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Forex Price Action Lesson 5 Support and Resistance

Forex Price Action Lesson 5 Support and Resistance

Mar 08, 2013 | FX Bootcamp

Forex Education and the Retail Forex Trader; Can the Small Guy Win?

Few markets can be as rewarding and punishing to the individual investor than the Global Forex trading marketplace.

Sep 29, 2011 | IBTimes

Exploring Trading Techniques Part I – Courting the Channel Breakout (Forex Education)

The channel breakout is one of the first technical trading techniques we learn. The idea is that if the market is able to push out of a restricted range of price action, it is attempting to move farther in the direction of the breakout. Conventionally, the width of the breakout can be used as the distance to the target in the direction of the breakout.

By Fan Yang | Nov 06, 2010 | FX Times

Parabolic SAR (Forex Education)

This Parabolic SAR(PSAR) indicator cannot to wearing alone, and how to read psar? In general this indicator using for determine trend which happened and determine changging of the trend. This indicator better in using for timeframe which is slow for example H1, H4, D1 or W1.

Sep 19, 2010 | AutoTradingFx

Learning to trade with Pivot Points (Forex Education)

We are going to show you the way we trade Forex using Pivot points. We calculate Pivot points on daily basis using daily charts and then use those Pivot levels on 15 minute charts - our main charts - where we will look for entries, stops and exits. We use 15 minute time frame because it allows catching the best entry and exit opportunities.

By Roger Baettig | Sep 08, 2010 | IBTimes

Pivot Points and Market Opens (Forex Education)

Many strategies can be developed using the pivot level as a base, but the accuracy of using pivot lines increases when candlestick patterns can also be identified. For example, if prices traded below the central pivot (P) for most of the session and then made a foray above the pivot while simultane...

By Roger Baettig | Sep 05, 2010 | IBTimes

How to calculate Pivot Point? (Forex Education)

Pivot points strategy has been around for a long time and is very important for Forex traders. Pivot points show us the levels at which the direction of price movement may change. With couple of simple calculations Forex traders are able to have a general idea where the price movement is heading to during the day.

By Roger Baettig | Sep 05, 2010 | IBTimes

Using Pivot Points In Forex Trading (Forex Education)

Trading requires reference points (support and resistance), which are used to determine when to enter the market, place stops and take profits. However, many beginning traders divert too much attention to technical indicators such as moving average convergence divergence (MACD) and relative strength index (RSI) (to name a few) and fail to identify a point that defines risk.

By Jamie Saettele | Sep 04, 2010 | DailyFX

Support & Resistance with Pivot Points (Forex Education)

Professional traders and market makers use pivot points to identify important support and resistance levels. Simply put, a pivot point and its support/resistance levels are areas at which the direction of price movement can possibly change.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

Trading with MACD (Forex Education)

- MACD line - the difference between the 12 and 26 period EMA. - Signal line - the 9 period EMA of the MACD line. - Histogram - a visual representation of the difference between the MACD line and the signal line.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

Forex Trading with Moving Averages (Forex Education) - Part 1

A Moving Average is a technical indicator that measures the average price or exchange rate of a currency pair over a specified time frame.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

Forex Trading with Moving Averages (Forex Education) - Part 2

- The most widely used Moving Averages are the 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 - Moving Averages can be used individually or in combination...20, 50 and 200 for example - All candles are weighted equally in an SMA while in an EMA recent candles are weighted more heavily in the calculation.

By Roger Baettig | Aug 31, 2010 | IBTimes

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