Category Archives: Forex Basics

Forex Basics – The ABCs of Forex Trading

Forex Basics Ever wonder what all those numbers mean at your broker’s website? Don’t worry, we will explain everything in grueling detail for the very beginner. Let’s begin learn more about forex basics. Instrument And Variable What is a currency pair? Unlike stocks, foreign exchange allows to buy one currency in exchange for another. The […]

Candlestick Basics Knowledge That Made Trading Easy

Candlestick Basics I think every trader should back to basic again on reading and understanding about forex candlestick basics strategy or candlestick patterns. So, with this candlestick basics knowledge we can more understanding about reading the market movement and how strong seller or buyer. This is one of my favorite e-book that can bright your […]

Recognize Reversal And Retracement

Filtering Reversal Or Retracement If you can easily distinguish between retracement or reversal then it is not impossible if you can make easy profits in your trading. In a simple easily understood Reversal of Meaning = reversal (change of trend). While retracement means the temporary reversal, or a temporary reversal. You could say a retracement […]

Profiting From Support and Resistance In The Forex Market

Definition Of Support Resistance The beauty of support and resistance lies in its simplicity. Its validity has been tested over and over again throughout history and remains one of the most widely used analysis tool of all time. It works because it is based on simple crowd psychology. And as much as we don’t like […]

Trading For Living With Supply Demand Trading Strategy

How To Trade With Supply And Demand Zones As we know supply demand forex trading strategy in one best of the best trading technique. But how read confirmation level of break supply demand zones to made a decision on every trade that we made. Basically supply demand is the heart of forex or any others […]

How To Trade Using Fibonacci Retracement

Fibonacci numbers were developed by Leonardo Fibonacci and it is simply a series of numbers that when you add the previous two numbers you come up with the next number in the sequence. Here is an example: 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55 See how when you add 1 and 2 you […]