Forex

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  • How To Use Bollinger Bands In Forex

    The main purpose of Bollinger Bands® is to help traders determine whether assets are reasonably priced, and whether prices in the market are stable or may be moving toward different levels. This information can be potentially helpful for investors because it can determine the following: whether they are paying a fair price for the asset, whether it is too costly, or whether it is a bargain purchase that could result…

  • How Do You Open A Forex Account?

    Traders will want to carefully consider the reputation, services and costs of the available brokerages before making a commitment to trading with a particular firm.

  • Buy Limit Vs Buy Stop In Forex Trading

    For active forex traders, properly locating orders is a key part of conducting day-to-day business. Understanding order functionality and how different types impact trade execution is critical to interacting within the market competently. If not, untimely mistakes can lead to lost opportunity, or worse, lost capital. On the buy-side of the equation, there are two order types that market participants need to be familiar with: buy limits and buy stops.…

  • Types Of Forex Orders

    In forex trading, selecting the proper order type for the job is an important task. No matter if one is a short-term scalper or long-term investor, the way in which the market is entered and exited plays a key role in sustaining profitability. After all, achieving optimal trade execution depends greatly upon how efficiently one interacts with the market itself. Types Of Forex Orders The world's financial markets are competitive…

  • How Is The Value Of A PiP Determined?

    To understand how much can be made on a given trade, a trader needs to calculate how much a pip will be worth for a given currency pair. Calculating the final value that a change in pips will be worth depends on the size of currency lots being traded. Currencies are customarily traded in standard lots, mini lots and micro lots. Standard lots are the largest trading blocs, measured in…

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