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Lower time frame trading is often considered to be a task for professional traders. Without having enough experience you can't expect to make a profit by trading the lower time frame data. Those who a...
First, a review of last week's events: - EUR/USD. As expected by most experts, supported by graphical analysis, the dollar went up last week, while the EUR/USD pair went down along with the euro. True...
First, a review of last week's events: - EUR/USD. The pair is consolidating in the zone of a strong support/resistance level around 1.1200. In general, the zone 1.1150-1.1215 is quite significant for ...
  First, a review of last week's events: - USD. Two events took place last week, more precisely on Thursday 01 and Friday 02 August, that could shake the markets. But they did not shake them. On ...
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