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Rich Richer Richest with Online Currency Trading by Kiran Kumar .pdf

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About the Author
Mr. Kiran Kumar is the CEO of Forexveda India Limited, a Forex trader with an experience of
more than 15 years in the Forex arena. A first generation businessman who has traveled to
many countries, Mr. Kumar has been offering advisory services online to Forex traders around
the world since 1998, the year his Forex career kicked off in Bangkok. With an innate ability to
attract clients even without meeting them, he possesses client bases in more than 50 countries
with 99% of his clients who have never seen him.
With a mantra of 'test us before you trust us' Mr. Kumar gives his clients the license to examine
his fund management skills with an account of as low as $300. Discouraging people without
risk capital in investing in forex, and not promising huge returns to clients are a distinct feature
of his peculiar and honest trading approach. As he always makes himself available on instant
messengers like yahoo messenger and Google talk for advisory purpose, hundreds of live
traders benefit from his long term experience. When it comes to repairing damaged accounts,
he does it free of cost for his clients. His company also offers trade execution service where
one can test other's trade signals with its help. Besides, free access to trading page for a week,
once in three months is provided to subscribers.
Mr. Kiran Kumar resides in Mysore with his wife, a trained Odissi dancer, and two
children. He keeps himself involved in various constructive activities. He contributes his
bit in social service and is associated with Human Rights organizations. He is a martial arts
enthusiast, has the reputation of being a Silva Graduate, Reiki grandmaster, and is a singer
as well.

This book is originally created by Kiran Kumar, CEO of Forexveda India Limited.
All efforts have been made to keep the information in the e-book correct. However
Kiran Kumar or M/S Forexveda India Limited are not to be held responsible for any
action that may result from the information contained in the book
Online Forex Trading is considered as a high risk high reward business. There is no
system that can guarantee profits in any speculative business. One must invest only a
risk capital in online currency trading business.

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Table of Content

Chapter 1

Why Forex Trading?


Chapter 2

What Moves Market?


Chapter 3

From Forex Scam to Forex Millionaire


Chapter 4

How does Forex trading work?


Chapter 5

Types of Trading Orders


Chapter 6

Demo Trading using Meta Trader


Chapter 7

Risk Management


Chapter 8

Money Management


Chapter 9

Emotional Management


Chapter 10

Why do people lose in Forex trading?


Chapter 11

Fundamental Analysis


Chapter 12

Economic Indicators


Chapter 13

Technical Analysis


Chapter 14

Expert Advisors or Trade Robots


Chapter 15

How to chose a Broker


Chapter 16

Making a career in Forex Trading


Chapter 17

Some Forex Terms / Slangs Explained





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Why Forex Trading?

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I assume that most of my readers are aware of stock market and few may be aware of commodity
trading. Forex trading or Spot Fx or Online currency trading is a relatively new word for most of the
The Foreign Exchange Market is the largest and the most active market in the World. Largest, because of
the volume of transactions (More than 3 Trillion Dollars per day!) and active because of its 24 hours X
5.5 days market activity. Most of the trading takes place through Electronic Broking System also called
as 'Robot'. At any given time, in some part of the world, foreign exchange is traded.
Few years ago foreign exchange trading was limited to banks and other large Financial Institutions. In
this electronic age, any individual can do online trading with the help of computer and Internet. Almost
all Banks, Hedge funds, Pensions funds, Mutual funds are involved in foreign exchange trading. Money
can be made whether a currency is gaining in value or losing it.
Currencies are always quoted in pairs. 4 major pairs traded are EUR/USD, USD/JPY, GBP/USD and
CHF/USD. Cross currencies are also traded. Pairs like EUR/JPY, EUR/GBP, GBP/JPY…etc are called
as Cross pairs. Other than these major and cross pairs, some minor pairs like AUD/USD, USD/CAD are
also traded giving the trader or investor, a freedom to trade in whichever currency he/she chooses.
Other than Volume and Liquidity, Forex offers more to Traders and Investors. Foreign Exchange market
offers many advantages over stocks and commodity trading.

is low in stocks trading. In forex, some brokers offer leverage up to 1:500

One cannot

easily short sell and hold a short position for more than a day. In forex, one can short a
currency pair and hold the short position as long as he/she wants
People make money in stocks only when the market is bullish. Hardly does anyone make money in a

falling market. One can be rest assured the currency market will never crash. One of the currencies in a
pair will get strong and both the currencies in a pair can never fall at the same time. For example if
euro/usd is 1.1500 today and it becomes 1.1600 tomorrow we can say that euro has become strong. If it
becomes 1.1400 we can say that USD has strengthened against euro. You have an option to buy Euro
against USD or USD against Euro
24 hour trading: This gives an opportunity to a trader to choose his/her trading hours.
One has to keep a track of large number of shares in a stock trading. In currency trading, one can trade

only in 1 pair or just chose 3 to 4 currency pairs and trade the same pair/pairs every day
Easy fills due to high liquidity: Most of the time your entry and stops or targets get filled. Only during

data releases your stop may get triggered few pips away from where you placed. Liquidity is so high that
you can always buy or sell as much as you want without waiting for a buyer or seller. You buy from the
forex broker and sell it back to him.

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Why Forex Trading?

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No insider trading or sharks killing small investors: There's this notion that big investors kill small

investors in the trading. That is not true in case of forex trading. Market may indicate big movements
sometimes when there are large buy or sell orders. But forex trading volume is so high that no single
investor or fund can control the market. The Bank of Japan spent trillions of dollars to keep USD/JPY
above 100 but finally had to give up. Swiss national bank too intervened in the market to make Swiss
Franks weak. Market moves big time when central banks intervene in the market and most of the time
these movements last for few minutes or hours only. Coordinated interventions by central banks of 3 or
more countries are dangerous and can move the market 1000s of pips within hours. As far as I know
that happened once in the early 1980's when Bank of Japan joined hands with Bank of England and
Federal Bank of USA to bring the USD/JPY down from 250+ to below 130. Swiss National Bank
intervened in 2012 to keep EUR/CHF above 1.2 and they successfully managed it too.
One can start forex trading with small investment too. Trading in Stock market or commodity with

small investments may not be that easy and convenient as forex. One can start forex trading with an
investment as low as US$300.
Forex Trading is a heaven for risk takers. You might not have heard of people making 100% profits in

stock market in a month, but many people earn huge profits within short span of trading in forex. Most
of the foex trading companies conduct forex trading completitions often and wee see the winners
earning anything between 1000% to 20,000% in a single month. Amazing and unbelievable, isn't it?
But, true.
No time

to trade? You can buy a good Forex Robot and let the Robot trade for you. Beware of
companies that claim huge profits. Some robots may not be safe. Study the strategy and risk and
rewards before purchasing a Robot. offers low risk low reward robots to high risk high
reward robots. Low risk robots can give 5% to 10% profits with a risk level of as low as 0.3%. High
risk high reward robots can give profits as high as 1000% per annum.

Is Forex Trading for me?
I have seen many ads in News papers that say 'Not earning enough from your present job? Get an extra
monthly income from forex trading” Do not get carried away with these kinds of advertisements.
Forex Trading business is not for small investors and not to earn regular monthly income by investing
small amounts. If you are earning $500 a month and planning to 'arrange' $500 to invest in forex,
planning to earn $50 per day don't do it. You may not be able to keep your trading account alive for
more than few weeks or months. One can not make money in forex without having a good knowledge
of trading. If you are ready to lose a few $s in learning, you may try it. If you don't have risk capital, then
don't even attempt.
If you are a beginner, trade under the guidance of an experienced forex trader. If you are a small
investor (US$ 1000 or below) go for trade robots. You may open a small account from the profits
earned by the robot and do all the experiments risking only the profits.

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What Moves Market?

