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  • The Basics Of Forex Arbitrage

    What Is Forex Arbitrage? Forex arbitrage is defined as "the simultaneous purchase and sale of the same, or essentially similar, security in two different markets for advantageously different prices," according to the concept formalised by economists Sharpe and Alexander in the 1990s. Given the popularity of forex trading, arbitrage strategies are implemented by thousands of participants around the world. Accordingly, someone who practices arbitrage is known as an "arbitrageur." Simply…

  • Chart Patterns: Doji

    A doji is a candlestick with a closing price very near to its opening price. It is unique to other candlesticks because its body is very small or nonexistent.

  • Triangle Chart Patterns

    Technical analysts can use simple geometric patterns such as triangle chart patterns to unveil signals that can indicate where the market could go next.

  • The New ECB Monetary Policy Strategy and the EURUSD

    The ECB Changes Monetary Policy Strategy to Symmetric Target On 8 July the ECB announced its new monetary policy strategy of symmetric 2% inflation over the medium term. The target is symmetric in that any deviation, be it positive or negative, is regarded as "equally undesirable." Market participants were eager to learn more and there was a keen focus on the ECB statement and President's Lagarde's press conference on 22…

  • A Guide To Forex Futures

    Forex futures are derivatives contracts that help investors manage the risk associated with currency fluctuations. Knowing how they work is crucial to using them effectively.

  • A Guide To Forex Technical Analysis

    When it comes to active forex trading, there are three basic types of analysis: fundamental, technical and hybrid. Each features a collection of unique advantages and may be integrated within the context of a comprehensive trading plan. However, for legions of traders around the globe, technical analysis is the go-to methodology for crafting astute market-oriented decisions. What Is Forex Technical Analysis? Technical analysis is the exclusive study of past and…


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