Foreign Exchange Sydney Analysis Is Key

Making “a killing”, the first time you launch a trade, is perhaps the most dangerous thing that can happen to you, when you’re trading foreign exchange Sydney. It gives you a false sense of confidence that you know what you’re doing and you begin to ignore danger signals (e. g., Wal-Mart’s September 25, 2013 announcement that it was reducing its supplier orders, for the remainder of 2013, due to high inventory levels – the news of which immediately led to a decline of 11 pips in the AUD/JPY, the AUD/USD and the USD/JPY … meaning that if you had been trading on a 100:1 leveraged basis, you would have lost 11% of your cash margin in nothing flat). Only through systematic study and technical analysis can you increase your depth perception as well as the scope of your vision, stopping stupid mistakes from occurring.
Fundamental analysis is important for the long-term. Technical analysis is important for the short-term. Use them both and become a far better trader in the process.

Using Analysis For Foreign Exchange Sydney

While Hollywood would have you believe that all the world’s hot shot traders fly by the seat of their pants, reality is quite different. Most expert traders get up early (as in 3:30 am), quickly sitting down in front of their computers to review what happened while they were sleeping and to mentally game plan what they might like to accomplish in the near future. They live in a world of charts and formulae that are like old friends. While each trader has his/her own idiosyncrasies, it’s amazing how much of the analysis that goes on is pretty much the same around the world. For an example, visit one of best AUD/JPY traders on the planet – Sean Lee, at “”.

How Fundamental Analysis Can Help With Foreign Exchange Sydney

In forex, fundamental analysis is another term for the study of economics (albeit in a practical way). Economics impacts forex prices primarily through 3 routes. The first is through changes in a central bank’s monetary policy (i. e., the rising or lowering of interest rates); e. g., the Reserve Bank’s actions, effective August 7, 2013. The second is through increases or decreases in industrial production rates, since a country that is suffering a decline in production in a country that’s in trouble (with a currency that’s about to be in trouble, too). Think Greece or Spain. Finally, there are unemployment rate increases – the black plague of forex (just the thought of what might happen is enough to send everyone running).

Choosing Technical Analysis For Foreign Exchange Sydney

Technical analysis is the art of using math to create pretty pictures on your computer that tell you where a currency pair’s prices have been and where they are probably going in the future. (An “Ichimoku Cloud” array is an outstanding example.) Such analysis involves approximately 50 indicators. Some of them are relatively simple (like “moving averages”); others are far more complex (e. g., a “TRIX”). Certain indicators – such as “MACD”, “RSI” and “Stochastic RSI” – are favoured by “day traders”. Bands and channels (e. g., “Bollinger Bands®“ or “Keltner Channels”) are some of the preferred tools used by longer-term “trend traders”. “Fibonacci retracement arrays”, on the other hand, are used by almost everyone. Visit “” for more information.




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