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Market is mainly moved by demand and supply. Big movements are caused when large trades done
by banks, hedge funds or any financial institutions. If a corporate company from UK wants to take
over an Australian company it may need to pay in Australian dollars for which it will convert a large
amount of money from GBP to AUD. This transaction may make GBP weak against AUD. Some
times these cross movements can affect other pairs too. AUD may strengthen not just against GBP
but also against other currencies. The same kind of movement can be observed during sale of
Treasury Bills or Bonds. Central banks normally use bond market to control excess volatility in
forex market. Central banks repurchase bonds to add liquidity in the money market. That will
depreciate the value of a currency pair.
Speculators too have a big role in currency movements. You may see a lot of movements during
news or data releases. These movements are temporary and caused by speculators. Speculators
normally don't play much role in driving a currency pair or up or down. Most of the Banks have
traders who trade full time for the bank. These trades are totally speculative in nature.
You may often read in news papers or financial journals that USD fell due to growing concern on US
job losses etc. These articles are written by journalists who know very little about forex trading. I
have seen so many traders who read these articles or reports and trade accordingly. In my opinion,
data and reports have no serious impact in the forex market. You may notice that many times a
positive US data fails to strengthen US dollar or negative data fails to make it weak. You may also
notice that market moves in opposite direction of the data or news. Incidents such as the 9/11 failed
to make the USD weak. On 9/11, USD fell for few hours and the next day it resumed its upward
trend. You will always see some market movement during major data releases. It is good to ignore
the data as you will not be able to react to the news but, do not ignore the timings of the data. I have
explained in chapter 13 how to trade during data.
During data releases, one may see a large movement. Investors may sell a currency if the data is
negative to that currency or buy the currency on a positive data. This movement normally doesn't last
for long. Market may reverse after few minutes. For a given information 5 people may sell the
currency pair and 5 people may buy.
Successful traders don't really bother to find out the reasons for forex movement but plan their trade
before and after the movement is made.
Ignore news and data, but do not ignore the timings and the temporary effect on the currency market.

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From Forex Scams to Forex Millionaire

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If you search 'online forex trading' or 'forex trade robot' on the internet, you may find thousands of
sites that promise huge profits in forex. One website may claim 600% profits a week while another
one may claim 100% profits in a day. Every trader makes 10% to 100% profits in a single day, but can
he/she really perform this way every day? I have come across people who expect to earn $100 per day
from an investment of $1000. If one trades forex with such a target, I can guarantee that the account
will get wiped out in few days. 1 becomes 1024 if you double it 10 times. If a trader can earn 20%
profits per month, he should be able to double the money just in five months.
Let's see how much US$ 1,000 turns into if doubled every 3 months or 6 months or 1 year.
1 Milion Dollars in 10 years if doubled every year.
1 Billion Dollars in 10 years if doubled once in 6 months.
1Quadrillion (1000 trillion) Dollars in 10 years if doubled every 3 months.
When you attend a forex presentation next time, if the presenter talks about earning 5% to 50% in a
day, ask him how much a forex trader can make over 1 year on an average. Anybody can make 10%
profits in a day, but earning consistently every day or every month is too difficult.
I have come across many people who made 20% to 100% in a day using high leverage. They are not
trading forex anymore. Nobody quits a business that is giving them profits right? Why do they quit
forex trading then? I leave that to your imagination
Do not trust people who promise/offer/guarantee 20% or more monthly profits. One has to trade
forex without any pressure. People who assure 5% or higher returns cannot make money as they trade
under pressure with a high target. They fail to earn even 1% profit in a month and end up losing all the
money. They may pay some investors initially just by money circulation.

Forex MLMs.
Beware of Forex MLMs. They are nothing but money circulation schemes. A big chunk of the
investment goes in to paying commission to the introducers. It will be impossible for the fund
managers to make profits in such schemes. The scheme will run as long as the fund in flow is more
than pay outs. Once the inflow is reduced, company will run away.

Bucket Shops
I know lot of investors losing money with illegal bucket shops in Dubai, Bangkok, Malaysia,
Indonesia and India. Bucket shops are the forex companies that operate illegally. No trading actually
takes place in such companies. Almost all the traders lose money and most of them think that they lost
because the market moved against them. All these buckets shops will have posh offices and well
dressed staff. Investors judge the company and fund managers by their looks and invest their hard
earned money only to see the whole capital getting wiped out in just a few days.
verify if the company is licensed to operate as a forex broker and if the company is regulated by a
regulating authority. Remember, trading in spot forex is illegal in countries like Thailand,
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Indonasia, India, Malaysia..etc. There are no regulating authorities in the middle east and forex
companies can only have a marketing office in such countries. These companies are not authorised to
collect deposits or margin money from investors.

Becoming a Forex Millionaire
I sincerely believe that it is possible to make 300% or more profits per year in forex trading with a safe
trading strategy and using low leverage. One has to make 1000 pips profits to double the account with
1:10 leverage and each currency pair gives minimum 10 opportunities a year. That means 300
opportunities in a year to double your money. If you just use 2 opportunities, you will make 300%
profits in a year by doubling the money twice.
I have been trading forex since 15 years. I have given trading tips worth 1000 pips every quarter
consistently. 1000 pips amount to 100% profits in 3 months. If I had done the same trades, should
have become a trillionaire by now. Trading is totally psychological. Easy to predict. Difficult to
control emotions like frustrations, panic or gambling instincts. That is where robot helps. A good
forex robot can convert your $1000 to $ 1 million. There are thousands of Forex Trade Robots in the
market. I am yet to come across any robot that gives 20% profits consistently. I have been working
hard in creating robots since last 5 years and got a great amount of success in year 2012. I will know
about consistency by mid 2013.
Traders lose in forex trading mainly due to psychological reasons. I have seen people losing 100% of
the capital in 1 week and they consistently lose every week. If it is possible to lose 100% within a
week, trades done opposite to that can make 100% profits in 1 week right? Theoriticaly speaking
doubling money every month is possible. Human being has failed to achieve it. robot
has started the reversals and so far so good. Read more about Forex robots in chapter 12

Becoming a Forex millionaire without investing in Forex
There is excellent potential to earn referral income in forex trading business. Equity brokers may not
give the kind of referral income what Forex Brokers give. I know some individuals working as
Introducing Brokers earning US$ 100,000 a month through rebates. Forex Trading can be an
excellent career for people who are in financial services like Insurance or Mutual Funds. One can
work from home and earn millions. Unlike insurance or mutual funds, you need not keep looking for
new clients every day. One good client can give you thousands of dollars every month. I have earned
thousands from many clients whom I never met. They did not even ask my help in trading. Forex
broker paid me huge commissions every day just for introducing him.
If you have business/marketing skills, you can be a sub broker of any forex company easily. Forex
trading is a rapidly growing business and offers plenty of job opportunities to people who have
knowledge and experience in this field. salaries and incentives are normally much higher than what
other financial services companies offer.

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How does Forex Trading work?

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Currencies are quoted in pairs. Example EUR/USD GBP/USD, USD/INR etc
If EURO/USD is quoted as 1.1420 it means 1 Euro = 1.1420 USD or you get 1.1420 USD for 1 Euro.
You may see the quote like this EURO/USD 1.1420(bid) – 1.1423 (Ask)
It means you need to pay 1.1423 to buy 1 EURO but if you sell 1 EURO, you get only 1.1420 USD. The
difference between selling price and buying price is called 'spread' and this is the income of the forex
Let's take an example of a trade to understand how one makes profit in a forex business.
Suppose the EUR/USD price was 1.1420/23 yesterday.
You had sold 1 Euro and you got 1.1420 USD
(remember, you don't need to have Euro to do this transaction)
Let's assume that today the price has changed to 1.1416/19
You sell 1.1419 USD and get 1 Euro.
You made a profit of 0.0001 US Dollar in this transaction, right?
If you had made the above transaction with 100,000 Euros you would have made a profit of
0.0001x100000 = 10 US Dollars.
Let's take another example of Japanese Yen trade
Assume that the USD/JPY price was 88.90/92 yesterday.
You had sold 1 USD and you got 88.90 Yens
(remember, you don't need to have USD to do this transaction)
Suppose that today the price has changed to 88.77/79
You sell 88.79 Yens and get 1 USD.
You made a profit of 0.01 Yen in this transaction, haven't you?
If you had made the above transaction with 100,000 US Dollars you would have made a profit of
0.01x100000 = 1000 Yens (little more than 10 US dollars)
Currencies are normally bought or sold in lots. 1 standard lot is normally 100,000 and 1 mini lot is
10,000 and 1 micro lot is 1,000
In currency pairs like EUR/USD or GBP/USD each pip is worth $10 per standard lot (example
trade 1)
Pip is the last decimal of the price. In the trade examples given above, we can say that a profit of 1
pip is made. These days brokers offer 5 decimal quotes. You may ignore the 5th decimal.
If we had made the Trade 1 with a mini lot profit would have been 0.0001x10,000 = $1
In mini lot 1 pip is equal to $1 in pairs EUR/USD, GBP/USD, AUD/USD

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Some Brokers have different lot size for Euro. Instead of 10,000 they may offer 12,500 as the mini lot
size. In that case profit will be 0.0001x12500 = $1.25
What currency pairs to trade?
There are 4 major currency pairs. These are called majors because the trading in these 4 pairs is very
huge comprising of a major chunk in the daily traded volume. These 4 pairs are

One may chose one of these 4 pairs and trade only in single pair. Day traders get opportunity to make
100s of small trades in each pair every day. Minor pairs are AUD/USD, USD/CAD and NZD/USD. You
can trade in cross pairs too. Currency pairs that do not include USD are called cross pairs. Example
GBP/JPY, EUR/JPY, CAD/JPY, AUD/JPY. GBP/CAD, EUR/CAD, GBP/AUD..etc. Most of the brokers
offer around 30 currency pairs and one may chose 3 to 5 pairs to trade.

