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  • Technical analysis revealed: The head and shoulders bottom
  • The realm of technical analysis is a huge one. There are a multitude of indicators and patterns that you can use to indicate when it's time to buy. One popular one is the head and shoulders bottom. This shows a share price on the up. Read on to find out how you can spot a head and shoulders bottom… The head and shoulders pattern requires a number of distinguishing features to be present on the... ››› more
  • [28 October 2013]
  • The wonders of the cup and handle continuation pattern
  • Technical analysts watch for a bullish technical indicator, waiting to pounce. These patterns can highlight perfect buying opportunities. And one such pattern is the cup and handle continuation pattern. The cup and handle can show that a trend is set to continue. Read on to find out more about the wonders of the cup and handle continuation pattern… The cup and handle continuation pattern, whic... ››› more
  • [28 October 2013]
  • The bar graph: Packed with information
  • If you decide that technical analysis is your route to pick shares, you need to start with the basics. One of the simplest, yet packed full of information, is the bar graph. A bar graph shows you a lot more than a simple share price chart. Let's take a closer look at what the bar graph shows you… Bar graphs use daily market information to plot the prices of shares, indexes or other financial i... ››› more
  • [25 October 2013]
  • The trend line is basic market psychology at work
  • You've not doubt heard the stock market saying, the trend is your friend. But how do you know what the trend is? When the market is undoubtedly bullish, it's easy to see the uptrend, but sometimes it can be difficult to see. That's when you need to look at trend lines. Read on to find out why the trend line is basic market psychology at work… Trend identification is the cornerstone of a succes... ››› more
  • [25 October 2013]
  • Candlestick patterns revealed: The inside bar
  • Trading candlesticks as part of your technical analysis arsenal could prove profitable. Just a candlestick itself can reveal so much information. But what about a candlestick pattern that can highlight breakouts? Then the inside bar is the one to look out for. Read on to find out more about the inside bar... The different components that make up a candlestick actually tell a story about the mark... ››› more
  • [16 October 2013]
  • A simple, but powerful, candlestick pattern
  • If you're into technical analysis, you've probably heard of candlesticks. This indicator can show you how the market is moving. But you can use it to see where the market is headed. Let's take a closer look at a simple, but powerful, candlestick pattern... Candlesticks are a great indicator of how the market is moving, Max Munroe in Forex Round-Up explains... A green body means we moved up in... ››› more
  • [15 October 2013]
  • 1 way to use candlesticks to see what the market's up to
  • Candlesticks are a popular tool in a technical analyst's toolkit. They can reveal a lot about how the market is moving. Different patterns of candlesticks tell you different things. Let's take a closer look at the engulfing pattern... Very simply, a candlestick has a green body it means the price has gone up and when it has a red body the price has gone down, Max Munroe in Forex Round-Up explain... ››› more
  • [15 October 2013]
  • Technical analysis: The ins and outs of candlesticks
  • If you fancy using technical analysis to help you uncover investment opportunities, then candlesticks could form part of your investment toolkit. To kick off you need to know about the anatomy of a candlestick. Read on to discover the ins and out of candlesticks… Your first step to using candlesticks is understanding what it is telling you, Max Munroe in Forex Round-Up explains… Here are ... ››› more
  • [09 October 2013]
  • Essential forex indicators: The power of the Relative Strength Index
  • When reading about forex analysis, you might have come across the Relative Strength Index (RSI). It's a very powerful indicator. When applied correctly, you can use it to indicate overbought or oversold currencies. Let's take a closer look at the power of the Relative Strength Index… The RSI is a momentum indicator, Max Munroe in Forex Round-Up explains… You can use momentum indicators to... ››› more
  • [04 October 2013]
  • Technical analysis revealed: The ins and out of Fibonacci Theory
  • Among traders, you'll find die-hard supporters of various chart analysis tools. Their feelings about some tools can run so high - for or against - that the very mention of them can bring wrath from some quarters. It's almost tribal - like the fierce emotions between supporters of two football teams from the same city. Fibonacci theory is one such charting tool. Let's look at the ins and out of Fib... ››› more
  • [17 September 2013]
  • If you followed the herd on gold in 2013, you'd have lost money
  • Trading psychology plays a critical role in determining your success in the markets. It's all too easy to follow the herd. Successful traders rarely run with the herd, and especially not when the herd is huge. Read on to find out why following the herd on gold this year would have lost you money… Gold has had a torrid time in 2013, to put it mildly, explains John Burford in MoneyWeek. Here ... ››› more
  • [16 September 2013]
  • Don't let your trading mind-set hold you back
  • Trading psychology is critical to your success in the markets. This is a much neglected area that most traders push to one side to focus on trading technique or the news. This is a big mistake. Read on to find why you shouldn't let your trading mind-set holds you back… Who really wants to be bothered discovering often uncomfortable facets of their personality and making necessary adjustments t... ››› more
  • [13 September 2013]
  • Three tips for avoiding spread trading disaster
  • If you're new to spread trading, there are a few tips worth noting. You don't want to lose all your trading capital in your first trade. Read on to find out three tips to avoid spread trading disaster… The real risk for new traders is themselves. Used wisely, spread trading can offer the prospect of respectable gains without excessive risk. But novice traders can easily burn through all the... ››› more
  • [02 September 2013]
  • 3 key money management rules for trading
  • Trading is riskier than ‘standard' buying and selling of shares. If you're not careful, one bad trade could easily wipe out your entire starting capital (and more) and end your trading career before it starts. Read on to find out three key money management rules for trading… Good money management is about avoiding exposing yourself to this scale of risk in the first place, explains John Burf... ››› more
  • [28 August 2013]
  • How to use currency futures to profit from the weakening rand
  • Yesterday, the rand hit a six week low. And with a lot of crucial economic data out this week, its woes might not be over just yet. But what if you could profit from the falling rand? Read on to find out how you can gain from a weakening rand… There are a number of ways to protect your rands using a variety of investment strategies and listed financial derivatives, Mark Weetman explains in The... ››› more
  • [21 August 2013]


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