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Squawk / 08 April 2014 at 14:37 GMTWould that be possible to add NZDUSD and USDCAD into open positions chart ?
Article / 14 March 2014 at 16:39 GMT
Keeping TradingFloor's tools up to speed with the new siteWith the imminent full-scale launch of the new version of TradingFloor.com, which is currently nearing the completion of its beta test, we have already made most tools available on the new site — with a few modifications.Read the article
Squawk / 06 March 2014 at 12:07 GMTwish they had a help desk! Are the open positions and orders from customers on just the social network, all retail customers, or including their institutional order book?
Squawk / 19 December 2013 at 13:10 GMThi Guys , is it delayed by 15 minutes ?
Squawk / 06 November 2013 at 11:40 GMThi i want to know when red section write 40% means 40% are seller?
Squawk / 11 June 2013 at 22:55 GMTAUD/USD: Wait and see if local sellers turn up again
Squawk / 10 June 2013 at 10:43 GMTWeekly Trading Forecasts (June 10 - 14, 2013)
The Greenback has been weak and the Yen has been strong. Most JPY pairs are also weak. The fundamentals that were released lately even added fuel to the extant biases. This means vivid bullish biases for some currency instruments like EURUSD and GBPUSD: and conspicuous bearish biases for some instruments like the USDCHF and EURJPY.
Primary trend: Bullish
The pair has moved upwards by roughly 270 pips recently, in conjunction with the vivid Bullish Confirmation Pattern on the chart. This northward journey is expected to continue, though there would be some consolidation and southward retracements on the way. The price could be trading above the resistance line of 1.3350 within the next few trading days. Along the line, the purported pullbacks should not take the price below the support line of 1.3150.
Squawk / 26 April 2013 at 13:09 GMTA Trader’s Trick Entry Technique
The trading technique described in this article is one of the trader’s entry techniques available for traders. This one comes with the Simple Moving Average period 12 (SMA 12), and the Commodity Channel Index period 20 (CCI 20). Here, the way the CCI is used is unique because it isn’t according to the uses suggested by the conventional trading wisdom. Conventional trading wisdom suggests that any CCI reading above the +100 level is an overbought situation (which would make a trader seek short trades), and any reading below the -100 level suggests an oversold situation (which would make a trader seek long trades). However, with this strategy, the CCI overbought and oversold situations are done away with; only the level 50 is used with the idea that any reading above the level 50 means an uptrend and any reading below the level 50 means a downtrend.
The only thing that can go wrong is when we’re on a wrong side of a trade
Squawk / 17 April 2013 at 11:07 GMTI'm sorry but I need some confirmation with this tool. Realized sell (short) orders below the current price are situated on the left site, but when they are above the current price they were also realized however are situated on the right side?
Squawk / 04 April 2013 at 16:38 GMTif i have 51.68%|48.15% by usdjpy means that 51% has open long position in usdjpy?