How Much to Trade?
1:10 leverage is very safe in forex. That means if your account size is US$ 1000, you can open a mini
lot of USD/CHF. Here you are buying 10,000 USD against CHF. You can buy 1 mini lot of EUR/USD
too. In this case, you are buying 10,000 Euros against USD. This quantity is more than USD 10,000 but
leverage is still close to 1:10
If your account size is 1,000 and if the broker is offering a leverage of 1:400 and when you have
no open positions, your account will look like this.
Balance 1000 Equity 1000 used margin 0 available margin 1000
When you buy 1 mini lot USD/CHF, USD 25 will be kept aside as your margin money. If your
position is in 5 dollars profits, your account will look like this.
Balance 1000 equity 1005 used margin 25 available margin 980
Balance will be = Equity if you close the open position.

Call Margin
You have to keep an eye on available margin. If the available margin becomes zero, technically you
are on margin call. There is no system of calling for margins in spot fx and most of the platforms close
your positions automatically to protect your account from going in to negative balance.

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Types of Trading Orders

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Market Order
If you are opening or closing a position at current market price, it is called as market order. You just
click at the live price and click on buy or sell and your trade will be executed at market price.
Limit Order
Limit order is like a standing instruction which instructs the broker to buy or sell a currency pair at a
price which is away from the current price. For example if USD/JPY is trading at 88.60/63 now, you
can place a limit order to buy this pair at 88.30 or keep a limit order to sell at 88.90
Stop loss order
This is a limit order placed to close the position at loss. Stop loss order need not close the position only
at loss. For example if you open a buy position in EUR/USD at 1.4140, you may keep a stop loss order
at 1.4090. If market falls to 1.4090 the position will get closed at 50 pips loss. If EUR/USD moves to
1.4180 you may move the stop loss to 1.4140. You can not keep the stop loss above the market price
for the trade example given above. System will not accept the order and you get a message “Invalid s/l
or t/p”
Target Limit
T/P or Target Price is a limit order kept to close position in profits.
Day Order or GFD order
Good for the day order. This is a day trade order and if the price doesn't reach by end of the trading day,
the order will be cancelled automatically. Some brokers offer GFD orders.
OCO order or One cancels the other
These kinds of trades are found in platforms which do not allow the trader to keep stop loss or target
limit order. If you have bought euro at 1.4140 you may have to keep 2 orders to sell at 1.4090 and
1.4240. If one price reaches, the 2nd order gets deleted automatically.
GTC Order or Good Till Cancelled
This is a limit order which will remain with the broker till you cancel it.
Buy Stop order
This is an entry order to buy a currency pair at a price higher than market price. You may ask why
would one do it? Imagine that Euro has a strong resistance at 1.4170 and you feel or your technical
analysis says that if euro breaks 1.4170 it might go to 1.4400. So you may not feel safe buying euro at
current market price but may feel safe to buy at 1.4180. You can keep a buy stop order at 1.4180.

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Sell stop order
It is an order to sell a currency pair at a rate below the market price. Above example should be
sufficient to understand why anyone would like to sell at lower price than the market price.
Immediate or Cancel (IOC)
These kind of orders are offered in futures trading. The order should get filled partially or fully as it is
released into the system. If not, the order will be removed. If partially filled, balance portion will not
remain in the system as pending order.
Trailing Stops
Trailing stops move the stop loss along with the market price. Let's take an example of Euro trade. You
bought EUR/USD at 1.4300 with a stop at 1.4260 and target at 1.4600. There is a possibility that Euro
moved to 1.4450 and takes a U turn and falls to 1.4260. You get stopped out from a trade which had
moved 150 pips in your favor. If you had used a trailing stop of 40 pips, you would have got stopped
out at profits. Stop remains at 1.4260 in the beginning and when Euro moves to 1.4340 stop will
automatically move to 1.4300. When market goes up again to 1.4380 stop will automatically move to
1.4340 and when market reaches 1.4420 stop will move to 1.4380. If the market reverses from 1.4450,
you will get stopped out at 1.4380.

Understanding Swap / Rollover Interest
Trader has to pay or may earn rollover interest or swap on a trade carried forward overnight. Interest
rate in Euro zone is 0.25% and in Australia it is 4.5%. If you are buying EUR/AUD you are actually
buying EUR which has low interest and selling AUD which has higher interest. Since you are actually
borrowing AUD, you end up paying the interest rate difference between EUR and AUD as rollover
charges. If you are selling AUD against EUR you will earn the Swap. Forex brokers have a strange way
of calculating this swap and traders always earn less swap then what they pay. One can ignore the
swap in most of the cases except when the interest rate difference between 2 countries is 3% or more.
The above explanation holds good for Spot Trading only.
Future prices always have the swap component inbuilt in the price quote and hence there is no charges
for carry forward.

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Demo Trading using Meta Trader Platform

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Different Brokers offer different trading platforms. Meta Trader is the most common and user
friendly platform offered by many FX brokers. If you learn one platform, you can easily understand
other platforms too. Following are the guidelines to use MT4 platform. (Meta Trader version4) Some
brokers these days offer advanced Mt5 too. I find Mt4 more user friendly than MT5
Go to and register for a free demo. Click on the link given in thank you page to
download and install Mt4 platform. The same Trade Station can be used for Live account too.
Your Trade Platform should look like the image below. If it looks slightly different, you can set it up
according to the image below. You can a add a window by clicking on View and selecting the window.
For example click on View on top of the screen and select navigator. If the navigator window already
exists, it will disappear. If it doesn't exist, it will appear.





Chart Window


Terminal Window

You can see 4 windows in the trade platform.
1st window is called Market Watch.
Right click on this window and select View all .It will show all currency pairs and CFDs the platform
Right click again and select High/Low. You will see the day high and day low.
If the numbers are not clear, click and drag and increase the width of the market watch window.
You can move the currency pairs up or down by clicking and dragging. You can delete the currency
pairs which you may not like to trade just by selecting and pressing delete key.
Next window is Chart window. You can minimize or maximize chart window by
clicking on the centre ikon
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You can click on the 2nd ikon and change the chart to candle sticks. You can zoom in or zoom out
by clicking on + or -

Navigator window appears below market watch. Incase you don't see navigator, just click on View on
top and select Navigator.

You can click on Indicators and select any indicator for the chart
You can click on Expert Advisor and attach EA (Trade Robot) to the chart. I have explained more about
Trade Robots in Chapter 13
You can trade multiple accounts in the same platform and switch over from 1 account to the other by
clicking on the account number
The lowest window is called Terminal Window. You see Trade / Account History / News / Alerts /
Mailbox / Journal

If you click on Trade, you can see your open Positions, Equity, Margin / Free Margin etc. It shows how
much margin is available for usage. Equity is balance minus floating loss or balance plus floating
Account History shows history of your closed trades. By right clicking, you can view the history for
current date, last week or entire history or for any particular period. This history can be saved too as an
HTML file just by right clicking and selecting 'save as'
'News' gives lot of news from around the world and economic data releases.

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Alert is for people who want to get sound alerts. If you are not in front of the computer or doing some
other work on the computer, you may wish to get an alert when the price reaches a certain level. For
example if you have an open position in euro at 1.4140 you would want the system to give sound alert
when euro reaches 1.4190. you can right click and select create and create an alert for Euro. Similarly,
you can create as many alerts as you wish to.
Mail box is for your Broker to send emails to you.
Journal records every activity of yours. If you had changed a stop loss or kept a new entry, journal will
show the same with time.
Making a Trade
Double Click on the currency pair in the market watch window. A Window appears like this.

