ForexCycle - Forex Webinars & Seminars 2018

The 80/20 Trade: "Pounce Like a Cat"

You must "ambush" high confidence trades. Long-time professional trader and teacher Dick Diamond says patience is vital before the ambush...

The Manic-Depressive Stock Market: What to Make of It

These dramatic fluctuations appear to be impulsive; and we know that impulse does not flow from cold reason. Even so, the Efficient Market Hypothesis would have us believe that investors are constantly applying reason and logic to reach some objective market pricing, via the latest news or measure of stock market valuation...

Complimentary eBook teaches you how to apply Moving Averages to your trading or investing

Elliott Wave International (EWI) has released a free 10-page trading eBook: How You Can Find High-Probability Trading Opportunities Using Moving Averages, bySenior AnalystJeffrey Kennedy...

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A Two-Bar Pattern that Points to Trade Setups

Some people like to get outside on the weekends, maybe playing tennis or working in the yard. Some people like to visit their friends or cook a big meal or go out to see a movie...

Learn How to Apply Fibonacci Retracements to Your Trading

Elliott waves often correct in terms of Fibonacci ratios. The following article, adapted from the eBook How You Can Use Fibonacci to Improve Your Trading, explains what you can expect when a market begins a corrective phase...

Applying Fibonacci to Stock Market Patterns

Patterns are everywhere. We see them in the ebb and flow of the tide, the petals of a flower, or the shape of a seashell. If we look closely, we can see patterns in almost everything around us...

  


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