Exness Trader

How to Register and start Trading with a Demo Account in Exness
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How to Register and start Trading with a Demo Account in Exness

The demo account on the platform is technically and functionally a complete copy of the live trading account, except that the client is trading with the use of virtual funds. Assets, quotes, trading indicators, and signals are completely identical. Thus, a demo account is an excellent way of training, testing all kinds of trading strategies, and developing money management skills. It is a perfect tool to help you make your first steps in trading, see how it works, and learn how to trade. Advanced traders can practice various trading strategies without risking their own money.
What is Trend Following? - How do Trend Followers Make Money in Exness?
Strategies

What is Trend Following? - How do Trend Followers Make Money in Exness?

Trend following trading strategies are often the most successful trading strategies to use. As a beginner, they are the best strategies to follow because they are often easy to implement. By using them you can also learn how the market works and make a profit as well. Many traders, beginners and professionals alike, rely on trends. Some even say that you can make a living off just one pattern, that is if you know how to use it. This doesn’t mean though that trend trading is always easy though. You may have heard the phrase ‘the trend is your friend’. However, there is another phrase which is also true; “The trend is your friend until the end when it bends.” Wise words from professional trader Ed Seykota.
What is 50 day moving average? - How to use it and identify Profitable Trading Opportunities in Exness
Strategies

What is 50 day moving average? - How to use it and identify Profitable Trading Opportunities in Exness

The 50-day simple moving average (SMA) is commonly plotted on charts and utilized by traders and market analysts because historical analysis of price movements shows it to be an effective trend indicator. The 50-, 100- and 200-day moving averages are probably among the most commonly found lines drawn on any trader or analyst's charts. All three are considered major, or significant, moving averages and represent levels of support or resistance in a market. So you’re wondering: “Which is the best moving average?” Well, there’s no best moving average out there because it doesn’t exist (as it depends on your objective current market structure). But in a healthy trend, the 50 day moving average is king. And that’s what you’ll discover in today’s post, so read on…
Why using a Stop-Loss? How to set Stop-Loss to maximize your Profits in Exness
Strategies

Why using a Stop-Loss? How to set Stop-Loss to maximize your Profits in Exness

Let me ask you: Do you get stopped out of your trades only to watch the markets reverse back in your direction? Or perhaps you try to ride a trend only to get stopped out on the retracement. And you’re feeling… “Argh, the market is rigged!” Well, that’s because you put your stop loss at the same level as everyone else — and it makes you an easy target for a stop hunt. But don’t worry, all this will change. Because in this post, you’ll learn you’ll learn how to set a proper stop loss so you can reduce risk, maximize profits, and avoid stop hunting.

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