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Introduction to Forex - Pip Calculations Part 1 | Forex Trading Tutorials
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA How to calculate PIP value? Here is an example of how to calculate the value of 1 Pip for one 10k lot of EUR/USD where the base currency of the account is USD. Start with 10,000. Multiply 10,000 by .0001 since 1/10,000th is a pip for all pairs (except JPY pairs). 10,000* .0001 = 1. You now know each pip is worth 1 USD. That will be valued in the “counter currency” (second currency) of the pair. In this example, we are using the EUR/USD, so USD is the counter currency of the pair. Here, 1 pip is worth 1 USD dollar for 1 - 10k lot of EUR/USD. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gUBpRFL-hcs Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Calculations , Introduction , Forex , Pip
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Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Swaps | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Swaps Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Swaps Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Swaps Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Swaps Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Swaps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vbn0vK8tc2c Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Basic, Concepts ,of, Trading , Understanding ,Swaps
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Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Call Policy | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Call Policy Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Call Policy Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Call Policy Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Call Policy Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Call Policy Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Call Policy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2kV5kyHiKw Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Basic, Concepts, of ,Trading ,Margin, Call ,Policy
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Introduction to Forex - Pip Calculations Part 2
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA With our range of online CFD Calculators you can complete a number of important trading calculations. Each of the individual FX Calculators uses the latest rates, and calculations can be made using numerous currency pairs. You can also change the values into one of the seven account currencies your trading account is denominated in. On this page you’ll find several CFD Calculators, as well as further information about forex rates. Easily Make Trading Calculations For a quick calculation, use the FxPro All-In-One FX Calculator. Simply Enter the appropriate currency pair, account currency, leverage and position size and click ’Calculate’ to receive all the important FX rate information. Our range of calculators includes the Margin Calculator, which works out how much margin is needed to open a position, and the Profit Calculator, which shows the performance of previous trades, factoring in all the fees. Every FX Calculator includes an explanation of how the calculations are worked out and allows the values to be changed depending on your needs. Further Applications FX Calculators that work out the pip value of each position in your chosen currency, as well as our Currency Converter and cTrader Commission Calculator are all vital for forex traders. FxPro also has a mobile app available for both Apple and Android devices, which includes all these CFD Calculators to help you trade on the go. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfgvtaOCufM Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Calculations , Pip , Introduction , Forex
Views: 1189 Trading Forex
Introduction to Forex - Pip Calculations Part 3 |  | Forex Trading Tutorials
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA With our range of online CFD Calculators you can complete a number of important trading calculations. Each of the individual FX Calculators uses the latest rates, and calculations can be made using numerous currency pairs. You can also change the values into one of the seven account currencies your trading account is denominated in. On this page you’ll find several CFD Calculators, as well as further information about forex rates. Easily Make Trading Calculations For a quick calculation, use the FxPro All-In-One FX Calculator. Simply Enter the appropriate currency pair, account currency, leverage and position size and click ’Calculate’ to receive all the important FX rate information. Our range of calculators includes the Margin Calculator, which works out how much margin is needed to open a position, and the Profit Calculator, which shows the performance of previous trades, factoring in all the fees. Every FX Calculator includes an explanation of how the calculations are worked out and allows the values to be changed depending on your needs. Further Applications FX Calculators that work out the pip value of each position in your chosen currency, as well as our Currency Converter and cTrader Commission Calculator are all vital for forex traders. FxPro also has a mobile app available for both Apple and Android devices, which includes all these CFD Calculators to help you trade on the gO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sl55zG8t4EM Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Pip , Calculations , Part 3, Introduction , Forex
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Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Requirement Calculations | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Requirement Calculations Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Requirement Calculations Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Requirement Calculations Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Requirement Calculations Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Requirement Calculations Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Requirement Calculations Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Requirement Calculations Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Requirement Calculations Basic Concepts of Trading - Margin Requirement Calculations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lZQ7NH-Xu98 Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Basic, Concepts, of ,Trading ,- Margin ,Requirement,
