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  • Forex Focus: Profiting From The Gartley by Todd Gordon

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:11 (14-18): Forex Focus: Profiting From The Gartley by Todd Gordon Access to foreign exchange trading has opened up exciting trading options for the retail trader. You can now trade alongside corporations and institutions in a highly liquid market that is global, traded around the clock, and highly leveraged. Before jumping into this market, however, we must understand the factors that affect the forex market. With that in mind, STOCKS & COMMODITIES has introduced Forex Focus to better prepare the retail trader to participate in the currency market. By identifying ...

  • Avoiding The Herd Mentality In Forex by Todd Gordon, CMT

    ARTICLE SYNOPSIS ...Stocks & Commodities V. 24:13 (58-60): Avoiding The Herd Mentality In Forex by Todd Gordon, CMT Careful analysis of the technicals along with a good dose of logic and common sense will help you become a more successful foreign exchange trader. There was some interesting price action in the last quarter of 2005 in USD/JPY, with foreign exchange traders anticipating a break of the important 115 level. They got it, but in a rather lackluster fashion. As it turned out, the real level to contend with was 116. Look at the candlestick lows, closes, and Fibonacci support levels from 2002 and 2003 th...

Forex Focus by Todd Gordon, CMT






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