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What do our signals include?
👉Symbol: Name of the currency pair to trade
👉Type of order: Whether to Buy or Sell
👉Entry-level (pending orders)
👉Take profit (TP)
👉Timeframe and copy of chart containing part of our analysis.
How do you receive signals?
👉Received signals in real-time via.
👉Mobile app – (Android App & IOS) coming soon
What is a Currency Pair?
A currency pair is the quotation of two different currencies. In all currency pairs, the first currency is known as the base currency and the second currency is known as the quote currency. The currency pair mentioned in our signals is the currency pair the signal relates to.
What is a Stop-Loss (SL)?
A stop-loss is an advance order to close an open trade when it reaches a particular price point. When the market moves against you and reaches the stop loss level, the trade will automatically be closed resulting in you losing money. Critical: Alway have a stop loss, stop loss ensures that your losses are always mitigated.
What is Take-Profit (TP)?
This operates much like a stop-loss order but in reverse. When you have an open trade and the market moves in your favor and reaches the take profit price point, the trade will automatically be closed resulting in you making money.