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What is Risk Management ?
Risk Management is The Analysis and identification For Make Decision of uncertain Investment at Forex Market ,By Using Risk Management We can Control Our Investment Risk and Control Our Profit ,So Risk Management not only Important But also Require For our every Entry.By using Risk Management We can Control Our Live Trading Risk At Forex Market For Safety of Our Trading Fund But Without Risk Management We Are Here Like Gambler ,Our Trading Behave to Market Unjustified,So We Face Lose,Always Remember ,Risk Management reduce Our Trading risk .
Why Risk management?
The main objective Of Risk Management are Below :
Minimize Trading Risk.
For Protect Our Trading Account and Make Money Long Time.
Identify Future Trading risk .
Identify Future Trading Problem.
For Long Term Trading plan.
To Ensure That Risks are identified .
Improved Our Trading Portfolio .
For Stable Trading Career At Forex Market .
Risk Management Process Method
Risk Management Apply For Minimize Trading risk ,Risk Management identify Trading risk and Predict Future impact of all of our Trading.
First_We Should Be Review Our Previous Trading record And Analysis What Type Problem was found and W…
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VictoriaVika avatar


Thanks for your article, there is many useful information, really good strategy and detail explanation. Well done! Go ahead! :)

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brilliant 25 Jan.

I think there is no high risk limit. but it should be calculated carefully and accepted.

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The forex market is the largest financial market and can be accessed around the world, but even though there are many forex investors, only a few are really successful. Many traders fail for the same reason the failure in other asset classes. In addition, extreme leverage - the use of borrowed capital (collateral) to increase the potential return on investment - that is provided by the market, and a number of relatively small margin to trade currencies, denying traders the opportunity to make a lot of mistakes at low risk. Factors specific to currency trading can lead to some traders expect a return on investment greater than the market can offer, or to take more risks.
Certain errors may keep traders on their investment objectives. The following are some of the common pitfalls that can interfere with the forex trader:
1. Not Maintaining Discipline in conducting trade.
The biggest mistake that can be made by any trader is to let emotions control trading decisions. Being a successful forex trader means achieving a major victory after a while suffering from a lot of small losses. Experiencing many consecutive losses emotionally disturbing, and can test the patience and confidence of…
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Thank you, Anna :)

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Likerty 25 Mar.

Man, you forgot to place some pictures..:) Thats a no-go in this contest...

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Rather difficult to apply in the form of images. but thanks for the suggestion. :)

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Airmike 25 Mar.

nice article

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Thank you, Airmike :)

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Dear Traders,
first of all, I want to wish you a Happy New Year 2015, let’s make it successful together!
Last month, I wrote about my Bollinger Band Strategy for Trending Markets – the full article is here:
http://www.dukascopy.com/fxcomm/fx-article-contest/?My-Bollinger-Band-Strategy-For&action=read&id=2122
I want to thank community user garisan from Spain for asking a very good question about trade management due to the dynamic nature of the Bollinger Bands and promised him to explain it in more detail. This is what my second article is about.
The In-Trade-Management Strategies pointed out here, do not only apply to my mentioned strategy, but you can use them with modifications in your own trades. In this article, I will explain it with my Bollinger Band Strategy for Trending Markets. The trade entry is described in the previous article. At this point we entered the trade, placed our initial stops and targets and we are now in the trade.
First Example:
Let’s begin with the first illustration. I picked a 15 minute chart of EURUSD. We identified the uptrend, our middle band was hit and entered the trade with a long. We set our initial stop and initial target.
Our initial ri…
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Nicco 14 Jan.

Thank you for this article! If you are interested with BB indicator I suggest to you another article about using /managing the Bollinger Double Band indicator

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fxigor 20 Jan.

I am glad that you implemented BB strategy. " both bands narrowing" is indicator for trend change. Cheers.

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fullmoon 20 Jan.

Thank you @fxigor, it's always an alert when bands are narrowing.

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Mariia 22 Jan.

Good job!

