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This article from our Trading Smart series explains some of the most important regular economic data releases, such as non-farm payrolls, CPI and GDP, and why forex traders are interested in the data.
Learn about some of the key events that can affect prices and the tools available to take advantage of these movements.
Learn about some of the more popular indicators used by traders, including MACD (Moving Average Convergence/Divergence), RSI (Relative Strength Index), SMAs (Simple Moving Averages) and Slow Stochastics.
Learn about how support and resistance levels are common technical analysis technique used to help identify trade opportunities
Learning from your own mistakes is important, but in this short video we will highlight some of the most common mistakes to try and avoid.
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An FX option is a financial derivative that gives the right but not the obligation to buy or sell a currency pair at a set price on a specified date.?
A forex currency pair can be split into the ‘base’ currency, which is the first named currency; and the secondary currency, which is called the ‘quote’ currency.