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Forex Money Management Training | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Forex Money Management Training Forex Money Management Training Forex Money Management Training Forex Money Management Training Forex Money Management Training Forex Money Management Training https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-jqXYjer5c This post was written to expose some truths and some myths surrounding the topic of managing your trading capital. Most information out there on money management is completely useless in my opinion and will not work well in professional trading. What most traders are taught about money management is usually ‘lies’ invented by the industry to help you lose your money “slower” so that brokers can make more commission / spreads from you. If your using the 2% money management rule, this article may put that theory into question, which is the point… to make you think about it from all angles and perspectives. I also believe that people who teach the ‘percentage of account’ risk management method don’t truly understand how arbitrary this idea is. The reason is simple… every traders account size will be different and every persons risk profile, net worth and skill level is different. If you simply take a percentage of money that is in your trading account to risk on each trade, it’s purely arbitrary. What you are prepared to lose or risk on each trade is much more complex than just plucking 2% or 4 % or 10% out of thin air. Let me explain… I will warn you that what you are about to read is likely to be contradictory to what you may have already learned about forex money management and risk control in other places. I can only tell you that what am I about to divulge to you is the way I trade and it is the way many professional forex traders manage capital. So get ready, open your mind, and enjoy this article on how to effectively grow your trading account by effectively managing your money. Just remember, everything I talk about on this website is based on real world application, not recycled theory. Everyone knows that money management is a crucial aspect of successful forex trading. Yet most people don’t spend nearly enough time concentrating on developing or implementing a money management plan. The paradox of this is that until you develop your money management skills and consistently utilize them on every single trade you execute, you will never be a consistently profitable trader. I want to give you a professional perspective on money management and dispel some common myths floating around the trading world regarding the concept of money management. We hear many different ideas about risk control and profit taking from various sources, much of this information is conflicting and so it is not surprising that many traders get confused and just give up on implementing an effective forex money management plan, which of course ultimately leads to their demise. I have been successfully trading the financial markets for nearly a decade and I have mastered the skill of risk reward and how to effectively utilize it to grow small sums of money into larger sums of money relatively quickly. Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Training, Management , Money
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Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Triangle Formations | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Triangle Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Triangle Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Triangle Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Triangle Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Triangle Formations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkv9dnJMf0A As you may have noticed, chart pattern names don't leave much to the imagination. This is no different for the triangle patterns, which clearly form the shape of a triangle. The basic construct of this chart pattern is the convergence of two trendlines - flat, ascending or descending - with the price of the security moving between the two trendlines. There are three types of triangles, which vary in construct and significance: the symmetrical triangle, the descending triangle and the ascending triangle. Symmetrical triangle The symmetrical triangle is mainly considered to be a continuation pattern that signals a period of consolidation in a trend followed by a resumption of the prior trend. It is formed by the convergence of a descending resistance line and an ascending support line. The two trendlines in the formation of this triangle should have a similar slope converging at a point known as the apex. The price of the security will bounce between these trendlines, towards the apex, and typically breakout in the direction of the prior trend. If preceded by a downward trend, the focus should be on a break below the ascending support line. If preceded by an upward trend, look for a break above the descending resistance line. However, this pattern doesn't always lead to a continuation of the previous trend. A break in the opposite direction of the prior trend should signal the formation of a new trend. Read more: Analyzing Chart Patterns: Triangles | Investopedia http://www.investopedia.com/university/charts/charts5.asp#ixzz4Uh7Ds65r Follow us: Investopedia on Facebook Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Technical Analysis, Chart Patterns, Triangle Formations, Analysis , Chart , Patterns , Triangle , Formations, Triangle Formations
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MT4 Indicators - MACD | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Developed by Gerald Appel in the late seventies, the Moving Average Convergence/Divergence oscillator (MACD) is one of the simplest and most effective momentum indicators available. The MACD turns two trend-following indicators, moving averages, into a momentum oscillator by subtracting the longer moving average from the shorter moving average. As a result, the MACD offers the best of both worlds: trend following and momentum. The MACD fluctuates above and below the zero line as the moving averages converge, cross and diverge. Traders can look for signal line crossovers, centerline crossovers and divergences to generate signals. Because the MACD is unbounded, it is not particularly useful for identifying overbought and oversold levels. The MACD Line is the 12-day Exponential Moving Average (EMA) less the 26-day EMA. Closing prices are used for these moving averages. A 9-day EMA of the MACD Line is plotted with the indicator to act as a signal line and identify turns. The MACD Histogram represents the difference between MACD and its 9-day EMA, the Signal line. The histogram is positive when the MACD Line is above its Signal line and negative when the MACD Line is below its Signal line. The values of 12, 26 and 9 are the typical setting used with the MACD, however other values can be substituted depending on your trading style and goals. Interpretation As its name implies, the MACD is all about the convergence and divergence of the two moving averages. Convergence occurs when the moving averages move towards each other. Divergence occurs when the moving averages move away from each