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What Is a Range Bound Market?

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 23, 2019 6:00:00 AM / by Brigette Dumas posted in Apiary Fund, learn to trade, vocabulary, trading terms, momentum, range trading, range bound

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A range-bound market is a scenario where there's price blockage within the range on the price chart. Which means the general price action is situated between two specific levels, the high of the range, and the low of the range. You might hear some traders refer to range-bound market trading as “price consolidation,” “congestion phase,” or “flat market.” When the Forex pair is not going either up or down, it is considered to be in “consolidation phase,” or “horizontal phase.”

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The Best Momentum Indicators

[fa icon="calendar'] Nov 21, 2019 6:00:00 AM / by Brigette Dumas posted in shawn lucas, trading tools, indicators, vocabulary, trading terms, momentum

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Throughout the plethora technical indicators that are used by many traders, momentum indicators are still proving to stand strong as a classic trading strategy. So, let’s dive in and start with what momentum trading even means. When you're referring to momentum in Forex, it means the strength of price with bearish momentum being the strength of a downward move in price and bullish momentum being the strength of an upward move in price.

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Specific Trading Terms You Need to Know

[fa icon="calendar'] Oct 10, 2019 6:00:00 AM / by Brigette Dumas posted in Trading Strategy, shawn lucas, trading tips, vocabulary, trading terms

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Before you start trading, it’s important you become familiar and comfortable with some of the common lingo you will hear when you’re in the Forex industry. You want to not only understand what other traders in your community are referring to right off the bat, but you need to understand what your education and training is discussing without having to look things up.

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