In trading and particularly in forex trading, often we find our trading accounts offer leverage (typically 50:1 in the US and 100:1 or 200:1 elsewhere – although more is also available).
However, a lot of new traders wonder what this is. It can be a bit intimidating to encounter leverage trading and margin accounts if you don’t know how it works and what you’re letting yourself in for!
In this video, Nicholas explains everything you need to know about trading forex with leverage!
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This week’s Big Weekend Edition Lesson is on Trading Indicators. Many futures traders have the misconception that trading indicators are somehow a no-no. Now admittedly, as you become more proficient as a futures trader and you begin to recognize market formations more accurately you’ll find that you don’t rely trading indicators as much. However, they can still be extremely helpful, especially when they can identify many more potentially profitable trade setups in different markets and time frames simulaneously than a trader can. You can see the rest of the Big Weekend Edition, a support and resistance trading ezine at supportandresistance.com. Erich’s favorite trading indicators are DTS (the Diversified Trading System) Trade Manager and The Mean Renko Bars. You can find out more about these indicators at
A trending market is one that prices move strongly in one direction, either up or down. The best ways to get into it are looking for a pullback. And one of the ways to identify them is by using a pivot point’s indicator.
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Methods: Technical analysis combined with a cursory overview of the market and it’s behavior as a whole. This includes high low mapping, prior resistance/support, multi time frame analysis, technical, and market conditions from outside sources.
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TAS VEGA is one of the key indicators in the TAS Tools indicator suit. It gives you a clear red light green light indication on strength or weakness in the market. With the orange bars giving you even more insight into what market profile is telling you about the current market situation.
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Bollinger Band trading strategy using M1 charts and 5 min expiry.
Simple Bollinger band 5 minute strategy. Please understand that I have a lot of experience in naked charting and that I know the overall trend and frequently check different timeframes as well as currency correlation to other assets. How well this works for you depends on your charting skills. The more you understand price action, the more accurately will your strategies work. If you want to pick up a few tips and tricks, watch the price action playlist I have created where you can see many examples of me using naked charts.