other. The shorter moving average (12-day) is faster and responsible for most MACD movements. The longer moving average (26-day) is slower and less reactive to price changes in the underlying security. The MACD Line oscillates above and below the zero line, which is also known as the centerline. These crossovers signal that the 12-day EMA has crossed the 26-day EMA. The direction, of course, depends on the direction of the moving average cross. Positive MACD indicates that the 12-day EMA is above the 26-day EMA. Positive values increase as the shorter EMA diverges further from the longer EMA. This means upside momentum is increasing. Negative MACD values indicates that the 12-day EMA is below the 26-day EMA. Negative values increase as the shorter EMA diverges further below the longer EMA. This means downside momentum is increasing. MT4 Indicators - MACD MT4 Indicators - MACD MT4 Indicators - MACD MT4 Indicators - MACD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTTuzxzLKNA Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker
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Order Types - Stop Loss and Take Profit | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Order Types - Stop Loss and Take Profit Order Types - Stop Loss and Take Profit Order Types - Stop Loss and Take Profit Order Types - Stop Loss and Take Profit Order Types - Stop Loss and Take Profit Order Types - Stop Loss and Take Profit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q6qDH6NRNjg Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Stop , Loss ,and ,Take ,Profit
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Order Types - Pending and Pending Orders | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Order Types - Market and Pending Orders Order Types - Market and Pending Orders Order Types - Market and Pending Orders Order Types - Market and Pending Orders Order Types - Market and Pending Orders https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvXjY0n3TaQ Client terminal allows to prepare requests and request the broker for execution of trading operations. Moreover, terminal allows to control and manage open positions. For these purposes, several types of trading orders are used. Order is a client's commitment to brokerage company to perform a trade operation. The following orders are used in the terminal: Market order, Pending order, Stop Loss and Take Profit. Market Order Market order is a commitment to the brokerage company to buy or sell a security at the current price. Execution of this order results in opening of a trade position. Securities are bought at ASK price and sold at BID price. Stop Loss and Take Profit orders (described below) can be attached to a market order. Execution mode of market orders depends on security traded. Pending Order Pending order is the client's commitment to the brokerage company to buy or sell a security at a pre-defined price in the future. This type of orders is used for opening of a trade position provided the future quotes reach the pre-defined level. There are four types of pending orders available in the terminal: Buy Limit – buy provided the future "ASK" price is equal to the pre-defined value. The current price level is higher than the value of the placed order. Orders of this type are usually placed in anticipation of that the security price, having fallen to a certain level, will increase; Buy Stop – buy provided the future "ASK" price is equal to the pre-defined value. The current price level is lower than the value of the placed order. Orders of this type are usually placed in anticipation of that the security price, having reached a certain level, will keep on increasing; Sell Limit – sell provided the future "BID" price is equal to the pre-defined value. The current price level is lower than the value of the placed order. Orders of this type are usually placed in anticipation of that the security price, having increased to a certain level, will fall; Sell Stop – sell provided the future "BID" price is equal to the pre-defined value. The current price level is higher than the value of the placed order. Orders of this type are usually placed in anticipation of that the security price, having reached a certain level, will keep on falling. Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Orders, Pending , Pending Order Types
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Forex Currency Correlation Education | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Eliminate counterproductive trading Utilizing correlations can help you stay out of positions that will cancel each other out. As the previous table and example explains, we know that EUR/USD and USD/CHF move in the opposite direction 100%. Opening a position long EUR/USD AND long USD/CHF is, then, pointless and sometimes expensive. In addition to paying for the spread twice, any movement in the price would take one pair up and the other down. We want our hard work to pay off with something! 2. Leverage profits …Or losses. You have the opportunity to double-up on positions to maximize profits. Again, let’s take at look at the 1 week EUR/USD and GBP/USD relationship from the previous example. These two pairs have a strong positive correlation with GBP/USD following behind EUR/USD virtually step for step. Opening a long position for each pair would, in effect, be like taking EUR/USD and doubling your position. You’d basically be making use of leverage! Mucho profit if all goes right and mucho losses if things go wrong! 3. Diversify risk Understanding that correlations exist also allows you to use different currency pairs, but still leverage your point of view. Rather than trading a single currency pair all the time, you can spread your risk across two pairs that move the same way. Pick pairs that have a strong to very strong correlation (around 0.7). For example, EUR/USD and GBP/USD tend to move together. The imperfect correlation between these two currency pairs gives you the opportunity to diversify which helps reduce your risk. Let’s say you’re bullish on USD. Instead of opening two short positions of EUR/USD, you could short one EUR/USD and short one GBP/USD which would shield you from some risk and diversify your overall position. In the event that the U.S. dollar sells off, the euro might be affected to a lesser extent than the pound. Forex Currency Correlation Education Forex Currency Correlation Education Forex Currency Correlation Education Forex Currency Correlation Education https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIN_uYs3Yso Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Currency , Correlation , Education
