Beginner's Guide to TA

For the bushy-tailed and bright-eyed newcomer, technical analysis of the Forex market often becomes an obsession. I know for me it was.Although you will learn there is much more to successful trading ...
Beginner's Guide to TA

The development of the school of charting called Candlestick analysis is initially credited to a 17th century Japanese rice trader named Homma form the town of Sakata. Over time, Candlesticks have evo...
Beginner's Guide to TA

Moving averages are a staple in the Forex trader's arsenal. They help the discerning trader identify, and trade in alignment with, the trend. Both critical components of a winning trading plan. There ...
Beginner's Guide to TA

You would not think that one of the most popular modern technical analysis tools would be named after a 13th century monk, but then stranger things have happened. Fibonacci was an Italian mathematicia...
Beginner's Guide to TA

To the uninitiated, a chart is just random noise. To a trader, it's a precise portrait of the past. By isolating and analysing chart patterns, we can use this "noise" to plan high probabilit...
Beginner's Guide to TA

The markets are said to trade within a range 70-80% of the time. Trends are the exception, and not the rule. So what to do when the markets are flat? The smart trader dons their range trading hat. ...
Beginner's Guide to TA

Technical Analysis is a curious pursuit. Charts attract all walks of life; not just those mathematically inclined. Maybe the rhythmic patterns appeal to us on a deep level. The harmony of the price mo...
Beginner's Guide to TA

If one thing is certain about Forex, it is that it trends. Not always and never forever, but market trends do definitely emerge, and do definitely continue - sometimes for months or years. One currenc...
Beginner's Guide to TA

It's time to get serious! From here on out we're going to be concocting consistent trades, using the instruments seen in the past lessons. Before we start our adventure, however, allow me to share som...