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Retracement And Reversal That You Should Know in Forex

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Retracement and ReversalHave you ever been in a situation where it looks like prices are likely to continue to move upwards (uptrend / uptrend) and you are getting ready to install a long position (buy orders), but what happens then is the price rebounded down and getting down?

This Situation may occur when the trader is not aware of the difference between retracement and reversal. Instead be patient and follow the downtrend (a downtrend) as a whole, traders believe that the case is a condition retracement so put a buy order.

In this article, you will learn the characteristics of a retracement and a reversal in forex trading, how to recognize it, so it is not wrong in determining the real market conditions.
What is Fibonacci?

Fibonacci price movement can be defined as the reverse direction for a while against the trend. Another way to see this is to look at the price movement area that moves against the trend but then returned to continue the trend.

What Is a Reversal?

Reversal is defined as the change in the price of the reversal of the overall trend. When turning to the uptrend downtrend, reversal occurs. When downtrend turned into an uptrend, a reversal also occurred. Read More...

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November 11th, 2014 at 7:29 pm

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Best Time To Trade Forex

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Often novice traders assume that any time is a good time for trading, but this is not right. The movement of the forex market is strongly influenced by forex trading hours in the global financial markets, namely:
– Tokyo session
– London session
– New York session

Trading activity on the forex market hours in the London session more than the other sessions. In addition, there are certain days where the activity of market movements will occur more.

From the following table we can see moving average pips every day of the week:
Currency Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
Best Trading Time

We can see from the table above, that in those days in the mid-week movement occurs more frequently, then the day is what is the best day for forex trading.

When you look at the schedule on the forex market, we see that Friday was a pretty busy day until at 12:00 ET (00:00 pm or Saturday), after which the activity will drop dramatically until the close of the New York market hours at 5 : 00 pm.

The days where there is a high market movement this is the best time for forex trading because it is likely to get into a bigger profit.

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November 10th, 2014 at 7:27 pm

Bullish Trend For U.S. Dollar

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Bullish  Trend For U.S. DollarUS dollar up trend is in the spotlight today. The greenback rose to a seven-month high against the yen earlier Wednesday, while US dollar index, which monitors the value of the dollar against six major currencies, rallied almost four percent since early July respond to positive economic sentiment US On Tuesday, the index reached 82 930, highest level of the year, after experiencing weakness in the first four months was 1.2 percent.

Hope that differences in monetary policy will continue to widen US policy in Europe and the UK will push up the value of the dollar index investors in line with consideration for US interest rate hikes, according to Capital Economics.

“The dollar rose against other major currency pairs in one year. But we do not believe this rally will stop, look at the prospect of monetary policy considerations US and other countries, “wrote an analyst at Capital Economics.

“At the end of 2015, we predict the dollar will strengthen further against the euro to $ 1.25, $ 1.60 against sterling, and 120 yen,” they added. On Tuesday the greenback (dollar) trading at $ 1.3121 against the euro, $ 1.6584 and 104.81 yen against Read More...

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September 11th, 2014 at 8:57 pm

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Abenomics News – Real Time Economics

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Forex trading tutorials factsJapanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe Plans to build the economy, which has been hampered by several things over the past year, is currently facing a critical moment.

According to Goldman Sachs Bank, there are several determining factors before the end of the year, which will be a key determinant of the success of the program Abenomics, such as change of cabinet, the possibility of expanding the program aggressive easing by the Bank of Japan (BOJ), and the decision whether to raise taxes for the second time in 2015.

“Abenomics approaching a decisive moment, with a very important decision that a tax increase in next year,” said Naohiko Baba, chief Japan economist at Goldman Sachs in a report. The government is scheduled to determine the increase in the consumption tax from 8 percent to 10 percent – in December.
Inability to increase taxes can be interpreted not only as a failure Abenomics program, but as a failure of fiscal consolidation in the field, said Baba, a risk that will be faced by foreign investors involved in the economy with debt-gross domestic product (debt-to-GDP), the largest in the world.
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September 11th, 2014 at 8:46 pm

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Quantitative Easing – That You Should Know

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Quantitative EasingQuantitative easing (QE) is a monetary policy of the Central Bank is used to stimulate the economy when monetary policy is no longer effective standards. Central bank implements quantitative easing by purchasing financial assets in the manner specified number of commercial banks or other private institutions, thus raising the price of financial assets and lower yield, and at the same time increase the monetary base (money supply).

This is different from the usual policy of buying or selling short-term government bonds that aim to establish the value of inter-bank lending rate at a specific target.

Expansionary monetary policy (easing) to stimulate the economy is usually carried out by the Central Bank by way of purchase of government bonds with the aim of lowering short-term interest rates in the short term. However, when short-term interest rates already close to or reaches zero, this method can not work anymore. QE can then be used by the authorities to stimulate the economy further by buying long-term assets, thereby decreasing long-term interest rates further.

Quantitative easing can be used to help keep inflation in order not to fall over again at the bottom of the target. This Read More...

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September 11th, 2014 at 1:46 am