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MT4 Indicators - Fibonacci Retracement | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA MT4 Indicators - Fibonacci Retracement MT4 Indicators - Fibonacci Retracement MT4 Indicators - Fibonacci Retracement MT4 Indicators - Fibonacci Retracement https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cTZNZwN99Dg Topics Reference Simulator Advisor Insights Search Investopedia Newsletters Fibonacci Retracement What is a 'Fibonacci Retracement' A Fibonacci retracement is a term used in technical analysis that refers to areas of support (price stops going lower) or resistance (price stops going higher). Fibonacci retracement levels use horizontal lines to indicate areas of support or resistance at the key Fibonacci levels before the trend continues in the original direction. These levels are created by drawing a trendline between the high and low and then dividing the vertical distance by the key Fibonacci ratios of 23.6%, 38.2%, 50%, 61.8% and 100% Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker
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Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Wedge Formations  | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Wedge Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Wedge Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Wedge Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Wedge Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Wedge Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Wedge Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Wedge Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Wedge Formations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=snYLItCY2Ro The wedge chart pattern signals a reverse of the trend that is currently formed within the wedge itself. Wedges are similar in construction to a symmetrical triangle in that there are two trendlines - support and resistance - which band the price of a security. The wedge pattern differs in that it is generally a longer-term pattern, usually lasting three to six months. It also has converging trendlines that slant in an either upward or downward direction, which differs from the more uniform trendlines of triangles. There are two main types of wedges – falling and rising – which differ on the overall slant of the pattern. A falling wedge slopes downward, while a rising wedge slants upward. Falling Wedge The falling wedge is a generally bullish pattern signaling that one will likely see the price break upwards through the wedge and move into an uptrend. The trendlines of this pattern converge, with both being slanted in a downward direction as the price is trading in a downtrend. Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Wedge , Formations, Patterns , Chart , Chart Patterns, Wedge Formations, Analysis , Technical , Technical Analysis
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Simple Forex MACD Trading System | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA The concepts of support and resistance are undoubtedly two of the most highly discussed attributes of technical analysis and they are often regarded as a subject that is complex by those who are just learning to trade. This article will attempt to clarify the complexity surrounding these concepts by focusing on the basics of what traders need to know. You'll learn that these terms are used by traders to refer to price levels on charts that tend to act as barriers from preventing the price of an asset from getting pushed in a certain direction. At first the explanation and idea behind identifying these levels seems easy, but as you'll find out, support and resistance can come in various forms and it is much more difficult to master than it first appears. The Basics Most experienced traders will be able to tell many stories about how certain price levels tend to prevent traders from pushing the price of an underlying asset in a certain direction. For example, assume that Jim was holding a position in Amazon.com (AMZN) stock between March and November 2006 and that he was expecting the value of the shares to increase. Let's imagine that Jim notices that the price fails to get above $39 several times over the past several months, even though it has gotten very close to moving above it. In this case, traders would call the price level near $39 a level of resistance. As you can see from the chart below, resistance levels are also regarded as a ceiling because these price levels prevent the market from moving prices upward. Read more: Support And Resistance Basics | Investopedia http://www.investopedia.com/articles/technical/061801.asp#ixzz4UguHDDNs Follow us: Investopedia on Facebook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXiFsxdlRT0 Simple Forex MACD Trading System Simple Forex MACD Trading System Simple Forex MACD Trading System Simple Forex MACD Trading System Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, System, Trading, MACD, Simple
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Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Double Top and Double Bottom | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Double Top and Double Bottom Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Double Top and Double Bottom Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Double Top and Double Bottom Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Double Top and Double Bottom Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Double Top and Double Bottom Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Double Top and Double Bottom Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Double Top and Double Bottom Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Double Top and Double Bottom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qoBxPYsvy_k The double top and double bottom are another pair of well-known chart patterns whose names don't leave much to the imagination. These two reversal patterns illustrate a security's attempt to continue an existing trend. Upon several attempts to move higher, the trend is reversed and a new trend begins. These chart patterns formed will often resemble what looks like a "W" (for a double bottom) or an "M" (double top). Double Top The double-top pattern is found at the peaks of an upward trend and is a clear signal that the preceding upward trend is weakening and that buyers are losing interest. Upon completion of this pattern, the trend is considered to be reversed and the security is expected to move lower. The first stage of this pattern is the creation of a new high during the upward trend, which, after peaking, faces resistance and sells off to a level of support. The next stage of this pattern will see the price start to move back towards the level of resistance found in the previous run-up, which again sells off back to the support level. The pattern is completed when the security falls below (or breaks down) the support level that had backstopped each move the security made, thus marking the beginnings of a downward trend. Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Bottom, Double , Double , Top , Patterns , Chart , Double Top and Double Bottom, Chart Patterns