Select the qty. If you want to trade 1 mini lot, select the quantity as 0.10 If you want to trade 1 Standard
lot select the quantity as 1.0
You can keep stop loss and profit while opening the trade or even after opening the positions.
To make a trade at market rate select instant execution. If you want to leave a limit order select
pending order and accordingly leave a buy limit or sell limit. You Can leave buy stop or sell stop orders
Changing Entry Orders, stop Loss or T/P or deleting Orders
You can leave stop loss or profit limit after opening a trade. You can change the stop loss or profit limit
too. Just right click on the trade and select Modify or Delete Order.
You can leave trailing stops by selecting Trailing Stops. You can close an open position by selecting
Close Order.
Deviation from quoted price
You find this option in the order window. You may get new quotes when market is moving very fast.
For example you clicked on Euro buy at 1.4300 but by the time order reaches broker, the price might
have changed to 1.4301 and you will get a new quote. If you had chosen maximum deviation from
quoted price as 1 pip, the broker would have bought it at 1.4301 without giving you a new quote.
During data releases you can keep deviation as 3 to 5 pips to avoid getting new quotes.
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Risk Management
One must decide how much risk to take in a trade before opening a trade. People who open the trade
without an escape plan are sure to lose in the forex trading. I have been approached by many forex
traders who were holding bad positions. One should not make a trade without having an escape plan.
One common mistake committed by most losers in forex trading is to take a higher risk for lower
profits. Their statements show lot of trades with small profits and very few trades with very big loss.
But Loss > Profits. These traders lose profits of 10 trades in a single loss making trade.
One must follow buy low and sell high strategy. If you are buying close to day high, you may have to
keep a big stop loss and small profit target. RRR (Risk to Reward Ratio) doesn't hold well for these
trades. If you are buying close to day low or selling close to day high, you can keep a 40 pip stop loss
for a target of 50 pips. Taking 40 pips risk for a 30 pip profits is also ok if your entry is good.
Making too many trades in a pair is risky. Buying USD against many pairs can increase your risk.
Incase of USD fall, you may lose in all trades. The same applies for cross trades. Buying USD/JPY,
CAD/JPY, AUD/JPY, EUR/JPY at the same time is not advisable. In case USD/JPY falls you may lose in
all your open positions because USD/JPY movement affects all Yen crosses.
Risking a big percentage of your account in a single trade or in a single day also must be avoided.
People who understand money management and risk management will never get into call margin.
You can take risks based on the strength of the signals too. If signal is weak you can trade with small
quantity and when you get strong signals you can go for high leverage trades. You need not depend on
charts or indicators to measure the strength of the signal, but can listen to your gut feeling too. In
cricket we say “Sixers win matches. In forex too, few good trades will make you a winner. A good
trade is the one that can recover losses of 20 trades.
Take only that much risk in a trade which you can afford. If your exposure is less, you may not feel
nervous or panic when the market moves against you. Nervous mind makes sure you lose in forex.

Money Management
Money Management in forex is mainly limited to using leverage. If your broker is offering 1:100
leverage that means you can open a standard lot with a $1000 account. With a standard lot one cannot
even hold a position for 100 pip loss. If a trader is expecting to double the money once a year, he/she
needs to make just 1 trade with 1:10 leverage and make 1000 pips profits. People who trade with
standard lots in accounts smaller than $10,000 don't stay in the business for more than a week or
month. Trading mini lots is also not safe unless the trader is very experienced. For a day trader a
recommended leverage is 1:5 to 1:20. That means with a $1000 account you may trade 5 micro lots to
maximum 2 mini lots. One can use different quantity depending on the strength of the signals or risk to
reward ratio.
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not advisable. You may use a leverage of 1:5 for this trade. Let us take an example of a Euro trade
which is bought very close to a strong support level. If the risk is 20 pips and reward is 50 pips or higher
you may go for 1:20 leverage and open 2 mini lots. Rarely do we get opportunities where signal is too
strong. I recommend 'Sell your farm and buy the currency' and high leverage for those trades with
leverage as high as 1:50. When you are using high leverage you must make sure you don't risk more
than 2% to 3% of your account balance.
People who do averaging business (averaging is dangerous if you don't know how to handle an adverse
move) may run out of margin money when market gives better entries. I knew a Trader who started
buying USD/JPY at 120 he had no money left when the pair reached 101 and he started selling at that
level. Market bounced back to 110 in few days but this Trader could not take benefit of this move as he
had already hedged or closed his positions.
Reduce the quantity and leverage when your account is in negative. Mostly people try to recover the
losses quickly by increasing the leverage which will result only in more losses.

Emotional Management
This is the toughest job in forex trading. Most of the traders fail in this. Failure to manage emotions is
the main reason for loss of capital. My 'Theory of Fear and Hope' explains this better.
When the market is in his favor, trader has a fear that market may bounce back and he may lose the
profits. Because of this fear he tends to take profits quickly. When the market is moving against, he
will have a hope that market will bounce back to cost. Therefore, he will hold on to his position.
Because of this fear and hope you will notice that most of the traders take fewer profits and incur large
Frustrations too cause lot of losses. When market touches stop loss first and then bounces back to
target, one gets frustrated and tries to recover the money quickly with a quick trade. Most of the time,
these trades are not well planned. It comes from a frustrated mind. The more he trades the more he
loses. Even a trader with very high experience may get in to these kinds of problems and lose money in
forex trading.
One of the biggest mistakes the traders do is trying to recover big losses quickly. They tend to over
trade when the account is under heavy loss. The account will collapse much faster due to over trading,
thereby increasing the stress of the trader.
Make it a habit not to trade when you are under stress. If you can't stop trading, reduce the quantity.
Trying to recover the losses quickly will result in account getting wiped out. If a $10,000 account
becomes $5000 trader will try to bring it back to $10,000 doing same quantity of trades. No, you must
trade this account like how you would have traded a new $5,000 account.
Forex Trading is 20% technical and 80% psychological. Traders mostly lose due to emotion related
problems than the adverse market movements. Try to follow these guidelines which could reduce your
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* Be brave. Develop the courage to buy low sell high. When Indian stock market fell to 8000, there
were no buyers. With index at 17,000 now every investor is buying stocks. Do not try to gather courage
looking at other investors.
* Take a break from trading. If you are losing in many consecutive trades, stop trading for a week and
stop looking at the market too.
* Do not sit and stare at the market all the time. Keep alerts and watch market only when it is necessary.
Watching market when you have no open position is harmless. When your positions are in profits, you
may feel like taking profits quickly if you sit and watch your profit making positions.
* Do not trade when you have stress due to non trading related problems. A personal problem could
affect your account badly
* Do not trade if you had a lack of sleep or if you are drunk. One bad night resulted in a bad trading day
because of which I lost a mega championship in forex trading. I would have won the contest for the 2nd
time if I had not lost money that day when I traveled and traded with a drowsy mind.
* Do not panic when you are in loss. Be prepared for the market to take out your stop loss. Do not keep
moving the stop loss away from the market. Never change stop loss. You can move the stop loss closer
to your entry but never away from it.
* Do not have strong beliefs. Be flexible. Do not be stubborn. If you are bullish Euro today, you can
become bearish tomorrow. Change as market changes trend. Listen to your gut feelings, but don't have
too much trust on them either.
* Best way to repair your damaged account is to hand it over to an expert to trade. I can repair other's
damaged accounts more easily than accounts damaged by myself. When an account goes under loss, it
puts lot of pressure on the trader and unless he repairs his mind, he cannot repair the account.
* When in stress, reduce trading volume. Normally a trader who had a bad day will try to recover all the
losses quickly and goes for huge trades. That can be disastrous.
* Do not try to make huge profits quickly. That will make you over trade.
* Never sit and pray in front of the trade station to move the currency pair in your favor.
* God is too busy to help you in forex trading. Do not disturb him.
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In my humble opinion, no one loses in forex trading because of the market moving against them. I
cannot think of any other reason for people losing money in forex trading but for the reasons stated
Over Trading. Opening too many positions or opening large quantity is considered as over trading.

Do not open more than 3 currency pairs at a time.
Trading with high leverage.

If you trade with leverage of 1:50 or more chances are very high that you
make big profits and lose everything in no time
Buy High Sell Low. Traders take too much time to decide on the trade and when the currency pair

reaches day high, all indicators may point northwards giving a buy signal. Never buy close to day high
and never sell close to day low. I have heard many traders saying “I am very unlucky. The moment I
buy, the currency starts falling and the moment I sell it starts going up'. They experience this because
they buy high and sell low, not because they are unlucky.
Taking high risk for small profits. This is a very common mistake made by most of the forex traders.

They keep taking small profits and when the market moves against them they hold on to the positions.
They lose profits of 10 trades in 1 loss making trade
Getting married to a position. Holding a loss making position for long time is called getting married

to a position. Most of the people do this in equity market too. They may buy something at Rs. 100 and
may hold on to it when it falls through 90,80,70,60…3,2,1 They will never cut loss.

