The Charts

Timeslot schedules recommended that you select 1 hour, an interval is most often used for beginning traders with a small initial deposit. Visual analysis of the graphs provides the opportunity, without Pre-registration in dealing center: – visually familiar with the principles of forming diagrams used for the empirical analysis of financial markets – in real time to assess the dynamics, speed and direction of change in the cost of major currency pairs market Foreks – try to make a visual identification on the graphs of figures used in the empirical online trading – broker model orders for the opening and closing of positions in real time. Next on this site, the simulator is very useful to be posted schematics and brief descriptions of graphic shapes, which can be used in the empirical Internet trading. Trader is very useful to periodically 'refresh' in your graphic images of figures in order not to 'proshlyapit' them on the charts. For example, you can use these graphic shapes: 1.

The figure of 'springboard'. Graphic figure of the 'springboard'. belongs to a group of 'gold' pieces and fully complies with the requirements of this group. Represents a kind of figure, known in the classical theory of trading as a figure of 'double top ', but in the classical theory of trading is not presented. 2, figure 'carousel'. Graphic figures 'Carousel' also belongs to a group of 'gold' pieces and fully complies with the requirements of this group.

Represents a kind of figure, known in the classical theory of trading as a figure of 'diamond', but in the classical theory of trading is not presented. 3, the figure of 'head-to-shoulder'. Graphic figures 'head-to-shoulder' represented in the classical theory of trading. The undoubted advantages of this figure are fairly frequent her appearance on the charts and a high probability of execution. 4. The figure of 'horizontal sinusoidal flat'. Graphic figures 'horizontal sinusoidal flat' is represented in the classical theory of trading. This figure appears relatively rarely in the plots, but in such cases it must be used, as it has a fairly high probability of execution. 5. The figure of 'ascending triangle'. Graphic figures 'ascending triangle' is represented in the classical theory of trading. This figure appears relatively rarely on the charts, but in such cases it is necessary to use because it has a fairly high probability of execution.