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Old 28-08-2009, 10:22
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Default Forex for Dummies.

Forex.com have issued a nice little Dummies booklet for learning the basic ins and outs of Fx.
You can find it here.

https://secure.efxnow.com/forex2/eng/ct-dummies.pdf

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Can you confirm whether EURJPY and GBPJPY will continue on bullish trend till next week?

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The forex newbies should keep things very simple. There are a lot of very complex forex strategies and systems out there. The assumption is that the more complicated a system is, the better because a fewer amount of people use it. That is not necessarily true. If you use a strategy that many people use, then you are following the crowd, and you can make that work for you.

Once you have found a forex strategy or system that you clearly understand how it works and that is ultra simple, then you should test and practice using it. By testing I don't mean see if it is a viable strategy. If it is a basic technical analysis trading technique like support and resistance or trading based on a moving averages, these are widely accepted strategies that many traders successfully use.
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Can you confirm whether EURJPY and GBPJPY will continue on bullish trend till next week?
The Dollar gained versus the Yen and moved upwards from the 85 low to the 86 zones according to the main trend of dollar\'s strength across the board and in expectation for the Interest Rate Decision in Japan. Holding above the support level of 85.30 turns the momentum to positive for the pair. Overall, USD/JPY traded with a low of 85.24 and with a high of 86.04. Today, the Interest Rate Decision is expected unchanged at 0.1%.
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Forex.com have issued a nice little Dummies booklet for learning the basic ins and outs of Fx.
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It really looks like a nice site to me. And I strongly feel that it will be of great help to forex newbies. It also has vast details that could be of help to many of us.
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Choose a good Forex trading system and keep it simple: Even the best Forex trader works with a reputable and reliable trading system that is able to provide almost instant and accurate currency price information and facilitate the trading process. To meet this end, it is advisable to invest in one of the many Forex trading systems available on the market. All successful Forex traders use some type of resource to help them pick out profitable trades. In addition to this, experts in the industry have illustrated that things ought to be kept simple by limiting the number of indicators used. In the beginning, you should keep things simple by focusing on (and trading) just 2-3 different currencies. Once you are able to use the Forex trading software to master having consistent trades with these couple of currencies, then you can expand out to other foreign currencies.
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It really looks like a nice site to me. And I strongly feel that it will be of great help to forex newbies. It also has vast details that could be of help to many of us.
oh yes. forex.com is really a good site. it was built for a long time, and they provide many good forex trading information also.
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Forex is a term that refers to foreign exchange, which is the market of trading one country’s currency for another. When you’re in another country, trading your country’s currency for the currency of the country you are visiting is what the forex market is all about. In order to trade your U.S. dollars for another, for example, the Japanese yen, the foreign exchange rate between the two countries must be established.
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Default Re: Forex for Dummies.

Yes this was nice link and would be specially useful for forex traders which newbies. When I was at initial stage I also took help of demo sites and it was very helpful for me.
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