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Advanced Forex Trading Course

This course consists of articles that are advanced steps in the world of forex trade. The course is based on the study and application of trade principles and practices. This advanced course aims to help you in every area related to trading successfully in the forex market.

The articles below cover various important forex ideas that enable successful and profitable trade, such as trends and volume analysis, support and resistance lines, trendline scalping, understanding trends, and charts. Among these resources, the most important guide must be outlined as the Doji Candlestick Analysis– an instrument that is used by most successful forex traders.

All educational articles are delivered by Finance Brokerage free of charge, which can be useful for both skilled and novice traders. Beginners who have just entered the world of financial education and want to collect all information available on the market will find it very useful. While advanced traders can enjoy developing their craft and improving their expertise.

How Does Stock Trading Work?

How Does Stock Trading Work? The stock market is where the appreciation of investors about a particular company plays a key role.  Stock trading is one of the oldest markets in the modern economy. In the stock markets, hundreds of buyers and sellers of stocks look to each other to trade. And this trade is independent of the company that those shares represent. Let's get into stock trading and learn more about this crazy world of finance. What are Stock…

The Differences and Similarities Between CFDs and Futures

The Differences and Similarities Between CFDs and Futures In online trading, there are two main types of instruments for trading derivatives: CFDs and futures. Both instruments share some basic characteristics: They are derivative products, which means that, unlike spot operations, when trading these instruments, you are not buying or selling an asset. By investing in derivatives on a certain asset, you are speculating about the direction in which the price of that asset will move. This means that, in both…

Market Sentiment and Positioning

Market Sentiment and Positioning Although asset prices are mainly dependent on technical and fundamental factors, they can also be affected by market sentiment. Emotions generally modify markets, and these feelings can be reflected in the price. For example, the market reacted nervously to the 2016 inauguration of Donald Trump in the US. While most polls predicted a Hillary Clinton victory, markets went into a state of shock when Trump was the winner. The reaction led to a general sell-off of…

The Impact of High-frequency Trading on Retail Investors

The Impact of High-frequency Trading on Retail Investors Capital markets are one of the purest forms of true trade. Almost all participants, except for central banks, participate with a specific intention: to make money. Whether you are a trader looking to earn a daily living or a corporate hedger looking to maintain cash flows, participants in the capital markets are focused on maximizing income most efficiently. What makes most capital markets efficient is the underlying belief that you can enjoy…

Why Does Quantitative Trading Improve Technical analysis?

Why Does Quantitative Trading Improve Technical Analysis? Quantitative trading is based on fundamental analysis, that is, taking into account the fundamental ratios of companies, indices, etc.  Our objective when we start trading can be to obtain good short-term profitability. However, when time passes, we realize that we must look for formulas that allow us to obtain high recurring returns, month after month, year after year because that is the only way to multiply our money and become successful investors. With…

Available markets for CFDs

Available markets for CFDs Due to the nature of what CFDs (Contracts for difference) are, they are highly versatile. As you do not have to own any assets when dealing with a CFD, you can take on any asset you please. This means you can easily slip into areas like stock and commodity markets without having to pay the prerequisite price you usually would. The flexibility of these contracts is one of their main selling points and why they have…

Advanced trading Guide: Doji Candlestick Analysis

Advanced trading Guide: Doji Candlestick Analysis Doji Candlestick Analysis pattern is among the misunderstood candlestick patterns. There are four types of Doji candlesticks. Each has a different meaning and most advanced traders can figure them out. Most books written will teach Doji as a representation of indecision in the markets. Looking at the length of Doji, you'll be able to speculate the future market movement. In this post, you'll learn how to read and analyze Doji candlestick pattern. What is…

Looking at fundamental commodity trading

Looking at fundamental commodity trading We have indeed discussed the types of strategies one can employ when trading commodities quite recently. This included range trading and trading breakout strategies. The strategies we looked at involved using mostly technical indicators to establish the best places to invest in, so with the aid of price chart information. One had to, broadly speaking, look for places with low investment that might at some point experience more investment. One wants to start investing in…

Common commodity trading strategies

Common commodity trading strategies Commodity trading is a somewhat tough but fair method through which to make some money. You need time and dedication to get through it properly, and not sink. As with anything in large endeavours in life, this means developing a proper strategy. A trading strategy greatly streamlines processes, so that you can keep better track of what you are doing. Otherwise, you will quickly feel overwhelmed with all the options available to you. Therefore, before you…

What sets commodity prices

What sets commodity prices   The factors that affect commodity prices world-over are manifold. This goes for all markets, in many situations. Much like any asset, the basic underlying driver of all prices is demand and supply. However, just because we can boil it down to these two factors doesn’t make it simple. These two factors themselves are driven from multiple directions. Therefore, in this article, we shall guide you on several important contributors to the price of commodities. The…

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