The Basics of Forex Technical Analysis




Let’s Revisit the Darvas Box and E-Mini Trading

The diminutive Darvas Box is a tool that I seldom see on retail traders charts. On the other hand, it is not unusual to spot the Darvas on multiple professional traders charts when entering an institutional trading room. This e-mini indicator is essentially an indicator, at first glance, of near term support and resistance.

3 Solid Techniques for NQ Trade Entries

The Nasdaq futures contract (NQ) generally trades like most of the other equity indexes though it has a few twists and turns that set it apart from the crowd. For anyone who has traded seriously, it is those “twists and turns” that can spell trouble for the uninitiated when trading the NQ.

Case Study: How to Significantly Cut Drawdowns Using Market Internals

In this article called “CASE STUDY: HOW TO SIGNIFICANTLY CUT DRAWDOWNS USING MARKET INTERNALS?” you will find out: What are Market Internals? What does the Market Internals category UVOL-DVOL tells us about market strength? How to apply UVOL-DVOL to a trading strategy so you only enter when the market strength is in your favor? How does adding UVOL-DVOL condition affect a basic breakout strategy? How can the Market Internals improve your own trading?

How Much Money Do You Really Need to Start E-Mini Trading?

To read some of the success stories I see being bandied about you should be able to start futures trading with $1,000 and have it transformed within a year to a sum topping six figures. I certainly am not saying that this feat is impossible, but I have never seen it done and have never met another trader who has seen it done.

When Is the Best Time to Learn to Trade E-Minis?

This is a question that seldom gets asked, but is probably one of the most important variables to consider if you are going to learn to trade the e-minis’. Often times, individuals decide to learn to start trading at a crossroads in their life and need to make money to stay afloat. That is not going to happen.

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