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  1. FXOpen Trader

    FXOpen Trader Senior Investor

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    About FXOpen

    FXOpen has been offering forex brokerage services since 2005. We are the first forex broker to offer our clients ECN trading via the MetaTrader 4 terminal. With FXOpen's unique proprietary price aggregating technology our clients can take advantage of the industry's most competitive spreads and low trading commissions.

    Since the very start FXOpen has been true and loyal to its goal, making forex trading more professional, easy-to-access, and secure.

    Take advantage of:

    ● Some of the most competitive spreads - from 0.0 pips
    ● Low commission from $1.50
    ● Ultra-fast execution through our wide range of liquidity providers
    ● 600+ markets offered: FX and CFDs on Stocks, Indices, Commodities, Cryptocurrencies*, and ETFs
    ● 4 trading platforms - MetaTrader4, MetaTrader5, TickTrader, and TradingView
    ● Trading accounts to suit every level of experience
    ● Your choice of trading strategy
    ● Latest economic news and professional market analyses

    *At FXOpen UK and FXOpen AU, Cryptocurrency CFDs are only available for trading by those clients categorised as Professional clients under FCA Rules and Professional clients under ASIC Rules, respectively. They are not available for trading by Retail clients.

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    Disclaimer: This publication represents the News of the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand only (excluding FXOpen EU). It is not to be construed as an offer, solicitation, or recommendation with respect to products and services provided by the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand, nor is it to be considered financial advice.

    RISK WARNING: Trading on the Forex market involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of funds and other losses and is not suitable for all members. Clients should make an independent judgement as to whether trading is appropriate for them in the light of their financial condition, investment experience, risk tolerance and other factors.

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  2. radex78

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    What is meant by Short Squeeze?
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    A short squeeze occurs when a swift increase in an asset's price leads to significant losses for those who have traded against that asset by short selling. While short-selling stocks involves borrowing shares to sell them, aiming to buy them back at a lower price, it's important to note that in the context of CFDs (Contracts for Difference), traders are engaging in agreements to exchange the difference in the price of an asset from when the position is opened to when it is closed, without the need to physically borrow or deliver the actual securities.

    If the price rises instead of falling, short sellers are compelled to buy back the shares at a higher price to close their positions and prevent further losses. This rush to buy back shares adds further upward pressure on the asset's price.

    Short Squeeze is usually characterized by a sudden increase in buying pressure for an asset which is triggered by many stop losses and short sellers buying back simultaneously which increases buying volume which then makes the price rise very quickly.

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    But is it possible for traders to make a profit in these conditions? To learn how to trade a Short Squeeze you can learn in the FXOpen blog article with the title "Is It Possible to Trade a Short Squeeze?"

    Disclaimer: This article represents the opinion of the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand only (excluding FXOpen EU). It is not to be construed as an offer, solicitation, or recommendation with respect to products and services provided by the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand, nor is it to be considered financial advice.

    RISK WARNING: Trading on the Forex market involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of funds and other losses and is not suitable for all members. Clients should make an independent judgement as to whether trading is appropriate for them in the light of their financial condition, investment experience, risk tolerance and other factors
     
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  3. radex78

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    Invest in your Dreams. Grind Now. Shine Later.

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    What Are the Most Popular Trading Exit Strategies?

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    Learn Forex Trading with FXOpen Forum

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    Disclaimer: This article represents the opinion of the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand only (excluding FXOpen EU). It is not to be construed as an offer, solicitation, or recommendation with respect to products and services provided by the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand, nor is it to be considered financial advice.

    RISK WARNING: Trading on the Forex market involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of funds and other losses and is not suitable for all members. Clients should make an independent judgement as to whether trading is appropriate for them in the light of their financial condition, investment experience, risk tolerance and other factors.
     
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    There's No Elevator To Success

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    Advanced Charting Techniques for Forex Trading

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    Disclaimer: This article represents the opinion of the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand only (excluding FXOpen EU). It is not to be construed as an offer, solicitation, or recommendation with respect to products and services provided by the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand, nor is it to be considered financial advice.

    RISK WARNING: Trading on the Forex market involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of funds and other losses and is not suitable for all members. Clients should make an independent judgement as to whether trading is appropriate for them in the light of their financial condition, investment experience, risk tolerance and other factors.
     
  5. radex78

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    Hong Kong Stocks Become Top Risers After Wild Ride Subsides
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    Hong Kong enjoyed a sterling reputation for an entire century as a highly polished, utterly stable mantlepiece upon which global corporations could comfortably sit and where an international talent base could reside in fabulous surroundings and approach European, American, African and Asian markets with aplomb.

    Its financial markets economy has been recognized as one of the most developed in the world to the extent that despite its tiny size, it has its own reserve currency, which is a bastion of fiscal might on the world stage.

    These days, however, things are somewhat different as the independent nature of Hong Kong is now a fading memory, and its return to governance under the auspices of mainland China is now widely accepted.

    Having conceded its position as the world's meeting place to other global cities such as Singapore and Dubai, Hong Kong has gone through a sea change over recent years, which is reflected in its stock market performance.

    At the beginning of 2024, it had become clear that several decades of wealth generation among Hong Kong-based businesses had been eroded since the realm of power was handed back to China, with the stock market being valued at a lower point than when Hong Kong's British era ended in 1997 at the expiry of the lease at which point Hong Kong became a Special Administrative Region of China.

    That is quite some depreciation. Since the beginning of this year, however, swathes of volatility have been clearly apparent in Hong Kong's Hang Seng 50 Index.

