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What is a Fundamental Analysis?

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What is the theory for technical analysis based on?

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What is a sell limit?

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What are the 2 currencies involved in Forex transition?

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What is a PIP?

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How do you call a 1000 units in trading?

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What does going Short mean?

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What are the main trading sessions?

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What is the difference between a bid rate and an ask rate?

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The foreign exchange market is:

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How to use Fibonacci retracement?

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Why are Fibonacci ratios used?

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What is Fibonacci Extension?

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What are traders using to find the potential reversal points?

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Candlestick trading provides us with insight regarding:

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What is the Candlestick anatomy?

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What does it formed when the session’s open and closing prices are at - or near - the session high?

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What is the exact opposite to Marubozu?

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What is a hammer?

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What is a shooting star?

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What is a bullish pattern?

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When will become the signal stronger?

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What are the two candlestick signals?

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What is Tweezer Tops?

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What is the Evening Star?

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What is the three white soldiers?

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What is a Three Inside Up?

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What is the Falling three method?

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What is a rising wedge?

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Where you can see what the price has set support?

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Where can be observed a bullish continuation pattern?

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What indicates a neutral chart pattern?

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When does it form a symmetrical triangle?

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What is the descending triangle?

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What is a falling wedge?

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What is the bearish pennant?

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What is a bear flag?

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What is a bull flag?

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When is the inverse head and shoulders appear?

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What is Head and shoulders?

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What is Double bottom?

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Chart formation patterns analyze:

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