Traders pay close attention to economic events by using an economic calendar. However, just having the release schedule for economic news and events is not enough.
This lesson we start by breaking down important economic events by currency, period, and market impact. We will discuss how economic events can impact currencies and which currencies are most affected by economic events.
We will guide you how to incorporate the economic calendar into your daily and weekly trading routine. We will showcase how to anticipate when major movements occur, then prepare and capitalize on that volatility by using Supply and Demand imbalances.
Lesson 2: Economics and Forex
This lesson explains why fundamental data is essential to Forex traders as well as what kind of economic activity are crucial in affecting price movements. These include interest rates, interest rate differentials, economic growth, and sentiment regarding the US-Dollar. We will explain why Interest rates are one of the most critical elements that affect currency prices. On top, we will give insights on why interest rates have been the most used tool that central banks use as a throttle or break on their economies.
Also, we will look into a particular trade that involves the analysis of interest rate differentials as a primary decision point in evaluating a potential trade. This type of trade that we are going to discuss is called "Carry trade." We will outline a scheme how and when you can benefit from a "Carry Trade" using Supply and Demand.
Lesson 3: Correlations
What is currency and commodity correlation and how do we benefit from it in Forex trading? To be an effective Forex trader and to recognize your exposure, it is essential to understand how different currency pairs and commodities move in relation to each other. In this lesson, we will show you how to eliminate double exposure by using our correlation matrix.
We will pinpoint existing correlations between certain commodities and currencies. On top, we will demonstrate how these correlations help reducing risk through diversification and increase the probability of success when existing correlations are used to enter a trade.
Interlinking our powerful Supply and Demand strategy with existing correlations will help our decision-making process and give us further confidence when entering a trade.
Lesson 4: Seasonality in the Forex market
Commodities are critical resources in world growth, and they impact global inflation. This lesson focuses on what the Forex trader should know about the commodity connection to currencies. In particular, we will look into why Gold price movements are essential for Forex traders to understand.
We will uncover the predictable behaviors of some currencies and commodities throughout the season. In this lesson, we explain why seasonality is an essential concept in the world of Forex trading. We will highlight how seasonality in conjunction with our powerful Supply and Demand strategy can increase the probability and the reward of a trade.