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Introducing EA-VN Social Trading: The First Trading Signal on EA-VN

At EA-VN, we are thrilled to announce the launch of our newest trading signal on Exness, the EA-VN Social Trading signal. This signal is designed to give traders an opportunity to profit from the forex market without the need for extensive knowledge or experience. By using a martingale EA with a safe strategy, we aim to provide our investors with a reliable and profitable trading experience. EA-VN Social Trading: How It Works The EA-VN Social Trading signal uses a martingale EA strategy that opens just two orders at a time and trades on just one pair, XAUUSD. This strategy ensures that investors’ capital is never put at risk, as it limits the exposure to one pair and only opens two orders at a time. We understand that many traders are concerned about the safety of their capital, and that is why we have taken extra steps to ensure that our…    read more 

The truth about trading education

If you look up anything trading education-related on Google or YouTube or any other channel. You will get a million hits about the same things like support and resistance lines, chart patterns, candlestick patterns, and so on so forth. The same goes for trading academies and schools, they will all teach you the same things. But does it really work?Short answer: No, it doesn’t.Long answer: You can make it work, but you will need to spend at least 5/10 years of your life to master these strategies fully, and your risk management has to be super tight. Your profits will be minimum, and not worth the energy and stress you put in. The truth about trading education Some of these traders quit trying to trade Forex for a living and move over to educating people. They know a lot about the market sure, but they’re not making money in it….    read more 

Forex Trading – should you invest?

February 2, 2022 |

Forex trading is all about putting your money into other currencies, so you can gain the interest for the night, for time period or the difference in trading money all around. Forex trading does involve other assets along with money, but because you are investing in other countries and in other businesses that are dealing in other currencies the basis for the money you make or lose will be based on the trading of money. Constant trading is done in the forex markets as time zones will vary and the markets will open in one country while another is near closing. What happens in one market will have an effect on the other countries forex markets, but it is not always bad or good, sometimes the margins of trading are near each other. A forex market will be present when two countries are involved in trading, and when money is…    read more 

The Path to be a Successful Trader

Every single day, countless individuals are launching their career in day trading. They join chatrooms, participate in various classes, and start trading in real accounts or simulators. They enter day trading with all kinds of different expectations. Let’s deal with one that I encounter often. People will say to me, “Oh, okay, I’ll become a full-time trader, and I can make a living out of that. I’ll have financial freedom and become independent and be able to quit my job.” Unfortunately, that is not very likely to happen very early in their trading career. Of course, it’s possible for anyone after three months of training and study to become a full-time trader. That’s the easy part. But if you want to actually make a living out of trading, preferably while lounging in a beach house on the Caribbean and sipping tall cool drinks, that outcome is highly unlikely. I’m always…    read more 

What is your trading Style ?

November 27, 2021 |

There are two styles of trading: discretionary and mechanical systems based. Discretionary traders Discretionary traders evaluate potential trades based on their trading plan, using technical analysis to determine if each trade meets their requirements. Although the discretionary trader’s rules are known, the trader decides to take or pass on trades based on their experience. The discretionary trader doesn’t follow a firm algorithm of entries and exits. Instead, they weigh all available information, and then make a call. Mechanical systems Mechanical systems, on the other hand, are trading strategies that a computer program can execute. The mechanical system is often based on technical inputs such as price and indicators. The strategies are usually programmed into a computer software program that can backtest them on historical market data to determine if they produce positive expectancy: namely, if they produce higher profits than losses over the long term and in comparison to the…    read more 

Forex Market


November 26, 2021 |

Based on my own experiences as a trader and on conversations with many top analysts and traders on my radio program and elsewhere, here is a top-10 list of observations I would like to pass along to you after 23 years in the trading business. You may recognize some of these thoughts as market clichés, but they have stood the test of time and should be helpful for you as well. You only have three choices when you are in a bad position, and it is not hard to figure out what to do: (1) Get out, (2) double up, or (3) spread it off. I have always found getting out to be the best of all three choices. No opinion on the market or you are doubtful about market direction? Then stay out. Remember, when in doubt, stay out. Don’t ever let anyone know how big your wallet is,…    read more 

