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You always get confused by chart indicators, spot chart patterns and some other jargons? It shows that you plung into the perfect booundary by degrees.

Heikin Ashi
What is Heikin Ashi, and how does it work? Heikin Ashi Candlestick Chart vs. Traditional Japanese Candlestick Chart What is Heikin Ashi and How Do You Calculate It? What Is a Heikin Ashi Chart and How Do I Use It? How to Trade with the Heikin Ashi Indicator Limitations of Heikin Ashi Cheat Sheet for Heikin Ashi
Elliott Wave Theory
Elliott Wave Theory Impulse Waves Corrective Waves Fractals: Elliott Waves Within an Elliott Wave 3 Cardinal Rules of the Elliott Wave Theory Using Elliott Waves to Trade Forex Elliott Wave Theory in Summary
Harmonic Price Patterns
Harmonic Price Patterns in the Forex Market The ABCD and the Three-Drive Trading The Gartley Pattern 3 Steps to Trading Harmonic Price Patterns Summary: Harmonic Price Patterns
Trading Divergences
Divergences in Trading Divergence on a regular basis Divergence in the Shadows What Is The Best Way To Trade Divergences? When trading divergences, how to avoid entering too early 9 Rules for Trading Divergences Divergence Cheat Sheet Divergences are NOT a Trade Signal
Market Environment
Understand the Trading Environment What is the definition of a trending market? What is a Range-Bound Market, and how does it work? Is this a trend retracement or a trend reversal? How to Recognize Reversals Defend Yourself Against Reversals
Trading Breakouts and Fakeouts
What is the Best Way to Trade Breakouts? How Do You Calculate Volatility? Breakouts come in a variety of shapes and sizes Using Trend Lines, Channels, and Triangles to Trade Breakouts How to Determine a Breakout's Strength Fakeouts: How to Spot Them Disappear the Breakout How to Deal with Fakeouts Summary: Trading Breakouts and Fakeouts
Fundamental Analysis
What is Fundamental Analysis Why Interest Rates Matter to Forex Traders How Monetary Policy Affects the Forex Market Hawkish and Dovish Central Banks Fundamental Factors That Affect Currency Values Where to Find Forex News and Market Data Market Expectations of News and Their Impact on Currencies
Currency Crosses
What is a Currency Cross Pair Why Trade Currency Crosses Currency Crosses Are Trend-y Trade Interest Rate Differentials Be Careful Trading Obscure Currency Crosses How to Trade Currency Crosses With Fundamentals Why You Shouldn't Trade a Synthetic Currency Pair Euro and Yen Crosses Trading How to Trade the Majors with Currency Crosses What Impact Do Cross Currency Pairs Have On Dollar Pairs? Currency Crosses in Context
Multiple Time Frame Analysis
Multiple. Time. Frame. Analysis. What Time Frame Should I Trade? What Time Frame Is Best for Trading? Why You Should Look at Multiple Time Frames When Trading Forex How to Use Multiple Time Frame Analysis to Find Better Entry and Exit Points Trading With Three Time Frames Summary: Multiple Time Frame Analysis
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