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How to Diversify Your Trading Portfolio? Basic Approach

Author: Maks Artemov

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Dear Clients and Partners,

Trading in financial markets can bring profit and losses in turns. There are plenty of reasons for losing money, starting with unpredictable behavior of assets and through an unwisely collected portfolio. This article is devoted to the latter reason, discussing basic approaches to diversifying your portfolio for decreasing risks and getting the maximum from the market.

We all know the saying: “Never put all the eggs in one basket”, and it perfectly describes the danger of undiversified portfolios. Putting all the eggs in one basket here means investing everything in one instrument and waiting for a profit. Practice shows that this strategy does not always work.

What is diversification?

In investment, diversification means distributing your investment capital among various financial instruments to decrease risks and increase profit. This approach helps to compensate for possible losses that emerge from a decline of one of your instruments by making a profit on your other instruments.

Until the 1950s, diversification principles in the stock market were limited by fundamental analysis (Graham and Dodd’s theory): people chose investment options by studying the business of issuers, almost neglecting risks.

In 1952, in the Journal of Finance there was published an article on collecting an investment portfolio by a young postgraduate Harry Markowitz. His ideas from the article and his PhD thesis became the base for the modern portfolio theory.

Markowitz described a fully mathematical approach to forming an investment portfolio that allows choosing assets based on the profit/risk ratio. In 1990, he won the Nobel prize for his research.
In this article, I will not describe Markowitz’s ideas or the statistical aspect of forming a portfolio because these are the topic for a different, much more detailed talk. Before starting such a talk, you will need to understand the basic principles of diversification to avoid putting all the eggs in one basket already at this stage.

Basic diversification principles for an investment portfolio

In the modern world, all the branches of the economy cannot be growing at once. Hence, investors need to distribute their capital in such a way that in the case of a slump of an asset or group of assets in one sector of the economy the portfolio still generated a profit.

The basic diversification principle presumes distributing your investment capital among the shares of companies from different branches of the economy, as well as among various financial instruments.

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How to Trade with Bulls Power and Bears Power Indicators?

Author: Victor Gryazin

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Dear Clients and Partners,

This article is devoted to using two indicators: Bulls Power and Bears Power – in financial markets. These indicators are meant for measuring the strength of trends.

How do Bulls Power and Bears Power work?

These indicators were created by a famous trader and the author of the book “Elder Triple Screen” Alexander Elder. They help estimate the current power balance of buyers and sellers and catch the moment when bears/bulls are getting weaker. The combination of these indicators is also known as the Elder Ray.

Bulls Power demonstrates the strength of bulls in the market. It compares the highs with the Exponential Moving Average. If the Bulls Power histogram is above zero and growing, this means buyers are holding the price above the EMA, and bulls are now stronger than bears. And vice versa, if the histogram is declining, dropping below zero, this indicates the predominance of bears.

Bears Power, in its turn, demonstrates the strength of bears in the market. It compares the lows with the EMA. If the Bears Power histogram is below zero and declining, this means sellers are holding the price below the EMA, and bears are now stronger than bulls. However, if the histogram starts growing and rises above zero, this means bulls are in control of the market.

In essence, Bulls Power and Bears Power are irregular oscillators. They appear in separate windows under the price chart. They look like bar histograms with the central line at zero. To determine the direction of the active trend, Elder recommends adding to the chart an EMA (13), drawn by close prices.

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Installing and setting up the indicators

Bulls Power and Bears Power are included in many popular trading terminals. To install the indicator to the chart of your financial instrument in MetaTrader 4 or MetaTrader 5, go to the Main Menu: Insert/Indicators/Oscillators/Bulls Power and Bears Power.

The formulae of the indicators look as follows:

Bulls Power = HIGH - EMA (13)
Bears Power = LOW - EMA (13)

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MACD – Trading the Trend Strategy

Author: Andrey Goilov

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Dear Clients and Partners,

This trading method using Moving Averages works well with strong market movements. You must have already heard that trading the trend usually yields brilliant results; and if you add an oscillator, you get a full-scale trading strategy.

An indicator-based strategy is attractive because it has strict entry and exit rules. And if the trader uses graphic analysis, they usually have to analyze charts looking for price patterns, as well as subjectively evaluate the market situation.

Today, I will be telling you about a strategy used on M30 and H1. It allows placing close Stop Losses and trading intraday.

About the strategy MACD – Trading the Trend

The strategy is based on three Moving Averages, and MAs are the best indicator showing the market trend. Knowing the trend, you will know the direction of your work. As an additional signal source, the MACD is used. The strategy suits GBP/USD, AUD/USD, EUR/USD.

Parameters of the trading strategy

The strategy demonstrates the best results on H1 and M30. To get started, prepare the chart and add some indicators with certain parameters.

  • MA (85) is a Linear Weighted MA with period 85, apply to: Low, color: blue.
  • MA (75) is a Linear Weighted MA with period 75, apply to: Low, color: dark-blue.
  • MA (5) is a Linear Weighted MA with period 5, apply to: Low, color: yellow.
  • MACD (15, 26, 1) is the MACD with fast EMA (15), slow EMA (26), MACD SMA – 1.


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A signal to buy by the strategy

The main signal to open a trade is a breakaway of the two slow MAs by the fast one, while the MACD will be used as an extra filter. The crossing of two MAs is a simple signal for a change of the trend. In this case, we expect a downtrend to come to an end and an uptrend to start, which means it is time to buy.

The parameters for entering a buying trend are as follows:

  1. The MA (5) crosses the MA (85) and (75) from below, signifying a change of the trend.
  2. The MACD values are above zero, indicating the presence of an uptrend.


Let us study an example with the currency pair NZD/USD. We see that the price was resting below the slow MAs, indicating a downtrend, but at some point it broke through the MAs, then the fast MA did the same, aiming upwards, indicating a change of a downtrend for an uptrend.