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Technical Analysis - Support and Resistance | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Technical Analysis - Support and Resistance Technical Analysis - Support and Resistance Technical Analysis - Support and Resistance Technical Analysis - Support and Resistance Technical Analysis - Support and Resistance Technical Analysis - Support and Resistance Technical Analysis - Support and Resistance he concepts of support and resistance are undoubtedly two of the most highly discussed attributes of technical analysis and they are often regarded as a subject that is complex by those who are just learning to trade. This article will attempt to clarify the complexity surrounding these concepts by focusing on the basics of what traders need to know. You'll learn that these terms are used by traders to refer to price levels on charts that tend to act as barriers from preventing the price of an asset from getting pushed in a certain direction. At first the explanation and idea behind identifying these levels seems easy, but as you'll find out, support and resistance can come in various forms and it is much more difficult to master than it first appears. The Basics Most experienced traders will be able to tell many stories about how certain price levels tend to prevent traders from pushing the price of an underlying asset in a certain direction. For example, assume that Jim was holding a position in Amazon.com (AMZN) stock between March and November 2006 and that he was expecting the value of the shares to increase. Let's imagine that Jim notices that the price fails to get above $39 several times over the past several months, even though it has gotten very close to moving above it. In this case, traders would call the price level near $39 a level of resistance. As you can see from the chart below, resistance levels are also regarded as a ceiling because these price levels prevent the market from moving prices upward. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-73pISO4-MY Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Support , Resistance, Analysis , Technical
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Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Flag Formations | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Flag Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Flag Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Flag Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Flag Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Flag Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Flag Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Flag Formations Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Flag Formations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-W3IvArLtnI Topics Reference Simulator Advisor Insights Search Investopedia Newsletters Analyzing Chart Patterns: Flags And Pennants By Investopedia Staff Analyzing Chart Patterns: Introduction Analyzing Chart Patterns: Why Charts? Analyzing Chart Patterns: Head And Shoulders Analyzing Chart Patterns: Cup And Handle Analyzing Chart Patterns: Double Top And Double Bottom Analyzing Chart Patterns: Triangles Analyzing Chart Patterns: Flags And Pennants Analyzing Chart Patterns: The Wedge Analyzing Chart Patterns: Gaps Analyzing Chart Patterns: Triple Tops And Bottoms Analyzing Chart Patterns: Round Bottoms Analyzing Chart Patterns: Conclusion By Chad Langager and Casey Murphy, senior analyst of ChartAdvisor.com The flag and pennant patterns are two continuation patterns that closely resemble each other, differing only in their shape during the pattern's consolidation period. This is the reason the terms flag and pennant are often used interchangeably. A flag is a rectangular shape, while the pennant looks more like a triangle. These two patterns are formed when there is a sharp price movement followed by generally sideways price movement, which is the flag or pennant. The pattern is complete when there is a price breakout in the same direction of the initial sharp price movement. The following move will see a similarly sharp move in the same direction as the prior sharp move. The complete move of the chart pattern - from the first sharp move to the last sharp move - is referred to as the flag pole. The flag or pennant is considered to be flying at half-mast, as the distance of the initial price movement is thought to be roughly equal to the proceeding price move. The reason these patterns form is that after a large price movement, the market consolidates, or pauses, before resuming the initial trend. The Flag The flag pattern forms what looks like a rectangle. The rectangle is formed by two parallel trendlines that act as support and resistance for the price until the price breaks out. In general, the flag will not be perfectly flat but will have its trendlines sloping. Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Chart , Patterns , Flag , Formations, Flag Formations, Chart Patterns
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MT4 Toolbars | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA MT4 Toolbars MT4 Toolbars MT4 Toolbars MT4 Toolbars MT4 Toolbars MT4 Toolbars https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr01Co6F4sI Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker
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Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Market Gaps | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Market Gaps Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Market Gaps Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Market Gaps Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Market Gaps Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Market Gaps https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kWe_Wgm0-vI A gap in a chart is essentially an empty space between one trading period and the previous trading period. They usually form because of an important and material event that affects the security, such as an earnings surprise or a merger agreement. This happens when there is a large-enough difference in the opening price of a trading period where that price and the subsequent price moves do not fall within the range of the previous trading period. For example, if the price of a company's stock is trading near $40 and the next trading period opens at $45, there would be a large gap up on the chart between these two periods, as shown by the figure below. Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Market , Gaps, Market Gaps, Chart , Patterns , Analysis , Technical , Technical Analysis
