Forex signals are typically offered by broker company’s, (in my case, that’s The Apiary Fund) professional traders, etc. There are quite a few advantages when it comes to using trading signals, and one of them right off the bat is you don’t need to worry about monitoring the market for entry and exit points. You will also get far better trading results in way less time.
Signals can be a very polarizing subject. On one side, you have the person who believes their strategy proves itself enough that no aid is needed or that a signal will not help you learn and is a waste of time. On the other hand, some traders believe that getting a trade entry and exit to place can help identify trends in the market at that point that they may not have seen or that a signal can be a great confirmation for a preexisting idea in the market. Either way, signals are a big thing in the trading world, but what are they?
If you watch Apiary Fund trading sessions, one thing you will see is that Shawn Lucas can trade a reversal really well. With reversals being one of the two primary profit makers for traders, alongside continuations, knowing how to spot reversals is pivotal in trading. There are so many ways either via patterns of multiple candles or just single-candle formations that let you know when a reversal is more or less likely. Here are a few of the most common reversal patterns and what they mean.
Apiary Signals is a trader development service that helps you identify, setup and manage long term trades in the currencies market. Its a simple service that helps you hone and develop your trading skills and improve your performance in the market. Here's how Apiary Fund Signals works: