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  1. #21
    Does technical analysis require good math or so? I am not good at math or critical thinking, can I focus to only FA?

  2. #22
    There are many types of market analysis, that could be use to predict the Forex Market and make some good money through it.

  3. #23
    Zero math required for the MAJORITY of technical analysis

  4. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by dawillsta View Post
    Zero math required for the MAJORITY of technical analysis
    Math may be an additional skill however i better say that we need to follow the trends if we wishes to become good at making technical analysis.

  5. #25
    I disagree, following trends is literally ''trend trading'' which is one style. Reversals from my perspective are much easier to read and trade. It's more difficult to jump on board a slow, grinding up move. Unless its a new momentum high/low and we trade the the first first back, which i'm sure the majority of traders have in their playbook regardless of method/strategy

  6. #26
    Ok, i see someone has another opinion and i really appreciate if you can enlighten us more about how you foresee the market movement and manage your trades..!

  7. #27
    No problem, you read the market by its own actions as it unfolds bar at a time - never forgetting context (trading to the left of the chart)
    Managing trades - simply use structure naturally provided by trend channels, support/resistance levels, supply/demand zones etc or price action aberrations (such as climatic behaviour)
    The only crystal ball traders have are the forces of momentum, as in ''momentum precedes price'' after a new momentum high odds favour a further leg in the same direction after a small pullback/rally (dependent of trend direction)

  8. #28
    Forex Could be dealt in with many methods, it depends on you that which one you are going to lose and which one would benefit you most.

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