Introduction to Forex Trading

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Introduction to Forex Trading Course

  • What is ForexIntroduction to Forex

    Forex trading is short for foreign exchange, often called 'FX' and focuses on the exchange of one currency for another.
  • Part 1 - Technical AnalysisUnderstanding Technical Analysis

    Technical analysis is the study of historical price action in order to identify patterns and determine probabilities of future movements in the market through the use of technical studies, indicators, and other analysis tools.
  • Lesson 1 of Technical AnalysisTrendline

    A trendline is a line drawn over pivot highs or under pivot lows to show the prevailing direction of price. Trendlines are a visual representation of support and resistance in any time frame. They show direction and speed of price, and also describe patterns during periods of price contraction.
  • Lesson 2 of Technical AnalysisZones

    A zone in forex refers to a price region on a currency pair chart where the price has reacted in the past. This price region could be a support or resistance level, a trendline, a moving average, or a Fibonacci level.
  • Lesson 3 of Technical AnalysisSupport resistance

    Support is the area on the price chart that indicates traders' willingness to buy; resistance, on the other hand, is when the demand levels on the price chart exceed the supply.
  • Lesson 4 of Technical AnalysisPhase Line

    A phase line is the boundary between a pullback and the next run. They are always drawn against the direction of the trend and displayed in light blue so you know the difference between your trend lines and your phase lines.
  • Lesson 5 of Technical AnalysisFibonacci Sequence

    Fibonacci levels are commonly used in forex trading to identify and trade off support and resistance levels. After a significant price movement up or down, the new support and resistance levels are often at or near these trend lines.
  • Lesson 6 of Technical AnalysisPatterns

    Forex chart patterns, which include the head and shoulders as well as triangles, provide entries, stops and profit targets in a pattern that can be easily seen. The engulfing candlestick pattern provides insight into trend reversal and potential participation in that trend with a defined entry and stop level.
  • Part 2 - Fundamental AnalysisFundamental Analysis

    Fundamental analysis is a way of looking at the forex market by analyzing economic, social, and political forces that may affect currency prices.
  • Lesson 1 of Fundamental AnalysisInitial Jobless Claim

    Jobless claims are a weekly statistic reported in the United States that represents a key barometer for domestic employment. As one of the most closely watched US indicators, jobless claims carry a lot of weight in financial markets, namely forex and the stock market.
  • Lesson 2 of Fundamental AnalysisNFP

    The non-farm payrolls report (NFP) is a significant market event each month. Here we examine what it is and how it can affect your forex trading.
  • Lesson 3 of Fundamental AnalysisCPI

    The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a critical indicator of pricing pressures in an economy and provides a gauge of inflation. Forex traders monitor the CPI, as it can lead to changes in monetary policy by the central bank that will either strengthen or weaken the currency against rivals in the markets.
  • Lesson 4 of Fundamental AnalysisFOMC

    For traders, FOMC meetings are a time of particular volatility because any change in federal fund rates can affect a range of economic variables such as short-term interest rates, foreign exchange rates, long-term interest rates, employment output and prices of goods and services.
  • Lesson 5 of Fundamental AnalysisPPI

    The Producer Price Index (PPI) is an economic indicator that measures the change in the selling prices, or wholesale prices, received by domestic producers for their output.
  • Introduction to few good brokersChoosing the right broker

    A good broker is as interested in your trading success as you are, and they will provide the best possible environment for you to realize your trading goals and ambitions.
  • The best app out thereIntroduction to MT4 / MT5

    MetaTrader 4, also known as MT4 is a popular online trading platform developed by MetaQuotes in 2005. Although it is most commonly associated with Forex trading, MT4 can also be used to trade a range of markets including indices, cryptocurrencies, stocks, and commodities, via CFDs or spread betting.
  • Choose the right packageIntroduction to Prop Firms

    Proprietary trading refers to a financial firm or commercial bank that invests for direct market gain rather than earning commission dollars by trading on behalf of clients.

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