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Spanyol vs Schweiz (Spain Pesetas-Franc Swiss)


Today the Spanish against the Swiss will soon be underway. Who would you rely on today? Now, I’m not talking about who is fighting whom. but whether the Spanish or the game will influence the price movement of currencies EURO Forex? according to my own that this effect may cause superiority EURO currency. This is the World Cup! Realize! of course this influence, this is a battle arena like World War. If your country is losing the war, the finance you will be colonized, your country into a mess, your currency will automatically mess too.

June 16, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

World Cup 2010 !


This month the world cup in 2010. The financial impact of the world against the World Cup event in 2010 was very effective or not at all influential? example, such as German which has a sterling currency. d if the German win every World Cup competition in 2010, would affect the currency in forex?

June 16, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Four things you want from Trading for Life

1. Constant Profit

Profit constant is needed by every trader in the achievement of trading for living. If you do not achieve this, you can not procced to the next stage.

2. Cost of Living

After you get the first point, it’s time you use your work to fulfill your life. If you do not use the results of your profits for your own life, that would be to not care about your own will result.

3. Saving Money

The next step is to save your money. All are useless if you do not spend your money to save useful for your own future. Saving your money can be interpreted also by making efforts outside of this work so that your money is not only still in place.

4. Enjoying Life

The final step is to enjoy life. After you meet the above points that you should enjoy your life in many ways before your life ends. Because if your life is over before you enjoy your own results, that’s no good. All have no meaning at all.

June 14, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Two Moving Avarage

I will tell you how to use the two moving average at the time of your trading. Make a moving average line with the value 20 and using the color blue. Then make a line next to the moving average value of 10 and using the color red. Then see the second line carefully, at a certain time the second line will be mutually cut one another. If the second line is cut then it’s time to take your position. This technique can produce more than 10 point. Regrads.

March 4, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | | Leave a comment

Euro vs USD “March 2010”

Technically, Euro will increase this March. Seen from the chart above is found under the candlestick that I circled in red are not able to penetrate my candlestick blue circle in the closing month of February 2010.

March 4, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | | Leave a comment

All About Candlesticks

Candlesticks are usually composed of the body (black or white), and an upperand a lower shadow (wick). The wick illustrates the highest and lowest traded prices of a security during the time interval represented. The body illustrates the opening and closing trades. If the security closed higher than it opened, the body is white or unfilled, with the opening price at the bottom of the body and the closing price at the top. If the security closed lower than it opened, the body is black, with the opening price at the top and the closing price at the bottom. A candlestick need not have either a body or a wick. To better highlight price movements, modern candlestick charts (especially those displayed digitally) often replace the black or white of the candlestick body with colors such as red (for a lower closing) and blue or green ( for a higher closing)

1. White Candlestick “Signal uptrend movement”

2. Black Candlestick “Signals downtrend movement”

3. Long Lower Shadow “Bullish signal”

4. Long Upper Shadow “Bearish signal”

5. Hammer “A bullish pattern during a downtrend (long lower wick and small or no body); Shaven head-a bullish pattern during a downtrend & a bearish pattern during an uptrend (no upper wick); Hanging man – bearish pattern during an uptrend (long lower wick, small or no body; wick has the multiple length of the body.”

6. Inverted Hammer ” Signals bottom reversal, however confirmation must be obtained from next trade (may be either a white or black body); Shaven bottom – signaling bottom reversal, however confirmation must be obtained from next trade (no lower wick); Shooting star – a bearish pattern during an uptrend (small body, long upper wick, small or no lower wick).”

7. Spinning top white “Neutral pattern, meaningful in combination with other candlestick patterns.”

8. Spinning top black “Neutral pattern, meaningful in combination with other candlestick patterns.”

9. Doji “Neutral pattern, meaningful in combination with other candlestick patterns.”

10. Long legged doji “Signals a top reversal.”

11. Dragonfly doji “Signals trend reversal (no upper wick, long lower wick).”

12. Gravestone doji “Signals trend reversal (no lower wick, long upper wick).”

13. Marubozu white “Dominant bullish trades, continued bullish trend (no upper, no lower wick).”

14.  Marubozu black “Dominant bearish trades, continued bearish trend (no upper, no lower wick).”

March 1, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | | Leave a comment

Candlestick Chart History

Candlestick charts are said to have been developed in the 18th century by legendary Japanese rice trader Homma Munehisa. The charts gave Homma and others an overview of open, high, low, and close market prices over a certain period. This style of charting is very popular due to the level of ease in reading and understanding the graphs. The Japanese rice traders also found that the resulting charts would provide a fairly reliable tool to predict future demand. The method was picked up by Charles Dow around 1900 and remains in common use by today’s traders of financial instrumens.

February 28, 2010 Posted by | Uncategorized | | 2 Comments