In today’s world we see the word “PIP” used in several places, so what is a PIP you might ask? Shopping for televisions you will understand it as a “Picture-In a “Picture”. With some fruits such as apples and pears, you will find it used to represent the seed or pit. But what is a pip in Forex trading?
In our business it represents “Percentage-In-Point.” and is used to quantify a currency rate to a very detailed and small amount well below whole numbers. Different currencies are traded around the world and using this system helps equalize each currency against the other for much more accurate measurement. Continue reading →
Heikin Ashi Application is a tool which can be used in conjunction with other market indicators to confirm Forex momentum. It shows the relative strength and direction of Forex trends, as well as marks key points to enter and exit trades as prices. However, the Heikin Ashi calculates session activity in a way that “smoothes” out market noise, in order to give a better overall picture of Forex momentum spike and dip. Continue reading →
Understanding some basic forex support and resistance indicators can be a good way of establishing a trader in the study major support and resistance levels.
So many traders out there are void of indicators that can give them information on support and resistance points. This article is poised to reveal and make you understand some of these basic tips. I’ll be sharing with you here some of forex best support and resistance indicators that I have tested to be the best. Continue reading →
Profitable Trading Patterns with Stochastic Oscillator Indicator
The Stochastic Indicator is created to move between 0 and 100. The oversold conditions in the market are marked by low levels (areas around 0) and the high levels (areas around the 100) denote the overbought markets. When we say the market has “Overbought”, we mean the market has gone too high and is getting ready to get on its way down. An “Oversold” condition is when the market has gone so low and it is on its way back up. Continue reading →