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It's time to enjoy your summer camp. Now follow us to increase your technical analysis and chart reading skills to another level.

Market Sentiment
Market Attitudes Traders' Commitment Report Where Can I Get a COT Report? The COT Report: An Overview How to Trade with the COT Report How to Use the COT Report to Select Tops and Bottoms How to Make a COT Trading Indicator of Your Own How to Read and Understand the COT Report Market Attitudes in ContextMarket Attitudes in Context
Trading the News
The Forex Market is Moved by News A Beginner's Guide to Trading Forex News What is the Best Way to Trade Forex on News Releases? There are two ways to trade news. How to Profit from a Directional Bias in the News How to Use the Straddle Trade Strategy to Trade the News Trading the News in Context
Carry Trade
What is the Carry Trade, and how does it work? What is a Currency Carry Trade, and how does it work? Know When Carry Trades Work and When They Don't. Risk and Criteria for Carry Trade Carry Trade in Context
The U.S. Dollar Index
What is the US Dollar Index (USDX)? How to Read the US Dollar Index How to Use the USDX for Forex Trading The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index is a measure of the value of a dollar The Theory of the Dollar Smile
Intermarket Correlations
How Does Gold Affect the AUD/USD and USD/CHF Exchange Rates? How Oil Moves with USD/CAD The U.S. Dollar And Oil Relationship Is Changing How Bond Yields Affect Currency Movements How Bond Spreads Between Two Countries Affect Their Exchange Rate How Fixed Income Securities Affect Currency Movements
Using Equities to Trade FX
Markets for Foreign Exchange and Global Equities Stocks and Forex: What's the Connection? The Impact of the Stock Market on the Forex Market How to Use EUR/JPY as a Stock Leading Indicator Cheat Sheet for Intermarket Analysis
Country Profiles
The Forex Trader’s Guide to Major Economies United States of America Eurozone United Kingdom Japan Canada Australia New Zealand Switzerland China
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