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Following up on the previous post, EURUSD finally performed and verified the breakout of 200SMA decisively.... [More]
A big debate has been initiated among EU countries about how they should use the planned European Recovery Fund to deal with the consequences of coronavirus.... [More]
In our previous blog posts, we talked about the value of position sizing in trading. We presented practical examples and provided various Traders’ graphs to explain the import... [More]
EURUSD is looking for the next catalyst event as it’s still consolidating within a wide price zone.... [More]
NAS100 is already positive for 2020 while the other two major indices, SP500 and Dow Jones, are still struggling.... [More]
Most probably, Traders have started profit-taking after the market’s recovery. Nasdaq has already recovered more than 80% from lows while SPX500 performed almost full recovery... [More]
The Cable is exploding to the upside after employment rate release and the selling pressure has been increased on the greenback.... [More]
Jobless Claims were just released and the trend remains heavily negative.... [More]
US Indices remain stable currently after ADP employment report in which reported that the private sector sheds 20.2 million jobs in April due to coronavirus outbreak.... [More]
Its time to review new Traders! The narrative remains as previously as it helps to understand the basic principles of position sizing.... [More]

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