Week Ahead 22nd-26th April: Highlights include US PCE & GDP, BoJ, PMI data
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by GVI Forex
1d ago
Newsquawk.com Week Ahead 22nd-26th April: SAT: Bitcoin Halving Event (estimate) MON: PBoC LPR, US National Activity Index (Mar), South Korean PPI Growth (Mar) TUE: EZ/UK/US Flash Manufacturing PMI (Apr), US Richmond Fed (Apr), NBH Announcement, New ZealandTrade Balance (Mar) WED: Australian CPI (Mar), Bank of Indonesia Announcement, EZ/UK/US Flash Services and Composite PMI(Apr), German Ifo Survey (Apr), US Durable Goods (Mar), Canadian Retail Sales (Feb) THU: CBRT Announcement, South Korean GDP (Q1), US GDP/PCE (Q1), German GfK Consumer Sentiment (May) FRI: BoJ Announcement and Outlook Repor ..read more
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Is it Possible to Arbitrage Pricing Differences Between Two Brokers?
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by GVI Forex
1d ago
I was asked whether it is possible to arbitrage price differences between two brokers. Let’s start with a definition of arbitrage and then discuss whether it is feasible. Arbitrage is defined as the simultaneous buying and selling of securities, currency, or commodities in different markets or in derivative forms in order to take advantage of differing prices for the same asset (Oxford). Is it feasible to arbitrage between two brokers? In theory, you can arbitrage between two forex brokers but in practice, this is not a viable strategy. The reason is there is no common clearing between broker ..read more
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How to Use the Relative Strength Index (RSI) Indicator in Trading
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by Belgrade Bobby
2d ago
  J. Welles Wilder developed the tool that he called the Relative Strength Index or RSI. The purpose of his tool is to try to determine the relative strength of the market at any given time. Using this tool can help you identify how powerful the various moves in the market are, and if the prevailing trend seems to hold up as it moves along. In other words, is the movement that you see in the market right now legitimate or is it simply a fake-out that you can ignore?   How To Read The Relative Strength Index (RSI) Indicator The RSI has a lot of similarities to the Stochastic in that ..read more
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How to Use the Stochastic Indicator in Trading
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by Belgrade Bobby
2d ago
  The Stochastic Indicator is a favourite among newer traders because it is one of the first tools that they are taught how to use, and because it is so easy to understand. People really appreciate it when some of the complexity of the markets is boiled down into somewhat simpler terms. The End Of A Trend Determining when a trend is ending is something that traders attempt to do all the time. They are looking for confirmation that the assumptions they have made about the markets are correct, and that is why they are always looking to use indicators such as the Stochastic to try to figure ..read more
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How to Use Parabolic SAR in Trading
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by Belgrade Bobby
3d ago
  The Parabolic SAR indicator is a trend-finding tool. Learning how to figure out when the trend in an asset ends is critically important to know what to do next. The Parabolic SAR tool helps traders fnd where the trend may be ending and a new one beginning much better than they could before they were using this tool. The Parabolic SAR appears as a series of dots either above or below the price movement of the currency pair that you are looking at. If the dots appear above the price movement, this is a bearish sign. If they appear above, this is seen as a bullish sign.   Trading Usi ..read more
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How to Use the MACD Indicator
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by Belgrade Bobby
3d ago
  Another day, another indicator. This time, we want to look at how to use the MACD indicator to see what it is all about and how it might come in handy as you are trading. If you feel that your trading is lacking some indicators and tools that might be of use to you, then you need to listen to what is being spoken about here. There is a lot of value to be had in these indicators, and you don’t want to hobble yourself by not having them in your arsenal. What is the MACD Indicator? The MACD in the name stands for “Moving Average Convergence Divergence”. It is a mouthful to say all of that ..read more
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9 Popular Chart Indicators – Bollinger Bands – How to Use Them
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by Belgrade Bobby
3d ago
  How to Use Bollinger Bands Those who trade will need to use a variety of tools to get their trading off the ground and working for them. One of the tools to include in any toolbox is Bollinger Bands. This is a tool used by most seasoned traders, and even by those who are still getting their feet wet and trying to figure out how these markets work in the first place. It is important to have an understanding of what is going on with Bollinger Bands  if you hope to take your trading to the next level, and people deserve to know a little about what these bands are and why they are so i ..read more
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What is a Liquidating Market and How to Trade It?
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by GVI Forex
4d ago
  I was asked the following question, I have seen you use the term “liquidating market” and my question is how do you define it and how do you trade it? What is a liquidating marke?? A liquidating market is one where the flows are looking to exit positions and not add to existing ones. For example, take US equities, which had built up significant long positions in anticipation of aggressive Fed rate cuts this year. As strong US economic data saw the number and timing of Fed rate cuts get pared back, US equities finally paid notice. The trigger, however, was geopolitics in the Middle East ..read more
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How to Use Pivot Points to Trade Breakouts
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by Belgrade Bobby
4d ago
  Pivot points don’t hold on forever. There comes a time when the market moves beyond the pivot points that you see, just like the market moves past resistance and support points at times as well. This is normal and expected. So much so that there is a term used to describe when price action moves outside of the range that it had previously held between pivot points. That term is “breakout”. When a breakout occurs, traders may choose to trade that breakout in one of two fashions: The safe way or the aggressive way. We will review both options. Trading Breakouts with Pivot Points To best u ..read more
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How to use Pivot Points for Range Trading
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by Belgrade Bobby
4d ago
  How to Calculate Pivot Points? Pivot points are calculated by taking the previous session’s open, close, high, and low points. This is a little confusing for some people because they know that the market is a 24-hour market, and they aren’t sure when the previous session even is (by definition). Fortunately, the universal way that this is determined is by using the closing price from the New York session at 5 PM New York time. This frame of reference is used by traders around the world, and it is helpful for them to see how their trades interact with the market based on a specific time ..read more
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