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Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Rollovers | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Rollovers Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Rollovers Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Rollovers Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Rollovers Basic Concepts of Trading - Understanding Rollovers https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9W8bq1BVBVs Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Basic ,Concepts ,of ,Trading ,Understanding ,Rollovers
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Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Head and Shoulder | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Head and Shoulder Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Head and Shoulder Technical Analysis - Chart Patterns - Head and Shoulder https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Q-50UjTewg The head-and-shoulders pattern is one of the most popular and reliable chart patterns in technical analysis. And as one might imagine from the name, the pattern looks like a head with two shoulders. Head and shoulders is a reversal pattern that, when formed, signals the security is likely to move against the previous trend. There are two versions of the head-and-shoulders pattern. The head-and-shoulders top is a signal that a security's price is set to fall, once the pattern is complete, and is usually formed at the peak of an upward trend. The second version, the head-and-shoulders bottom (also known as inverse head and shoulders), signals that a security's price is set to rise and usually forms during a downward trend. Both of these head and shoulders have a similar construction in that there are four main parts to the head-and-shoulder chart pattern: two shoulders, a head and a neckline. The patterns are confirmed when the neckline is broken, after the formation of the second shoulder. Read more: Analyzing Chart Patterns: Head And Shoulders | Investopedia http://www.investopedia.com/university/charts/charts2.asp#ixzz4UgTNqkK5 Follow us: Investopedia on Facebook Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker
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Order Types - Trailing Stop Loss | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Order Types - Trailing Stop Loss Order Types - Trailing Stop Loss Order Types - Trailing Stop Loss Order Types - Trailing Stop Loss Order Types - Trailing Stop Loss Order Types - Trailing Stop Loss Order Types - Trailing Stop Loss https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esMsNMAW27A Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Trailing , Stop , Loss
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Introduction to Forex - Trade Execution Models |  | Forex Trading Tutorials
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA The hybrid scheme of clients’ orders execution The quotations offered by the company to its clients via trading terminals are formed automatically from the best quotations of our liquidity providers. Those best quotes are inside our tight fixed spread. The clients send their orders by these quotations. IFC Markets performs the trade execution process on a hybrid basis depending on the clients' orders volumes. a) Small-volume order execution (up to $1 million) The orders are executed instantly at the quote of the company’s trading terminal, then are summed into the bigger ones and only after that are hedged through the liquidity provider. Clients do not suffer from delays and we carry the risk of requoting by the liquidity provider connected to the possible delay while summing the clients’ orders. Moreover, the majority of the small orders from clients has opposite direction and is cleared to balance. Only a small part of such orders is consolidated into a large order and goes to hedging, which substantially increases the reliability of our scheme. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyILHl3HKCo Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Introduction, Forex , Trade , Execution , Models, Trade Execution Models
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MT4 Indicators - RSI | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Developed J. Welles Wilder, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements. RSI oscillates between zero and 100. Traditionally, and according to Wilder, RSI is considered overbought when above 70 and oversold when below 30. Signals can also be generated by looking for divergences, failure swings and centerline crossovers. RSI can also be used to identify the general trend. RSI is an extremely popular momentum indicator that has been featured in a number of articles, interviews and books over the years. In particular, Constance Brown's book, Technical Analysis for the Trading Professional, features the concept of bull market and bear market ranges for RSI. Andrew Cardwell, Brown's RSI mentor, introduced positive and negative reversals for RSI. In addition, Cardwell turned the notion of divergence, literally and figuratively, on its head. Wilder features RSI in his 1978 book, New Concepts in Technical Trading Systems. This book also includes the Parabolic SAR, Average True Range and the Directional Movement Concept (ADX). Despite being developed before the computer age, Wilder's indicators have stood the test of time and remain extremely popular. MT4 Indicators - RSI MT4 Indicators - RSI MT4 Indicators - RSI MT4 Indicators - RSI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RrN23m-JnU Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker
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Technical Analysis - Trend Lines | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Technical Analysis - Trend Lines Technical Analysis - Trend Lines Technical Analysis - Trend Lines Technical Analysis - Trend Lines Technical Analysis - Trend Lines Technical Analysis - Trend Lines Technical Analysis - Trend Lines https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mwT0gDDDGFs A downtrend line has a negative slope and is formed by connecting two or more high points. The second high must be lower than the first for the line to have a negative slope. Downtrend lines act as resistance, and indicate that net-supply (supply less demand) is increasing even as the price declines. A declining price combined with increasing supply is very bearish, and shows the strong resolve of the sellers. As long as prices remain below the downtrend line, the downtrend is solid and intact. A break above the downtrend line indicates that net-supply is decreasing and that a change of trend could be imminent. For a detailed explanation of trend changes, which are different than just trend line breaks, please see our article on the Dow Theory. Scale Settings High points and low points appear to line up better for trend lines when prices are displayed using a semi-log scale. This is especially true when long-term trend lines are being drawn or when there is a large change in price. Most charting programs allow users to set the scale as arithmetic or semi-log. An arithmetic scale displays incremental values (5,10,15,20,25,30) evenly as they move up the y-axis. A $10 movement in price will look the same from $10 to $20 or from $100 to $110. A semi-log scale displays incremental values in percentage terms as they move up the y-axis. A move from $10 to $20 is a 100% gain, and would appear to be a much larger than a move from $100 to $110, which is only a 10% gain. Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Lines, Trend , Trend Lines, Technical Analysis, Analysis , Technical