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How to Trade Hanging Man and Inverted Hammer?

Author: Victor Gryazin

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Dear Clients and Partners,

This overview is devoted to two reversal patterns from candlestick analysis — the Hanging Man and Inverted Hammer. Appearing on the chart, the patterns might precede a correction or reversal.

How do the patterns form?

The Hanging Man and Inverted Hammer are candlestick analysis patterns. Candlestick analysis began in Japan, and Steve Nison, famous trader and analyst, became its active apologet. Being informative and very visual, candlestick analysis is fairly popular among traders.

How the Hanging Man forms

The Hanging Man reversal pattern forms at the price's highs after an ascending movent. The pattern looks like a candlestick with a small body (the color does not matter) with a small upper shadow or none at all — and an extremely long lower shadow, at least double the size of the body. The Japanese must, indeed, have seen the figure of a hanged person in this pattern and thus gave it such a grave name.

The idea of the Hanging Man is as follows. At some point, a massive sale of the asset happens; then buyers try to get the quotations back to the highs, which is indicated by the long lower shadow. A dubious moment comes: bears are active and ready to counter-attack but bulls still have the vigor and hope to win the battle.

The clue to who will win is the manner in which the candlestick following the Hanging Man closes. If this is a bearish candlestick with the close price below the Hanging Man's body, this means the reversal pattern has formed fully, so we may count on further falling. Otherwise, if bulls manage to close the day in their own favor, the pattern is not considered confirmed: the reversal signal is canceled, and the uptrend is likely to continue.

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How the Inverted Hammer forms

The Inverted Hammer reversal pattern is a mirror reflection of the Hanging Man. It appears at the lows of the price chart in a downtrend. The pattern is a candlestick with a modest body (the color does not matter), with a small lower shadow or no shadow at all — and a very long upper shadow, at least twice as long as the body. It resembles a hammer with its handle looking up, which, naturally, gave the pattern its name.

The pattern works the following way. In a downtrend, active buying bursts out at some point, which is confirmed by the long upper shadow of the candlestick. The market becomes uncertain: bulls try to capture the in

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RoboForex receives the “Best Mobile Trading App (Global)” Award from "Global Forex Awards 2021 - B2B"

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Dear Clients and Partners,

RoboForex has won a prestigious annual award from Global Forex Awards 2021 - B2B in the “Best Mobile Trading App (Global)” nomination. The winners were announced on June 4th, 2021. We’d like to thank everyone who voted for us!

We realize that in the modern world many traders appreciate mobility and the opportunity to trade not only from their desktop computers but also using smartphones at any time and any place. Therefore, we continue developing this area and try to make our application, R MobileTrader, better and more comfortable for our clients every year.

R MobileTrader is a comprehensive mobile workstation for traders with a set of intuitive management tools, access to analytics and forecasts, the opportunity to perform trading operations, deposit and withdraw funds. In case the clients have any questions, they can contact our multilingual 24/7 Live Support through the application at any moment.

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Start trading through the best application according to "Global Forex Awards 2021 - B2B" right now and see for yourself that it's worth this title!

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How to Trade in Forex during Crises?

Author: Maks Artemov

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Dear Clients and Partners,

In times of crises in the gloval or local economy, traders have only questions: how to trade and make money? Should one pay attention to currency pairs — or invest in protective assets, such as gold, right away? Which trading strategies to use?

Before answering these questions, let me remind you that Forex, unlike, other markets, always feature liquidity and volatility. If the stock market might be experiencing certain lull, currency pairs keep trading all the time, and in crises, they are almost always in trends (ascending or descending). However, even this rule has exceptions.

The next idea should neither be news to you: trading in crises, especially in a highly volatile market, implies increased risks. They will also be touched upon in this article.

And now let us look at some examples of how crises can influence currency prices and how we can use it in trading.

Types of crises and examples of trading

A crisis can emerge at the global level (the COVID-19 pandemic is a good example) as well as at the local one. One example of the latter type is natural disasters.

Such events cause damage to the infrastructure and people's homes, goods supply, transport, and manufacturing. As a rule, the country becomes unable to produce and export goods because it spend all of its resources on recovery.

In most cases, the country's national currency starts falling. This gives a chance to sell pairs containing this currency. However, the beginning of such falling, not to mention its end, is rather hard to predict. The currency might even not react to the natural disaster.

Let us look at the example of AUD/USD and GBP/USD during floods in Australia and Great Britain in March and June 2012. While the Australian dollar demonstrated a serious slump, the pound remained in a flat.

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AUD/USD chart during the flood in Australian in March, 2012

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GBP/USD chart during the flood in England in June 2012

The movements of national currencies depend on the scale of the disaster and the country's readiness to cope with the consequences. As seen on the charts below, we cannot always evaluate these factors fully. It seems that in such circumstances, the only reliable strategy is scalping or intraday trading. However, sometimes in crises, the market allows to trade medium and long run. In the end, everything depends on the trader’s ability to assess the macroeconomic situation correctly.

As one example, take the debt crisis of Europe in 2009-2010. The trigger was the economic crisis in Greece, and market panic ragged the common European currency down. At that tie, the euro lost up to 20% of its price.

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How to Become a Day Trader?

Author: Andrey Goilov

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Dear Clients and Partners,

Traders can be compared to drivers: some drive fast, while some move around in no hurry. Beginners face some engine malfunctions in the middle of traffic and freak out when having to drive at the countryside. Some enjoy driving at night while for others, such driving is a challenge.

There are as many trading options as driving experiences in the example above. Some trade intraday, some prefer week charts and wait for their trades for months, while stock investors can wait for their profit for years.

This article is devoted to day traders - those who try to squeeze all the juices out of the market over a short time.

Who is a day trader?

