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Trading Basics

Master the core elements of trading the markets by reading these in-depth explanations and helpful tutorials.

Adjustment on the Neckline of a Double Top or Bottom

This is not a perfect world neither the financial markets’ charts are. Traders often need to make adjustments on the trading charts they trade...

A Plan For a New Trader VII – Money Management &...

The Money Management Task We have arrived at the key task of trading job: Managing wealth through position size. But to effectively do this critical task,...

A Plan For a New Trader VI – Entries and Exits

The Patterns and our Mind People who have no experience in trading usually try to learn as many entry signals and setups as possible. Then,...

A Plan For a New Trader V – Two Handy Indicators

Indicators, What are they? Indicators are computerised technical studies. It means that their values are derived from the price using mathematical formulas and plotting its...

A Plan For a New Trader I V – Price Action

What is Price Action? Price action deals with the interpretation of the action of the price and the underlying psychology of the market analysing the patterns price...

A Plan for a New Trader III: Choosing the Right TimeFrame

Timeframe or Bar Range Timeframe is the term used to define how long the bar or candlestick last before another candlestick appears. Many traders don’t...

Basic Abilities Required to Be Successful in Trading

There is a saying in the financial market ‘Trading is the toughest way to make the easiest money’. Money comes easily when things go...

A Plan for a New Trader II: Trading Calendar and Basket...

1.- Trading Calendar Every evening you must analyse the economic news releases and Central Bank speeches related to the assets you're going to trade. The...

A Plan For a New Trader I – Introduction and Sketch

A Newbie in the Court Of the Golden King Recently, I was thinking about what would I tell a friend if he told me he wanted...

How Slippage Happens and How to be Protected Against it

Slippage Slippage is the term we use to describe the difference between the expected price of a trade and the real figure at which it...

The Six Kase Behavioral Laws of Forecasting

Cynthia Kase is a famous Commodities and Futures trader, president of the Kase & Company Inc.  She wrote a couple of books on technical...

Are Forex Exchanges Casinos in Disguise?

To bet or to trade that is the question? Do you trade or really you are simply gambling? That is a good question. The fact...

Swaps in a Nutshell that every new Forex Trader should Crack

What are swaps? A swap, basically, is a type of Forward contract. When two agreeing parties make an agreement to exchange an asset at a...

Market Classification or How to Know Which Market Type you’re In

Why do prices move? Markets are in constant change. The price fluctuates hour after hour. Every minute a pattern of ups and downs is continually...

To Trade or Not to Trade on Holidays and the Problem...

  The Forex market is known as the most liquid financial market. The market runs 24 hours a day and gets investors from all around...

The Importance of Demo Trading Experience in Forex

Forex trading nowadays is one of the most popular businesses around the world. It used to be an opportunity only for big financial institutions....

Forex Beginners’ Psychology

  The Dream Traders at the very outset, seem to get carried away by Forex’s potential. I remember when I was a beginner; Forex made me...