Advanced Forex Trading
At the time of writing, I’ve had an incredible week. Filled with opportunities and trade setups that would have you questioning whether or not we’ve actually come to the end of the year! I mean, seriously, since when are the markets so volatile in December??
Today we will look at another uncommon indicator that isn’t really spoken of in the Forex trading community.
Remember the first day you were introduced to algebra in math class, and you were so confused? Okay, maybe not all of you, but for the majority of us it was the case. However, by the end of the term, you understood the concept.
HOW TO LOSE ALL OF YOUR MONEY TRADING FOREX! Traders with some experience may have heard of the term, but I guarantee you that a lot of traders don’t understand it.
That opening line may have scared you, but don’t worry, because the point of this is to learn how to reduce the risk of losing your capital.
Correlations between currencies can be challenging to manage, but it’s not impossible. As long as you have a basic understanding of what correlation is and how it occurs between two or more pairs, strap in your seat belts for some excellent techniques!
Bollinger bands are a technical analysis indicator that consists of an upper, a middle (simple moving average), and a lower band. Usually, price action will be contained within the Bollinger bands, although breakouts do occur.
This indicator can be a great asset to technical analysts because it can be used to gauge market conditions, spot entry opportunities, and set targets.
Often as a Forex trader, the first thing you want to do is just make money without really looking at the reasons why you may not be making money, or rather the reasons for losing trades.
Now, don’t get me wrong it is vital to focus your attention on having great winners, but it is equally important to focus on the small losses…
Do you remember the housing market crash in 2007 and the financial crisis that followed in 2008?? Like myself, you may have been too young to understand what was going on.
BUT those who worked for Lehman Brothers, and other major banks, will never forget it.
Living in the Information Age, makes information way more accessible and it also means it is easy for anyone to put out news! Whether that information is credible or not is an entirely different story. Probably the most important thing to consider is the reliability of stories before making any investment decisions.
Remember in the Main Fundamental Forces In Forex article we said that certain fundamental events can lead to large movements in the Forex markets? And we named a few such as the GDP, unemployment rates, and even interest rates. In this article, we will look at the fundamental event known as the FOMC Meeting.