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Good Job

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Hi, I wanna talk about something that I've noticed, and never read it in any book, or any trading forum, and never heard any trader talking about this, and to me, personally, I think is the main reason why trading is so damn hard, and also is the reason why a newbie trader has absolutely no chance to win at trading, no matter how luck you are at the beginningBasically we all have heard the advice that your take profit should be ideally a lot more than your risk, let's say 2:1 because then you will only have to win 33% of your trades to be profitable, or 3:1 because then you would have to win 25% to be profitable etc etc and so on , or try any number under the simple formula : risk/(risk +reward) and you will get the minimum percentage of trades that you should win in the long run to be profitable (minus trading fees of course ) this advice that sounds so beautiful apparently , gives raise to what I like to call, the risk:reward paradox it consist basically , in that whenever your R:R is more than 1 and you are wrong, if you would have done exactly the opposite you could be wrong too!let's see some example in picture 1, you buy EUR/USD @ 1,3000, your stop loss is 20 pips and your ta…
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in order to create a burst of liquidity for the big guys to trade billions of dollars.

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Klaudioz 7 Sep.

It's very interesting

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gonzalo 7 Sep.

ebiesczad, I dont know what having to do market manipulation, the smart money and the big guys etc etc with my article, seriusly looks like I talk about apples and you about oranges....

my article is just an observation that when you identify and entry and your reward is bigger than your risk, is possible that trader A buys and his stop loss is hit, and trader B sells in the same point and his SL is hit too, of course this will not always be the case, but a lot of the time it will be
also the fact you could buy and lose or sells and still lose matchs exactly with the definition of "paradox"

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Likerty 10 Sep.

Shouldnt SL be beyond the point where the actual movement started? Otherwise - whats the point if price comes back to trigger this SL in the middle of the range and then proceed further within innitial direction..?

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gonzalo 10 Sep.

hi, it suppose your entry is on the far left, and you don't know what is going to happen next

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Premise:Lets consider to start with, that we are given $500. We are given the option to trade and we have a 99.9% chance to gains $1, but at the same time we have a probability of 0.1% that we lose all $500. This trade seems like a no-brainer and lets be honest most rational humans would take this trade, now why is this, and why does this cause problems? Well you would not be wrong in terms of probabilistic returns that this trade would work well, if we were to trade 1,000 during the year the maths would suggest that we win 999 times and lose once. This equates to a $999 gross profit and $500 loss. This leads to a net profit of $499 - 99.8% profit. Because of this very simple maths, we would take this trade no questions asked after all there is a 0.1% to lose. The problem occurs that humans are greedy, and while famously stated that "greed is good" it can also cloud our judgement. Why is this? well once we make a trade, we consider another scenario with the same parameters $1 gain with a probability of 99.9% etc, and of course we take this once again. This goes on and on... all the way until one almost assumes that there is no risk and that we have a 100% chance of success.This of …
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AdrianWS 16 July

@jetaro this is absolutely true, all numbers in forex. However use of RSI, stochs, MA's candles etc can push the probability marginally in your favour i.e. 55/45 or 60/40 and this is what is key - I use a derivative of this idea but of course I combine Technical analysis to it and not just simply maths. But I know physicists and mathematicians that have no economically/trading experience that trade on methods like this and it does work.

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Sergei2 16 July

Don't get me wrong, I really think your idea is bright and it has a big potential! Basically, we're using well known fact, that a probability of a tiny movement (i.e. 2p.) are disproportionately high regarding the probability of ultra-large movement (600 p.). If not for spread, this alone would be profitable tactic (with the premise, that a lose occurs in less then 1.5 year).. I'll continue to think about this method, thanks :)

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Sergei2 16 July

Ok, I double-checked my backtesting results (in MT4 with 90%) and immediately have found an error (actual candle would not gave the result that is shown in Results tab), so all this 9 losses probably was just my noob mistake all alone, sorry for that lol

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xtrader360 16 July

Excellent job!!!

