charts: Pip Value Calculator With ForexGen - 09/14/08 10:52 PM
Pip value calculator Pip value constantly changes according to the market currency price for indirect currency pairs. Kindly enter the current value of the bid/ask of your desired pair in the price box then press retrieve button to get the pair pip value in dollar Instructions You may input any prices you need in the second column of the table. If you are using non-standard lots, you may input the size of your lot in the bottom cell. Other currencies with same USD pip value EUR/USD GBP/USD, AUD/USD USD/JPY EUR/JPY, GBP/JPY, AUD/JPY USD/CHF EUR/CHF, GBP/CHF USD/CAD EUR/CAD Quick Review Pip (or … (0 comments)

charts: Candlestick Chart Terms | ForexGen - 09/14/08 10:43 PM
Candlestick chart patterns are very popular in forex trading because they are the main part of technical analysis. On all chart modules, users can toggle between line, bar and candlestick chart view. The candle consists of two parts: the body and the shadows. The body reflects the open and closing price for the certain period. The candle body is black if the close price below the open, and white if the close was higher than the open for the period. The candlestick shadow reflects the intra-period high and low prices. (Note: In candlestick charting the following periods are often used; 5 … (0 comments)

charts: Doji candlesticks With ForexGen - 09/14/08 10:39 PM
Doji candlesticks have the same open and close price or at least their bodies are extremely short. The doji should have a very small body that appears as a thin line. Doji suggest indecision or a struggle for turf positioning between buyers and sellers. Prices move above and below the open price during the session, but close at or very near the open price. Neither buyers nor sellers were able to gain control and the result was essentially a draw. There are four special types of Doji lines. The length of the upper and lower shadows can vary and the resulting … (0 comments)

charts: Trading Optimizer With ForexGen - 09/14/08 10:32 PM
The Trading Optimizer's main functionality is to create relations between groups of pairs and finding the best combinations that may produces the best profit in the minimum time possible, this process is performed by sophisticated -state of the art- algorithms which is based on the classification and clustering of correlated pairs resulting in simulating all possible runs in history to get the best combinations. •The trading optimizer inputs are the pairs’ symbols. While, its outputs are the combinations of the pairs that reached the most expected profit in the history. In the following screen traders select the desired optimization type: - … (1 comments)

charts: Bid And Ask Prices With ForexGen - 09/14/08 10:08 PM
Bid -The price at which a buyer has offered to purchase the currency Ask -The price a seller is willing to accept for a security, also known as the offer price. Along with the price, the ask quote will generally also stipulate the amount of the security willing to be sold at that price. As with most trading in the financial markets, when you are trading a currency pair there is a bid price (buy) and an ask price (sell). Again, these are in relation to the base currency. When buying a currency pair (going long), the ask price refers to … (0 comments)

charts: ATS & ForexGen - 09/14/08 09:52 PM
ATS™ Features • Trading platforms does not enable traders to open more than one pair at a time. • ATS™, offers traders the ability to open any number of positions at the same time, traders can choose whether to open a set of pairs together at the same time for hedging purpose or to open pair by pair when the used strategies confirms the entry, also the system provides the following features: * Ability to open a group of pairs according to hedging theory and correlations factors between different pairs. * Ability to open positions according to group of customized strategies. … (0 comments)

 

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