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.
We have passed through a year of tremendous uncertainties, persistent momentum and unusual market conditions. Looking ahead to 2013, major changes to underlying activity levels and long-standing trends present considerable trade potential.
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 2012.
What goes up must come down, and Gold has just fallen for two consecutive quarters for the first time in over a decade. The precious metal derives its value as an alternative to paper currencies and a hedge against inflation. But we discuss reasons that Gold may see continued losses on abated fears of runaway inflation.
The Dow Jones FXCM Dollar Index has surged to multi-year peaks on a record 6 consecutive months of gains despite a hyperactive Federal Reserve and Quantitative Easing policies. Yet significant headwinds warn that the coming months may not be as kind to the Greenback. We discuss key risks to the US Dollar in the coming quarter.
The Euro has had quite the start to the year, rallying to multi-year peaks before tumbling on Italian and Cypriot political and economic crises. The next quarter may bring similarly substantial risks-both foreseeable and unforeseeable. We discuss the key reasons we believe the Euro could see further pressure in the coming quarter.
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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