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If you want to start investing in the financial markets you need to understand the meaning of the words ‘Bull’ and ‘Bear’ markets. This is because they describe the major forces at work within the market which can directly affect your portfolio.

Candlestick charts are many traders’ favourite way of looking at price movements of a share or commodity. Let’s take a closer look and see how to identify different types of candlestick patterns.

Forex trading is carried out across the planet, allowing traders to buy and sell currencies in a huge, highly liquid marketplace. This is one of the most active financial markets, with an average daily trading volume of $5 trillion. What forex tips do you need to know to get started in this area?

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What are bull and bear markets?

If you want to start investing in the financial markets you need to understand the meaning of the words ‘Bull’ and ‘Bear’ markets. This is because they describe the major forces at work within the market which can directly affect your portfolio.

How to Identify Different Types of Candlestick Patterns?

Candlestick charts are many traders’ favourite way of looking at price movements of a share or commodity. Let’s take a closer look and see how to identify different types of candlestick patterns.