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Victor 17 July

very nicely written (black/white swan) but as you already mentioned it comes with assumption. But I thik it is worth attempting

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"Risk comes from not knowing what you are doing" - Warren Buffett"Good money management alone isn't going to increase your edge at
all. If your system is not good enough, you are going to still lose money, no
matter how effective your money management rules are. But if you have an
approach that makes money, then money management can make the difference
between success and failure. - Monroe TroutThere are many trading quotes out there from very successful billionaires such as these aforementioned two, centred around the concept of risk management and controlling your total exposure - there must be a reason for the successful traders to go on an on about this crucial aspect to any and all trade plans.Risk management is all about limiting your total, worst case, losses in the market at any given time. Before we explore some of the key ideas to follow you must remember the safest, most liquid and lowest risk level of market exposure is no exposure, in other words no open positions and fully cash.One key point to remember is that Risk management can come in many forms; A Dollar amount - Such as the feature operated by Dukascopy to close ALL positions after there is a open loss of a pre-…
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AdrianWS 6 June

Hey thanks you lot, Alifari that is an amazing quote that many people should remind themselves of often. good luck out there.

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scramble 7 June

Very professional level in explaining these complex steps in our activity. Manage risk and hedge portfolio.Hedging requires good skills in trading and i agree, is not buy EU n sell GU lol. But also if done correctly, one could buy EU in the top, and sell GU in the bottom. Typical kind of massacre! R/R 1:1 is my favorite. If i can't see reasons to target the same pips of my stop loss, i simply don't open the trade. Are they 15 or 150 pips. It's always a matter of patience: the other day, the trade will be better ;-) good luck!

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LinnuxFX 8 June

Well done... risk management is an important point of a complete trading plan. I think it is the most important part... good luck

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Forsmin 8 June

Good luck

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AdrianWS 9 June

Thanks everyone, much appreciated :) My next article will be on my portfolio that was mentioned above as I have received some inquires about it and how I utilize it. Hope you will enjoy it.

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I would like to share my favorite trend following method.  This method is suitable for traders who prefer a high R (return on risk) at the expense of a lower hit rate;  winners are often 2 or 3 times the risk but only around 50% of the trades that the method generates are winners.This method is extremely simple.  Here is what you need to get started.Pull up a naked chart and apply the following moving averages:a)  50-period SMA (dark red)b)  21-period EMA (dark blue)c ) 6-period smoothed moving average applied to highs (dark grey, dotted line)d)  6-period smoothed moving average applied to lows (dark grey, dotted line)Here is how I trade the method:a) the 50-period SMA is my long term (strategic) buy/sell line.  When price trades above the 50-SMA, I only look for long setups. When price trades below the 50-SMA, I only look for short setups. In other words, I use the 50-SMA to determine the directional bias.b) the 21-EMA is my short-term (tactical) filter.  As with the 50-SMA, I must be on the right side of the 21-EMA to take a trade (below for shorts, above for longs). In addition, the 21-EMA must not point against me; if I am looking for a short, the 21-EMA must not point up (it c…
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TBFX 22 Apr.

@Comenium88 I will send you a PM with additional examples (not sure how I can post them here).The method can be applied to any time frame according to your own comfort level. I would highlight 3 key points to this method: 1) Simplicity. These filters are enough to give you an edge. 2) the 50-SMA buy/sell line, in my mind, is the same as upper time-frame agreement (ex. you short on the H1 when the H4 shows bearish bias). 3) the tunnel of 6 gives you some, though not definite, signs that big players are participating; it takes a certain amount of cash to move a pair outside the tunnel.

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belman 26 Apr.

Good luck my friend +3 like to you

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nicadams 26 Apr.

Good concept tbfx, i like the tunnel of 5 "filter" idea +1

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pmeyer 26 Apr.

pretty cool system +1 for you

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Comenium88 27 Apr.

thx TBFX ;) Looking forward to hear from you soon. Good luck!

