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Around A.D. 1175, Leonardo of Pisa was born in Pisa, Italy. Now better known as Fibonacci, he is now known as the greatest mathematician in Europe during the middle ages. He brought the Arabic-Hindu numbering system to Europe and developed the decimal system, both of which became the foundation of the mathematics that are used today. To the financial trader, the Fibonacci retracement method based on the contributions of this great mathematician are significant.

The most important numbers found in trading are percentages: 38.2%, 50%, and 61.8%. These percentages are considered to be trend retracement points, and are what the Fibonacci retracement method focuses on. If the retracement goes to the 61.8% mark, there is a new trend starting. If the retracement goes to the 38.2% mark, then there has been a failed reversal and the current trend will likely continue. If the retracement goes to the 50% mark, there are other signals that have to come into play and some different strategies are used.

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A doji is a crucial candlestick, and the gravestone-doji is a very common example of a doji. The gravestone-doji is a crucial candlestick that gets its name because the candlestick looks very much like a gravestone. The gravestone-doji also got its name at a time when traders were not allowed to trade online and hence could only buy long. This made them wait for an uptrend to form. That in turn made it impossible for them to make money from a bear market.

Gravestone-doji, which has a longish higher shadow at the peak of a bull market, represents a robust turnaround signal. It indicates that bulls have run out of steam and they are now starting to sell. When this happens prices will stop going up. This is bad news for stock traders because they know that they will not be able to make any more money with the uptrend. This is one more reason why the doji is called a Gravestone. Stock traders fear the gravestone-doji because it buries their hopes of earning cash during an uptrend.

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A floating exchange rate is a system in which the value of a currency is found out by the play of demand and supply in the market. The currency value in such an exchange rate regime is not determined by government interventions. Even so, a vast majority of central banks try to ensure that their currency remains strong. To keep the currency value at an acceptable level the central bank of a country may either buy or sell its currency, depending on the current situation.

Fiat currencies are not necessarily ruled by a fixed exchange rate. As a matter of fact, a fiat currency is well suited to a floating exchange rate regime. In floating exchange rate regime, the currency value of a country is calculated in the foreign exchange market.

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Forex represents an opportunity for investors to make easy money. Or so they think. In fact, Forex can be really tricky for first time investors who are not sure about what they are doing.

What is a Hanging Man?

A hanging man pattern happens at the end of an uptrend. It happens when there is a sell off near the market open but buyers would still be able to push this back so that the stock closes near or at the opening price. It is a type of a candlestick chart that shows the high, low, opening and closing prices for security in one day. The large sell off is generally seen as a sign that the buyers are losing control.

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They key behind any investor’s success is the time they spend understanding and analysing information and their ability to do this successfully. This is why traders and buyers depend greatly on charts and indicators to make sure that their financial decisions are fully justified. They need a signal or an indicator that can help them to decide whether they should buy or sell. In this article we talk about one of the indicators that are of great importance for people who want to practice Forex.

What is a hammer?

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Created as a way of forecasting trends in the marketplace in the 1920s, fractal mathematics is applied by the Elliot Wave theory to movements within the marketplace to make forecasts according to crowd behaviour. In the Elliott Wave theory declares the marketplace in cases like this, the forex trade shifts in a string of 5 swings up, its essence and 3 swings backwards, duplicated perpetually. Clearly, there is much more.

Among the things in riding the Elliot Wave which makes it so catchy is timing. Among the important wave theories, it is the only person that does not place a certain time limit on recoils and the reactions of the marketplace. A single the philosophies of fractal maths makes it certain that there are a number of waves inside waves.

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Support and resistance is not something new in the world of trading. The concept is used as an indicator to predict various stock market fluctuations. Actually, the concept has a lot to do with the theory of supply and demand. Most charts look like exhibiting random price patterns, but when the theory of support, or of resistance, is applied, very often the price fluctuations on such charts no longer seem random.

Personally, I began to notice a trend similar to this when I watched stock ticker. Sitting in front of the TV, watching stock ticker, over time it occurred to me that certain price points of Down Jones Industrial Average had a bit of difficulty trying to break through other levels. Moreover, when round numbers were involved and the prices attempted to move, the forex trend became even more obvious.

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Regular Bullish Divergence:

regular bullish divergence

Regular Bearish Divergence:
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Elliot wave theory enjoys massive popularity – being described as advanced technical analysis, by many brokers and publishers.

elliot wave chart

Elliot wave theory has a huge and devoted following – shame the theory has no basis of sound logic that can help you make money!

Let’s look at Elliott wave theory in more detail and then look at sensible market analysis.

The theory was named after Ralph Nelson Elliott, who concluded in his book “natures law” that the movement of financial markets could be predicted by observing, and identifying a repetitive pattern of waves.

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There are so many Forex trading strategies out there that it’s not surprising so many people don’t know where to start. But actually, all of those strategies are some combination of two different techniques: fundamental or technical analysis.

A fundamental analyst looks at a nation’s entire financial picture to guide her trades, studying international macroeconomics and the forces that drive the supply of and demand for a currency. There are five of these factors:

• is that country’s government in good financial shape or in the red, and what is their financial policy (pro-business, labor, etc.)

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