What 2% a month can earn you

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Legend has it that when asked to name the greatest invention in human history, Albert Einstein replied ‘Compounding interest’. Whether Einstein actually said this or not, we would certainly not be one to disagree! In simple terms, the compounding part comes from the interest you earn on the interest you’ve already earnt.     As … Continue reading What 2% a month can earn you

Trading sessions

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While it is true that the forex market is open 24hrs a day five days a week, it doesn’t mean that it’s always active. Breaking down this 24hr auction house into manageable trading sessions is important. Knowing when liquidity is likely to come into the market and when it is expected to diminish, helps one … Continue reading Trading sessions

What is an AB=CD pattern?

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Developed by Scott Carney and Larry Pesavento, after being originally discovered by H. M. Gartley, the AB=CD pattern has become an effective technique to have in one’s toolbox. After months of research, back testing and also live trading, we feel comfortable presenting this setup to our readers. Just to be clear, the following is not … Continue reading What is an AB=CD pattern?

How to identify trendlines

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Unlike support and resistance levels, trendlines are drawn at an angle. These widely used technical lines are, first and foremost, used to determine the trend. By drawing these lines one can establish whether a market is in the process of rallying north (an uptrend), dropping south (a downtrend) or in the phase of a consolidation.  … Continue reading How to identify trendlines

Thinking in Probabilities

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Did you know that you do not have to be right each time you interact with the market? Heck, you don’t even need to be correct 50% of the time to bank a profit in this business! Once one has mastered a setup with an edge, trading should, to a point, be no more than … Continue reading Thinking in Probabilities