A day trader is a one who makes a lot of trades during the day to make maximum profit on short-term market fluctuations. As a rule, positions are held for several seconds to several hours but are always closed before the end of the day not to transfer risks to the night-time or non-working hours of the platform.

How to become a day trader?

Trading intraday needs knowledge, experience, emotional stability, and the ability to make decisions fast. All this can be acquired with time; however, do not rush at the market right after you learnt some tech analysis or got trained in trading psychology. Only all of these aspects taken together make any sense.

If you want to become a day trader, keep in mind the following:

Practical knowledge

You need an excellent understanding of tech analysis and all instruments used for analyzing graphic patterns, trade volume, and trend direction.

Among the most wide-spread indicators used by short-term traders, there are support/resistance levels, the MACD for divergences, the Moving Average, etc.

Some traders would use ready-made trading systems based on a combination of indicators, while others would trade graphic patterns on small timeframes; a separate category trades based on their experience and instinct.

Day trading: advantages and drawbacks

In the stock market, the advantage of short-term trading is the fact that positions are not influenced by the probability of negative night events that can disturb the price noticeably. Such news might be important profit and losses reports, as well as the information about an increase or decrease in the rating of information agencies. Such news normally emerge before the market opens or after it closes.

Trading currency pairs, the day trader is also insured from drastic price movements against them at night time, when news emerge. The trader's dream will be as calm as ever, and they will not rush at checking the terminal and their trades right upon waking up.

Bottom line

Day trading entails increased psychological load that, however, decreases with time. To be always with a profit, a day trader needs to make a lot of trades every day and trail a lot of trading instruments, have deep knowledge of tech analysis and make trading decisions fast.

Day trading is not a path for beginners, but neither it is an unachievable elite group. Follow its principles, practice on demo accounts, train your psychological stability, and you will succeed.

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How to Trade AUD/USD Currency Pair?

Author: Victor Gryazin

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Dear Clients and Partners,

AUD/USD means the Australian dollar vs the US dollar. It is one of For example majors. This article is devoted to factors influencing the dynamics of AUD/USD quotations and get to know trading methods that suit the pair.

Some history

Australia is a young land discovered by European sailors in the 1600-1700s. In 1770, an English sailor and traveller James Cook research Australia, thus beginning it's colonization by Britain. The first British colony on the continent New South Wales was founded on January 26th, 1788. This day later became a national holiday, the Australia Day.

The Australian dollar, a decimal currency, went in circulation on February 14th, 1966, replacing the duodecimal Australian pound. The introduction of a new national currency was initiated by the CB - the Reserve Bank of Australia. The colloquial words for the AUD are Aussie and the Australian.

The Australian dollar is a popular currency that makes up for 5% of global currency trades. Such popularity can be explained by a rather high interest rate in Australia, free currency market, general stability of the economy and political system.

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Trading characteristics of AUD/USD

Trading characteristics of the pair are as follows:

  • Trading time: the pair trades all day long except weekend but is more active during the Pacific, Asian, and American trading sessions. At the Pacific and Asian sessions Australia publishes important economic news that can influence the pair, while the activity at the American session is explained by the influence of the USD.
  • The volatility of the pair is moderate, mostly showing moves of 50 to 70 points. However, in crises, when stock markets are falling, volatility can increase shortly to 100-200 points a day.
  • Spread: the pair is a popular major, and thanks to high demand and liquidity, it has minimal spread. On popular ECN accounts, spread is normally below 1 point.


Which factors influence the AUD/USD quotations?

The dynamics of AUD/USD is some kind of an indicator that compares the US and Australian economies. Here are the facts that have the most influence in the currency pair.

Monetary policies of the RBA and Fed

The policies of the Australian and American Central banks have the biggest influence over the pair. If the RBA decides to start a series of interest rate increases, while the Fed will keep the rate at its usual level, the AUD/USD will have a stimulus to grow. And vice versa: an increase in the rates made by the Fed and the lack of such an increase at the Australian side starts a downtrend in the quotations.

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RoboForex: important information regarding NVIDIA stock split on July 20th, 2021

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Dear Clients and Partners,

On July 19th, 2021, NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ: NVDA) will have its stock go through a 4 to 1 split.

A stock split is a corporate action, as a result of which the company increases the number of issued shares by a specific multiplier. The value of the portfolio consisting of these shares remains the same.

How it will influence positions and orders?

If you have open positions in NVDA or plan to open such positions, please pay attention to the following changes, which will be effective as of July 20th, 2021:

MetaTrader 4 / MetaTrader 5 real accounts:

  • All pending orders (Buy Limit, Buy Stop, Sell Limit, Sell Stop, Buy Stop Limit, Sell Stop Limit, Stop Loss, and Take Profit) in NVDA will be canceled before the trading session starts on July 20th, at 4:31 PM server time.
  • The opening price for all positions in NVDA on the account active on July 20th, at 3:00 PM server time will be divided by 4.
  • The volume of all open positions in NVDA on July 20th, at 3:00 PM server time will be multiplied by 4.

MetaTrader 4 / MetaTrader 5 demo accounts:

  • All pending orders (Buy Limit, Buy Stop, Sell Limit, Sell Stop, Buy Stop Limit, and Sell Stop Limit) in NVDA will be canceled before the trading session starts on July 20th, 4:31 PM server time.
  • All open positions in NVDA will be closed before the trading session starts on July 20th.

R Trader accounts

The split procedure will take place on July 20th, at 3:00 PM server time

  • During the split procedure, all active pending orders (Buy Limit, Sell Limit, Stop Loss, and Take Profit) in NVDA and NVDA.nq will be canceled.
  • The opening price for active positions in NVDA and NVDA.nq opened before July 20th, 3:00 PM server time will be divided by 4.
  • The volume of all positions in NVDA opened before July 20th, at 3:00 PM server time will be multiplied by 4.
  • If you have at least two open positions NVDA or NVDA.nq in the same direction and on the same account, they will be combined into one new position. This new position will have the opening price and a volume based on an average weighted price of all open positions held before the split.

Pay attention to Expert Advisors (EA)

If you use Exerts Advisors, (EA), we recommend you contact the developers to make sure they will work correctly after the split.

The historical charts of the above-mentioned instruments in your trading terminal will be updated to reflect the new prices. Please, take into account this information when planning your trading activity.

All other aspects of trading conditions shall remain intact.

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RoboForex adds 30 CFDs on Brazilian stocks to R Trader

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Dear Clients and Partners,

RoboForex has expanded the list of trading instruments in its innovative R Trader web terminal by making 30 CFDs on Brazilian stocks available for trading with tight spreads and low commissions! The list of new instruments includes such companies as AmBev (ABEV3), Banco Bradesco (BBDC4), Itau Unibanco (ITUB4), Petrobras (PETR4), and Vale (VALE3).

Conditions for trading CFDs on Brazilian stocks

  • Commission – from 0.1% (but not less than 10 BRL).
  • Spreads – from 0 pips.
  • Leverage – up to 1:5.
  • Trading time – from 4:10 to 10:55 PM (server time).


In addition to that, RoboForex offers you to trade over 3,000 real stocks and CFDs on stocks of the largest American, British, German, French companies, and others. RoboForex clients have the opportunity to invest in shares of Netflix, Google, Amazon, receive dividends, and participate in corporate actions. 100 USD on your account will be enough to start investing.

Start trading Stocks on competitive conditions right now!

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RoboForex gives away $1,100,000 among its clients and partners

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Dear Clients and Partners,

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Top-7 Oscillators for Trading

Author: Victor Gryazin

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Dear Clients and Partners,

Trading indicators have long become useful instruments in traders’ work. This article is devoted to seven popular oscillators that help detect the current market situation and give signals for opening and closing positions.

1. The MACD (Moving Average Convergence/Divergence)

This is one of the most popular oscillators. It was created by a famous trader and analyst Gerald Appel. As the name of the indicator tells us, the indicator is comprised of several MAs with different parameters.

The indicator is calculated in a separate window on the terminal desktop and consists of two lines, one of them presented by a bar histogram. A trading signal is basically a crossing of the two lines or a divergence of their extremes (highs and lows) with the price chart. A divergence might be predicting a correction or even a trend reversal.

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2. RSI (Relative Strength Index)

RSI is a normalized oscillator. The developer and popularizer of the indicator is J. Welles Wilder.

RSI shows the position of current prices compared to the previous period. It has become a great option for trading flats as it shows how much the price has deviated from its average.

RSI is displayed in a separate window under the chart of your asset. Trading signals are generated by levels 30, 50, and 70. The area above 70 is called overbought. There signals to sell appear. The area below 30 is called oversold, and there signals to buy emerge. If there is a bright trend in the market, use RSI by the trend only.

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3. The Stochastic Oscillator

The Stochastic Oscillator was created by a famous trader George Lane. He noted that prices move in some sort of cycles: going from one level to another, it sometimes becomes in turns oversold and overbought. The Stochastic shows whether buyers and sellers can close the day at the reached highs/lows.

Stochastic is a normalized oscillator, displayed in a separate window under the price chart and consisting of two lines: %K is fast and %D is slow. Values vary from 0% to 100%; at the levels of 20% and 80% signal lines are drawn. They single out the oversold (0-20%) and overbought (80-100%) areas. These areas are used for finding signals to buy and sell.

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How to Trade the Engulfing Pattern?

Author: Dmitriy Gurkovskiy

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Dear Clients and Partners,

This overview is devoted to the Engulfing pattern; to how it forms and works. This candlestick pattern is easy to note on the chart. It forecasts a reversal of the actual trend.

How does the Engulfing pattern form?

The Engulfing pattern is a reversal candlestick pattern that forms on the local highs and lows of the price chart in an uptrend or downtrend. It consists of two candlesticks: the first one has a relatively small body, while the second one is of the opposite color and has a larger body that fully covers (engulfs) the first candlestick.

In terms of the market behavior, an Engulfing pattern means that the actual trend is losing its power and tempo — the first candlestick demonstrates this. The previous movement loses strength, and the market balance is feeble.

The appearance of the next mighty candlestick of the pattern that engulfs the previous one and closes in the opposite direction, signifies the beginning of a correction that might even turn into a reversal of the current trend.

Types of the Engulfing pattern

Depending on the color of the second engulfing candlestick, two types of the pattern are sungled out: the Bullish engulfing and the Bearish engulfing.

Bullish engulfing

The pattern forms in a downtrend at the local lows of the price chart. The first small black candlestick of the pattern shows that bears are losing power; then a large white candlestick appears, fully engulfing the body of the first one. This means that bulls are advancing, feeling the bears' weakness.

Next thing, the price goes upwards, and an ascending correction starts. This is confirmed by the quotations rising higher than the high of the large bullish candlestick, the second one.

Bearish engulfing

The pattern forms in an ascending impulse at the local highs of the price chart. The first small white candlestick means that bulls are tired and need a pause. The large black candlestick that follows shows that bears are using their chance, counterattacking.

Then the quotations go down, and a descending correction starts. This is confirmed by falling under the low of the second candlestick, the large and white one.

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Closing thoughts

Reversal candlestick patterns called Bullish engulfing and Bearish engulfing form at the local extremes of the price chart in an uptrend or downtrend. They predict a possible correction or even a reversal.

The efficacy of the patterns increase in presence of certain enforcing factors and alongside tech analysis patterns, support/resistance levels, and signals of trading indicators. Before trading for real, practise the patterns on a demo account.

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RoboForex: important information regarding GE reverse stock split on July 30th, 2021

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Dear Clients and Partners,

On July 30th, 2021, General Electric (GE, GE.ny) will have its stock go through a reverse split with a ratio of 1:8.

A reverse stock split is a corporate action as a result of which the company reduces the number of issued shares by a specific multiplier and simultaneously increases the value of each share by that multiplier. GE's split for example will mean that a shareholder who had 8 shares that are worth 13 USD each or 104 USD in total will have 1 share worth 104 USD.

How will it influence positions and orders?

If you have open positions in GE or plan to open such positions, please pay attention to the following changes, which will happen between 31st of July and 2nd of August.

MetaTrader 4 / MetaTrader 5 accounts

  • All pending orders (Buy Limit, Buy Stop, Sell Limit, Sell Stop, Buy Stop Limit, Sell Stop Limit, Stop Loss and Take Profit) orders on GE will be cancelled before the session opens at 16:31 on the 2nd of August.
  • The opening price of all positions that are open as of 15:00 (server time) on the 2nd of August on GE will be multiplied by 8.
  • The volume of all open positions on GE will be divided by 8.
  • In case the total exposition in GE is not a multiple of 8, the account will retain an open position with a volume that is a multiple of 8. The remaining volume will be closed at the last price of the 30th of July (Bid price will be used for Buy positions and Ask price for Sell positions).


Example:

In case you had one position with a total volume of 42 shares purchased at a price of 12, as of the 2nd of August, your account will have one open position with a volume of 5 and an opening price of 96 (12*8) and cash transaction with an amount equal to the result of closing the remaining 2 shares at the last price of the 30th of July.

In case you had several positions, they will all be combined into one position. The new position will have the opening price based on an average weighted price of all positions held before the split. If you had 3 following positions, 10 shares purchased at a price of 12; 20 shares purchased at a price of 12.5; 12 shares purchased at a price of 13, as of 2nd of August, your account will have:

  • an average weighted price of all positions is (10*12+20*12.5+12*13)/42= 12.52.
  • one open position with a volume of 5 and an opening price of 100.16 (12.52*8).
  • 2 positions closed with 0 result.
  • cash transaction with an amount equal to the result of closing the remaining 2 shares at the last price of the 30th of July.


In case the total exposition in GE is less than 8, the position will be closed at the last price of 30th of July (Bid price will be used for Buy positions and Ask price for Sell positions).

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The Split procedure will run on the server at 15:00 server time.

  • During the procedure, all active pending orders (Buy Limit, Sell Limit, Take Profit, and Stop Loss) for GE and GE.ny will be cancelled.
  • The opening price of all positions that are open as of 15:00 (server time) on the 2nd of August will be multiplied by 8.
  • The volume of all open positions will be divided by 8.
  • If you hold more than one position in any of those instruments in one direction, they will all be combined into one position. The new position will have the opening price and a volume based on an average weighted price of all positions held before the split.
  • In case a deal receives fractional shares, such shares will be liquidated for cash transaction - "Split cash correction". The volume of other deals for the related instrument will be reset to 0 and moved to History Tab.


Pay attention to Expert Advisors (EA)

If you are using an Expert Advisor (EA), we suggest that you double-check with its developers whether its code needs any modifications to ensure that the EA operates correctly after the stock split.

The historical charts in your trading terminal will be updated to reflect the new prices of the instruments. Please, take into account this information when planning your trading activity.

All other aspects of trading conditions shall remain the same unless otherwise stated.

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How to Trade VIX?

Author: Andrey Goilov

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Dear Clients and Partners,

Traders have always been trying to analyze and forecast future price movements. There are plenty of ways of making such forecasts and analyses. Some use chart patterns, some construct complicated trading systems based on indicators. However, there is always an alternative to all these approaches, which is VIX analysis.

This instrument is the index of future volatility of the US stock market. It is also known as "the fear index" because it can demonstrate the market sentiment. When the index values grow, this might mean that the market is expecting serious movements, such as corrections or even global crises. This information, in turn, can be used for making trading decisions.

This article is devoted to VIX and the ways of trading it and its derivatives.

What is VIX?

VIX, or the Volatility Index, was created in 1993 in Chicago Board Options Exchange. Speaking rather particularly, it represents the opinion of traders on the stock market behavior over the next 30 days.

VIX is calculated by the Black-Scholes formula based on 8 stocks from the S&P 500. VIX values can give an idea of how volatile next market movements will be, and this information, in turn, might help investors make a good trading decision.

Some say that market volatility will grow alone guide the growth of the index values. And if the index values are low, the market will remain stable, while any expectations of volatility surges or some malfunctions in the global economy will be useless.

For example, in March 2020, the index values rose extremely high, reaching the level of 2008 when the world got immersed in a tremendous economic crisis. Indeed, the beginning of 2020 was rather unstable, and investors were pretty scared, which resulted in a serious slump of stocks.

Now it is clear that while the market is falling deeper and deeper, panic and uncertainty among investors only grows, and VIX values rise. With VIX, you can try catching the beginning of panic as well as its potential end and start buying cheaper shares without any hurry.

How to trade VIX?

Most often, the fear index is invested in via ETFs or ETNs. Let us focus on some of the instruments.

ProShares VIX Short-Term Futures ETF (VIXY)

This is a rather popular instrument among other ETFs. It represents the volatility dynamics of VIX based on the S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures Index, which, in turn, consists of a set of short-term VIX futures.

However, I would recommend VIXY to experienced investors only. As a rule, when the investor understands well what they need, they either try to make a profit on the growth of the S&P 500 volatility or hedges from a significant market slump.

iPath B S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures ETN (VXX)

This one is a popular instrument among ETNs. It offers an access to a daily moving long position in VIX futures of the first and second month. VXX represents expectations of investors about the future direction of VIX at the moment when its futures expire.

The asset is volatile, and its movements can reach 10% a day, but high risks mean high potential profit that might be interesting for aggressive traders. Note that VIX movements may have no correlation with VXX, there is a certain lag.

