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Forex Trading Blog Updates
Last week, we’ve covered the if-else conditional statement and its usage in forex EA coding. This time, we’ll focus on the for statement, its proper syntax, and a few examples.
One of the common questions I get from forex traders is, "How do I follow the trend longer-term?" For me, it's a 3 step process & 2 types of profit targets.
Even with volatility slowing down, my trades in NZD/CAD & EUR/NZD continue to grind in my direction. So with more pips in the bag, it's time to make forex adjustments to lock up more profit.
I read an interesting article on Bloomberg.com concerning the performance at PIMCO now that Bill “Captain Bligh” Gross has left the ship.
In their latest update of the MT5 platform, MetaQuotes unveiled new features catering mostly to forex expert advisor enthusiasts. Check 'em out!
Both of my only open forex trades closed earlier this week, one winner and one loser. Here's a quick review and a potential setup to keep an eye out for.
Unfortunately I ended up just about breakeven as I had one winning trade and one losing trade. See how it all went down in today's Cowabunga Surf Report.
Mixed forex price action, but a common theme seems to be a strong Loonie and yen on today's geopolitical news, and a weaker pound despite positive retail sales data.
Not too long ago, a downturn in inflation spurred by falling oil prices was causing a huge headache for most economies. Are we seeing a recovery these days?
Let's cap off this trading week with a euro special, forex fellas! Take a look at these trend setups and retracement plays on EUR/GBP, EUR/AUD, and EUR/CAD.
In forex trading, it is very easy to get lost in the game. You get on your trading platform, try to get some pips, and in the process you usually forget the most basic risk management practices.
Now that the end of the month and the quarter is fast approaching, I've decided to close my forex positions on EUR/NZD, AUD/CAD, and USD/CAD. Here's my review for these setups.