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3 Basic Forex Trading Techniques That Must Be Learned

3 Basic Forex Trading Techniques That Must Be Learned


Many forex traders are looking for effective strategies that can deliver them to financial freedom instantly. In fact, learning forex from stage to stage is something that absolutely must be done. Even experienced traders still have to continue learning so that they can always adjust to the changing market conditions. The strategy that runs smoothly today can suddenly result in massive loss next week, so adjustments are always needed.



However, there are three basic forex trading techniques that are almost always constant. These three basic forex trading techniques need to be remembered by every trader.



1. "Trade with the Trend"

For forex traders, the trend is the most familiar friend that if we try to fight it might be dangerous. Indeed there are forex trading techniques "against the trend", but generally in trading, it is easier to harvest profits if "trade with the trend".

Roughly speaking, this means, if there is an uptrend, the trader should only open a "buy" position. Conversely, when the downtrend (downtrend), you should only open short positions.

However, if you are more careful then you need to also know how to trade amid three trends in forex: bullish (when the price of a pair rises), bearish (when the price of a pair drops), and sideways / ranging (when prices move up and down in the range narrow). Every trader needs to know what is a "trend" and how to detect the start and end of a trend. This understanding is very important because it deals with how we will trade a currency pair later.



2. "Buy at Support"

Literally, this means that a trader is recommended to open a "buy" position on a pair when the price is at the lowest level (support level). With expectations after reaching the lowest level then prices will turn up, so here traders must learn the support-resistance theory well.

One of the most recommended forex trading techniques is to buy when the bullish price is being corrected. As can be seen in the picture below, even when the bullish trend is not smooth the price continues. Several times, the chart is "corrected", retreating before then rising again. Well, those moments are often considered the best for "buy" a forex pair.

How to know if the price will go up again or keep turning down? For this, it is necessary to learn and practice various techniques to recognize support-resistance.



3. "Sell at Resistance"

Contrary to point two, the "sell" position should be opened when the price is at the top (resistance level), where the price will turn from rising to falling. Here too, is a good step to "sell" when the bearish trend is being corrected.

For example, the GBP / USD forex pair is dropping. For a moment, prices will continue to decline, but later there will be a moment when prices will turn up. This kind of "correction" is sought after by traders, because if the situation is right then the price is not going to rise continuously, but again continues the initial trend, which is bearish.

Many forex trading techniques sound easy when read, but are difficult to implement. One tip given by almost all master trades is that all trading techniques should be tested first on a demo account. On a demo account, before embedding old-age savings for forex trading, we can practice with virtual money. Often also, to apply these 3 simple forex trading techniques also requires learning technical analysis as the main support.



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