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  • How to Read a Candlestick Chart

    - Reviewed by James Stanley, Dec. 15, 2021 READING CANDLESTICK CHARTS – TALKING POINTS: Candlestick charts differ greatly from the traditional bar chart Traders generally prefer using candlestick charts for day-trading because they offer an enjoyable visual perception of price It’s important to understand the key components of a candle, and what they indicate, to apply candlestick…

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  • Forex Vs Stocks: Top Differences & How to Trade Them

    Reviewed by Nick Cawley on December 8, 2021 Traders often compare forex vs stocks to determine which market is better to trade. Despite being interconnected, the forex and stock market are vastly different. The forex market has unique characteristics that set it apart from other markets, and in the eyes of many, also make it…

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  • How to Read a Candlestick Chart

    - Reviewed by James Stanley, Dec. 15, 2021 READING CANDLESTICK CHARTS – TALKING POINTS: Candlestick charts differ greatly from the traditional bar chart Traders generally prefer using candlestick charts for day-trading because they offer an enjoyable visual perception of price It’s important to understand the key components of a candle, and what they indicate, to apply candlestick…

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  • Forex Spreads Trading Strategies & Tips

    - Reviewed by James Stanley, Nov. 24, 2021 This article will explore top forex spread trading techniques and key tips traders should follow to protect themselves against a widening spread. The forex spread is the difference in price between the bid (buy) and the ask (sell) price. The spread can widen and narrow depending on a variety…

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  • Hawkish vs Dovish: How Monetary Policy Affects FX Trading

    - Reviewed by James Stanley, Nov. 24, 2021 You have probably heard a financial news presenter say something along the lines of “The central bank governor came out slightly hawkish today after bouts of strong economic data”. The terms Hawkish and Dovish refer to whether central banks are more likely to tighten (hawkish) or accommodate (dovish) their monetary…

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