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Forex Trading: A Beginnerís Guide
Foreign exchange is the act of changing one countryís currency into anotherís for tourism, commerce or other reasons. As businesses continue to expand to markets all over the globe, the need to complete transactions in other countriesí currencies is only going to grow.
Fluctuations in currency value expose businesses to risk when they have to buy goods or services beyond their borders. Forex markets provide a way to hedge that risk by fixing a rate at which the transaction can be completed in the future. Investors can also buy or sell one currency against another in the hopes that currency will gain or drop in strength and result in a profit. Thatís called speculating.
The interbank market includes banks from around the world that trade among each other. Supply and demand sets the prices in the market. Since between $2 trillion and $3 trillion in various currencies trade every day, no single central bank can move the market for any length of time without the help of other central banks.
The pros of forex trading include the ease of entering and exiting trades in most major currencies; traders can use leverage to control large positions with little of their own money; forex markets are open around the clock; and since itís a macroeconomic endeavor, trading currencies does not require understanding the nuances of microeconomic factors.
Traders should view forex trading as a chance to diversify. They can approach it as an active traderís opportunity to earn more spread, or as leveraged trading where itís easier to work with a small amount of money than whatís needed in the stock market.
Forex traders should know how to time their trades with charts, and they should avoid impulsive behavior through the use of common sense.
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Forex Trading for Beginners ó Explained
What is forex? Buy a certain amount of currency, hold on to it while the exchange rate moves, then change it back making money along the way. How to decide when to buy and sell? Now, if you could imagine travelling a lot by saving money for your holiday budget and exchanging it. It is not really a practical approach to trading currencies. You can trade currencies through online offices called brokers. What this means is that you can exchange currencies online throughout the day and take advantage of the constantly fluctuating exchange rates.
Trading forex online with a broker has many benefits. You can trade forex from your home or anywhere in the world with an internet connection. The forex market never sleeps. It is open 24 hours a day, 5 days a week. It can easily suit your daily routine. You do not need a huge budge to get started. As little as $100, is enough to begin trading and building your wealth over time. And that, of course, will require some hard work in the form of learning to trade the forex market.
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very good working this pinbar, first time i understand thanks dear
Muhammad, youíre very welcome. Feel free to reach out with any questions.
thanks sir, very helpfull videos.. sir u should post more videos like this probably after u complete ur live trades .. i am learning a lot from ur strategis .. really thanks sir .. people really need mentors like u ..
Sachin, thatís great to hear. I offer post-trade reviews inside of the memberís area (https://dailypriceaction.com/forex-price-action-course) where I discuss my thought process before, during and after a trade.
Thanks for the feedback.
What if youíre in an uptrend and you have a mother bar showing buyers and then the inside bar is a red bar ďsalesĒ or vis Versa you are in a downtrend and you have a red mother bar but then you have a blue inside bar, would you use the same strategy?
The color of the inside bar isnít significant. Whatís more important are things like the strength of the trend, location of the inside bar and its position relative to the mother bar.
Hope that helps.
August 24, 2016
thanks sir, very helpfull videos.. sir u should post more videos like this probably after u complete ur live trades .. i am learning a lot from ur strategis .. really thanks sir .. people really need mentors like u ÖThis confirms my comment I posted about the value of post trade reviews
Michael, thanks for the comment. It is something I plan to do more of in the future.
Absolutely great simple but yet very informative Thank you
Thanks, Deon. Glad youíre enjoying it.
thanks for you it is very good strategy
I use iq options 2 minute and 60 second trades do you have any live trades videos using the pin bar on short term trades
Kevin, what you see here is all I have at the moment.
It looks the engulfing strategy?
Thanks for all your good lessons!
I like very much the clarity of your charts. What software are you using?
Youíre welcome. The charts I use on this site are from MT4.
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where can i download the videos?
have been looking at your daily set up and video and I must that they are very powerful information.Will jumping on board soon.Keep up the great work.
thanks for you it is very good strategy, working this pinbar
Sir what are the benefits of member area.
Thank you very much for the info on Inside Bar.
nice videos, great man
nice videos, y great
I just realised that a retest of support or resistance can happen straight after price breaks a key level or months later!
Sir Justin, thank you for sharing your ideas, i actually watch all your videos and it really contribute a lot in my CBR strategy(Consolidation Breakout and Retracement) especially when it will create pin bar in the RS area.
i am a believer in the fibís as it is a universal indicator based upon mathematical formulas- it has proven to be a reliable indicator of extensions and retracement levels!
What if you get an inside bar at resistance/support?
Is that a reversal bar?
Thanks again Justin. added more on trading the Pin Bars. did not know how to trade them before! I was so surprised when you said 80% of your trading you use pin bars. i will practice them too to see how i can improve my trading
Justin, try to see the Daily chart of GBP/JPY, there is a bullish pin bar formation but did not touch the confluence area of the Horizontal line and the trend line, neither it touched the horizontal line or the trend line. plz, say something on this. thanks
Hey Justin can you tell what MA you use EMA? and period ?
which moving average the you used in the chart ?
use the 10/20 ema
thank you very much with the fruitful info will you please go deeper on levels ÖÖ.support and resistance
OMG ! i haver never seen any videos like this before ..
watched so many videos on youtube but not seen single video like this based on price action Ö
Do you a youtube channel ?
And i wanted to know that do you have courses (Paid or Free) ?
Enjoyed the video on the Double Tops Justin. However, could you tell me why you did not enter the Pin bar buy signal at resistance. At that point it would have looked like a great buying opportunity in my eyes. Many ThanksÖ..Glynn.
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About Justin Bennett
Justin Bennett is a Forex trader, coach and founder of Daily Price Action, the world's most popular Forex price action blog. He began trading equities and ETFs in 2002 and later transitioned to Forex in 2007. His "aha" moment came in 2010 when he discovered the simple yet profitable technical patterns he teaches today. Justin has now taught more than 2,000 students from over 70 countries in the Daily Price Action course and community. He has also appeared in various printed material including an interview in Stocks & Commodities magazine.
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