Africa number1

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Sandile Shezi (CEO) is a serial entrepreneur and one of the most successful young black entrepreneurs in South Africa. He has been on CNBC Africa and numerous radio shows.

TESTIMONIALS

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Online broker comparison chart

Online broker comparison chartOnline Broker Comparison Chart

Below you will find my in-depth online broker comparison chart. I know that with all of the brokers out there, it can be hard to find which one will fit your needs best. That is why I created this chart. I included everything I thought most people look for when deciding a place to invest their money. I have done personal reviews of many of these sites, and you can click on the Read My Review button within the online broker comparison chart to be taken to my experience with the broker in question. Below the table is a chart with current sign up promotions.

A few notes about the online broker comparison chart:

Thread volatility chart(range bars)

Thread volatility chart(range bars)Thread: Volatility Chart (Range bars)

Join Date Jan 2012 Posts 2

Volatility Chart (Range bars)

I came across a training course that based its teaching on range bars (also known as momentum bars) which is traded as a volatility chart (rather than time chart). This chart uses tick measurement instead of time measurement present its rate of change. E. g a bar is 20 tick long. Another bar will start if movement enters 21 tick length.

I have tried to see how to download this volatility chart for marketscope 2.0 but no success yet. Is there anybody that can be of help on how i can get this range bars (also known as momentum bars) for use on marketscope 2.0 or any other FXCM chart type. This will be appreciated.

Thread123strategy using renko chart

Thread123strategy using renko chartThread: 123 strategy using renko chart

123 strategy using renko chart

I just found this strategy from internet a few days ago and i want to test it. In this thread i will show you how this strategy works.

I'm using renko chart, if you dont know about renko chart and how to instal it, then you must googling to know about it.

Point 3. This is retest, but not go beyond point 1

Place order buy in the breakout of the number 2 point on the pattern, or we can buy a few pips before breakout.

This is my first order on EUR/USD

I already got more than 20 pips, then i moved my stop loss on SL+1 pip

Ohlc chart

Ohlc chartOHLC chart

OHLC chart is one of the most used ways of displaying price movements of financial instruments. OHLC means one of the shown events: O open, H high, L low, C close.

The vertical line represents a unit of time (eg. day), two small lines on the left and right represent the first and the last rate, which were achieved per unit of time (eg. day). The positive trend within trading day on the OHLC chart is shown so that the closing rate is above the starting rate.

Eurusd chart

Eurusd chartEURUSD Chart | Live Streaming Euro to U. S. Dollar Chart

The EUR USD is the most important currency pair in the forex market. A Euro currency chart can be compared to a temperature measure; since it is seen by many as a possible alternative to the US currency as a store of value, and a medium of transactions at the international level, it usually responds strongly to market perceptions about the health and stability of the world economy.

An EURUSD chart must be examined carefully in each day to gauge the overall mood of the market. Although other currencies have their own dynamics and can sometimes establish trends that are, to some extent, independent of the general risk perception of the market, this is not very common, and traders can benefit from keeping the EURUSD exchange rate trade in mind while making any forex decision.

Trading the4hour chart time frame with the daily chart trend

Trading the4hour chart time frame with the daily chart trendTrading the 4 hour chart time frame with the daily chart trend

August 13, 2014 in School

Trading the 4 hour chart time frame with the daily chart trend

The best way for beginner’s to learn how to trade the 4 hour chart, or any lower time frame, is to look at the next time frame above it, and trade it along with that time frame. We are basically looking for two things on the daily chart: The trend (if there is one) and the key levels.

After identifying the daily chart trend and drawing in the key daily chart support / resistance levels. We will check out the 4hr chart and look for any obvious price action setups. We are looking for an obvious price action setup that is signaling a potential move in the direction of the daily chart trend and(or) that has formed from a key daily chart support or resistance level.

Below, we see an example of trading the 4 hour GBPUSD chart with the daily GBPUSD chart trend. Note that we had a clear downtrend commence on the GBPUSD daily chart starting around September 1 st of 2011. At that point we would ONLY be focused on price action sell signals on the 4 hour chart time frame. As we can see, there were at least 3 very solid pin bar setups that formed on the 4 hour chart in the context of this daily chart down trend before it reversed:

Daily Chart :

4 hours chart :

Note that when taking a 4 hour setup in the context of a daily chart trend like this, you can typically get a very very good risk to reward ratio. You have the higher time frame daily chart trend on your side, and then you get the advantage of employing a tighter stop loss by looking for a signal on the 4 hour chart. Once you get this process down you can find some very lucrative trade setups. However, don’t think that this will continue as you move down in time frame, because once you get below the 1 hour the charts get very hard to trade and have many false-signals, so the tighter stop potential is more than offset by the false-signals generated by the market noise of time frames under the 1 hour. This inter-play between the 4 hour and daily is something I highly recommend all of you try to get down. Use the daily chart as your guide, and when you see a strong trend setting up on it, drill down to the 4hr and look for obvious and well-defined PA setups in the direction of the daily chart trend.

