can see more and more information, which usually gives an increasingly reliable picture as to whether the price is more likely to up, down, or sideways in the near future. Determining this trend is what successful trading is all about.
Retail Forex traders have two things going for them that they can use to grow their trading accounts, both of which can be easily identified by using freely available price charts. This article will show you how you can succeed at doing both and profit from trend trading.
These kinds of systems have many names but are most commonly known as market cycle systems. It is worth considering carefully whether they are ever worth following.