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Free Forex text message signals | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Free Forex text message signals Free Forex text message signals Free Forex text message signals Free Forex text message signals Free Forex text message signals Free Forex text message signals Free Forex text message signals Free Forex text message signals Free Forex text message signals https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n_yociVzpHc Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, signals, signals, Free , text
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Introduction to Forex - What is Forex  | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Introduction to Forex - What is Forex Introduction to Forex - What is Forex Introduction to Forex - What is Forex Introduction to Forex - What is Forex Introduction to Forex - What is Forex Introduction to Forex - What is Forex https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYKrUWZ74p8 Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Forex, What is Forex, Introduction
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Forex Money Management 101 | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Forex Money Management 101 Forex Money Management 101 Forex Money Management 101 Forex Money Management 101 Forex Money Management 101 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y2d-jfvlL6g Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Management , Money , 101, Forex Money Management 101, Forex Money Management
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Support Resistance Forex Trading system | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Support Resistance Forex Trading system Support Resistance Forex Trading system Support Resistance Forex Trading system Support Resistance Forex Trading system Support Resistance Forex Trading system Support Resistance Forex Trading system https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MuAH6RE1tZk Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker,system, Trading , Resistance , Support
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MT4 Indicators - Moving Averages | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA MT4 Indicators - Moving Averages MT4 Indicators - Moving Averages MT4 Indicators - Moving Averages MT4 Indicators - Moving Averages MT4 Indicators - Moving Averages MT4 Indicators - Moving Averages https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=afdQrn7fKYc Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, MT4 I,ndicators ,Moving, Averages
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How to allocate risk in forex | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA How to allocate risk in forex How to allocate risk in forex How to allocate risk in forex How to allocate risk in forex How to allocate risk in forex How to allocate risk in forex How to allocate risk in forex https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dxzj6j2D_Ok Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, allocate , risk
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Fibonacci Basics  | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Fibonacci Retracements are ratios used to identify potential reversal levels. These ratios are found in the Fibonacci sequence. The most popular Fibonacci Retracements are 61.8% and 38.2%. Note that 38.2% is often rounded to 38% and 61.8 is rounded to 62%. After an advance, chartists apply Fibonacci ratios to define retracement levels and forecast the extent of a correction or pullback. Fibonacci Retracements can also be applied after a decline to forecast the length of a counter trend bounce. These retracements can be combined with other indicators and price patterns to create an overall strategy. The Sequence and Ratios This article is not designed to delve too deep into the mathematical properties behind the Fibonacci sequence and Golden Ratio. There are plenty of other sources for this detail. A few basics, however, will provide the necessary background for the most popular numbers. Leonardo Pisano Bogollo (1170-1250), an Italian mathematician from Pisa, is credited with introducing the Fibonacci sequence to the West. It is as follows: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144, 233, 377, 610…… The sequence extends to infinity and contains many unique mathematical properties. After 0 and 1, each number is the sum of the two prior numbers (1+2=3, 2+3=5, 5+8=13 8+13=21 etc…). A number divided by the previous number approximates 1.618 (21/13=1.6153, 34/21=1.6190, 55/34=1.6176, 89/55=1.6181). The approximation nears 1.6180 as the numbers increase. A number divided by the next highest number approximates .6180 (13/21=.6190, 21/34=.6176, 34/55=.6181, 55/89=.6179 etc….). The approximation nears .6180 as the numbers increase. This is the basis for the 61.8% retracement. A number divided by another two places higher approximates .3820 (13/34=.382, 21/55=.3818, 34/89=.3820, 55/=144=3819 etc….). The approximation nears .3820 as the numbers increase. This is the basis for the 38.2% retracement. Also, note that 1 - .618 = .382 A number divided by another three places higher approximates .2360 (13/55=.2363, 21/89=.2359, 34/144=.2361, 55/233=.2361 etc….). The approximation nears .2360 as the numbers increase. This is the basis for the 23.6% retracement. 1.618 refers to the Golden Ratio or Golden Mean, also called Phi. The inverse of 1.618 is .618. These ratios can be found throughout nature, architecture, art and biology. In his book, Elliott Wave Principle, Robert Prechter quotes William Hoffer from the December 1975 issue of Smithsonian Magazine: ….the proportion of .618034 to 1 is the mathematical basis for the shape of playing cards and the Parthenon, sunflowers and snail shells, Greek vases and the spiral galaxies of outer space. The Greeks based much of their art and architecture upon this proportion. They called it the golden mean. Fibonacci Basics Fibonacci Basics Fibonacci Basics Fibonacci Basics Fibonacci Basics https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=30AJBJSjgOE Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker
