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Weekly Trading Lesson
Tuesday, 22 July 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!

2 Simple Strategies to Help You Trade a Favorable Bounce

The FX Market is composed of pairs, meaning that an aggressive move in one direction is often retraced, here’s how you can spot such entries.
DailyFX Instructors Post of the Day
Friday, 18 July 2014 19:00 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.

How a Range Strategy Can Make Sideways Markets Tradable

When a pair is moving sideways, support and resistance levels can create advantageous trading opportunities.
Chart of the Day
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 13:09 GMT | Daily |
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DailyFX Instructors post a chart and highlight potential trading opportunities that they see. They invite your questions too!

FX Reversals: EURAUD Breaks Support

The EURAUD has moved through support, on Aussie CPI data. With price below 1.4257 traders will continue to look for the creation of lower lows.
Trend of the Day
Wednesday, 23 July 2014 03:02 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.

What is a Good Win Ratio?

Many traders judge a strategy by its win ratio only to be disappointed with their results. Use this simple calculation to identify if a strategy has a positive bias.

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Today's Word
Equity

This is the "floating" value of funds in the account, including profits and losses on open positions. If you were to close all open positions, the account’s Equity would become the account’s Balance, as this "floating" value would then be "locked in."