Archive for January, 2012

Vital Components of a Comprehensive Trading Plan

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This is a guest post by Matthew Johnson

You must have heard several times that it is important to have a trading plan and stick to it. Not having a trading plan is like an invitation for failure as a trader. What is meant by building a trading plan? Here are some broad points to consider.

The Importance of a Trading Plan

Trading plan is nothing but a checklist. You refer to it before taking a trade. When in a trade you refer to it to make sure that you take a decision according to a plan. Checklist also helps you to stay away from trades which are low probability set ups. The whole idea behind the trading plan is to keep emotions away and take decisions logically.


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Dealing with Your Forex Losses

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This is a guest post by Elizabeth Goldman

There’s no denying that forex trading is an exciting way to make money. You can get a return on your investment in a matter of minutes if the market goes your way. It is inevitable however, that you will take some losses, but if managed correctly they can form part of a successful strategy. Here, we will look at different methods for dealing with losses.


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Forex 5 Stars

The purpose of this page is to encourage and collect the user reviews of a Forex product called Forex 5 Stars. To get the details about this product (such as its features) or if you’re looking for support, please visit the official website that can be found at forex5stars.net.


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GBP/USD Forex Strategy That is Very Simple and Makes 20 Pips Daily Using Pending Orders

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This is a guest post by Ahmad Hassam

GBP/USD is one of the major pairs that gets heavily traded. GBP/USD pair is also known as the Cable. GBP/USD pair is affected by the interest rate differential between the Bank of England (BoE) and the Federal Reserve (FED). GBP/USD pair tends to have a positive correlation with EUR/USD and a negative correlation with USD/CHF. For example, a few days back this pair was trading in tandem with the EUR/USD pair.

Many traders trade GBP/USD and EUR/USD. They need to keep the positive correlation between the two currency pairs in view when trading both these pairs together. There are many strategies to trade the GBP/USD pair. Some are heavily based on the London Market Open as this pair normally starts trading in a range a few hours before the London Market open and tends to make a breakout after the London market open.


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EUR/USD Rises on Easing European Borrowing Costs

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This is a guest post by Ezekiel Chew

EUR/USD climbed as solid eurozone sovereign debt sales and signs of Greece moving closer to a vital debt-swap deal eased concerns and renewed confidence over Europe’s refinancing capability. Spain and France sold bonds at lower yields yesterday and today Greece and its private bondholders will resume debt-swap talks to overcome differences on interest payments. Currency strategist at Bank of New Zealand, Mike Jones said “Given that the European debt markets are the focus at the moment, positive signs emerging there have helped sooth any investor nerves. The market really focused in on the negative headlines rather than the arguably slightly firmer details of that employment number”.


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Auto FX Payday

The purpose of this page is to encourage and collect the user reviews of a Forex product called Auto FX Payday. To get the details about this product (such as its features) or if you’re looking for support, please visit the official website that can be found at autofxpayday.com.


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Keltner Bells

The purpose of this page is to encourage and collect the user reviews of a Forex product called Keltner Bells. To get the details about this product (such as its features) or if you’re looking for support, please visit the official website that can be found at keltnerbells.com.


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How to Apply the Fibonacci Retracement Tool Correctly?

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This is a guest post by Alexander Treston

The Fibonacci retracement tool is one of those tools in forex that a forex trader simply cannot do without. This is because in the financial markets, prices do not move in a continuous straight line, but in a convoluted twist of pullbacks and advances. Whenever the price action of a currency has moved substantially in a particular direction due to a very strong trend, those traders who were able to get in early would at some point, decide to take some profits from their trades. This will place the gaining currency on offer and will lead to a supply excess over demand for that currency at that particular time, leading to price pullbacks.


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7 Mistakes That Forex Traders Make: How to Stop Losing Money

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This is a guest post by Mark Adams

Forex trading is a great way to make good money by leveraging your capital against the small currency movements which happen every day. Unfortunately it can sometimes get a bad name due to all of the systems and courses online which promise to make you rich overnight.

The good news is that you can still make money from trading currencies, but there is a steep learning curve and plenty of mistakes that you will need to avoid. To get you started, here are the worst ones:


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Chronic Forex

The purpose of this page is to encourage and collect the user reviews of a Forex product called Chronic Forex. To get the details about this product (such as its features) or if you’re looking for support, please visit the official website that can be found at chronicforex.com.


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