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TDI Indicator Explained

The Traders Dynamic Index (TDI) indicator was designed by Dean Malone for assessing the market state and finding trade signals. The TDI is a complex indicator as long as it is based on three other popular indicators: the RSI, Moving Average, and Bollinger Bands. The RSI lines are smoothed out by the Moving Averages.

Forex Basics 2 – Candles and Timeframes

Forex Basics 1 – How to Read the Charts

Read Format Forex Technicals

1 General overview 1.1 Why technical analysis : the lack of fundamental analysis 1.2 Technical analysis in order to take a greater account of psychology 1.3 Dow’s analysis and the investors psychology towards announcements 1.4 Contrary opinion 2 Technical analysis basis… 2.1 Horizontal resistances and supports 2.2 Oblique resistances and supports: the basis of trends

What is a PIP

A pip, short for “percentage in point” or “price interest point,” represents a tiny measure of the change in a currency pair in the forex market. A pip is a standardized unit and is the smallest amount by which a currency quote can change.

Understanding Trends

Trend trading is a trading style that attempts to capture gains through the analysis of an asset’s momentum in a particular direction. When the price is moving in one overall direction, such as up or down, that is called a trend. Trend traders enter into a long position when a security is trending upward.

Understanding GOLD XAU

Trading can GOLD can be very lucrative. Gold is also known as XAU.

Understanding Broker Charges

Different brokers have different charges. This video explains it in detail.

Trading Plan

A trading plan is a systematic method for identifying and trading securities that takes into consideration a number of variables including time, risk and the investor’s objectives.

Choosing a Trading Time

For beginners, swing trading is the ultimate trading form since it takes very little time and can be executed even by those who have a full-time job, while still having great profit potential. To provide some perspective you may be able to swing trade by spending as little time as 15 minutes each day only.

What are Time Frames

When you look at a chart there are different time frames you can check. You can view a chart in a 1MIN view, 5 MIN view, 15MIN view,  1 Hour view, 4 Hour and Daily and weekly views. The reason why we check different time frames is to see where has price been and where

What is a LOT Size

Lot sizes are basically the amount your risking on a trade. Watch the video for more information.

What is a BUY/SELL

The way you make money in trading is by either buying (going up) or selling (going down). The market moves up or down and trading in the market direction is how you make money. A BUY can also be referred to CALL, LONG, BULLISH and a SELL is also referred to PUT, SHORT, BEARISH. Watch

What is Spread Betting