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How To Trade Fibonacci Retracement For Money In Forex?

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Review of Counter Punch Dow Trades

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Market Correlations – Forex Trading Strategy Q&A

What are the Market Correlations and how to keep track of them? The concept I will talk about in this video is market correlations. It means that different market assets being correlated to one another. The video regards the question that I received trough social media which was ‘I noticed today that gold rose as a result of treasury yields dropping and I had no idea they were correlated had I known I could have gained a lot of pips from gold increasing today because I actually was already aware early that the yields were dropping but did not know it was correlated with gold’. First all, in the general sense lots of different assets in markets are correlated and the easiest way to explain how and why is all to do with Risk-On Risk-Off. So the Risk-On is when the market gets kind of greedy and not scared of risks. You have probably heard the saying that the market cycles between fear and greed. In it’s greedy phase market will try to make as much money as possible . So the traders will be attracted to those things that give the high yield. For example, in currencies they will be attracted to those currencies that are paying the highest interest rate. Obviously with yield comes more risk. When market is scared (Risk-Off), traders do not care about yield anymore because they simply want to go for safety. In this question we are specifically talking about gold and US bonds. What’s the correlation here? Bonds and gold are both Risk-Off assets. So if the markets get scared for example, whenever the stock market is crashing, you might notice the prices of gold and the value of bonds to go up. When the value of bonds go up the yield goes down. In exchange for safety of gold or bonds you do not really get a yield. That’s exactly what happened in the given question. I do not know exactly what date it was or what was the situation but even just by looking at what happened we can see that it was probably risk off day. Everyone was buying into gold because they did not want to take any risks. So the value of gold rose and at the same time the value of treasuries was going up. So obviously the yields on those treasures went down. When you see the yields going down it is a very good indicator that as long as there is a good reason for this (this is when you need to look at the fundamentals) the value for the risk off assets such as gold will go up. In the currency markets a risk off asset is Japanese Yen. Therefore the value of Japanese yen goes up when the market is scarred. When the market is not scared and does not care about risk it will go for currencies that have a high yield. For example, at the moment when I’m recording this video in 2015 high yield currencies are New Zealand dollar and Australian dollar. To sum up, it does not really matter which markets it is. It does not have to be gold, does not have to be bonds it is all about whether it is a Risk-On Risk-Off asset. So if you see treasury yields falling first thing you need to do is look for the reason. Is something happening in the market that caused a concern or panic? If that is the case, you got a very good chance of making some money by buying gold. If it has not started moving there is a pretty good chance it will start following. ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Join my Free Video Course and Learn Forex Success: http://www.jarrattdavis.com/go/free-forex-course/

Forex Charts For Beginners

Welcome to this very short presentation giving you a very basic understanding of Forex charts. After watching this video you will get a good feel for how the market moves and most particularly how professional Forex traders used those price charts. The first thing we are going to look at are two key elements. On the right hand side you’ll notice the number and you can see that it is moving up and down. Currently it says 1.1298. That is the price of this currency pair. That’s the first bit of information that the Forex charts give you. It tells you where the pair is currently trading at and how much that pair costs to buy or sell. The other thing that the Forex charts tell you is where the prices been in the recent past. You can see here in this example that this currency pair has came all the way up to 1.1380 and then seller came into the market and pushed all the way back down to its lows. Now that’s useful information because we know that for whatever reason sellers are trading from 1.1380. So if pair gets back up to 1.1380, you guessed it, we can expect some more sellers to come back into the market because that’s recently been attractive to those sellers. It’s also been a level that buyer’s just can’t get through. So the first value of the Forex charts is showing us the history of the price so we can make little decisions and judgments based on that current trade. Now the other thing that a price chart does, is displaying prices in a different ways. For example, you got a bar chart here. We’ve also considered a line chart. Yet the most popular way to display prices is the candlestick chart. The candlestick chart is the most popular form of chart analysis with professional traders simply because it gives you much more information. You can see not only where the prices been but where the major rejections came from. These little wicks here show that the market sold off very quickly and this is a particularly fierce reaction zone. If we go to a bar chart, for instance, or a line chart most obviously you don’t get that same clarity. You just see where the prices been without those little details. That’s why candlesticks tend to be most popular. One thing I want to mention here is that Forex charts definitely get overused by retail traders. You do not trade the markets or professionals don’t trade the market’s by simply staring at a price chart and waiting for it to give a signal of which way to trade the currency on the different pairs. A mistake that retail traders make is they line up all the currency pairs, they put their indicators on each one and they just wait to see which pair gives them a signal next. That is the worst way you can trade and if you do trade like that you stand a very high chance of losing money. The way you get your analysis is by studying the fundamentals and the sentiment so you can highlight which particular currency pair you wanna trade, which direction you wanna trade it in and then use the Forex charts for an extra layer of analysis. I hope that’s helped. That’s was an introduction to the Forex charts. The two values are, of course, the price and history of what the pair has been doing. So you can make those decisions but you need to make it based on your existing fundamental and sentiment analysis in the first place. ———————————————————————————————————————————————————————— Join my Free Video Course and Learn Forex Success: http://www.jarrattdavis.com/go/free-forex-course/