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  • Average True Range: What is it? What is it for?

    The market is dominated by two alternating trends: the bullish and bearish trends. For an analyst to be able to understand the market trend, and to be able to predict the next trend is fundamental but complicated. There are many indicators that, if used in the same way, can give concrete predictions about what is going to happen to the market. Predicting as truthful a forecast as possible is very important because it gives the possibility to significantly reduce the risk in investments.

     
  • App for Trading: how do I trade with an App? Choose the right one!

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    Apps for online trading are many, and it is difficult to find the ideal solution without wasting time with non-functional applications. So, we try to make it clear by recommending a range of trader applications to download and test directly with your strategies.

Platforms

  • Parabolic Sar: what are we talking about?

    Parabolic Stop and Reversal (Sar) refers to a trading system based on price and time. In the graphic aspect, it is represented by a succession of points above or below the prices, takes its name from the parabolic form that outlines in the graph. The succession of points of the Sar in the chart if it is built below prices means that it is in bullish trend, on the contrary if it is built above it is in bearish trend.

Strategies

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Trading signals: let's order

Today we will analyze the price movement that distinguishes every financial instrument. All this to give us the opportunity to predict more reliably the trend of the market on which we intend to invest.

Strategies

Technique for Binary Options with 30 second expiry date

In this article I would like to talk about a very effective 30 second binary options trading technique. For this technique will be used simply tick charts and candle charts with a timeframe of 30 seconds. The indicators that we will need will be 3 moving averages of different colors that will be placed on the candle graph. The moving average at 3 periods will be blue, the one at 5 periods of fuchsia, the one at 14 periods of red.