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Weekly Trading Lesson
Friday, 27 February 2015 03:00 GMT | Daily |
The DailyFX Instructors give a new lesson every day that you can immediately use to improve your trading!

A New Way To Manage Risk When Trading FX

There is more than one method to enter or exit the market. Today’s lesson will discuss a methodology for exiting potential non-profitable trades.
DailyFX Instructors Post of the Day
Friday, 27 February 2015 20:00 GMT | Daily |
You can get a sneak peek into DailyFX's Education Department. Every day we share an actual post from one of our three courses.

2 Reasons NZD/USD Could Be a Buy

The Kiwi is giving us two reasons why buying might be the best course of action.
Chart of the Day
Wednesday, 25 February 2015 14:20 GMT | Daily |
DailyFX Instructors post a chart and highlight potential trading opportunities that they see. They invite your questions too!

EURUSD False Breakout

After an early morning breakout, the EURUSD is back isnside of its pivot range. Learn today's reversal values with the Chart of the Day!
Trend of the Day
Friday, 27 February 2015 14:22 GMT | Daily |
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.

GBPJPY Sentiment Remains Elevated

Using forex technical analysis we can identify which currencies are trending and follow those trends using the DailyFX Plus Breakout2 strategy.

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