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Why Being Slow is Good For Traders ?

Why Being Slow is Good For Traders ?

I have been actively trading forex for many years and would consider myself an aggressive trader. I can’t use the 4 hour and 1 day chart. Even 1 hour is too long for me. Normally my time frame would be only m1, m5 and m15 only. Being an impatient trader, I would normally find something…

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Why Should We Use Candle Sticks

Candlesticks trading techniques we use today originated from the Japanese in the 1700s. This technique was developed by a Japanese man by the name of Munehisa Homma. He was a rice merchant from Sakata Japan who traded in the Ojima Rice market in Osaka during the Tokugawa Shogunate. He is considered the father of Candlesticks….

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Market Mechanics – Part 2

How Market Price jumps What happens if we get a big market sell order, say 7 lots? Again it will be added to the orders stack at a price that gets filled immediately. The order will be filled at 1.0925. The 7 lot sell order will be matched with the first 7 buy limit orders…

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Market Mechanics – Part 1

Why is the price at a particular level? What makes the price level change? How can the price change so much at some times and not so much at others? These are questions I had after I started trading, especially when it seemed the price always went against me just after I entered a trade….

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Market Manipulation

If you look up Wikipedia, the definition of Market Manipulation is a deliberate attempt to interfere with the free and fair operation of the market and create artificial, false or misleading appearances with respect to the price of, or market for, a security, commodity or currency. This article is to inform everyone that market manipulation…

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