Long short ratio forex


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Good for the Day order (GFD) – A good for day order remains active in the market until the end of the trading day, in Forex the trading day ends at 5:55pm EST or New York time. The exact time a GFD expires might vary from broker to broker, so always check with your broker.

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The basic idea of trading the markets is to buy low and sell high or sell high and buy low. I know that probably sounds a little weird to you because you are probably thinking “how can I sell something that I don’t own?” Well, in the Forex market when you sell a currency pair you are actually buying the quote currency (the second currency in the pair) and selling the base currency (the first currency in the pair).

If you had looked at this chart first, would you still have been so quick to go short when you were trading on the 65-minute chart?

Always remember: when you enter or exit a trade you have to deal with the spread of the bid/ask price. Thus, when you buy a currency you will use the ask price and when you sell a currency you use the bid price.

Market order – A market order is an order that is placed ‘at the market’ and it’s executed instantly at the best available price.

If the EURUSD is currently trading at and you want to go sell the market if it reaches , you can place a limit sell order and then when / if the market touches it will fill you short. Thus, the limit sell order is placed ABOVE current market price. If you want to buy the EURUSD at and the market is trading at , you would place your limit buy order at and then if the market hits that level it will fill you long. Thus the limit buy order is placed BELOW current market price.

Stop Entry order – A stop-entry order is placed to buy above the current market price or sell below it. For example, if you want to trade long but you want to enter on a breakout of a resistance area, you would place your buy stop just above the resistance and you would get filled as price moves up into your stop entry order. The opposite holds true for a sell-stop entry if you want to sell the market.

Traders will often say I am 89 Going short. 89 or 89 Go short. 89 to indicate their interest in shorting a particular asset.

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