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Fundamental Analysis for the upcoming week:This Builds on the previous week. Last week there some big Fundamental releases and the major Currency Pairs had some fairly large moves too.Relative to the USDCAD - +0.99%AUD - +0.35%GBP - -0.26%JPY - -0.72%NZD - -0.80%EUR - -1.88%CHF - -1.98%Last weeks main Event in my opinion was the 3 Year LTRO release from the ECB. This was how much money the ECB was to loan out to 800 banks across Europe at just 1%. The number came in at EUR 530Bn. This is a major risk event as this is designed to give stability and liquidity to the banks and large institutions. The main fear is the increase in the leverage of the ECB as it now supports more debts that it has loaned out with no more hard tangible assets, thus increasing its leverage.Therefore a small fall or default from a few of those loans then a total loss could happen and this would be very bad. Anyway the upcoming week should build on the previous week as it seems that there could be further weakness from EUR and CHF as seen in the end of last week.Because of the VERY high amount of fundamental Releases this week I will include more than the usual 5 top ones as there are just so many of importan…
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Good writin once agian. I hope you continue on with this good stuff

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Nice article. I look forward to this weeks one.

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Ltjere 17 Mar.

Goo analysis from a different perspective.

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Nice article =))

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marius24 23 Mar.

i trade 70% based on fundamentals ..so very important in forex

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This article will look at the major fundamental figures of the top Countries involved in trading of the major currency pairs (or those that include the USD):-EURUSD-GBPUSD-USDCHF-USDCAD-AUDUSD-NZDUSD-USDJPYUnited States of America:Currency : United States Dollar (USD)GDP : 14.58 Trillion USDGDP Y/Y : 1.60%GDP/Capita : $48,147 USDInterest Rate set By Federal Reserve : 0.25%Inflation Rate : 2.90%Unemployment rate : 8.30%Government Budget surplus/deficit : -10.30Debt to GDP ratio : 100.5%Eurozone:Currency : Euro (EUR)GDP : 12.45 Trillion USDGDP Y/Y : 0.70%GDP/Capita : $35,887 USDInterest rate set by ECB : 1.00%Inflation rate : 2.70%Unemployment rate : 10.40%Governement Surplus/deficit : -6.20Debt to GDP ratio : 85.10 ( However some countries like Greece has 125% while Germany 83%)United Kingdom:Currency : Pound Sterling (GBP)GDP : 2.24 Trillion USDGDP Y/Y : 0.80%GDP/Capita : $39,604 USDInterest Rate set By Bank Of England : 0.50%Inflation Rate : 3.60%Unemployment rate : 8.40%Government Budget surplus/deficit : -10.30Debt to GDP ratio : 80.00%Switzerland:Currency : Swiss Franc (CHF)GDP : 0.52 Trillion USDGDP Y/Y : 1.30%GDP/Capita : $84,983 USDInterest Rate set By Swiss Central Bank : 0…
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masterfxtrader avatar

Nice stuff. Japan's debt seems quite a lot surprised how it got that big.

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Yeah I agree with doctor. Next week do a fundamental analysis overview for the next week. Thanks. Either way good article, with useful info.

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AdrianWS 24 Feb.

Hey, thanks for the support, If every one wants it I will do some of the scheduled announcements and analysis on them. thanks again.

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Stefanos 25 Feb.

Check out FSKLIRIS article. He te best.

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AdrianWS 25 Feb.

please don't spam my articles with this.

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News for the next week:The week of the 12th - 18th February holds some very interesting and important news releases for the financial markets.In this article I will analyse the most important and biggest moving Scheduled news releases.On Tuesday 14th at 9:30 GMT or 10:30 CET the Office for National Statistics will release the United Kingdom's CPI data M/M and Y/YThe Consumer Price Index is the most important inflation measuring study which is used by the Bank of England.It measures inflation by taking a basket of goods and measuring the price changes. As the BoE needs to keep inflation between 1-3% and so traders are very keen to know the results of this.Previous month print - 4.2% y/y against estimates of 4.2% - This shows that the CPI data didn't come in as a shock and as the previous months CPI was 4.8% it has cooled off. This was GBP positive and therefore the GBP/USD rose as seen in the chart.Therefore the estimates for the upcoming week are 3.6% and for me if we print on estimate we will see a similar move as last month. Generally speaking if the number is higher than estimates the GBP "should" rise as it would hint that the BoE should raise interest rates to calm off the inf…
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ZeroIce 16 Feb.

It was interesting to learn about this risks.

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pistek 16 Feb.

gl4you, great:)

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AdrianWS 16 Feb.

