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Our Webinars are designed to improve your Forex Trading skills that will help you to boost your confidence that you need to trade in the Financial Markets. If you are a beginner or an experienced trader our experienced educators will teach you reliable Forex strategies and concepts to get more profits.
Every Live Webinar is followed by a Q&A session that will allow you to raise your question regarding the session. You can clear your all doubts with XtreamForex Educator. We feel proud to present a series of free live Webinars.
We are committed to being with you in every step of your Forex Trading career and provide you a variety of educational resources that will strengthen your basic understanding of Forex Trading strategies
- Interact With Q&A Sessions.
- Receive insights into Superior risk management practices.
- Discover Complex Trading Strategies.
- Learn the Fundamentals of Forex Trading.
- Improve your Trading Skills and Knowledge.
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Beginner Educational Webinars
All Forex traders must understand some basic concepts and some simple numbers that allows them to trade. In these simple introductory webinars we outline a few of those basics including Account Balance, Equity, Leverage, Margin, PIP Value and Lot Size. Understanding these few ideas and rules will help all traders in their trading career.
Intermediate Educational Webinars
In intermediate section, you will find out what trading styles and strategies are there and learn how to create your own plan. You will also learn about sophisticated tools and techniques of market analysis, for example, Japanese candlesticks and Fibonacci retracement etc.
Experienced Educational Webinars
Risk Management in Forex trading is one of the most reliable key elements. Effective risk management will allow you to minimize the losses that will occur on the market fluctuations. It will allow the trader to undertake individual actions to protect from losses on the downside trade. To manage the Risk you will need to place the correct position size and orders to stop losses in the trade while entering and closing to the market position.
What is Swing Trading
Swing Trading is a strategy that focuses on taking smaller gains in short term trends and cutting losses quicker. Swing Trading is the Trading style that focuses on profiting off of changing trends in price action over relatively short timeframes. Swing trading refers to the practice of trying to profit from market swings of a minimum of one day and as long as several weeks.
Basic Of Forex
In This live Webinar, Our Finacial Head Ariana Dellis will educate you about the basics of the Forex Market from scratch. Decipher the most unfathomable financial market of the World, Enhance your knowledge with this informative webinar that includes: 1. What is forex? 2. Buying and Selling Currency Pairs. 3. Ask and Bid Price. 4. How to Trade. 5. Market Sessions. 6. Best Time to Trade in Forex.
Types of Orders in Forex Trading
The basic forex order types (market, limit entry, stop entry, stop loss, and trailing stop) are usually all that most traders ever need. A market order is the most basic order type and is executed at the best available price at the time the order is received. Limit. A limit order (also referred to as a “take profit” order) is an order to buy or sell at a specified price or better.
Forex Fundamental Analysis
In this Webinar, our expert Account Manager Roy will educate you on how to execute trading based on fundamental factors such as economic, social, and political forces that may affect the currency pairs as they play a vital role in the nation’s economy. Understand how to use these indicators perfectly for trading.
Support and Resistance Shifting zones
Support and Resistance Zones that utilized by the analysts to study the prices and predict future moves. This zone will be drawn by using simple technical analysis tools like the horizontal lines or the up/down trendlines that applying to the more advanced Indicators such as Fibonacci retracements. There is a lot of entry and exit orders around these levels (traders taking profit etc), therefore volumes will often increase as the price comes closer to these zones.
Money Management and Psychology
Money Management is the Key Point to start trading in Forex. It will help the traders to minimize the risk in forex markets. To manage the risk you will need to choose a reliable broker. To predict the Psychology of forex trading you will need to control your emotions while placing the trade on the trading platform. The combination of the psychology of forex trading with basic principles of cash the board at Forex essentially builds the level of productivity of the system and decreases the risks.
How to Draw Trendline? What are Types of Channels And Types of Channels?
Trendlines are the form of technical analysis in Forex Trading. Trend channels are drawn with defined slope trendlines at the resistance & Support Level of the security price series. Look at your chart & draw a trendline that goes with the current trend in the Market. Trendlines indicate the best fit of some data using a single line or curve. A single trendline can be applied to a chart to Trendlines can be applied to the highs and the lows to create a channel. The time period being analyzed and the exact points used to create a trendline vary from trader to trader.
Trend Continuation patterns (Part I)
Chart patterns are specific price formations on a chart that predict future price movements. Continuation Patterns are signs traders look for to signal that a price trend is likely to remain in play. These patterns occur in the middle of the trend and signal that once a pattern has been completed, the trend will most suitable resume. All kinds of time frames can be scoured for the continuation Patterns such as tick charts, daily or weekly basis charts. >> Pennants >> Flags >> Wedges >> Triangles >> Cup and Handles