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  1. Forex Manual for Beginners
    An introduction to the basic terms, definitions and concepts of forex trading. The Forex Manual is an easy-to-understand guide for teaching beginners how to trade the forex foreign currency market.
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  2. Meta Quotes Course
    MetaTrader 4 is a free-of-charge program specially designed for online trading in the Forex market. The built-in technical indicators allow you to analyze...
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  3. Secret Of Successful Traders
    Some of the most valuable trading insights for winning in today’s “tough markets” are waiting tobe discovered in this book. This is your opportunity to “learn from the Pro’s.” Professional traders have made millions in the last three years because they have learned how to make money when it’s going down, as well as up. Now it’s time to discover those secrets of success.
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  4. Day Trading The Currency Market
    The foreign exchange market is the generic term for the worldwide institutions that exist to exchange or trade currencies. Foreign exchange is often referred to as “forex” or “FX.” The foreign exchange market is an over-the-counter (OTC) market, which means that there is no central exchange and clearinghouse where orders are matched. FX dealers and market makers around the world are linked to each other around the clock via telephone, computer, and fax, creating one cohesive market.
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  5. Fibonacci Tool Basic
    This guide is meant to help understand the basics of the fib tool and represent how they are placed on the chart. First there is nothing magical or no secret set of numbers as to the reasons that fibs are used in trading. It is simply a measuring tool, if you need magic or psychic help trading you need to call the 1900 numbers to get the next direction of the markets, better yet just flip a coin.
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  6. 21 Candlesticks Every Trader Should Know
    Candlesticks are one of the most powerful technical analysis tools in the trader’s toolkit. While candlestick charts dates back to Japan in the 1700’s, this form of charting did not become popular in the western world until the early 1990’s. Since that time, they have become the default mode of charting for serious technical analysts replacing the open-high-low-close bar chart. In this book author has selected 21 candles that believed every trader should know by name. These are the candles that in author’s experience occur most frequently and have the greatest relevance for making trading decisions
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  7. Fibonacci Genius 2008
    While there have been countless books and articles written on the use of Fibonacci in technical analysis, the basics are simple. On the price scale, these ratios, and several others related to the Fibonacci sequence, often indicate levels at which strong resistance and support will be found. Many times, markets tend to reverse right at levels that coincide with the Fibonacci ratios. On the time scale Fibonacci ratios are one method of identifying potential market turning points. When Fibonacci levels of price and time coincide you have high probability entry points. In the next few pages I will talk about how I use the two most common applications of Fibonacci: Price Retracements – A strategy for quality entry points, • Price Extensions – An approach to determining how far price will run Then after we have covered the basics we will talk about bringing it all together and using both Fibonacci Retracements. And Fibonacci Extensions at same time and how clustering of these ratios increases the probability of profit.
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  8. Trading As Business
    Let’s begin with the markets themselves, and with fear and greed. We have all heard the cliches about fear and greed. They rule the markets. In fact, that’s all the markets are—a reflection of these emotions. In order to make money trading, you must learn to control your fear and greed.
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  9. Igrok’s Forex Main Course
    Intra day trading on FOREX differs by high risk, high labor input, long working days, work under constant stress and chronic weariness. The specific conditions of intra day trading require a speculator’s fast reaction, absolute discipline, calmness and endless patience.
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