Forex Strategies Articles
Forex trading is not only about finding good trading strategies, it’s also about how to manage yourself when trading. In this section, you will learn how to apply discipline to your daily market-oriented routine. The listed articles provide a wealth of information on topics from risk management to developing the proper trading psychology. Mastering the concepts put forth in these forex strategies articles will help you identify the most suitable forex strategies for your trading personality. After your strategic framework is built, you will have the edge you need to be a successful forex trader.
What Is The Best Time Frame To Trade Forex?
Trading the forex market can be very lucrative – especially when you are leveraging the right tools. However, there are dozens of different strategies, technical indicators and potential ways to trade the forex market. Full Article
What is the Stochastic Indicator And How to Use it for Forex Trading?
A stochastic oscillator is very similar to the RSI, a popular technical indicator for revealing overbought and oversold regions. Since its introduction in the 1950s, it still is among the most popular trading indicators to this day. Full Article
Creating a Trading Plan – Part 1
Trading without a plan is like going to war without a plan of attack or defense. Before you go into a battle you assess your capability, your strengths, and your weaknesses. The same logic applies to Forex – prepare a plan that helps you base your trading on your strongest features and avoid the weak ones. Full Article
Creating a Trading Plan – Part 2
In Part 2 of Creating a Trading Plan, you will learn about building risk-free trades, taking the first steps to build the confidence to “pull the trigger” to open new positions, placing winning trades, and even how to deal with “losing out”, and learning when to accept the loss. Full Article
Risk (Money) Management Part 1 – Common Sense Tactics
In the first part of this risk (money) management series, we discuss the “common sense” tactics each trader should be aware of. These include leverage, risk/reward ratio, exposure to trades, and keeping up-to-date with economic events. Full Article
Risk (Money) Management Part 2 – Developed Techniques
In this article we will explain the techniques that have been developed by traders, economists and analysts, which are essential to understand and make part of your trading strategy in order to minimize your risk exposure. Full Article
Keeping a Trading Journal
A trading journal highlights all your successes and failures. By keeping a journal you can avoid repeating the same mistakes twice and increase your performance by improving your trading strategy continuously. Full Article
How to Protect your Account (and Avoid Gambling Forex)
Some people with obsessive tendencies become obsessive traders. That is obviously not the right way to trade but there are techniques and forex strategies to help them overcome this “pathology”. Full Article
Trader Psychology – Applying Your Strategy
We know the importance of a good trading strategy but the implementation of your strategy is just as important. If you apply your strategy in the right way you will succeed, if not you’re bound to fail. Ful Article
Trader Personality Part 1 – Discovering your Trading Personality
The trader’s personality is very important when deciding what type of trading strategies you want to use. Learn more about the different types of traders personalities and find a trading strategy that suits you. Full Article
Trader Personality Part 2 – What type of Trader are you?
Different traders have different personalities. It is important for both impulsive and conservative traders to match their trading strategy to their personality in order to get the best results from their trades. Full Article
How to Trade Forex in a New Environment
The market environment has changed over the past few years and the volatility has increased immensely. Consequently, we must change our forex strategy and widen our targets to avoid whipsaws and to give our trades room to breath. Learn how to adapt to these ever-present changes. Full Article