Usd rub live chart&data

Usd rub live chart&dataUSD RUB Live Chart | USD RUB Price Dynamics

About this chart

The Live Price Charts provide complete data on hundreds of different instruments, including currencies, indices, stocks, commodities and PCI. In the menu above the chart you can choose the instrument category and the instrument itself for its graphical display. You can choose the access to different chart timeframes (from 1 minute to a week). By moving the start and end of the timeframe in the bottom panel you can see both the current and the historical price movements of the instrument. In addition, you have an opportunity to choose the type of the display of price chart – Candles or Lines chart – through the buttons in the upper left corner of the chart.

About Currency Pair USDRUB

USDRUB | Exotic Currency Pair

The US dollar (USD, “Greenback”) is the most widely traded currency in the world. The issuer is the Federal Reserve System(the Fed).

The Russian Ruble (RUB) – national currency of the Russian Federation, issued by the Bank of Russia.

How chart time frames affect forex analysis

How chart time frames affect forex analysisHow Chart Time Frames Affect Forex Analysis

Talking Points:

-More than one way to analyze and trade FX

-Chart time frame can impact the resulting trades

-Explore different styles in a demo account

One of the aspects of FX trading I love the most is how there are many different ways to trade the market. The market is large and liquid and there is not just one way to trade it.

Due to the plethora of different methods and strategies available to trade FX, there is likely a method and strategy that likely fits your personality.

Today, were going to explore the time frame to use on a chart when technically analyzing the market.

There are several chart time frames available and you can even create your own using FXCMs Marketscope charts.

For example, when you create a chart, youll see choices from “T” (which is a tic chart) to “M1” (which is a 1 month chart).

The time frame of chart simply means how much data is included within each bar of the chart.

For example, “m1” chart represents a 1 minute chart. This implies that each bar or point on the chart will represent 1 minute of price activity. (Notice in this example a “M1” is monthly while lower case “m1” is 1 minute.)

There are different ways to represent the data on the chart. For example, you can plot a line chart, bar chart, or the more popular candlestick charts.

You can even plot data in a non-time specific format like what a range bar, renko, or point and figure chart would provide. Those types of charts are beyond the scope of this piece, so we will stick with the time based charts.

Most charting packages offer the ability to customize the time frame of your chart as well. Whether you decide to use a custom time frame or an already populated time frame is up to you.

Here is a guide to help you determine what time frame of chart might be appropriate for you. If you are not sure, try out different styles in a free practice account.

Chart patterns

Chart patternsChart Patterns

Chart Patterns Technical Analysis

Chart Patterns are graphical representations of historical stock prices which help to determine current supply and demand forces in a stock. Chart pattern analysis allows a trader to determine with more accuracy just what the current supply and demand is in a stock. Chart patterns are graphical representations of historical stock prices which form repeating patterns or shapes, and are commonly used in the stock market.

Trading with technical analysis requires correctly identifying chart patterns. Technical analysis is the study of price history to determine future trading opportunities. Price history in the form of a price chart is the visual representation of where prices have been, where buyers and sellers lurk, and often times the trading psychology at work in the market. If human emotion drives buying and selling behavior, then chart patterns can help to determine where such emotions may next surface. Chart patterns are the depiction of trading psychology in motion.

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This page is a starting point for those who are looking to improve their chart pattern recognition and learn more about chart patterns. Short term traders often study chart patterns to gauge supply and demand forces in the stock market. Such forces are the basis for price fluctuations, which enables a trader to profit.

Chart patterns are useful gauges of momentum, support and resistance, and other indications of strength or weakness in a stock. Chart patterns help traders to determine market direction as well as time entries and exits. A trader must be able to identify chart patterns properly. Only then can a trader benefit from chart patterns.

Our Basic Stock Trading Course covers patterns in detail, as well as much more.

We also have an extensive trading glossary of other terms which can help you!

Chart Patterns Continuation Patterns

Continuation patterns are chart patterns which set up the stock for a follow through move in the direction of the prior trend. Continuation chart patterns include all of the patterns listed below.

Chart Patterns Reversal Patterns

Forex swing trading strategy#7(200ema trading strategy)

Forex swing trading strategy#7(200ema trading strategy)Forex Swing Trading Strategy #7:(200 EMA Trading Strategy)

Posted by Mangi Madang 1170 days ago

The 200 EMA Trading Strategy is a very simple and really easy to follow forex trading strategy that you will find really appealing and has the potential to bring your hundreds of pips a month.

