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Weekly Trading Lesson
Wednesday, 22 October 2014 03:00 GMT | Daily |
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The DailyFX Instructors give a new lesson every day that you can immediately use to improve your trading!

Free Automated Strategies (1 of 3): Trading Breakouts

Learn how to automate this breakout strategy during correct market conditions for free.
DailyFX Instructors Post of the Day
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 03:30 GMT | Daily |
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You can get a sneak peek into DailyFX's Education Department. Every day we share an actual post from one of our three courses.

When Markets are Nervous, You Don’t Have To Be

Markets can feel like they’re either perfectly in sync or completely random, either way, a simple plan keeps you in charge instead of the market.
Chart of the Day
Tuesday, 21 October 2014 12:47 GMT | Daily |
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DailyFX Instructors post a chart and highlight potential trading opportunities that they see. They invite your questions too!

AUDJPY Support and Resistance Update

The AUDJPY has already moved through its daily trading range 4 times. Learn today's support and resistance values with the Chart of the Day!
Trend of the Day
Wednesday, 15 October 2014 19:00 GMT | Daily |
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It is always very important to be able to identify a trend. Our instructors point out trends every day in this article, and discuss them with traders.

Trading Tools for Quick Market Analysis

Learn to quickly size up the market with the Technical Analyzer. This trading tool provides key information for your favorite currency pairs and CFD's!

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Today's Word
Limit Entry

Limit Entry (LE) Orders are orders to enter the market at a more favorable price. For example - if we were buying a currency pair, a Limit Entry order would be below the current market price. Only if the market went down to that price, would the order be able to be filled. If placing a LE on a short trade, entry price will be above current market price.