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Trading a rising or falling wedge pattern

The rising and falling wedge patterns can provide useful signals of upcoming price action, if you know how to trade them. Find out everything you need to know about wedges.

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How to trade the flag pattern

Bear and bull flag patterns are two common motifs that can predict the continuation of a trend. Learn all about them here – including how to trade flags, and how flags differ to pennants.

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What is the Awesome Oscillator: Definition, Use, and Strategies

The Awesome Oscillator (AO) makes use of simple moving averages to confirm or deny market trends. Learn how to confirm those trends and predict possible reversals in our AO guide.

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Amortisation vs Depreciation: What’s the Difference?

Amortisation and depreciation are both ways to expense assets over time and are key tools in determining a company’s value. Although which one you use differs depending on the asset type. Keep reading to learn more.

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November 1, 2021 09:11 AM
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How to Trade Crude Oil Futures

Oil futures are the most traded commodity in the world thanks to their high volatility and global influence. Learn how futures traders buy and sell oil's two main benchmarks: WTI and Brent Crude.

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The top 10 strongest currencies in the world in 2022

The world's strongest currency is the Kuwait Dinar. Its high value comes from Kuwait’s booming oil industry, which accounts for 80% of the country’s exports. It is also the highest valued currency pegged to the US Dollar.

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Market Orders Explained: Definition and Examples

Market orders are one of the most common order types when trading live markets like forex. Learn how market orders are placed and what to look out for when placing them.

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October 19, 2021 11:20 AM

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