Scalpers make too many trades and go for very small profits. They get in and out very
quickly. I have never come across any scalper making money consistently in forex trading.
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Fundamental Analysis

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Can one make money in forex trading using fundamental analysis? In my opinion, “No”.
Fundamentals don't really work in forex trading. I can give 100s of examples. Fundamentally speaking
a currency should strengthen when the interest rate of a country rises. But we normally see market
moving in opposite direction. How many times have we seen market moving in opposite direction after
the data? How many times have we seen a positive US data making US dollar weak or negative US data
making US dollar strong? We normally read in the financial journals “US Dollar strengthened due
to…” or “ US dollar weakened due to growing concern over Job market” I agree that if a job less rate is
going up it signifies that the economic condition of a country is deteriorating. But why does currency
get stronger next day after the data? Does economy stop shrinking in a day? We read in news wire that
Euro and GBP fell due to Dubai crisis. But next day both started moving upwards. Is the crisis over in 1
day? USD fell after 9/11 attack. But after few hours the uptrend continued. I can give 1000s of
examples for market moving in opposite direction of the data. This clearly shows how dangerous it is to
trade based on fundamentals.
I did not mean that one must ignore data releases. We always see good movement after data releases. I
have listed some of the data that can move market well. One may ignore the data but not the timings.
Use the data effect for taking a position or closing the positions. Move stop loss closer to market and
secure your profits. We hardly see any data changing the mid term trend of the market. We can only see
data and news changing the short term trend. In forex short term means few minutes to 1 or 2 days.
I do many 'low risk high reward' trades during data. If there is an important data from UK, I may sell
GBP seconds before the data with 20 pips stop loss and 100 pips target. That is if mid term trend of GBP
is down. If data is good, my stop may get stopped and I may lose 20 pips and if data is bad, I may make
100 pips or more.
Be prepared for a sudden big move during data releases. Either move the stop close to market to avoid a
big loss or remove profit limit and go for big profits.

Speeches and Interventions
Market moves during Central bank Governors or Finance Ministers of a country give speeches. This
movement depends on how optimistic or how pessimistic they are about their economy. A positive talk
may result in strengthening of the currency and negative tone may bring the currency down. Mr.
Sakakibara, former finance minister of Japan was better known as Mr. Yen because his words could
move Yen hundreds of pips.
Sometimes the finance ministry officials or ministers issue statements saying strong currency is not in
the interest of the country. These statements are termed as verbal interventions and market may react
quickly. When usd/yen moves close to 80 we normally see these kind of verbal intervention.
Switzerland Finance Ministry intervened when EUR/CHF fell and also when USD/CHF fell below
parity. Traders who hold positions in the opposite direction must be careful and keep tight stop losses.
For example if you are holding USD/JPY short at 81 there is a high possibility of stops touching quickly
when some one from the ministry comments on the currency.

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Interventions by Central banks can move a currency pair 1000s of pips. Bank of Japan conducted
currency interventions many times when the USD/JPY was trading around 120. They kept intervening
around 100 too. But then they let the market decide the currency value and let it fall below 100. One
must never trust a central bank and bet heavily on a currency pair. I have seen people who believed
Bank of Japan would not let USD/JPY fall, bought this pair heavily, and lost money.
I recommend joining forex forums and read the postings every day to know what is happening in the
forex market. Most of the traders who post their trades there are newbies. So, do not copy their trades.
But you will get lot of information in the forum which will help you understand forex market better

Economic Indicators
Every country releases many economic data in a week that reflects the health of their economy. Some
of the data can move their currency to a large extent. Interest rate announcements, Jobs data and
inflation data are the ones that can cause huge movements in the market. Data releases have fixed
timings and you can visit to find out the timings of these data releases.
Interest Rate Announcement: Fundamentally speaking if a country raises interest rate, it's currency
should become strong. Currency may move up before the announcement if forecast is rate rise and after
the announcement currency may fall. Market is more interested in knowing the future interest rate than
the present rate. Normally interest rate announcements are followed with press conference by the
Federal bank chairperson. Whatever the chairperson says normally has huge impact in the currency
market as market tries to find the future direction of the interest rate from his/her speech.
Federal bank meeting minutes : Federal banks release their meeting minutes that could indicate
future direction of that country's interest rate. This data can have a major impact on the market
Jobless Rate: Jobs data is a very important data that can move market 100 to 500 pips. If the data is
worse than or better than expected, market may easily move over 100 pips. If data is as expected we
may see movements in both the directions and later continue in it's original trend.
Non Farm Payrolls (NFP) : US data which is released at 8 30 am NY time on the 1st Friday of the
month is a big market mover. This data is about the jobs added or lost in the non farm sector.
GDP: Gross Domestic product data indicates the growth in a country. If a GDP figure comes negative
for two consecutive quarters, then technically that country is in recession.
Inflation or CPI : Consumer Price index indicates the inflation in the country and hints at future rate
change in the country. Higher inflation data indicates tightening of interest rates and that is currency
positive. CPI is also known as the cost of living index.
PPI – Producer Price Index. This is linked to CPI and gives an indication if the CPI is going up or down
Retail Sales : This index measures the total sale of goods by all retail establishments.
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Chicago Purchasing manager's Index (PMI) : This index is based on the survey of Purchasing
managers of manufacturing industry in Chicago area. This data helps to forecast the results of much
more closely watched ISM index.
Consumer Confidence Index : A survey of consumers about their opinion of market conditions and
economy with respect to spending and affordability.
Employment Cost Index (ECI) : This index measures change in the cost of labor including wages,
salaries and benefits.
Trade Balance : This report measures the difference between exports and imports of a country. It is
healthy for a country to have trade surplus. USA has a trade deficit of more than 25 Billion dollars a
month. That means their monthly imports exceed the monthly exports by over 25 Billion Dollars!
Durable Good Orders : This index measures the dollar volume of orders, shipments and unfilled
orders of durable goods. This report gives an information on demand for US manufactured durable
goods from both domestic and foreign sources.
Existing Home Sales : This report measures the selling of pre owned houses. This is an indicator of
activity in the housing sector.
New Home Sales : This measures the number of newly constructed homes.
Housing Starts and Building Permits : A measure of number of residential buildings on which
construction has begun each month.
Industrial Production and Capacity Utilization : Industrial production index is a measure of
physical output of nation's factories, mines and other utilities. The Capacity utilization rate measures
the proportion of plant and equipment capacity used in production by these industries.
Initial Claims : An index that tracks the number of people filing first time claims for state
unemployment benefits.
ISM Manufacturing Index: This index is based on survey of 300 purchasing managers nationwide
representing various industries regarding manufacturing activity.
ISM Services Index : This index is based on survey of purchasing executives in services sector. This
is also called Non manufacturing ISM.
Personal Income and consumption : Income that households receives from all sources.
Philadelphia Fed : Manufacturing index of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.
Beige Book : Banks collect information on current economic conditions by interviewing Bankers,
businessmen, economists and other sources. FED uses this report along with other indicators to
determine their monetary policy. Beige Book is normally released 2 weeks before FOMC meeting

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Quarterly Tankan survey of business sentiment : This is a quarterly survey of business confidence
released by the Bank of Japan showing the status of the Japanese economy. This report is released in
April, July, October and december. This is a Very important data which can stronly influence Japan
Stock market and USD/JPY / JPy crosses.
IFO business climate survey / index : Monthly business sentiment report issued by Germany. As a
largest economy in the euro zone, Germany contributes nearly 25% of the GDP of the Euro zone. This
data moves Euro significantly.

Trading During Data and News
Forex trading can be too risky during data releases as the market moves really fast and spread gets
widened. Data or news can take out your stops in seconds or can double your account in few minutes
too. Sometimes market may not show a clear direction after data and swing in both sides. One must
trade with caution during data.
If you are holding a position, move the stop loss to 10 to 20 pips closer to market price. For example, if
you are holding GBP/USD long at 1.6000 and market price is 1.6060 and if a data is expected in few
minutes, you cannot predict if the GBP will rise or fall. It is advisable to move your stop loss to 1.6040
seconds before data. Make sure you don't leave a profit limit close to the market price. After the data,
you could see a sudden dip in the price and you may get stopped out at 1.6040 resulting in 40 pips
profits or GBP may move in your favor giving you a huge profit in few minutes. Sometimes market
may show uncertianity and price may dip, take out your stop and then start moving higher giving you
some frustration.

Making quick money during data
You may try few triks during important data. These tricks work well during important data like interest
rate announcement, NFP, Jobs or GDP. If data is from Europe or UK You can open EUR/USD long and
GBP/USD short minutes before the data and keep 20 pips stop loss for both. After data, you could see a
100 pips movement in few minutes giving you 20 pips stop loss in one currencypair and 100 pips
profits in the other. If data is from Australia, you can buy AUD/CHF and sell EUR/AUD or any other
AUD cross. You can also hold both buy and sell position in AUD/USD at the same time if your
platform supports hedging. One position may get stopped out resulting in 20 pips loss and the other
may give you 100+ pips. If the data is from Japan you may try Yen crosses. Yen crosses move much
more than USD/JPY.
There is a risk of getting stopped out in both the positions if the data is as expected and if the market is
confused. In such cases, currency pair may move up a little, take out your sell stop and then fall only to
take out your buy stop.

