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Tutorials Beginner's Guide to TA

Beginner's Guide to TA

10 – Tips on Using Indicators

It's time to get serious! From here on out we're going to be concocting consistent trades, using the instruments seen in the past lessons. Before...

09 – Combining Fundamental and Technical Analysis

Technical Analysis definitely has a magnetic pull. It's difficult to resist the temptation to use the wide array of technical indicators available, creating masterpieces...

08 – Momentum Indicators

If one thing is certain about Forex, it is that it trends. Not always and never forever, but market trends do definitely emerge, and...

07 – Bands and Envelopes

Technical Analysis is a curious pursuit. Charts attract all walks of life; not just those mathematically inclined. Maybe the rhythmic patterns appeal to us on a...

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...

05 – Chart Patterns

To the uninitiated, a chart is just random noise. To a trader, it's a precise portrait of the past. By isolating and analysing chart...

04 – Fibonacci Levels

You would not think that one of the most popular modern technical analysis tools would be named after a 13th century monk, but then...

03 – Moving Averages

Moving averages are a staple in the Forex trader's arsenal. They help the discerning trader identify, and trade in alignment with, the trend. Both critical...

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 – Support and Resistance

For the bushy-tailed and bright-eyed newcomer, technical analysis of the Forex market often becomes an obsession. I know for me it was. Although you will learn...
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