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MT4 Indicators - Bollinger Bands | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA MT4 Indicators - Bollinger Bands MT4 Indicators - Bollinger Bands MT4 Indicators - Bollinger Bands MT4 Indicators - Bollinger Bands https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rP4UY93Csg0 Developed by John Bollinger, Bollinger Bands® are volatility bands placed above and below a moving average. Volatility is based on the standard deviation, which changes as volatility increases and decreases. The bands automatically widen when volatility increases and narrow when volatility decreases. This dynamic nature of Bollinger Bands also means they can be used on different securities with the standard settings. For signals, Bollinger Bands can be used to identify M-Tops and W-Bottoms or to determine the strength of the trend. Signals derived from narrowing BandWidth are discussed in the chart school article on BandWidth. Note: Bollinger Bands® is a registered trademark of John Bollinger. Settings can be adjusted to suit the characteristics of particular securities or trading styles. Bollinger recommends making small incremental adjustments to the standard deviation multiplier. Changing the number of periods for the moving average also affects the number of periods used to calculate the standard deviation. Therefore, only small adjustments are required for the standard deviation multiplier. An increase in the moving average period would automatically increase the number of periods used to calculate the standard deviation and would also warrant an increase in the standard deviation multiplier. With a 20-day SMA and 20-day Standard Deviation, the standard deviation multiplier is set at 2. Bollinger suggests increasing the standard deviation multiplier to 2.1 for a 50-period SMA and decreasing the standard deviation multiplier to 1.9 for a 10-period SMA. Signal: W-Bottoms W-Bottoms were part of Arthur Merrill's work that identified 16 patterns with a basic W shape. Bollinger uses these various W patterns with Bollinger Bands to identify W-Bottoms. A “W-Bottom” forms in a downtrend and involves two reaction lows. In particular, Bollinger looks for W-Bottoms where the second low is lower than the first, but holds above the lower band. There are four steps to confirm a W-Bottom with Bollinger Bands. First, a reaction low forms. This low is usually, but not always, below the lower band. Second, there is a bounce towards the middle band. Third, there is a new price low in the security. This low holds above the lower band. The ability to hold above the lower band on the test shows less weakness on the last decline. Fourth, the pattern is confirmed with a strong move off the second low and a resistance break. Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Bands, Bollinger , Indicators , MT4 , MT4 Indicators, Bollinger Bands
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MT4 Platform - Windows | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA MT4 Platform - Windows MT4 Platform - Windows MT4 Platform - Windows MT4 Platform - Windows https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C2DtSkeSAsw Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker
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Introduction to MT4 Platform  | Forex Trading Strategy
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Introduction to MT4 Platform Introduction to MT4 Platform Introduction to MT4 Platform Introduction to MT4 Platform https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5QV5ktQ5c4 Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker
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Introduction to Forex - Forex Terminology |  | Forex Trading Tutorials
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Introduction to Forex - Forex Terminology Introduction to Forex - Forex Terminology Introduction to Forex - Forex Terminology Introduction to Forex - Forex Terminology Introduction to Forex - Forex Terminology https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UjuBQLkiGE The first thing that you will notice when we introduce you to forex trading is that we refer to what is called a currency pair. When you think about the price of anything, it is pretty easy to grasp because there is one single price. For example, when trading oil, the price quoted is the price per barrel of OIL. When trading gold, the price quoted is the price per one ounce of GOLD. Currency pair When it comes to forex, we also refer to just one price, only it is with regard to two different currencies – a currency pair. This can seem a little confusing at first, so we will explain how there is one single price for a pair of currencies. When we trade currencies, we are buying and selling a currency in relation to another currency. For example, you do not just buy the euro; you buy the euro with a certain amount of another. So, if you are holding US dollars, you will buy the euro with a certain amount of US dollars. This is a pair of currencies and is denoted as EUR/USD. There is a generally agreed way to denote a pair of currencies and it is simply a matter of learning these. For example, the euro to the dollar is always denoted as EUR/USD and not USD/EUR. Let’s also say that the price of the EUR/USD is 1.4. This means that the cost of 1 euro is 1.4 dollars. In other words, for every euro you buy, you have to pay 1.4 dollars for it. Another way to think of this: The price of the EUR/USD is the exchange rate of how many units of the second currency in the pair is needed to buy a single unit of the first currency in the pair. So the exchange rate of 1.4 for the EUR/USD means that 1.4 dollars are needed to buy 1 euro. If the US dollar gets stronger, this is another way of saying that a smaller amount of the US dollar is able to buy more euros. However, because the US dollar has become stronger and is denoted with the relationship to the euro as the second currency in the currency pair, the price of the EUR/USD decreases. So if the EUR/USD goes down to 1.3, then the US dollar has increased in value against the euro – the dollar has become stronger and the euro has become weaker. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UjuBQLkiGE Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker, Terminology, Forex , Introduction
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Basic Concepts of Trading - Leverage | Forex Trading Tutorial
 
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How I Make $30,000 with Simple Strategy: http://2by.us/system Sub ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-fKic8ZcyGJBIFROusCPGA Basic Concepts of Trading - Leverage Basic Concepts of Trading - Leverage Basic Concepts of Trading - Leverage Basic Concepts of Trading - Leverage Basic Concepts of Trading - Leverage https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sjnKq4jIxjU Forex, trading, strategy, signal, foreign exchange, tutorial, fx, market, broker
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