If we use the US Dollar Index for Forex trading, we can try to determine which way the USD is going. And from there, can it give us a better idea of how to trade USD pairs? It would sure be nice to know this, huh?
Forex Q&A Podcast
In Forex, drawdown is something we always need to keep an eye on. But are we even looking at it the right way? I don’t think most people are.
People have concerns about Dealing Desk brokers and ECN brokers alike. Is there even a good reason for this? Choosing a broker a big choice, so let’s talk about it.
You have a great trading system you put together, but it clearly works better on certain currency pairs, while other pairs fall short. Should you make adjustments just on the bad ones so you can maximize efficiency? The answer is not that simple, and not set in stone.
Back Testing a Forex trading system is a must, but doing it right is where we come in. You’ve put it altogether. Now let’s see if she flies. And if so, how far?
We proudly use lagging indicators to trade here at No Nonsense Forex. Dumb people cannot understand why. So let’s explain it to them.
Currencies do correlate with each other — sometimes. Can we do anything with this information? People sure seem to think so.
Also known as the DOM indicator, the Depth Of Market indicator attempts to tell us where most of the trading action is taking place. But is it any good at its job? This is what we really want to know.
The higher your odds, the more you make. So explain to me why you wouldn’t want to up your odds as high as possible?
It’s time to settle debate once and for all. Trade Forex with Price Action or Indicators? Actually, should there even be a debate?