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What is a Short Squeeze?

By Dominic Gilbert

A short squeeze is when the market reverses aggressively after a relentless sell-off. This can occur on many different timeframes,  and like most opinions in the markets can be subjective depending on the trader. One may view the 15min chart and note the short squeeze, however, another may view it as nothing more than noise on the 4hr chart. A short... Continue Reading


Most of you would have heard the cliche saying: "the trend is your friend". If not, well: the trend is your friend! There are a myriad of ways to trade the Forex market and as traders it's our prerogative to continuously assess how price is behaving in an attempt to exploit recurring patterns. In this article I want to divulge one... Continue Reading


The cycle of doom

By Andrew Lockwood

So you've been trading the Forex market for some time, but now you're sitting at the cross-roads thinking: 'I'm chasing my tail; why can't I make consistent profits?'. Reflecting back to when I first found Forex, trading then - to put it bluntly - was a hideous experience. It was an emotional roller-coaster. My enthusiasm and short-term successes ebbed and flowed... Continue Reading


When to give up on a strategy?

By Dominic Gilbert

How many times have spent hours researching, trading then failing before giving up on a strategy? Finding a strategy is one thing, but knowing when to give up on a strategy is something most of us never think about, let alone act on. So how do you know when enough is enough? Let's hear what the big dogs are saying...... Continue Reading


How Important Are Pips?

By Dominic Gilbert

WHAT ARE PIPS? First off, "PIP" stands for Point In Percentage. In all pairs involving the Japanese Yen (JPY), a PIP is the 1/100th place - 2 places to the right of the decimal. In all other currency pairs, a pip is the 1/10,000th place - 4 places to the right of the decimal. Let me give you a simple... Continue Reading


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