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Automated Trading Explained

Automated trading is a mainstay of the retail forex trading sector. It’s sometimes referred to as algorithmic trading. Near enough every broker offers at least one of the mainstream trading platforms available on the market. The most common…

How Forex Brokers Make Money

There is nothing wrong with forex brokers making money. And there is nothing wrong with how they do it, as long as they are not scamming you. It’s just hard to grasp what they do and how to value it. It goes without saying, just like every…

MACD Crossover Explained

MACD is an acronym of the much longer phrase "Moving Average Convergence Divergence". Some traders may pronounce this as Mack-Dee, instead of saying each letter individually Em-Ay-See-Dee. MACD is a popular indicator used when trading…

Ultimate Oscillator Explained

The Ultimate Oscillator has been designed to estimate momentum across three-time frames. Most Oscillators look at a single timeframe, which is what makes this one “ultimate”.One of the downsides of many oscillators is that they form a…

Dynamic Leverage Explained

Dynamic Leverage is the concept of dynamically reducing the amount of Leverage your broker gives to you. In cTrader, you are able to see if your broker is using dynamic leverage tiers. You can find the Dynamic Leverage settings in the in…

Moving Averages Explained

Moving Averages, commonly abbreviated to MA are a family of indicators which are essential to help determine the existence and strength of a trend. Moving Averages are based on previous prices which means the indicator lags and therefore…