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Forex Trading Strategies With Momentum Indicator

It still remains unknown who’s behind the “Momentum” indicator, but as a member of the “Oscillator” family of technical indicators, it’s a leading indicator that gauges the rate-of-change for a currency pair. The momentum indicator tries to gauge the momentum that drives price movements for the currency pair in question over a specified period of time. […]

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Momentum Forex Swing Trading Strategy

Swing traders attempt to grab profits within the currency markets by holding trading positions from 1-3 days up to several weeks. The Momentum forex swing trading strategy is a swing trading system that bundles together the i-AMA-Optimum.ex4, Bollinger Bands_b.ex4 and the default MT4 momentum forex indicators. In a manner that allows traders to promptly determine trend direction, price […]

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Momentum Forex Day Trading Strategy

Day trading is a form of trading that allows for opening and closing of positions within a single day. Intraday traders will liquidate their positions before the market closes for the trading day. The Momentum Forex Day trading strategy is all about incorporating the strength of the dominant trend and using it effectively to determine […]

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Forex Trading Strategies With Average True Range Indicator

J. Welles Wilder is one of the best known technical analysts to have written at length about volatility indicators. His 1978 book, “New Concepts in Technical Trading” introduced a lot of fundamental concepts of modern technical analysis, and one of such is an indicator known as Average True Range (ATR). Volatility indicators have always been […]

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Forex Trading Strategies With Ichimoku Kinko Hyo

The Ichimoku Kinko Hyo, which is also known as the Ichimoku for short, is a technical indicator that is deployed in measuring momentum, spotting trend direction, defining probable zones of support and resistance, as well as delivering trade signals. The wide-ranging technical indicator is made up of five distinct lines i.e. the tankan-sen, kijun-sen, senkou […]

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