    Going back over the years, performance has been incredibly volatile, to say the least. Back in 2022, the variations were simply incredible. On January 6 that year, the Hang Seng 50 index was at 21869.8 points according to FXOpen pricing. However, this plunged dramatically to 14,849 just four days later on January 10.

    A similar situation took place at the beginning of last year; however, by January 2024, stock prices in Hong Kong were not only at a very low point but also stagnant.

    TO VIEW THE FULL ANALYSIS, VISIT FXOPEN BLOG

    Disclaimer: This article represents the opinion of the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand only (excluding FXOpen EU). It is not to be construed as an offer, solicitation, or recommendation with respect to products and services provided by the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand, nor is it to be considered financial advice.

    RISK WARNING: Trading on the Forex market involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of funds and other losses and is not suitable for all members. Clients should make an independent judgement as to whether trading is appropriate for them in the light of their financial condition, investment experience, risk tolerance and other factors
     
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    It Is During Our Darkest Moments That We Must Focus To See The Light

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    How Do Dovish and Hawkish Monetary Policies Affect Markets?

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    Disclaimer: This article represents the opinion of the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand only (excluding FXOpen EU). It is not to be construed as an offer, solicitation, or recommendation with respect to products and services provided by the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand, nor is it to be considered financial advice.

    RISK WARNING: Trading on the Forex market involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of funds and other losses and is not suitable for all members. Clients should make an independent judgement as to whether trading is appropriate for them in the light of their financial condition, investment experience, risk tolerance and other factors
     
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    Success Is Not For The Lazy

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    Renko Trading Strategies: How To Trade With Renko Charts

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    RISK WARNING: Trading on the Forex market involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of funds and other losses and is not suitable for all members. Clients should make an independent judgement as to whether trading is appropriate for them in the light of their financial condition, investment experience, risk tolerance and other factors
     
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    What Is a Change of Character (CHoCH) and How Can You Trade It?
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    Navigating the nuances of Smart Money Concept (SMC) trading requires a keen understanding of market signals like the Change of Character (CHoCH). This concept can help traders detect and react to potential trend reversals. Today, we’ll delve into the mechanics of CHoCHs, explaining how they manifest in different market conditions and how they can be strategically leveraged for trading decisions.

    Understanding Breaks of Structure

    Understanding Breaks of Structure (BOS) is essential for traders before delving into concepts like Change of Character (CHoCH). A BOS in trading signifies a continuation within the current trend and is marked by a clear deviation from established swing points that indicate previous highs and lows.

    In the context of an uptrend, a BOS is identified when the price exceeds a previous high without moving below the most recent higher low. This action confirms that the upward momentum is still strong and likely to continue as buyers push the market to new heights.

    Similarly, in a downtrend, a BOS occurs when prices drop below a previous low without breaking the prior lower high, suggesting that sellers remain in control and the downward trend is set to persist.

    By recognising these points where the market extends beyond its former bounds, traders can confirm that the current trend is robust and act accordingly. This foundational concept of BOS not only helps in assessing trend strength but also sets the stage for understanding more complex patterns like CHoCH, where the focus shifts from trend continuation to potential trend reversals.

    TO VIEW THE FULL ANALYSIS, VISIT FXOPEN BLOG

    Disclaimer: This article represents the opinion of the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand only (excluding FXOpen EU). It is not to be construed as an offer, solicitation, or recommendation with respect to products and services provided by the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand, nor is it to be considered financial advice.

    RISK WARNING: Trading on the Forex market involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of funds and other losses and is not suitable for all members. Clients should make an independent judgement as to whether trading is appropriate for them in the light of their financial condition, investment experience, risk tolerance and other factors
     
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    It's Hard Work Not Luck

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    Quantitative Trading Models in Forex: A Deep Dive

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    Disclaimer: This article represents the opinion of the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand only (excluding FXOpen EU). It is not to be construed as an offer, solicitation, or recommendation with respect to products and services provided by the Companies operating under the FXOpen brand, nor is it to be considered financial advice.

    RISK WARNING: Trading on the Forex market involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of funds and other losses and is not suitable for all members. Clients should make an independent judgement as to whether trading is appropriate for them in the light of their financial condition, investment experience, risk tolerance and other factors
     
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    What Is a Darvas Box Theory and How Does It Work in Trading?
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    The Darvas Box Theory, pioneered by Nicolas Darvas in the 1950s, has transcended its stock market origins to become a valuable tool for forex traders. This method leverages specific price movements and patterns, known as the Darvas Box, to track market trends and make strategic trading decisions. In this article, we’ll break down Darvas’s theory, its rules, and how to apply it to the forex market.

    Background of Darvas Box Theory
    The Darvas Box Theory originated from the practices of Nicolas Darvas, a dancer turned investor, in the late 1950s. While touring, Darvas sought a method to grow his investment portfolio, leading to the development of his unique strategy. This approach, later known as the Darvas Box Theory, was primarily designed for the stock market but has since been adapted for various asset types, including forex.

    The strategy’s effectiveness hinges on the identification of specific price movements and patterns—collectively referred to as the Darvas Box pattern. Nicolas Darvas’s strategy was meticulously detailed in his 1960 book, How I Made $2,000,000 in the Stock Market.

    TO VIEW THE FULL ARTICLE, VISIT FXOPEN BLOG

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    RISK WARNING: Trading on the Forex market involves substantial risks, including complete possible loss of funds and other losses and is not suitable for all members. Clients should make an independent judgement as to whether trading is appropriate for them in the light of their financial condition, investment experience, risk tolerance and other factors
     
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