Philly fed printed at 10.2 above estimates of 9.0 providing risk on for all assests, EUR, AUD, NZD rising, see chart - http://tinypic.com/r/9i4d1j/5

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AdrianWS 17 Feb.

Retail sales came in at 0.9% - way above estimates of -0.3%. obviusly good for the GBP and therefore it rose sharply - http://tinypic.com/r/dr5i1e/5 - see chart

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Good analysis for last week. You should start makin this a weekly thing.

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Dow Theory ow Theory is a form of Technical Analysis derived from the works of Charles H. Dow, the founder of the wall street journal and Dow Jones Company (now most famously heard of in Dow Jones Industrial Average - The index of the 30 of the largest companies on the NYSE and acts as a benchmark for the world.)It has been around for about 100 years and has been proven to be succesfulDow theory is mainly comprised of different sections which all combine into one trend for the market.Market Movements :The market at any one time is in one of three modes - Primary, Secondary or intra-day.Primary - Primary represents the overall, longer trend which depending can last from many months, to years or even decades. This will either be a "bull" or "bear" market or when a market is rising in price or falling respectively.Once a trend has been established it is in effect until the trend changes, however the longevity of this move is hard - even impossible - to determine.Success, according to some is seen in identifying the primary trend and trading with it.Secondary - These movements of the market are counter primary trend and move against the market for some time but are not changes just m…
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AdrianWS 27 Jan.

@Quattro - Would you mind gsharing what Currency oair and time frame you are looking at so I can have a look and see if it fits. Thanks.

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Adrian, I do to someextent agree with Quattro here, I find thi abit outdated and useless, dont get me wrong its a good article and very informative but not really useful anymore in my opinion.

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Adrian I was looking at pairs Like AUDUSD and EURAUD if that helps.

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AdrianWS 28 Jan.

I think I can see where you are coming from but I think you must be using too small of a time frame, try to go weekly or even monthly and try again, Hope this helps.

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Ok thanks.

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EURUSD - EURUSD roes sharply this week from 1.2640 to 1.2930 a substantial rise.Most believed to be on the back of short covering but the recent COT report suggests otherwise as it hit Record Shorts of -160K from -155K Net Short contracts.Fundamentals - Greece, Italy and Germany are running the markets recently andfor the foreseeable future, with Europes debt crisis being far more important than any US news. Greece is dangerously close to the edge with its next major debt repayment date being March 20th. If Greece doesn't pay it could trigger a credit event meaning CDS's have to be paid and this could lead to greater problems than 2008 and lehman brother.You just have to look at Greek 1 yrs ( http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/quote?ticker=GGGB1YR:IND) yielding 390% and 10yrs (http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/quote?ticker=GGGB10YR:IND) at 34%Those figures are entirly unsustainable and greece will most likely Default.Technicals - We saw EURUSD brake up above a desecding trendline and rise to just short of 1.300 - a major pyschological level - which if broken will lead to massive short covering which could potentially push up 200+ pips.we appered to have bottomed at just above 1.26 with a fa…
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DaddyPapi 23 Jan.

Nice article, I have a similar outlook for the AUD USD and the EURO AUD & EURO CAD (my next article). But I think the EURO USD is gonna head back bearish for the same economic reasons as the other EURO pairs and the high correlation between them..plus EURO USD still hasnt hit the support of the Monthly Chart´s triangle as yet..

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kkforex 24 Jan.

I guess euro is going to head back down after 1.3150..when USDX tests around 78.

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doctortyby 25 Jan.

The Euro has not gone bearish Yet. Everybody is waiting to short the Euro. Good Fundamental and Technical Analysis.+1 I make my analysis on both bearish and bullish scenarios.