With the 200 EMA Trading Strategy you are trading with the trend and effectively buying low and selling high.

You see, one of the biggest issues facing new forex traders is how to identify the main trend - whether the market is going up or going down?

Well, the 200 EMA is one forex indicator which can help you.

Why 200 EMA? Why not use other EMA’s like 100 EMA, or 50 EMA or 20 EMA or 10 EMA?

Because 200 EMA is one very popular forex indicator used by lots of traders and that’s why we use 200ema.

Here’s what you need to know about the 200 ema:

when price is below the 200 ema, that’s a downtrend

when price is above the 200 ema, that’s an uptrend.

THE 200EMA TRADING STRATEGY AND HOW IT WORKS

The 200ema strategy is a multi-timeframe forex strategy which means you need the daily chart, the 4hr chart and the 1hr chart.

Here are the steps to trading this forex strategy

first, place 200ema on your daily chart. See if its and uptrend or a downtrend. The daily chart determines the main trend.

next you swithc to the 4hr chart and see where the 200ema is relative to the price, is it in the same trend as the daily chart.

if so, next is you switch to the 1hr chart and check if the 1hr chart is in the same trend as the daily and the 4hr charts.

It is in the 1hr chart where your trade entries are executed when the trend in the 1hr chart is the same as the 4hr and the daily charts.

what we want to do here is to “buy the dips” and “sell the rallies” in the 1hr timeframe.

HERE’S HOW TO DO IT:

Stock chart patterns-trading strategies,analysis,tips

Stock chart patterns-trading strategies,analysis,tipsStock chart patterns trading strategies, analysis, tips

Analysis of stock chart patterns is important task for every technically based stock trader or investor.

They should be part of technical stock trading strategies for all time frames. Daytraders. swing traders and also mid-term position traders find them useful. It is recommended to have them incorporated into chart analysis and trading system.

It is possible to build your trading strategies on chart patterns only. Anyway it is important to know their pros and cons.

I publish technical charts of stocks, etfs or currencies in my free etf stock newsletter. Subscribe to this complimentary stock trading newsletter and learn more about my personal approach how to trade classic chart patterns.

Continuation chart patterns

This type is often found in some trend moves during a consolidation period. The price rests after a strong trend move. They are very good for trend based stock trading strategies.

Adding amultichartsnet trading strategy to the chart with the command line

Adding amultichartsnet trading strategy to the chart with the command lineAdding a MultiCharts trading strategy to the chart with the Command Line

The MultiCharts Command Line can be used for a range of things, such as adding data series or indicators to the chart. But how can it be used to add trading strategies?

Using the Command Line to add trading signals to the chart

Adding a trading strategy to the chart is done with the Command Lines. isig command (MultiCharts Wiki, 2014). Like the other Command Line commands. isig can be executed programmatically with the ChartCommandsmandLine() method ( PowerLanguage Help . n. d.).

This statement adds the MACD_LE trading strategy to the chart with this signals default inputs.

Parameters for adding trading strategies programmatically in MultiCharts

The. isig command has the following parameters (MultiCharts Wiki, 2014):

Metatrader4online forex charts

Metatrader4online forex chartsMetatrader 4: Online Forex Charts

In MetaTrader 4 you can see as many real time charts as you wish, all on one screen, for any currency pair or CFD and for any time period. The following types of charts are available in MetaTrader 4:

Line Chart . Chart x-axis is for the different time periods (minutes, hours, days, months etc.), and y-axis is for the price. The point on the chart shows the close price for the period, i. e. the bid of the last quote for this period. All the sequential points are joined by lines (Pic. 18):

It is recommended that this chart type is used only for the short time periods (up to 5 minutes). In order to change the chart to a line chart, press the 5B1%5D. jpg" /% button on the «Charts» toolbar (Pic. 19):

Usd inr4hourly chart analysis

Usd inr4hourly chart analysisUSD INR 4 Hourly Chart Analysis

CMP. Rs48.9/Dollar

USDINR EOD chart is shown with 13-13 period Wilders Moving average. There is buy signal on the chart since 8th August as the candle closes above the upper channel Rs44.76 of the 13-13 Wilders moving average channel since then there is a strong uptrend(Weaker Currency) and had gained more than 10%. Now the current supports are near Rs48.6. Closing below 48.6 could offer shorting opportunity in USDINR

Rajandran is a trading strategy designer and founder of Marketcalls, a hugely popular trading site since 2007 and one of the most intelligent blog in the world to share knowledge on Technical Analysis, Trading systems Trading strategies.

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