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Technical Analysis

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In my humble Opinion, one can make money in Forex trading only with Technical Analysis combined
with Money Management and Risk Management techniques. In my 15 years of Forex Trading
experience, I haven't come across any forex trader who has made money with Fundamental Analysis.
I have also come across people who are very much addicted to indicators and ignore Risk
Management. Remember, charts follow prices but price doesn't follow Charts. Elliot waves theory has
millions of fans worldwide and I read somewhere on net that the inventor Mr Elliot died in a mental
asylum and he was totally broke at the time of his death. I am not trying to discourage traders from
using Eliot waves or any other indicators but just like to warn that too much dependency on the charts is
not good.
Instead of focusing too much on different indicators and different charting patterns, it is better to
analyze the market based on candle stick charts and one or 2 indicators. In my Technical Analysis
chapter, I have covered few candle stick chart patterns and some indicators. Any layman can
understand these chart patterns in a day and that will be good enough to make money in forex trading if
applied with proper money management and risk management techniques. Forex trading is 20%
technical and 80% psychological. I wish to stress on the fact here that expert technical analysts too fail
in forex trading but not those disciplined traders who have mastered money management, risk
management and emotional management.
Four types of charts that are normally used are bar chart, candle stick charts, point and figure and line
charts. I have covered only the candle stick charts which is the most popular among all. They are also
called Japanese candle stick charts because Japanese invented them.
Candle Stick Chart patterns
I have shown a bullish candle which has a hollow body and bearish candle that has a solid body. In
some charts you may see bullish candle in Green and bearish candle in red. By going to chart
properties you can change the color combination to your choice.
Bullish candle is the one where closing price is above open price. In bearish candle the closing price is
below open price.

Bullish Candle

Bearish Candle




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Example. Let us look at a hourly candle stick chart. Say, GBP was at 1.4500 at 11 59 59 am. And the
price remains at 1.4500 at 12 noon, we can say the opening price of new candle is 1.4500. if it moves to
1.4560 and then fall to 1.4400 within next 1 hour the high for the candle will be shown as 1.4560 and
low for the candle is shown as 1.4400. At the end of that hour (at 1 pm) price is closed at 1.4440 we will
see a bearish candle because the closing price is below open price. Closing price of this candle will
normally become opening price of the next candle. If not, we call it as gap

Bearish Candle

Bullish Candle

Example of a gap
Let us assume that Friday evening GBP closed at 1.4440. If some important news comes out on that
weekend (normally G7 meeting or some other important news) which is GBP positive you may see
opening price as 1.4520. That means GBP opened with a gap of 80 pips.



Candle stick has 2 parts. Wick and the body. Thin line connecting High to
Close or Low to Open in a bullish candle is called wick. In bearish candle
the wick connects high to open and Low to Close.


Doji & Spinning Top

Doji and Spinning Tops both indicate neutral trend or uncertain trend.This
could also mean a bullish or bearish trend coming to an end. Both look
almost same except that Doji doesn’t have a body both opening price and
closing price are same and spinning top has a small body. Wicks will be of
same length on both the sides.

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Dragonfly Doji and Hammer

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Dragonfly doji has long wick at the bottom and no body at the top
(or close to the high) as the open and closing prices will remain
almost same. Hammer will have long wick and small body at the
top. Hammer is very bullish when it is formed after a significant
downtrend. Hammers formed after an uptrend are not bullish and
they are called hanging man.

Gravestone Doji & Shooting Star
These patterns are just inverse of dragonfly Doji and Hammer.
Shooting star is very bearish when it is formed after a significant
uptrend. Same applies to Gravestone Doji too.

Mostly we find hammer or Shooting Star at the turning point after a downmoveor upmove. One may
follow only the signals from hammer or shooting star from a 4 hourly chart or daily chart and make few
hundred pips profits everyday.
Hammer and Shooting Star occur due to ‘touch and pull back’ action of the market. Mostly when a
currency pair touches a support or resistance point and pulls back quickly, these candles are formed.
This quick pull back normally occurs due to heavy buying or selling orders at certain levels. Shooting
Star is formed when a currency pair falls to the support level and pulls back quickly. Hammer is
formed when a currency pair rises, touches resistance level and pulls back quickly. One can buy at the
closing level of shooting star and keep stop loss below the candle low or sell at the closing level of the
hammer and keep stop loss above candle high (add few pips extra to cover spread) as shown in the
images below.
Stop Loss
Stop Loss

There are hundreds of other candle stick formations which I normally ignore. Most of these patterns
indicate no clear direction or uncertainity or loss of momentum. They maynot help much in taking
entry but one can use them for exit. I do not wish to make my book look like an engineering college text
book with too many charts and complicated diagrams and hence I have covered only some important
candle stick patterns and indicators. I sincerely suggest not to go more deep in to charts and indicators
but focus more on strategy, money management and risk management.

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I recommend Fibonacci retracement (retracement means pull back) levels only for long term trading.
Fibonacci retracement levels are 38.2% , 50% and 61.8% We can use these levels as targets for a
correction. Let us look at the AUD/CHF weekly chart.

High 1.0349
High 0.9944

Low 0.9216


Low 0.7142

On 7th August 2011 AUD/CHF made a low of 0.7142 and on 5th February 2012 it made a high of
Total movement is 0.9944 - 0.7142 = 2802 pips
38.2% of 2802 is 1070
0.9944 -1070 pips = 0.8874
The pair corrected to 0.9216 only. that is less than 38.2 %
On 29th July 2012 it made a new high of 1.0349
Total Movement is 1.0349 - 0.7142 = 3207 pips.
38.2% of 3207 = 1225
If you sell around 1.03 1st Fibonacci target for this pair should be 1225 pips below 1.0349 which is
0.9124 but the pair has corrected only till 0.9440. We could see a correction to this level in coming days
But the pair is making higher lows each time indicating we could see new highs in the coming weeks.
There is no golden rule to say a currency pair has to retrace 38.2% or 50% or 61.8% . These levels are
good for keeping a target.
If the retracement exceeds 61.8% we can say that the trend has changed. In above case, technically,
AUD/CHF should be sold on any rally.

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Drawing Trend lines
Trend lines are normally drawn connecting 2 or more points at the lows and 2 or 3 points at the high as
shown in the image below. The lower line is also called support line and the upper line is called as
resistance line. Together they form the Trade Channel. Traders normally hold the buy position as long
as the currency remains above the lower trend line (support line) and if the lower trend line is broken,
they may exit the position on any pull back.


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You can observe that most of the times currencies make big moves after breaking the trend lines. You
can draw trend lines preferably in 4 hourly and daily charts to get the support and resistance levels.
Identify 2 or 3 peak points. Click on insert on the top of the trade station, select lines and select
trendline. Move the cursor to the 1st point and click and drag a line to the last point. The upper trend line
shows acts as a resistance line and lower trend line acts as a support line.
Trend lines can be ascending, descending or horizontal lines. See the illustration 3 where a line is
drawn connecting 2 daily lows.

In above illustration you can notice that currency pair touched resistance line and fell back. We can
also say that this pair has made a triple top. If this line is broken you can expect a big up move.
Support levels become resistance levels once breached and visa versa.
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Relative Strength Index (RSI)
RSI is one of the indicators that give indication of over bought or over sold levels. To attach RSI to any
chart, go to navigator window, click on indicators and right click on Relative strength index and select
attach. Default period normally 14. Do not change any parameters. You may note that currencies
normally stay between 30 and 70 levels. If the line touches or goes below 15, we can say that currency
pair is reaching over sold level. At or above 85 we can say currency is reaching over bought levels. You
may check RSI number in hourly, 4 hourly, daily, weekly or monthly charts. Longer the time duration,
bigger the pull back. When a currency reaches over bought or over sold levels in weekly chart, you may
see a pull back of 500 to 1000 pips. But one has to be ready to see a consolidation for a longer time
period before a pull back.

