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Your starting guide on price action and Japanese candlesticks

Inside the realm of technical analysis, there is only one king. His name is “Price Action.” This is the first subject a beginner trader should need to master.

Simply put, price action is the movement of the price in relation to time. All the transactions within an instrument create a summarized chart, and this is the most important indicator that we have to analyze.

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Dimitrios Gourtzilidis

Dimitrios Gourtzilidis

I write about trading the markets and finance in general. https://linktr.ee/DimitriosOnline

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