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Attention Traders: Three Major Reasons a Weak Dollar is Actually Good for the U.S Economy
The U.S. dollar has been on a predominantly downward trend since the markets opened for trading in January. The decline is a sharp detour from a 15-year high it recorded in the wake of President Trump’s inauguration. In the year-to-date period, the AMEX Dollar Index, which tracks the USD against a basket of rival currencies … Continue reading Attention Traders: Three Major Reasons a Weak Dollar is Actually Good for the U.S Economy
Introducing Electroneum: The First British Cryptocurrency
Electroneum is a brand new British cryptocurrency launching via an Initial Coin Offering (ICO) on September 14th. Developed to be used in the mobile gaming and online gambling markets, it will be the most user-friendly cryptocurrency in the world with wallet management and coin mining all possible on a mobile app. It wasn’t so long ago … Continue reading Introducing Electroneum: The First British Cryptocurrency
How to Buy Bitcoin Cash?
Buy and Sell Bitcoin Cash Bitcoin Cash Trading The Bitcoin Fork What is Bitcoin Cash? How to Buy Bitcoin Cash? Bitcoin Cash Exchanges What are the Benefits of Bitcoin Cash compare to Bitcoin? What’s Gonna Happen with Bitcoin Network? Buy and Sell Bitcoin Cash Since August 1st, Bitcoin cash has become a popular cryptocurrency that … Continue reading How to Buy Bitcoin Cash?
3 Myths About Automated Trading
In this article, I would like to present you with 3 widespread myths about automated trading which are very popular among the newbies and drag in people into the naive conclusion that you could beat the market easily and without any effort. What is needed is to just to find a “magical” algo strategy and … Continue reading 3 Myths About Automated Trading
Still Don’t Get Bitcoin? This Lecture will Make it Simple for You
A lot has been said and written about bitcoins but there are still many out there who simply don’t get it. The core of the bitcoin technology lies in what is known as a blockchain. Like the word suggests, it is a series or chain of blocks where each block can be used to identify … Continue reading Still Don’t Get Bitcoin? This Lecture will Make it Simple for You
Cobalt is The Next Commodity For E-Mobility
Cobalt is in high demand for e-mobility as it is used to build the Cathode in L-Ion batteries. Cobalt use for E-Mobility will be part of the electric vehicle revolution. 64% of the world’s Cobalt is from Democratic Republic of Congo produced in unsecured jurisdictions. As a result, this creates a mining conflicts. There are not … Continue reading Cobalt is The Next Commodity For E-Mobility
Forex Markets Need Regulation
Regulation. To some, it’s a dirty word, something that should never be spoken aloud in polite company. But regulation is an extremely important tool in financial markets, and the benefits it brings for all players far outweigh the inconveniences it might create. Educated traders know this, and while they might expect to face some additional … Continue reading Forex Markets Need Regulation
What is a Pip and Lot in Trading?
The terminology used by market participants that engage in forex trading can be confusion, as there are many ways that forex traders describe how a currency pair moves, along with the size of the position. The smallest increment that is used to describe a change in an exchange rate is a pip. A pip, which … Continue reading What is a Pip and Lot in Trading?
How to Trade Fibonacci Retracement and Extensions?
As currency pairs fluctuate in the ever changing forex markets, it’s important to be able to forecast support and resistance levels, and where an exchange rate might reverse. Determining where to take profit on a position or stop loss on a trade, takes time to master. It’s important to fill your trading arsenal with as … Continue reading How to Trade Fibonacci Retracement and Extensions?
How Do Forex Brokers Work?
Ever wondered how forex brokers work? How they make money? To answer these questions, you need to understand the different types of forex brokers and their various business models. Unlike humans, not all forex brokers are created equal. Some are much more competitive than others and some, are just outright scammers. Sadly it’s not always … Continue reading How Do Forex Brokers Work?
How Bitcoin is Being Used In the Mobile World
Since the invention of iPhone, mobile devices have become an essential part of most people’s lives. You tend to feel that something is missing when you don’t have access to your phone, and it is considered even more useful than the desktop computer because of its ability to be used on the go. So it … Continue reading How Bitcoin is Being Used In the Mobile World
What To Look For When Choosing a Trading Platform
Once a decision has been made to apply some rigorous selection criteria, the next obvious question would be, what criteria do we use to choose the best platforms in the industry? Our team broke down the criteria as below: Reliability is the first factor as whatever you trade, only if you could get back your … Continue reading What To Look For When Choosing a Trading Platform
Forex Trading – Market Hours
Though it is said that forex market runs for 24 hours a day and 5 days a week, it is important for traders to understand the ebb and flow of the market so that they can time their trades correctly. This is true for both day traders and trend traders as the day traders depend on … Continue reading Forex Trading – Market Hours
How to Trade Using the Elliot Wave Theory?
What is the Elliott Wave Principle? Have you ever watched a market, either in the form of just watching price action or having a chart and watching how the prices move, and noticed that a move up is almost always followed by a slight correction? Or a move down is almost always followed by a … Continue reading How to Trade Using the Elliot Wave Theory?
The Bretton Woods Monetary System (1944 – 1971) Explained in One Minute
After World War 2 it was clear that the world needed a new financial system. The gold standard was considered too rigid, but at the same time, economists were worried that countries would devalue their currency to boost exports. For this reason, 44 countries sent delegates to a conference held in Bretton Woods, New Hampshire on July 1st 1944. The US, which held two-thirds of the world’s gold reserves … Continue reading The Bretton Woods Monetary System (1944 – 1971) Explained in One Minute
How to Trade Using the MACD Indicator?
One of the most common ways to trade the forex markets is to follow momentum. Momentum occurs when an exchange rate or the price of a security starts to accelerate as prices move higher or lower. One of the most efficient ways to trade the currency markets using momentum is to employ a momentum indicator … Continue reading How to Trade Using the MACD Indicator?
Foreign Exchange trading can be intimidating to many, especially because of the sheer information overload. Even experienced professional traders work for many hours on numbers and charts every day, just trying to make sense of the data they get. In order to make accurate trade entries and exits, they spend innumerable hours on Market news, … Continue reading Forex Signals
The Benefits Of Algorithmic Trading
Algorithm has to do with a set of specific instructions aimed to carry out a task. On the other hand, Algorithmic trading has to do with the use of computers programmed to follow specific instructions to place a trade to earn some money at a speed impossible for a human trader. These defined instructions have … Continue reading The Benefits Of Algorithmic Trading
Understanding The Right Time to Sell Your Investments
Knowing when to sell your investments isn’t easy, but it is the key to making consistent profits in the financial markets. You have probably heard the saying ‘Timing is everything’ before, and nowhere is that truer than in the world of investing. No matter whether you’re asking ‘Should I sell my investment property?’ or ‘Should … Continue reading Understanding The Right Time to Sell Your Investments
The Most Detailed Historical Analysis of EUR/USD
In 1929, Gustav Stresemann from the League of Nations suggested a European currency. This idea was reminiscent of an earlier memory of the Latin Monetary Union, which involved France, Italy, Belgium and Switzerland and which disintegrated after the WWI. In 1989 was introduced a plan, which included the creation of the European System of Central … Continue reading The Most Detailed Historical Analysis of EUR/USD