How Forex trading works from the beginning. How to read quotes, make orders and trades, develop your strategy and more. This 10 page guide will help anyone get started in the world's largest and most global market.
Fear and volatility virtually vanished last year, feeding persistent leverage and risk-taking. Moving into 2014, that complacency is in jeopardy. And, out of that peril arises many of our DailyFX Analysts' Top Trade Opportunities of 2014.
A good trader never stops learning, and every mistake is another potential learning experience. Here are some of our top mistakes from our own personal trading for 2013.
Gold suffered its first annual loss in 13 years when 2013 came to a close. The outlook for the metal's inflation-, risk- and traditional currency-hedge appeal suggest further losses may be in store.
The dollar's fundamental bearings took a hard turn into the end of 2013 on the Fed's decision to initiate the Taper. The implications this holds for competitive stimulus themes, yield forecasts and eventually risk trends lay a strong bullish foundation for the greenback.
What the ECB does in the first quarter of 2014 is critical for the Euro's bearings as the currency comes upon critical technical milestones and key counterparts offer fundamental push back.
The basics of Elliott Wave Analysis, one of the most misunderstood theories of technical analysis. When its rules are understood and applied correctly, Elliott Wave Analysis can often help you interpret and forecast price action. Also available: an in-depth guide to Elliott Wave for forex traders who are already familiar with the approach to the markets.
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