Traders also note that VXX does not suit long positions but it still has negative correlation with the S&P 500. Hence, in large corrections, traders can make money on the growth of volatility with iPath B S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures ETN (VXX).

Closing thoughts

In essence, VIX represents the volatility of the US stock market. If its values rise high, investors are afraid of an approaching market correction. And if VIX values are low, this means investors are confident about future market growth.

Note that investments in VIX are thought to be risky, recommended to short-term and aggressive investors only. The "buy and hold" principle is useless here, you will have to keep tracking trades and market behavior on the whole to avoid serious losses.

The best time to invest in volatility is a financial crisis because market players will freak out and sell their assets, which will provoke the growth of volatility and a surge in VIX.

Do not forget about derivatives, such as ETFs and ETNs: they are available and east to sell and buy as any stocks in the marke.

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Best Medium-term Strategies: Larry Williams's Moving-Average Based Strategy

Author: Timofey Zuev

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Dear Clients and Partners,

Larry Williams described this strategy in his book "Long-term Secrets to Short-term Trading". It suits both Forex and other financial markets. With timeframes, things are more complicated: technically, the strategy suits TFs from M1 to MN but as long as from opening to closing the position more than one candlestick can pass, trading on small TFs can be unprofitable due to fixed spreads, like in Forex.

The desktop of Larry Williams strategy

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Explications:

  1. A Simple Moving Average drawn through High.
  2. A Simple Moving Average drawn through Low.
  3. Local highs of the SMA (High).
  4. Local lows of the SMA (Low).


As a result, we get a channel that will work by a special algorithm along the prevailing trend. The prevailing trend is the one that has recently renewed local extremes of the MAs. If the highs have been renewed, the trend is ascending; if the lows have been renewed, the trend is descending.

Signals to buy by the strategy

Larry Williams suggests the following conditions for buying: in an uptrend, open a position when the price touches the SMA (Low) and close it when the price touches the SMA (High). As soon as one trade is closed, open another one and keep going until the trend changes to descendin. If a signal to buy coincides with a trend reversal, skip the signal and start trading when the trend becomes ascending again.

An example of signals to buy:

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Note that in the picture, there are several buying opportunities, but keep in kind that only one position must be opened and closed before you open the next one.

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Multipliers for Stock Analysis: Reviewing Ebitda

Author: Maks Artemov

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Dear Clients and Partners,

In our previous articles, we’ve already discussed several market multipliers such as P/S, P/E, ROI, ROE and the ways they are calculated. This time, we’ll get acquainted with another one called Ebitda. Just like other multipliers, Ebitda provides insight into the company’s finances based on its performance.

The Ebitda multiplier – what is it?

Ebitda means “Earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization”. Basically, it’s the money earned by a company before all expenses. This multiplier was created way back in the eighties last century and has been used since then because it still appears relevant and can be applied for assessing the financial capabilities of business entities.

Big companies and corporations with massive expenses and assets, which they have been depreciating for a long time, find it very favourable to focus interested parties on the Ebitda coefficient. By doing this, they make their companies more attractive to investors. And vice versa, small companies with minor expenses and assets prefer not to showed their Ebitda multiplier, as it can ruin their investment appeal.

Quite often, Ebitda is coupled with a similar multiplier called Ebit, although they are calculated in different ways. Ebit implies “Earnings before interest and taxes”.

What does Ebitda show?

1.Efficiency of the company’s performance in comparison with its competitors in the industry. Just like many other multipliers, it won’t do any good comparing companies from different sectors.
2. Profitability. Whether there is any use in investing money in this particular company and what profit expectations it offers.
3. Profit expectations for paying expenses, amortization, and taxes. Can the company afford to pay all the above-mentioned and what profit will it have in the end?

Advantages and disadvantages of the Ebitda coefficient (multiplier)

Advantages:

1. It’s more accurate than other multipliers in determining the volume of money due to consideration of amortization.
2. It allows to compare companies with different tax deduction levels, capital structures, and amortization indicators.
3. It offers the opportunity to compare profits before tax and amortization. Based on them, one can draw a conclusion which company is better at optimizing their expenses.

Disadvantages:

1. There is no single calculation method. Calculations for different companies may vary a lot, hence the comparison is made with unsuspected errors.
2. It doesn’t take into account changes in the company’s working capital, thus leading to an incorrect volume of money, which is usually overestimated.
3. In the case of neglected capital expenses, it misinterprets the company’s actual capabilities to repay its debts.
4. The company’s accounting policy has a direct influence on the Ebitda coefficient.

How Ebitda is calculated

There are two of the most popular methods to calculate Ebitda:
Ebitda top-down = Revenues – Costs of goods (not including amortization) + Operating expenses

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How to Trade Master Candle Method Strategy

Author: Maks Artemov

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Dear Clients and Partners,

If someone was looking for a simple and easy-to-understand trading strategy, consider your search is over. Master Candle Method is a trading system based on one indicator and one only. It signals an opportunity for trading and shows spots where to enter and leave the market. The strategy is applicable for trading only GBP/USD and GBP/JPY pairs, and only on the Н1 timeframe.

Desktop of Master Candle Method

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A signal to buy in the Master Candle Method strategy

A signal appears when there is a candlestick on the chart with 4 more candlesticks being formed inside it. As soon as this condition is met, two dashes appear – the first one is black, above these candlesticks, the second dash is green, a bit higher, 3-candlestick long. Above this green dash, a pending buy order is placed with a 3-hour spread value. If a signal appeared and three candlesticks were formed after that but a pending order wasn’t triggered, this order should be removed.

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As you can see here, the first signal to buy wasn’t triggered because the Bid price didn’t touch the green dahs over the course of three hours after the signal appeared. However, in the second example, it was triggered.

