Market Roundup - 19th April 2011

The US Dollar has broken the critical support line, which means that the Federal Reserve may be well be on its way to succeeding in its ultimate objective to grind the Greenback into the ground. What ramifications does this have for global commodity prices and the outlook for inflation?

This evening, we examine these questions and look at ways that we as traders and investors can protect and grow our portfolios in these 'exciting' times. We are now in uncharted territory; could this actually be a once-in-a-lifetime trading opportunity?

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The Fast Track To Forex Profits

The statistics for Forex trading reveal that 85% of FX traders lose money. But if the 15% are profitable, then they must be doing something right. Hitendra Patel of fxTribe demonstrates his trading techniques which work simply because he follows the concept of the 3Ms, which is ignored by most (losing) traders.
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Diary Of A Beginner Trader

Are you a new trader who is not quite sure how to embark upon your journey? This evening, Carlette Roberts of the Traders & Investors Club shares with us the ups and downs on her trading adventures so far.
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Technicals for 1,000 plus pip moves

 I had a conversation this week with a colleague (thank you Shyam!) about Technical Analysis versus fundamentals. We debated whether Technical Analysis is more appropriate for short-term trades whereas fundamentals trump the longer term view.

 

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