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Not that we're a few weeks into a new trading quarter, how are your forex trading resolutions holding up? Here are a few tips that could help you sustain changes in your strategy.
Forex volatility picked up and currencies moved like rollercoasters in the morning London session, giving traders plenty of choices to grab some pips.
Just when you thought that most central bankers have already caused enough chaos in the forex market this week, BOJ Governor Kuroda revealed that policymakers are already discussing an exit strategy.
While I'm waiting for some major pair setups to emerge, I decided to update you guys on my forex trades so far this month.
Last month, we've covered the topic of opening trade orders on your forex EA and looked at a few examples. This time I'll be discussing additional functions you might need in managing your trade orders.
Price action in USD/JPY has been consolidating back to 119.00 often over the last few months. Will this latest retest be another opportunity for a lift higher?
I've spotted all three kinds of triangle patterns on the forex charts and I'm gonna share 'em all with you right here. Will we see breakouts soon?
No luck on my Guppy short thanks to a shift to positive risk sentiment and bullish commentary from the Bank of England meeting minutes.
I'm seeing a trifecta of technical signals on EUR/NZD's 4-hour forex chart and I think the long-term fundamentals line up, too! Is the trend my friend on this one?
Unfortunately there were no valid signals today as the market was already making it's move before our session started. See how it all went down in today's Cowabunga Surf Report.
It looks like this year ain't shaping up to be a good sequel to the blockbuster "2014: Year of the Dollar" as the Greenback is having trouble sustaining its climb. Are the days of dollar domination over?
How do we move away from the stop loss mentality and start to manage the forex trade like a winner?