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How to Become a Successful Partner of a Forex Broker?

Author: Andrey Goilov

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Dear Clients and Partners,

Alongside direct income on the Forex market, anyone, who is willing to, can become a partner of a brokerage company and get additional remuneration for attracting new clients to it. The more active (trading) clients a partner attracts, the bigger the remuneration, which may be considered as some kind of passive income.

As a rule, to become a broker’s partner, one must register on its website, get a link with a unique code and forward it to other traders, who do not have any accounts at this company yet.

Just like in any other activity and field, to become a successful partner one has to spend a lot of time and gain some experience. Brokerage services can be promoted in different ways: cutting-edge technologies allow you to quickly create your own website or YouTube channel, where you can post your ideas about financial markets and simple forecasts. However, it takes a lot of time to create quality content for website visitors and some money to promote and advertise it.

In this article, we’ll discuss how brokers’ partners can attract clients and succeed.

Methods to attract new clients

Unfortunately, there is no general scheme, according to which you will become one of the best partners of a broker with a high income. You should try different methods of attracting active clients and improve the areas that bring you the most profit.

There are several key channels that a partner can use to attract clients quickly and easily, such as:

  • Social networks
  • YouTube channels
  • Own websites


Now let’s take a closer look at each of them.

Social network pages and profiles

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This is one of the easiest ways to start working as a partner and find your audience. After creating a profile or a page in a social network that is popular in your region, you can devote it to financial news, publish trading ideas, or any other content useful for traders. For instance, posting examples of successful signals may help you to become popular both with beginners and more experienced traders.

Pages and content have to be constantly updated and promoted by means of advertising. After attracting plenty of visitors, you will be surely asked a lot of questions and one of them is where you prefer to trade and what company would you recommend to your subscribers. And here you can use an affiliate link you received after registering with a broker.

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RoboForex receives the “Most Transparent Broker (Global) 2021” award

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Dear Clients and Partners,

in 2021, RoboForex was nominated at the World Economic Magazine Award and received the title of “Most Transparent Broker (Global) 2021”.

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We know how much traders appreciate honest conditions and transparency of trading, that’s why we’re doing our best to make all financial processes as faultless as possible. Every month, RoboForex provides information about 5,000 anonymous transactions for analysis and confirmation of order execution quality. The company was successfully verified by Verify My Trade to confirm its compliance with the high standards of The Financial Commission.

Another achievement of RoboForex, the “Most Transparent Broker” nomination, proves that we’re moving in the right direction and motivates us to be better and more effective in improving the services and products we provide our clients with.

Start trading at RoboForex and experience the broker’s operation transparency first-hand!

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How to Use Aroon Indicator in Forex?

Author: Victor Gryazin

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Dear Clients and Partners,

This overview is devoted to an oscillator called Aroon. If helps detect the current trend and find entry points to the market.

Description of Aroon

Aroon is a trading indicator that belongs to the group of normalised oscillators. It was designed by a trader of Indian origin Tushar Chande in 1995 for assessing the market trend, whether it is strong or weak.

As long as Chande was born in India, the name of the indicator belongs to Indian mythology: in Sanskrit, Aroon means Charioteer of the Sun God or Light of the Morning Dawn.

Aroon contains of two main lines: Aroon-Up and Aroon-Down.

  • The Aroon-Up line is blue; it assesses from 0 to 100% the ratio of the number of periods (weeks, days, or hours, depending on the chosen timeframe) that have passed since the high appeared on the chart — and the period of the indicator. The less time passes since the last high appeared on the chart, the higher the Aroon-Up line goes.
  • The Aroon-Down line (red color) assesses from 0 to 100% the ratio of the number of periods (weeks, days, or hours, depending on the chosen timeframe) that have passed since the low appeared on the chart — and the period of the indicator. The less time passes since the last low appeared on the chart, the higher the Aroon-Down line goes.


The indicator is calculated in a separate window under the price chart. Through levels 30% and 70%, lines are drawn that help detect the current trend. If Aroon-Up goes above 70%, and Aroon-Down drops below 30%, this means the trend is ascending, bulls are dominating.

And vice versa: when Aroon-Up is below 30% and Aroon-Down rises above 70%, the trend is descending, and bears are in control.

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Closing thoughts

The Aroon indicator, created by an Indian trader Tushar Chande, helps detect the prevailing market trend. Also, it gives its own trading signals that should be used alongside classic methods of tech analysis, price patterns, Price Action for more reliability. Before you start trading for real, practice on a demo account.

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Doji Pattern: Types and Trading

Author: Victor Gryazin

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Dear Clients and Partners,

This overview is devoted to the types of the Doji pattern and ways of trading it. This is a candlestick pattern that appears on price charts from time to time and signals about an upcoming correction or a reversal of the current trend.

What is Doji?

Doji is a potentially reversal pattern consisting of one candlestick that gave it it's name. Doji candlesticks are extremely important tech analysis elements. It does not have a normal body because it's opening and closing prices nearly coincide, with a maximum difference of a couple of points.

When a Doji appears on the chart, it indicates a temporary balance, market uncertainty because neither bulls nor bears succeed in pushing the price this or that way

The place where a Doji forms on the chart is extremely important:

1. Doji in a flat. When this pattern is in the middle of the range, it gives no trading signals. In such a case, a Doji simply reflects temporary consolidation of the quotations before a new price impulse starts.

2. Doji at the market high indicates a possible reversal downwards. When this pattern appears after some growing white candlesticks, this might mean the ascending price impulse is nearly over. Setting new highs, bulls reachea a strong resistance area that they failed to break through. Now bears are ready to counterattack, provoking a descending correction or even a reversal downwards.

3. Doji at the market lows signals about a potential reversal upwards. When the pattern forms after declining black candlesticks, this might means the descending impulse is nearly over. Bears reached a strong support level where they faces bulls. Now the latter ones, seeing that their rivals are weak, are trying to turn the market upwards.

