What is the RSI Indicator & How to Trade It

Relative Strength Index (RSI) What is the RSI? The Relative Strength Index (RSI), developed by J. Welles Wilder, is a momentum oscillator that measures the speed and change of price movements. The RSI oscillates between 0 and 100. Normally the RSI is considered overbought when it trades above 70 and oversold when it trades below […]
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Types Of Markets Part 10: Commodities Part 3

In the last two articles we looked at what commodities are, the categories that they are broken up into, a brief history of commodities and how the commodities market has evolved into what it is today, how investors use commodities to diversify their portfolios, we took a look at some real commodity exchanges (such as […]
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Types Of Markets Part 9: Commodities Part 2

In the last segment we looked at what commodities are and how investors use them to diversify their portfolios. To quickly recap, commodities can be broken down to four major groups: Metals Energies Livestock and Meat Agricultural These four categories have developed over the course of human progression as we have industrialised and streamlined the […]
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Types Of Markets Part 7: An Introduction To Forex

The term “Forex” stands for Foreign Exchange. In short, buying or selling one currency for another. Since businesses, countries and individual people participate in the market, it is such an easy market to get into without a large amount of capital. It is the most heavily traded market in the world with trillions of dollars […]
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Pivot Points

What are Pivot Points? As a technical analysis indicator, a pivot point uses a previous daily high, low, and close price for a specific period to define future support and resistance. In addition, other small calculations determine the “outside” points. Be VERY carefull when calculating “The Pivot Point”. If the pivot point is wrong, all […]
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