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  1. Using Compound Indicators To Predict Market Fluctuations

    Learn how to combine average true range, simple moving average and Bollinger band ...
  2. FX Exit Strategies: Keeping Your Profits

    There are several useful methods for exiting a position, all which are easy to execute ...
  3. The Stages Of A Forex Trend

    Learn how to identify the stages of the many types of trends that occur in the forex ...
  4. Dynamic Current Ratio: What It Is And How To ...

    Learn why this ratio may be a good alternative to the current, cash and quick ratios. ...
  5. Range Bar Charts: A Different View Of The Markets

    While range bars are not a type of technical indicator, traders can employ this useful ...
  6. Trade Simple, Trade Smart

    Simplicity can be a trader's best friend. Here is a simple day trading strategy which ...
  1. How does the law of supply and demand affect prices?

    Learn what the law of supply and demand is, what relationship it has with prices, and how the law of supply and demand affects ...
  2. Which market indicators reflect volatility in the stock market?

    Learn the most commonly used technical indicators of stock market volatility that are watched by stock market traders and ...
  3. What are the most common market indicators forex traders follow?

    Learn the most common technical indicators that forex traders and currency market analysts utilize to predict likely market ...
  4. What is the Vortex Indicator (VI) formula and how is it calculated?

    Find out how to calculate the vortex indicator, a multiple-oscillator trending tool that was created by Etienne Botes and ...
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