We proudly use lagging indicators to trade here at No Nonsense Forex. Dumb people cannot understand why. So let’s explain it to them.
Forex Q&A Podcast
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?
People get really excited when they see the Currency Strength Meter for the first time. I’ll go ahead and be the one to tell you. It’s time we had “the talk”.
You can trade small accounts of real money if you really want to. Just don’t expect it to change your life, at any point. The numbers don’t lie.
I’ve tested over 2000, but I’ve looked at well over 5000. Some don’t even pass the eye test, and knowing how to spot duds like this has saved me loads of time.
With all the available info for free online, many of you still want an old-fashioned book to read about Forex trading. I gotta respect that. But is there even anything worth reading out there?
We trade the daily chart here, because the advantages are tremendous. But could we do even better if we drilled down to smaller time frames sometimes?