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Why do we need to use Forex EA to trade

November 22, 2021 |

We all know that we do not need any forex expertise to use any forex robot. We just need to obtain the robot and run to our account. That is simple! The robot will mechanically produce profits on behalf of you. But a profitable forex robot is not simple to find. Today, you can test one of the best Forex EA that works in any broker account. We advise testing your demo account after downloading it. After you attach an EA to a chart on your MT4 platform, the forex professional advisor will analyze market situations and use them to advise you on trades to make. It uses different conditions and factors to draw conclusions about the directions a market will go. Advantages of a Forex EA A Forex EA is quicker A Forex EA can perform the needful to find trades with best prospects in seconds. This contains surveying…    read more 

How to Install an MT4 EA

Forex EA Basics: How to Install an MT4 EA

October 17, 2021 |

After you have had a bit of practice using the indicator tools on the MT4 platform, you can now move to the next stage in your MT4 learning: how to create an expert advisor. An expert adviser is a program you install onto a platform. It will automatically follow trader’s instructions after a certain criteria has been met. It can be described as “automated trading“, since you don’t have to touch your keyboard or mouse to enter orders. An advantage to using an EA is the ability to create an EA from a mechanical system. This is especially useful if your trading interests include multiple pairs, or if time is a constraint.Before we move on to how to install an EA program, please be aware that there are many EA programs out there that may not work as advertised. They will tell you how their EA system has given them thousands of pips, without…    read more 

Hammer – price action pattern – Analytics & Forecasts – 1 December 2023

November 30, 2023 |

The Hammer The hammer price action pattern is a bullish signal that signifies a higher probability of the market moving higher than lower and is used primarily in up-trending markets. Here is an example of what a hammer candle looks like:                                          A hammer shows sellers pushing the market to a new low. However, the sellers are not strong enough to stay at the low and choose to bail on their positions. This causes the market to rally back up, leading buyers to also step into the market. The open and close price levels should both be in the upper half of the candle. Traditionally, the close can be below the open but it is a stronger signal if the close is above the opening price level.           In the above price…    read more 

GBP/USD experiences a downturn, marking a 0.35% decline

November 30, 2023 |

Share: GBP/USD slides below 1.2700 on strong US Dollar after soft US PCE The GBP/USD drops in Thursday’s North American session as the Greenback got a vote of confidence from traders, even though data suggests the US Federal Reserve (Fed) might be near the peak of its tightening cycle. Hence, the major is trading at 1.2649 after reaching a high of 1.2710, down 0.35%. As mentioned above, the US Dollar Index (DXY), which tracks the buck’s performance against six currencies, including Sterling, gains 0.47%, up at 103.33. The US Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) revealed that core inflation, measured by the Fed’s preferred gauge for inflation, the core Personal Consumption Expenditure (PCE), cooled down from 3.7% to 3.5% YoY in October. The headline figures climbed to 3.0% as estimated, 0.4% below September’s number. Read more… GBP/USD could slump to the 1.26 zone – Scotiabank GBP soft in line…    read more 

US Dollar Up but Bearish Risks Grow, Setups on EUR/USD, GBP/USD Before Powell

November 30, 2023 |

US DOLLAR FORECAST – EUR/USD, GBP/USD The U.S. dollar extends its recovery as U.S. yields push higher Powell’s speech on Friday will take center stage This article looks at key tech levels to watch on EUR/USD and GBP/USD Trade Smarter – Sign up for the DailyFX Newsletter Receive timely and compelling market commentary from the DailyFX team Subscribe to Newsletter Most Read: US Consumer Spending Eases but the US Dollar Index (DXY) Continues to Advance The U.S. dollar, as measured by the DXY index, extended its recovery on Thursday, boosted by a bounce in U.S. Treasury yields following remarks from San Francisco Federal Reserve President Mary Daly indicating that the FOMC is not yet considering slashing borrowing costs. Daly’s forceful position, which clashes with the more cautious posture embraced by other colleagues, highlights a widening chasm between the doves and the hawks. UPCOMING MARKET EVENTS Source: DailyFX Economic Calendar Unsure…    read more 