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Emotional Management is the toughest job in forex trading and failure is the reason for most of the
losses. Panic and frustrations cause more losses than the market moving against one's trades. Expert
Advisor or Trade robot is a solution for those who wish to automate the trading. Meta Trader platform
allows trades to automate trades using Expert Advisors. Many programmers have developed their own
Expert Advisors to trade automatically. If you search online for Expert advisors you may find 100s of
Expert Advisors and many of them claim huge profits in short duration. If a robot can make quick
profits, they can make quick losses too. One should choose a robot carefully and should not become a
victim of scams.
EA (as expert advisor is known) is normally a small file that is copied into the expert folder inside the
MT4 folder. This runs at the background and opens and closes trades automatically.
I have designed my own EA. I will be explaining how my robot works and the method to use the EA.
This will be helpful to use other EAs in the market too. EA is a small EX4 file. This is not an executable
file. You can not install it. You just need to copy paste the file into the experts folder inside the meta
trader folder. Normally MT4 gets installed inside program files in the C drive. So you need to click on
my computer first and select C drive and then click on Program Files. You will find the platform folder
there. Click on that and you will see a folder by name 'Experts' click on that and paste the .ex4 file into
this folder. Restart the Trade Station.
You will see the ex4 file you copied under experts in the navigator window. If you don't see the ex4 file,
click on the + sign next to Expert Advisor. You can attach the EA to all the currency pairs. Creator of the
EA tells you to which currency pair the EA should be attached and which time frame the chart should be

To attach the EA to a currency pair, right click on the currency pair in market watch window and select
Chart window. A chart will be opened. If chart is already there in the chart window you may skip this
step. Select the time frame. Normally creator of the EA will suggest which time frame the EA need to be
attached to. Right click on the EA and select attach to a chart. Do the selection as seen in the image and
click on OK.
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To run the EA make sure your Expert Advisor is turned on. If it is in Green, it means EA is running. If it
is in red, it means EA is turned off.


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How to Chose an EA
There are thousands of Robots sold in the market. Most of them make tall claims of earning 10% to
100% per month. Many websites will show false testimonials too. If a Robot can make 10% profits
consistently with extreme low risk, I consider it as a good Robot. A good Robot will not be sold for
less than US$200. There are websites selling Robots for US$ 20 to 50 and they claim returns of as
much as 100% per month. Why shoudl any one sell the Robot so cheap if it is really so good? I don't
mean to say that all the Robots that are priced above $200 are good. Get details about Robot like
strategy, total draw down..etc
I have designed 4 Robots. Each one has different strategy. My robot 1 is only for aggressive traders.
The settings are made to earn 40% to 60% per month profits. Stop loss is rare, but if touched can give a
loss of 21.6%. A huge movement without correction can wipe out the account. This is rare, but
possible. manual intervention can save the account in such market. But one can make 100% to 500%
profits before the account is wiped out. Profit withdrawn is profit made.
There are many robots made using stochastics and moving averages. Moving average is not a good
indicator for day trading. Most of the robots designed using moving averages fail to buy low sell high.
My Robot 3 can buy at day low and sell at day high.
You can trade along with the robot. This is like 2 people trading the same account. day trading is tough
and inconsistent. Robots are strongly recommended.

How to create your own trading robot?
If you have a strategy, trade the same manually for a month or two and then you can automate it. There
are many programmers who offer coding service in meta quotes language. It may cost you US$ 100 to
US$ 500 to create a Robot. You must test the robot minimum for 6 months in a demo account before
using the same in a live account.

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Forex brokers are regulated by some government/non government bodies in their respective countries.
NFA (National Futures Association) and CFTC (Commodity Futures Trading Commission) regulate
equity, forex and commodity brokers in USA. SFA (Securities and Futures Authority) is the regulating
body in Europe and UK brokers come under FSA (Financial Services Authority). In Hong Kong
HKMA (Hong Kong Monetary Authority) regulates brokers while MAS (monetary Authority of
Singapore) regulates Singapore brokers. SEBI regulates equity, commodity and Forex Brokers in
One should open account under reputed forex brokers only. They must study the background of the
Forex broker before opening a trading account with them. Some of the checks to be made before
choosing the broker are
1) Is the Broker regulated?
I know companies which are regulated brokers in equity but they run forex business illegally. If you
check their website, it may show that they are regulated by the monetary authority in their country. But
they may not have mentioned if they are regulated Forex broker. There are many Forex Brokers from
Indonesia who run business illegally from their marketing offices in middle east. As far as I know, there
are no forex companies in middle east. Most of the companies are just marketing offices of Forex
brokers based in some other country. Regulations in USA are not trader friendly. UK and Europe
companies are safe and convenient.
2) Is the trading platform user friendly?
Most of the brokers offer Meta Trader platform which is very good. Take a demo account and test the
platform before deciding on the broker. Some brokers make changes in the meta trader platform too and
make it hard for traders. They may not allow you to keep limit orders or stop loss orders near the market
price. If euro is quoted at 1.4100 / 1.4103 most of the platforms will not allow you to keep a buy limit at
1.4102. But they should allow you to keep a buy limit at 1.4100. Some platforms don't even allow buy
limit at 1.4095. Some brokers disable the Expert advisor feature. They are mostly
3) Withdrawals : Most of the brokers don't charge any withdrawal fee. They may take only the bank
wire transfer fee which is around $25. Even if their website says withdrawal will be given within 2
working days, most of the brokers give withdrawal within 24 hours. If you don't get withdrawal in time,
change the broker. If you don't get withdrawal in time, check with the broker when the money is sent.
There is a possibility that your bank has not credited the money to your account when your broker has
actually sent withdrawal in time.
4) Office in your city. This is not important at all. It won't take much time for a company to close the
office. Having an office in your city cannot guarantee you the safety of funds. So do not choose a broker
just because they have an office in your city. Since the business is totally internet based, offices will not
make much difference to the investor. Most of the companies have marketing offices in many countries
and it is easy to open offices in different countries. A big Forex broker may have clients in over 5000
cities and it is not feasible for them to open offices in every city.

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5) Check since when the company is in existence and what its capital base is. Most of the companies
have capital base of millions of dollars. Make sure the company is active from the last 3 years at least.
6) If you search online, you may read many bad remarks of big forex brokers. Do not make assumptions
based on those remarks. Many traders blame the brokers for their losses instead of blaming themselves
for the bad trading.
7) Regulated companies follow strict rules in account opening and funding formalities. If a company
accepts cash payments, be rest assured that the company is illegal. Regulated companies don't even
accept third party payments. That means you can't even fund your wife's or son's trading account. If the
account name doesn't match the name in the bank account from where the fund goes, the company
doesn't accept the payment. For example if the trading account name is Pravin Kumar and fund goes
from Praveen Kumar's account, they will not accept the funds. Same rule applies to withdrawals too.
8) Check the spreads offered by the broker. Broker must offer low spreads to make day trading easy.
Maximum spread offered normally are 3 pips in EUR/USD and USD/JPY and 4 pips in USD/CHF and
GBP/USD pairs
9) Demo trade in different platforms and see which broker offers faster execution.
10) Leverage need not be a criterion for choosing the broker. Most of the brokers offer 1:100 to 1:500
leverage. I don't recommend using high leverage. If the Broker is offering minimum 1:100 leverage,
that is good enough
11) Those who open accounts of $3000 or less must chose a Broker who allows micro lot trading too.
There are many Brokers who offer only standard accounts where one can trade mini lots, but not micro
lots. In case of loss, it is better to switch over to a micro account and try to bring the account up slowly
instead of losing the remaining capital quickly by trading mini or standard lots.
12) All the brokers who trade in Indian Rupee Futures have to be registered under SEBI. Make sure you
open account with SEBI regulated broker only.

Bucket Shops Vs Licensed Forex Brokers
Illegal Forex broking firms are called Bucket shops. There are many multi national bucket shops
operating in many countries. Loss is almost guaranteed if you trade with these companies. Investor
will never understand how and why he lost the money because bucket shops have their own way of
making a client lose. They offer huge commissions who work in their company. These employees make
their clients do over trading for the sake of earning commissions for themselves and make clients lose
money. People who trade with these brokers normally trade with high leverage and make some big
money initially but lose all the profits and capital much faster. No actual trading takes place in these
Bucket Shops will normally have posh offices. Do not judge the company looking at their office
ambience or listening to the sales talks. These companies may not run away with your money but they
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Online forex trading is a new business in India and offers a great scope for people to take up this as a part
time or full time profession. Whether an investor makes money or not, a forex professional will surely
make money. Not just few thousands, one can make millions by taking forex trading as a career.
Housewives and retired people can even take up forex trading as a home based job.
If I can have clients worldwide without even meeting anyone in person, one can have client base in their
own city by offering demo in forex trading. If people from South America and African continents
approach me for my trade signals, it is because they trust my knowledge and experience. To be a
successful forex professional one must develop a good knowledge in this business. By spending few
hours a day in reading and going through various web sites one can gain lot of knowledge in forex
trading. Visit forex forums and participate in discussions or just read other's comments.
Forex trading as a profession is ideal for people who work in the field of investments like Insurance,
Mutual Funds and the like. They can become independent traders or be Forexveda associates. I don't
recommend one to be an independent trader without gaining minimum of 3 years of experience in the
trading under expert guidance. Getting clients will not be difficult. All you have to do is learn the
business and teach the same to potential investors.
Housewives can offer their services to baby sit client's accounts. There are many investors who are
ready to invest but have no time to trade or run the trade robots. Forexveda can hire the services of
housewives who spend most of the time at home for the trading job. All they need is a good computer
system, good power back up and unlimited internet connection. If they can give demo of forex trading
at their place for their friends and relatives they can make extra money through referral commissions
too. Beauty of this business is one can make commissions every month as long as the client trades. A
Mutual Fund advisor may earn 0.5% per year on his client's investments but a forex professional may
earn 5% to 10% per month on client's investments. Most of the times, introducers or intermediaries
earn more than the investors. I had a single client when I started trading in forex and I used to earn
US$2000 to US$ 4000 per month from a single client. I still have clients whom I have never met who
give me an income of US$ 10 to US$20 per day without even taking my services. Forex companies pay
me the rebates just because the client mentioned my name in the column ‘where did you hear about us?’
Do not join Forex MLMs. These companies normally offer huge commissions for introducing
investors. The companies usually disappear after 1 or 2 years and the introducers may get in to legal
problems. One can spend few hours social media sites like facebook and linked in and get clients.

