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02 – Candlesticks

The development of the school of charting called Candlestick analysis is initially credited to a 17th century Japanese rice trader named Homma form the...

01 – Types of Charts

One of the most basic foundations of technical analysis is watching price charts. There are three popular types of charts used by forex traders...

07 – Gold (XAU/USD) – Reasons Why Gold is Traded

As an investment, gold is the most popular of the precious metals Investors generally buy gold as a hedge or safe haven harbor during economic,...

02 – Economic Releases You Can Trade

The forex economic calendar is one of the most useful tools for traders, especially those who incorporate fundamental analysis in determining their currency biases....

04 – Trading Event Risk: Trading Headlines

After going through the highly organised data releases and central bank decisions, there is one last piece of fundamental analysis that you need to...

06 – Oscillators

The markets are said to trade within a range 70-80% of the time. Trends are the exception, and not the rule. So what to do...

06 – Types of Forex Charts: Line Chart v Bar Chart v Candle Chart

Forex traders use charts to determine market direction and identify possible buying and selling opportunities. There are three types of charts commonly used in...

04 – How to Trade Forex

Currency pairs and rates All currencies in forex trading are quoted in pairs, one against another. Their names are given as a three letter abbreviation...

21 – Understanding Harmonic Price Patterns

Harmonic price patterns comprise another set of chart formations involving Fibonacci retracement and extension levels. The rule of thumb in trading these patterns is...

02 – Understanding Drawdown

Drawdown is defined as a considerable reduction in your account due to a series of losing trades. This can be calculated by getting the...

01 – Monetary Policy and Central Banks

Monetary policy and interest rate expectations play a central role in fundamental analysis, as these determine the rate of return for holding a country's...

03 – Forex Basics

Easy to grasp, difficult to master. Forex and FX are interchangeable abbreviations for Foreign Exchange, which is a term used to refer to the global...

01 – Fundamental Analysis Overview

As you have already read, Fundamental analysis is studying the economic fundamentals of a currency, country, or economy. Economic fundamentals really is a very...

07 – The Importance of Keeping a Trade Journal

While the idea of keeping track of every single trade idea, decision, and outcome seems tedious, it could hold the key for forex trading...

01 – Trading Psychology Tips for Beginners

If you're a new trader trying to make sense of forex market movements and making money while you're at it, the whole experience can...

04 – Understanding Market Sentiment

Briefly introduced in the earlier sections is the concept of market sentiment, which involves gauging whether traders are in the mood to take on...

10 – How to Learn from Your Winning Trades

While the previous section focused on how you can learn from your losing trades, this article breaks down how you can learn from winning...

13 – Using the Fibonacci Tool with Trend Lines

As discussed in the previous sections, Fibonacci retracement is often used during trending market environments so it makes sense to combine it with the...

06 – What is a Technical Indicator

Technical Indicators are a result of mathematical calculations/algorithms designed by professional traders and are based on indications of price or volume. The values obtained are...

09 – Chart Patterns – Continuation

Ascending Triangle - Bullish Continuation Pattern: The Ascending Triangle is one of the most reliable bullish continuation or accumulation patterns. It is characterized by a...
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