All in all, a Doji appearing at the highs or lows of the chart signals about a possible reversal.

Also, a Doji candlestick might be a part of several other reversal patterns; a pattern also called Doji can later transform into some other reversal candlestick combination.

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Bottom line

Doji is a potentially reversal pattern of candlestick analysis that forms on the local extremes of the price chart. It can work both on its own and as a part of other reversal patterns.

Before you begin real trading, backtest you understanding of Doji and practice on a demo account.

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How to Trade USD/RUB?

Author: Victor Gryazin

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Dear Clients and Partners,

USD/RUB is an exotic currency pair, in which the quoting currency - the Russian ruble - is the most interesting. The article is devoted to the characteristics if the pair and peculiarities of trading it.

General information about the ruble

Russian ruble is the currency of the Russian Federation. It is the second-oldest currency in the world after the British pound.

The modern ruble appeared in 1991. Later it underwent two monetary reforms: in 1993 and 1998. Since 2014, its exchange rate has been “floating”, which means it fully depends on the demand and supply in the currency market.

The Russian ruble is controlled by the Central bank of Russia along the regulations of the International Monetary Fund. Note that this monetary policy is explained by the development of Russian independent economy.

The Russian ruble takes the 18th place, or 0.70%, in the global currency turnover. To compare, the US dollar is number 1, taking up to 40% of the turnover; next goes the euro (30%), yuan (1.5%).

Trading peculiarities of the Russian ruble

On global trading platforms, the ruble is traded against the USD and EUR. Its trading peculiarities would be:

  • Periodic influence of Western sanctions since 2014;
  • Periodic influence of the commodity sector on the whole of Russian economy.


Both factors reflect in the exchange rate of the Russian ruble. Forex charts demonstrate quite significant volatility in the times of such events.

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In this chart, we can see the pair sky-rocketing in 2014 due to the Ukrainian events and imposing sanctions on Russia.

The growth lasted for almost 2 years. If the average daily volatility is about 30-50 kopecks, during that period it kept growing, reaching 27 rubles at times. Only the decisiveness of the CB and interest rates lifted by 17% managed to stop this.

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What Happens to Oil Market over 2021?

Author: Anna Rostova

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Dear Clients and Partners,

In 2021, the oil market has been in turmoil. It seems that this will not change in the nearest future. Let us look into detail.

Is there actually demand?

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The International Energy Agency thinks that in 2021, oil demand will end up at 96.2 million barrel a day. Tye last revision gave slightly worse digits that initially.

In June, global demand extended to 3.8 million barrel a day because the mobility of people and business in Europe and North America increased. However, in July, worse pandemic conditions made the demand shrink.

All expectation concerning the demand have to deal with the pandemic. The latter prescribes its conditions. Some European countries started imposing certain restrictions again because the number of people falling prey to the new Delta strain is increasing. This type of the coronavirus is more aggressive than the previous one.

There are fears about the virus spreading through Asia. New Zealand has already started a lockdown; situations in China and Japan are threatening. The digits are not as large, yet the very trend is scary.

Australia has thrown its defense forces for watching out during curfew in Sydney. In Japan, regardless of the state of emergency in some prefectures, the daily number of the infected beats records of 100,000 people.

As long as Delta dictates its conditions to consumers and business, global commodity suppliers will not manage to increase sales.

There is one more detail to pay attention to. India starts selling oil from strategic reserves. This is done to empty a part of space (about 30%) to be used further by private companies. India is supposed to sell about 10 million barrels a day extra. These volumes will partially smooth out supply shortage, though this problem has become less acute then before.

Oil reserves in China have been decreasing for four months in a row. In July, they dropped by 224,000 barrels a day. This is weird: China is one of the largest global oil importers. The phenomenon is described by statistics that shows that industrial production in the country has worsened alongside retail sales.

Also, there is OPEC+ that increases production every month, trying to return to the supply market what has been taken away before.

Taken together, supply is quite abundant, while demand is still questionable. Nothing promises stabilization here.

Do not forget OPEC+

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By September 2022, OPEC and countries that joined it, will have returned 5.8 million barrels of oil a day to the market. These are volumes that have been taken out of the market to balance oil prices. Now things are getting back to what they were like.

August through the end of 2021, the market will be supplied by 400,000 barrels a day. The speed is more than moderate, which allows for keeping a close eye on the demand and avoiding excessive pressure on the quotations.

Quite recently, US authorities asked OPEC+ for further increasing production: in the USA, gasoline prices are growing, which worsens inflation pressure and possibly slows down economic growth. Washington is nervous and is looking for ways of decreasing the pressure.

The easiest way out is to contract with large suppliers about a general increase in production. However, OPEC+ countries decided to avoid hasty steps and refused.

Incident OPEC+, they think that oil markets do not need more crude material than they have now. This year, a barrel of Brent has already grown by 35%. Some say that OPEC+ holds back production, trying to reach their own goals, such as never let the quotations fall to fast.

If we admit that oil supply will be extending too fast, investors and capital markets will face a decrease in commodity prices.

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RoboForex: changes in trading schedule (Late Summer Bank Holiday in the United Kingdom)

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Dear Clients and Partners,

We’re informing you that due to the public holiday in the United Kingdom (Late Summer Bank Holiday) on August 30th 2021, several instruments will be traded according to the changed schedule*.

MetaTrader 4 / MetaTrader 5 platforms

Trading schedule on Russian GDRs

  • August 30th, 2021 - no trading.
  • August 31st, 2021 - trading starts as usual.

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Trading schedule on CFDs on UK stocks

  • August 30th, 2021 - no trading.
  • August 31st, 2021 - trading starts as usual.


Trading schedule on CFDs on UK100 index

* - This schedule is for informational purposes only and may be changed by the provider.

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