USD/JPY looking for a bullish rebound after four straight down days, testing 148.00

November 30, 2023 |

Share: US Dollar sees a limited recovery against the Yen on Thursday. US data brought few surprises, Japanese data came in mixed on the day. Up Next: Friday sees Japanese Unemployment Rate, US ISM Manufacturing PMI The US Dollar (USD) is trying to claw back chart paper from the Japanese Yen (JPY) on Thursday, but struggling to decisively re-mount the 148.00 handle. US Core Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) Price Index figures for October came in exactly as expected, with the MoM printing at 0.2% versus September’s 0.3%, while the annualized figure for the year into October printed at 3.5% compared to September’s annualized print of 3.7%. US PCE inflation brings no surprises, but jobless claims & Chicago PMI beat the street US Initial Jobless Claims surprised to the upside, showing fewer new unemployment benefits seekers than markets anticipated, with 218K new claimants for the week into November 24th, where…    read more 

Japanese Yen Returns Some Gains After Adachi Comments Suggest No BOJ Shift

November 30, 2023 |

Japanese Yen (USD/JPY) Analysis and Charts USD/JPY ticks up as November bows out A BoJ official has cast doubt on any near-term monetary alteration The USD, meanwhile, has been boosted by stronger US growth data The Japanese Yen slipped a little against the United States Dollar on Thursday, with the possibility of tighter Japanese monetary policy undermined by recent commentary from an official at the Bank of Japan. The foreign exchange market has been cautiously bullish on the comparative outlooks for the two majors since mid-November. The prospect of lower US interest rates in the first half of next year has stripped the Dollar of a lot of support, and not only against the Yen. Meanwhile, the view that domestic Japanese inflation might have risen far enough to see the BoJ unwind its incredibly loose monetary policy stance has given the Yen a boost. However, Bank of Japan monetary policy…    read more 

US Pending Home Sales decline 1.5% in October

November 30, 2023 |

Share: Pending Home Sales in the US declined less than expected in October. US Dollar Index stays in positive territory around 103.40. Pending Home Sales in the US rose 1.1% in October, the National Association of Realtors reported on Thursday. This reading followed a 1% increase recorded in September (revised from 1.1%) and came in better than the market expectation for a decrease of 2%. On a yearly basis, Pending Home Sales fell 8.5%.  Market reaction The US Dollar stays on positive ground, supported by previous economic reports from the US that included consumer inflation and Jobless Claims. The US Dollar Index is up 0.45%, at 103.5. Source link

US Consumer Spending Eases but the US Dollar Index (DXY) Continues to Advance

November 30, 2023 |

US Core PCE Key Points: MOST READ: Oil Price Forecast: WTI Faces Technical Hurdles as OPEC+ Rumors Swirl Elevate your trading skills and gain a competitive edge. Get your hands on the News Trading Guide today for exclusive insights on how to navigate news events. Recommended by Zain Vawda Trading Forex News: The Strategy Core PCE prices MoM slowed in October following two successive months of 0.4% increases. The October print of 0.2%, in line with estimates was the weakest reading since July 2022. ThePCE price indexincreased less than 0.1 percent. Excluding food and energy, the PCE price index increased 0.2 percent. The annual rate cooled to 3% from 3.4%, a low level not seen since March 2021, matching forecasts. Meanwhile, annual core PCE inflation which excludes food and energy, slowed to 3.5% from 3.7%, a fresh low since mid-2021. Customize and filter live economic data via our DailyFX economic…    read more 

Losses have not extended far enough to put the short-term uptrend at risk – Scotiabank

November 30, 2023 |

Share: EUR/USD losses have picked up through the European session. Economists at Scotiabank analyze the pair’s outlook. Additional losses through 1.09 would imply a little more downside risk The EUR/USD pair is trading nearly a cent off of Wednesday’s high but losses have not extended far enough at this point to put the short-term uptrend at risk.  Additional losses through the 1.09 level would imply a little more downside risk for the EUR in the short run, however, towards stronger support in the 1.0825/1.0850 range.    Source link

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