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The beginner's guide to forex trading.
The beginner's guide to forex trading.

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The pound was in demand during the session while the euro retreated. Meanwhile, recovering iron ore prices gave the Aussie a bullish boost.

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Did you blow up a live trading account? Don't worry, it's more common than you think. What's more, you can bounce back from the situation. Here are four steps that could help.

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Woot woot! Robopip scored a couple of big wins for the SMA Crossover Pullback System, with another position locking in gains along the way. Check out these latest positions!

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HappyPip is seeing descending channels on the short-term and long-term charts of CAD/JPY, suggesting that bearish pressure is getting much stronger. Here's her strategy for catching the ongoing selloff.

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The Greenback made a pretty solid comeback on the heels of mostly stronger than expected economic reports, brushing off the setbacks in Washington over the past few days.

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Who's up for trading the Greenback today? I hope you are because I've spotted sweet forex trade opportunities on USD/CHF and GBP/USD!

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Woohoo! Lockin' in more pips on this baby! EUR/CAD keeps pushing higher on improving euro zone fundamentals and downside pressure on oil prices. Think it's a good idea to add to my long position?

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Have you ever gone through a rough patch in your forex trading and couldn’t seem to figure out what was going wrong? You might be encountering some of these common newbie problems.

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Not much on the docket for today's morning London session. As such, price action on most pairs was rather choppy. The yen was an exception, however, since falling bond yields gave the yen a bullish boost, despite signs of risk-taking in the European equities market.

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Looks like the odds weren't ever in the GOP's favor these days as the Trump administration failed to repeal Obamacare and replace it with their new healthcare bill. What does this mean for the U.S. economy and the dollar?
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