VIX, The CBOE Volatility Index, is also known as the “fear index” or “fear gauge” because it measures market sentiment and estimated risk. Here’s how the VIX relates to the performance of U.S. stocks and what it can do for investors.
This article will show you the structure of the candlestick chart and how to use candlestick patterns to determine the market momentum.
The true average range (ATR) indicator is often the likely tool deployed for technical analysis for traders who lean towards tracking and exploiting market volatility. In this article, ZFX provides a beginner’s guide for using ATR in forex trading.
Parabolic SAR is a technical indicator for finding out potential reversals in price movement in trading. This article will teach you how to use the SAR indicator in Forex trading with examples.
One of the most common problems many new forex traders may face is feeling confused about volatile prices and not knowing the best time in point to buy and sell. In light of this, ZFX wishes to introduce to new investors a technical indicator suiting their needs – the moving average – and illustrate how the moving average and Granville’s 8 rules can be used in pairs to determine the best trading signals.
The forex market has a particularly strong correlation with technical indicators, and individual trends are particularly sensitive in the prediction of some indicators.This article will briefly introduce you to the four most common technical indicators for the forex market.