This article is devoted to the details of Larry Williams strategy, based on the Moving Averages; to the signals to buy and sell and whether Stop Losses are necessary.
In this overview, I will get you acquainted with such a notion as market sentiment in Forex. It helps confirm the current trend and warns you of its probable end.
In this article, we will look at the options for using the Moving Average for trading stocks. You will learn how to trade using multiple Moving Averages, how to trade the EMA 200 breakout and bounce off the 200 EMA by using classic candlestick analysis.
In this article, we will discuss a strategy that uses two Exponential Moving Averages (EMAs). Trading strategies with MAs are rather popular among traders because MAs are rather simple and efficient instruments of tech analysis.
Indicators have long been introduced to the trading systems of many traders. As a minimum, they are of good help in chart analysis, as a maximum, they are the base of the whole trading system. Algorithmic trading, which means automatizing the work and creating trading robots, is also mostly based on the signals of various indicators.
Most often, beginner traders consider trading the trend to be a complicated process. Today, we are looking into a simple but efficient strategy called Surfing. Using such a strategy, any trader can pretend a surfer catching a wave to ride. However, here we will not just ride the market waves but will try to make a profit on their peculiar movements.
One of the most popular indicators (and, perhaps, the one that a trader first comes across starting their way on Forex) is the Moving Average (MA). The Moving Average belongs to the group of trend indicators and shows the average price of the chosen currency during a certain period of time.