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Take your profits and run
This is a popular saying in Forex trading and all forex traders must follow this. I have seen many forex
traders trying to grow their capital and later lose all the profits and initial capital. It is advisable to
withdraw profits till you get back your initial investment. It is not at all advisable to keep your profits
in the account. One can even open a sub account and keep transferring the profits to the sub account
Getting married to a position
Holding a loss making position for a long time is called getting married to a position. In equity trading
most of the traders do it. But in forex trading if someone develops this habit of getting married to a
position he is sure to lose and quit forex.
You can never say where the high or low for a currency pair is. The equity market for instance. When
the index is at 20,000 nobody can imagine the market falling to 5000. But 18000 may look possible. At
18,000, 16000 may look possible. At 16,000, 14000 may look likely…and so on. Everything is
possible in speculative business. USD/JPY is trading around 89.00 now. We can never say that this pair
can never go to 150 or 50. Both the numbers may look impossible now but after few years we may see
yen at those levels. So if you are buying equity when index is at 20000, you should be prepared to see
the market at 10,000 or lower and must have an escape plan. Most of the traders sit and cry after market
moves to a level which they never expected.
Sell Rumor Buy Fact
You always see market moving during data. Many times market moves in opposite direction of the
data. This is because the rumor makes the market move before the news and once the news comes out
market moves in opposite direction. If a central bank is scheduled to meet to take a decision in interest
rate rise, market may move the currency of that country up before the announcement comes. After the
announcement, you may see the currency falling. This happens in the market very often. Do not sit and
wonder why the market moved in the opposite direction for the data.
Plan your trade and Trade your plan
This is very important for a trader to succeed in any speculative business. One can achieve this with a
strict discipline. It is ok to lose money by sticking to your original trading plan then make money by
changing the trade. People who lose in forex either don't plan their trades properly or they don't stick to
their original plan. My 'Hope and fear theory explains the reasons behind this mistake.
I wish to end my book with this key note. No one loses in forex trading because of market moving
against them. They lose only because of few trading mistakes they do which are explained in my book.
It is not important how many trades you get right and how many wrong trades you do. It is important
how much you make when you are right and how much do you lose when you are wrong.

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Appreciation: A currency is said to appreciate when it strengthens in value
Ask : Asking Price. Buying price for a trader . Selling price of Forex Broker
Asset Allocation: Investment practice that allocates funds among different markets in order to diversify
thus reducing risk.
Balance of Trade: The value of a country's exports minus its imports.
Base Currency: The currency which is the base for quotes. Example: in EUR/USD Euro is the base
Basis : Difference between Future price and Spot price for a particular month.
Bear Market: A falling market where prices decline. If one is bearish US dollar it means he/she expects
USD to lose its value against other currencies.
Bid: Offer Price. Selling price for a trader (non market maker). Buying price of forex Broker
Bid/Ask Spread: The difference between the bid and the ask or Selling price minus Buying price
BOC : Bank of Canada, Central Bank of Canada
BOE : Bank of England, Central Bank of UK
BOJ : Bank of Japan, Central Bank of Japan
Breakout : Changein trade signal from buy to sell or sell to buy generated by a technical indicator.
Broker: Financial Institutions that offers to buy or sell currencies.
Bull Market: A rising market where prices go up. If one is bullish US dollar it means he/she expects the
USD to strengthen its value against other currencies.
Cable: Slang for GBP/USD
Call Rate: The overnight inter bank interest rate.
Cash Market: The market for the purchase and sale of currencies in physical form.
Central Bank: The Government institution that manages a country’s monetary policy. For example
Reserve Bank of India or Federal reserve
Commission: A transaction fee charged by a broker.
Convertible Currency: Currency which can be freely exchanged for other currencies or
gold without special authorization from the appropriate central bank.
Counter party: The customer or bank with whom a foreign exchange deal is made. The term is also used
in interest and currency swaps markets to refer to a participant in a swap exchange.
Cross Rate: An exchange rate between two currencies excluding USD. Example: GBP/JPY.
Currency Risk: The risk of incurring losses resulting from an adverse change in exchange rate.
Currency Swap: a foreign exchange agreement between two parties to exchange principal and fixed
rate interest.
Currency Option: Option contract which gives the option or right to buy or sell a currency with another
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Day Trading: Opening and closing the trades on a same day. .
Deficit: A negative balance of trade or payments. Example if Import>exports, it creates trade deficit.
Deflation: An economic condition whereby prices for consumer goods fall.
Economic Indicator: A government issued statistic that indicates current economic condition. Example
– Unemployment data, Gross Domestic Product (GDP), Consumer Price Index (inflation), Consumer
sentiment etc
European Central Bank (ECB): The Central Bank of the European Monetary Union
Fed : Short form for Federal Reserve, The Central Bank of the United States.
Flat : Holding no buy or sell position.
Foreign Exchange Swap: Simultaneous purchase and sale of identical amounts of one currency for
another with two different value dates (spot and forward)
Forward Contract: An agreement between two parties to buy or sell an asset on a future date for a
certain price agreed on the date of contract
Fundamental analysis: Analyzing the economy of a country based on Economic indicators with the
objective of determining future movements in a financial market.
Futures Contract: An obligation to exchange a good or an instrument at a set price on a future date.
Hedge: A position established in one market in an attempt to offset exposure to the price risk of an equal
but opposite obligation or position in another market
Inflation: An economic condition whereby prices for consumer goods rise
Limit order: An order (standing instruction to the broker) to buy at a specific price or to sell at a specific
Liquidity: The ability of a market to accept large transaction with minimal or no impact on price
Long position: Buy Position. If a trader has bought Euro/USD we can say he is long EUR/USD
Loonie : Slang for Canadian Dollar
Margin : Customer’s deposit with the Broker as a collateral to cover any potential losses from adverse
movements in prices.
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Margin call: A request from a broker or a dealer for additional funds or other collateral to guarantee
performance on a position that has moved against the customer.
Market Maker: A dealer who quotes both a buy and a sell price in a financial instrument or commodity
and always prepared to buy or sell at those stated bid and ask prices.
Offer: The price or rate at which a trader is prepared to sell.
Open Interest : Total number of derivative contracts for a particular month which are not closed or
Open position: A deal that has not been settled by physical payment or reversed by an equal and
opposite deal of the same value.
Over the Counter (OTC): Any transaction that is not conducted over an exchange
Pip – Price interest Point : This is the smallest price change in a currency. Pip is also known as tick or
point in the market.
Pip Value : Pip value varies according to the lot size. In GBP/USD 1 pip is $10 per standard lot or $1 per
mini lot and $0.10 for a micro lot. In USD/JPY pip value is 1000 Yens for a standard lot, 100 yens for a
mini lot and 10 yens for a micro lot
Pip spread : Difference in Bid and ask (buy and sell price) is called spread. If the broker is quoting
GBP/USD as 1.6105-1.6109, spread is 4 pips.
Resistance : A price level at which lot of selling is taking place.
Risk Capital : An amount you can afford to lose.
Short: Sell Position. If a trader has a sell position in EUR/USD we can say he is short EUR/USD
Spread: The difference between the bid and offer (ask) price.
Square up : Closing an open position.
Support: price level at which lot of buying is taking place.
Tick : Minimum change in the price of a currency pair or security.
US Prime Rate : The rate at which US banks will lend to their prime corporate customers.
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