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What is Technical Analysis?
Technical Analysis is the forecasting of future financial price movements based on an examination of past price movements. Like weather forecasting, technical analysis does not result in absolute predictions about the future. Instead, technical analysis can help investors anticipate what is “likely” to happen to prices over time. Technical analysis uses a wide variety of charts that show price over time.
Technical analysis is applicable to stocks, indices, commodities, futures or any tradable instrument where the price is influenced by the forces of supply and demand. Price data (or as John Murphy calls it, “market action&rdquo refers to any combination of the open, high, low, close, volume, or open interest for a given security over a specific time frame. The time frame can be based on intraday (1-minute, 5-minutes, 10-minutes, 15-minutes, 30-minutes or hourly), daily, weekly or monthly price data and last a few hours or many years.
The Basis of Technical Analysis
At the turn of the century, the Dow Theory laid the foundations for what was later to become modern technical analysis. Dow Theory was not presented as one complete amalgamation, but rather …
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Good job

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nice one!

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geomehdi 31 Aug.

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Hi Friends,
Welcome to first month of financial year, you know one bitter fact in the forex market. Forex is war between individuals where expertise tigers will hunt down new deer’s and share the flesh of profit among them so my aim is to save as many deer I can so I love to share my new leanings to new deer’s to escape from the clutches of tigers and to become one of them without giving away their flesh.
When I am was deer to the forex trading I used to have 100 of doubts, 1000 of confusion, I used to search an answer for all of those and spend some time in reading to learn forex. I am so scared like other deer’s and used to do lot of practice without proper knowledge and used to fallow forex gurus and their signals.
Every new deer will do the same at the beginning life of trading like:
1.Searching a 100 percent working strategy .
2.Searching signals providers.
3.Searching any website that gives an signals for trading.
4.Searching for indicators.
5.Searching for trading systems.
Ask yourself now; did you search any of the above?
You say yes,I know searching a pearl in ocean is difficult but you will get a pearl one day but searching a boat on dry land to get your destination i…
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iiivb 12 May

excellent and thanks for sharing!

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Ayushvam 14 May

very well written..!!

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Yonggi7 18 May

It's an original article! Congratulations!

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All of us would want to be able to beat the market at its game. I set out to study the patterns of candlesticks on any currency pair and I realized that on the one minute candlestick or any time-frame of candlesticks, you will never find twenty consecutive candlesticks without having at least two candlesticks of the same color coming right after each other. I then started to think of a way to figure out how to profit from that proven fact.And the answer was, the martingale system. Yes you heard me right, the martingale system. Don't go away yet, read on and see how you can do it at the same time eliminating risk.
As you can see on the image,the market most probably continues in its direction as the famous quote says, "The trend is your friend." The probability of having two green candlesticks coming one after the other is greater than the probability of two consecutive candlesticks with different colors. When I carried out my research I realized that at most, only ten consecutive candlesticks followed the pattern red, green, red green or vice versa. That is what made me come to the conclusion of a twenty candlestick system as that pattern can never be found over twenty candlestick…
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RahmanSL 2 June

Good System

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jertak 2 June

thanks guys

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mcquak 3 June

Are you trading this system?

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neoGe 4 June

sounds tantalising, let me try!

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Introduction: -
Every trader want to make handsome amount of money by trading Stock, currency and various instruments available through trading platform. we should make a plan for each and every trade, If you're going to put money at risk, make sure the reward is high enough to justify the time and effort you put into the trading decision.
Careful and effective use of technical indicators can improve your trading style, chart patterns and technical indicators are patterns and calculations based on particular pair's past, price and volume activity. They help us to predict an instrument's future price and direction of the trend. I am explaining you basics of Moving average a better known indicator in this article.
Moving Average: the moving average is a simple technical analysis tool that smooths out price data by creating a constantly updating average price. The average price is taken over a specific period of time, 15 minutes, 1 hrs. 1 day, 1 week or any other time period that you choose.
Moving average can help you to identify the direction of price movement or trend, if moving average is going upward and price is also moving up that means trend is up trend as shown in the below…
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great article, very informative and practical

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Kivetat 19 Apr.

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ivanbgd 15 June

nice article

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varunk80 15 June

Thank ivanbgd

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INTRODUCTION Technical analysis involves the use of price and chart patterns to predict the movement of currencies over various time horizons, usually for profit. This is often combined with fundamental analysis, since currencies reflect underlying macroeconomic variables and monetary policy.  However, regardless of the approach chosen by traders, I believe that there is a key set of trading tools that will often provide high-paying trades during both normal and heightened periods of volatility.   Using the Financial Crisis of 2008 and key events in 2011 related to the European Debt crisis, the following examples reveal the trading opportunities that appeared using these high-probability technical tools. Although some trades contradicted the expected reaction of investors to the underlying crisis, the signals still predicted the right direction in which to trade. Therefore, in the event of another period of heightened volatility, using these tools can provide attractive trades regardless of the nature or interpretation of the crisis itself.TECHNICAL TOOLS TREND LINES  These identify the current trend. Breaks of these usually represent the start of reversa…
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thanks highwayman

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ritesh 22 Aug.

Nice detailed article. Do you connect trend-lines to candle tails or on body? +1

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DaddyPapi 26 Aug.

I connect the tail ends when its a trend line. The only time I use the body is when I am drawing consolidation.

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ritesh 26 Aug.

Well, that's different from my method: I connect body while drawing trend-lines and use tails for Fib calculations. Good point about consolidation :) something is common..

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The point of the article was to illustrate how certain patterns can be traded, both historically and recently. As long as the patterns repeat themselves, then they rules are applicable to today´s market movements (EURO CHF and EURO USD this year) - not just historical data as stated by Dukascopy´s review.

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