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The Hanging Man Forex

The Hanging Man Forex – The Forex Scalper:
The Hanging Man Forex is a Bearish candlestick pattern at the end of an uptrend. Mostly appears whenever there is a significant sell-off close to the markets high. However, buyers are capable to lift the pairs price up again so it closes nearby the opening level. Mostly a sell-off as seen as a loss of territory for the Bulls. It shows weakness.
As I said before, the Hanging man Forex is Bearish when occurs after an important uptrend. I hear you thinking. This patterns can easily occur after a downtrend as well right? The answer is yes indeed. However, when that happens it’s called a Hammer. Recognized by small red bodies (the small margin between open and close prices) and long lower shadows (the lowest is significantly lower as the open high and close).

The Hanging man has no or almost no upper shadow and a lower shadow at least twice as long as the body of the candle. The lower half of the shadow of the candle will give is the pressure of sel…

How Patience and Discipline Can Effect Forex Trading?

The goal of discipline and patience is emotions and sticking to a defined trade strategy even when the trading conditions or the scenario are unfavorable. Being a more patient and disciplined trader can lead you to success from preparation to implementation. This means that emotions can be better controlled, objective and efficiency managed to achieve the desired result for the day. It also sets successful strategies from unreliable systems in the trial and error stages of trade. When you know what to be expected from your system, be patient to wait until the price reaches the levels indicated by your system, for entry and exit. If your system shows an entry at some level butthe forex market doesn’t ever reach it, go on to the next chance. It’s always going to be another trade. Discipline, on the other hand, means that you can be patient–sitting on your hand until your system unleashes an action. Discipline also means your system has the capacity to pull the trigger. To understand wh…

Demo vs Real Trading Account

When most new traders cross over from the demo account to live, they usually believe they can easily replicate their trading results on a real account. Because of that, some of the traders are left very disappointed when they learn that this isn’t always the case. Beginner Forex traders are sometimes encouraged to start a demo account before risking real money. Thus you can test your newly acquired skills. But, if you’ve spent some time with a demo account, how can you tell if you’re ready to open live account? As a common way fora forex trader to use their transaction execution services and fund deposit as a margin for trading, most online forex brokers give potential clients a free forex practice account. Generally known as the forex demo account, these accounts allow a trader to demonstrate what he feels like in the forex market to tradeforex currency exchange pairs without risking any real money. Even if you wanted to accept your demo account as a real forex account, it is true t…