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Supply & Demand:
The
relationship between Supply and Demand determines PRICE of
any market from soybeans, Orange juice ti the currency pairs.
The
four basic laws of supply and demand are:
If
demand increases and supply remains unchanged, then it leads to higher
equilibrium price and quantity.
If
demand decreases and supply remains unchanged, then it leads to lower
equilibrium price and quantity.
If
supply increases and demand remains unchanged, then it leads to lower
equilibrium price and higher quantity.
If
supply decreases and demand remains unchanged, then it leads to higher
price and lower quantity.
Supply:
The
Price at which someone is willing and able to sell something - This can be
interpreted as resistance and a place where speculators like us can Short
the market as Supply will exceed demand and price will fall.
Demand:
The
Price at which someone is willing and able to buy something - This
conversly can be interpreted as support as this is they area where people
intend to buy into the market as the demand exceeds supply and therefore
price moves higher.…
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FX - sam seidan can mostly just be googles :) and Does a longer Supply = demand zone mean stronger reaction to reaching that zone afterwards.

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AdrianWS 20 Jan.

Yeah with master fx you can find all his old webinars here - http://www.fxstreet.com/search/contributors/authors/author.aspx?id=5766b88a-1a31-4102-8221-e9bf77216d2f.

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AdrianWS 20 Jan.

normally it does, but it has no rules to specifiy its correlation, therefore it mainly down to whether it lines up with technical or fundamental aswell.

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men79 21 Jan.

interesting....

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AdrianWS 28 Jan.

Thank you everyone for a great month and thanks for the support this month.

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Divergence:
 A divergence is when a security and a
related, normally highly correlated,
momentum oscillator or alternative pair move in opposite
directions.
Normally A trader can look to two highly
correlated stocks, futures, commodities and currency pairs to see if a
divergence is occuring between two. For example we may see the inverse DXY
(USD index) to be rising along with ES_F (Emini SP500 futures) when this
occurs something has to change...
Divergences are a low risk
way of picking tops or bottom in the markets as they are easy to spot and
even easier to trade profitably.
In this guide we will concentrate on using
indicators for a specific FX pair and not talk about intra-pair
divergences.
Indicators:
To do this we will use momentum oscillators,
you can use anything from Stochastics, RSI, MACD (moving average
convergence DIVERGENCE) or even CCI.
Most strategies using indicators are LAGGING.
i.e. they require past price action to predict future such as a stochastic
crossover or RSI moving up under 30.
divergence trading are LEADING strategies.
Types of divergences:
 ---REGULAR and HIDDEN---
Regula…
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Quick Question - Would you recommend scalping with this or do you prefer Swing or longer timeframe trades.

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AdrianWS 14 Jan.

Personally I prefer Swing trades with divergences as the moves made from these don't always follow fully throughso you have more time to react with swing trades. Also Any suggestions for a new article? What does everyone want to learn?

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kkforex 18 Jan.

Nice writeup...especially hidden divergence 1+

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men79 21 Jan.

Very good ...

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AdrianWS 28 Jan.

Thanks everyone for their support, see you next month, I hope to include Elliot waves, Gann analysis and much more.

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 About me: 
I've been trading Currencies,
commodities and other financial instruments for the past 2 years. 
I've been learning by myself without the
help of others and I've got to a point where I
am comfortable trading live accounts profitably.
I am nearly at a stage of financial
freedom for myself and my family through Forex.
While I am a confident in My trading
skills, I am a human and I make mistakes, we all do, And most importantly
to become a successful trader you must be able to learn from these
mistakes and improve on them.
Most recently I turned a $300 micro
account to a $20,000 account in the space of a few months (http://www.myfxbook.com/members/JeremyWS/jeremyws2/132232)
BUT . . . . I did wipe that account in
the space of 2 weeks. This article is
here to help you turn your capital into something much higher but to also
warn you on some common mistakes and some that caused myself to
lose 20k In a few days.
 
How to make it:
You are reading this because you like
the idea of making a lot of money. But you have to know straight away this
is not an easy job. It takes a lot of time investment and pa…
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AdrianWS 26 Nov.

Thanks. I hope to follow this one with a series next month. If you've liked it don't forget to thumbs it up :)

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Ltjere 27 Nov.

Nice I'm looking forward to it :)

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definitely look forward to reading more from you.

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AdrianWS 27 Nov.

Thank you all for the support, just out of the prize for this month but hopefully next month :)

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AdrianWS 28 Nov.

Just an update Im going to put a "technical vs fundamental 4 part guide next month, any suggestions? good idea or not?

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