Timeline

Timeline

Bullish Rising Three Method

The “rising three” is a chart pattern that many traders assume will lead to continuation of a bullish trend. It’s ...
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Bearish Falling Three Method

The “falling three” is a bearish chart pattern that often ends in a correction to the downside. The pattern usually ...
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Three-Inside Trend Reversals and How to Trade Them

The three-inside is a chart pattern for predicting trend turning points and swings in currency pairs and other markets. It’s ...
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Can a Negative Mindset Hurt Your Profits?

In days gone by much emphasis was put on a trader’s depth of knowledge and their technical ability. This was ...
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Trading the Gravestone Doji – Bearish Reversals

The gravestone doji is a bearish candlestick pattern that usually appears in trend tops and in down trends. What is ...
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Evening Star Candlestick Pattern

The evening star is a classic bearish reversal pattern that traders look for as an early warning sign that a ...
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Morning Star Candlestick Pattern

The morning star is a firm “price action” candle pattern that we can look for as a sign that a ...
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The Bearish Dark Cloud Pattern

When trading an uptrend we always want to be alert to changes in bullish sentiment even on a small scale ...
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A Simple Turtle Trading System

The turtle trading system is an interesting idea to explore both for the trend follower and for the breakout trader.  ...
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How to Recover a Losing Trade and Come Out with a Profit

How ever bad a situation may seem, in nearly every case a losing trade can be recovered and even turned ...
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Pitchfork Method for Analyzing Trends and Price Channels

We all know that trends and price channels often don’t move in straight lines. But within the seemingly random price ...
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Can You Trade More Profitably Without Stop Losses?

The truth about forex trading is that even when a trader accurately predicts market direction they often fail to profit ...
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How to Make the Most of Forex Order Types

Orders are often seen as nothing more than a side show to the real business of trading. Yet the range ...
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Bid Ask Spread – What it Means and How You Can Use It

Bid-Ask (Offer) Price Definition To make any market there need to be both buyers and sellers. The bid and offer ...
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Value at Risk: How to Calculate Forex Risk

When trading any market, whether currencies, bonds or stocks, we know there is a chance that the price will go ...
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What are the Alternatives to the Yen Carry Trade?

The carry trade has a simple aim: Borrow low and lend high. Japanese yen is often the borrowed currency in ...
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Covered and Uncovered Interest Arbitrage Explained with Examples

With covered interest arbitrage, a trader is looking to exploit discrepancies between the spot rate and the futures or forwards ...
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