Working With Forex Charts
When using forex charts, there are a few things you should look at to see if that forex broker's charts are adequate for your trading system.
1. If you need to place 3 buy orders to go long on a currency, because you have 1 order that has a profit target, 1 that has a trailing stop and 1 that has a reversal stop, how easy is it to place these orders.
2. How easy is it for you to draw support and resistance lines and other notes on the forex chart?
3. Can you tell what forex positions you're in and how they're doing?
So keep these in mind when looking at your forex charts.
It will make trading more convenient and practical.
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