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Backup your accounting data to the cloud, seamlessly, automatically and with ease of mind.

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Help your business to keep doing business—even during major IT outages. Deploy replication, failover, and recovery processes to help keep your applications running during planned and unplanned outages.

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Reduce your IT infrastructure overhead with this IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) solution on the cloud. No upfront hardware purchase, no end-of-life on physical servers.

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    €12.5 per month

    The eSoft Bronze package is a backup solution that takes your daily backup from your eSoft Application Server onto the cloud. These daily backups run automatically, without the need for any manual process required to start the backup process – you just install it once and leave it do its thing. See below some key features:

    • Serves as a form of off-site backup. Your data is not lost in the event of losing backups that are on the same infrastructure as your production servers.
    • Notification is sent if the backup sync process did not succeed successfully.
    • Your accounting application backup is securely stored on the cloud with Microsoft.
    • Designed to provide at least 99.999999999 % (11 9’s) durability of objects over a given year by keeping multiple copies of your data in one datacentre.
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    The eSoft Silver Package is a Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS) solution, giving you Business Continuity without the need to purchase expensive hardware or replicate your existing infrastructure for redundancy. Key features:

    • Ensure business continuity by keeping business apps and workloads running during outages.
    • Replicate workloads running on physical and virtual machines (VMs) from a primary site to a secondary location.
    • When an outage occurs at your primary site, you fail over to the secondary location, and access apps from there. After the primary location is running again, you can fail back to it.
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    The eSoft Gold Subscription takes your eSoft Applications onto the cloud, accessible anytime you need it from anywhere, on any device such as mobile or MAC and through any the browser. This is all done without maintaining eSoft on a physical server, you simply pay for the compute, memory and storage resources you use. On Microsoft Azure, your server is automatically shutdown during non-working hours, so you don’t pay for CPU or Memory resources while you don’t need the software. See below some key benefits of the Gold Subscription:

    • Powerful Server on the cloud, significantly reduced in cost by running the server only when needed.
    • Release the need to maintain physical hardware. No requirements such as server room or no aircon.
    • Redundancy on hardware faults is no longer your responsibility, Microsoft handles this as part of the IaaS.
    • Accessible through browser and on mobile (iOS and Android), MAC, Linux and of course Windows.
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    • Automatically Backup eSoft Data
    • Off-site availability
    • Notifications by Email
    • 99.9999999% durability

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    €42.5

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    • Bronze Package PLUS
    • Disaster Recovery as a Service
    • Business Continuity on eSoft Apps
    • Fractional cost vs traditional DR Implementation

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    Billed Per month
    • eSoft runs on the cloud
    • Reduced overhead on IT maintenance
    • No CAPEX on hardware
    • Hardware failures are no longer an issue
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    Dynamic Momentum Index Indicator| Indicator Series

    The dynamic momentum index (DMI) was developed by Tusher Chande, founder of the Chande Momentum Oscillator, and Stanley Kroll, a professional commodit...

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    Fibonacci Retracement Indicator | Indicator Series

    Fibonacci retracements are indicator tools that help identify support and resistance levels and potential trend retracements between these two levels....

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    Vortex Indicator | Indicator Series

    The Vortex indicator’s purpose is to discover trend reversals and was developed around 2009 or 2010 by market technicians, Etienne Botes and Dou...

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    Camarilla Pivot Point Indicator | Indicator Series

    The Camarilla pivot point indicator is an indicator that predicts 4 resistance (ceiling) and 4 support (floor) levels, and a pivot point for market pr...

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    Market Facilitation Index | Indicator Series

    Trading requires the use of tools that help the trader make accurate decisions by observing price change keenly. The Market Facilitation Index helps t...

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    Support And Resistance Indicator | Indicator Series

    The purpose of support and resistance indicators is to predict a pause or a reversal in an upward or downward trend due to supply and demand.  A ...

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    Bollinger Bands Width (BBW) Indicator | Indicator Series

    The Bollinger Bands indicator enables a trader to monitor a security’s volatility over time. It appears as two lines (“bands”) on yo...

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    Williams Fractal Indicator | Indicator Series

    The Williams fractal indicator was developed by Bill Williams, author of Trading Chaos, a series of books based on chaos theory in the trading of stoc...

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    McClellan Summation Index | Indicator Series

    The McClellan summation index, along with the McClellan oscillator, was developed in 1969 by Sherman McClellan, who earned his degrees in business adm...

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    Volatility Stop Indicator | Indicator Series

    Introduction to the Volatility Stop Indicator Visually, the Volatility Stop Indicator looks like a series of dots under your price bars during uptrend...

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    Dividend Yield Indicator | Indicator Series

    The dividend yield indicator shows a financial ratio of dividend versus the price that a company pays out yearly to its shareholders. It offers a meas...

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    InSide Bar Strategy Indicator | Indicator Series

    The Inside Bar Strategy indicator is a popular candlestick that guides traders on entries during a low-risk period. The strategy employs the use of a ...

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    Arnaud Legoux Moving Average Indicator | Indicator Series

    Moving average indicators have been termed as an entry-level tool that has limited capabilities. However, when the indicators are used appropriately, ...

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    Standard Deviation Indicator | Indicator

    Standard deviation is an indicator used by traders to statistically measure how widely prices are dispersed from the average price. The indicator give...

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    Choppiness Index (CHOP) Indicator | Indicator Series

    The Choppiness Index indicator is an indicator that measures a market’s choppiness rather than predicting future prices. This makes it a volatil...

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    Auto Fib Extension Indicator| Indicator Series

    Auto Fib Extension Indicator is a newly developed pine indicator based on the famous Trend-Based Fib Extension and Auto Fib Retracement indicator draw...

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    Coppock Curve Indicator | Indicator Series

    The Coppock Curve was developed in October 1962 by economist Edwin Coppock. This indicator is calculated using a 10-month weighted moving average that...

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    Connors RSI (CRSI) Indicator | Indicator Series

    Connors RSI (CRSI) is a technical momentum analysis indicator developed by Larry Conners to identify short-term overbought and oversold signals. The i...

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    Balance of Power | Indicator Series

    The Balance of power (BOP) indicator is a unique price-based indicator that measures the market’s strength by assessing buyer’s and seller...

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    Chop Zone Indicator | Indicator Series

    The Chop zone indicator is an indicator series used by traders to identify trends and choppiness in a market visually. The chop zone was derived from ...

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    Chande Kroll Stop Indicator | Indicator Series

    Chande Kroll Stop indicator series is a trend following indicator that automatically places protective stops based on upward and downward volatility i...

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    Williams Percent Range (Willian %R) Indicator | Indicator Series

    The William %R, also known as the William percentage is an indicator series that is a popular member of the “Oscillator” family of technic...

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    Aroon Indicator | Indicator Series

    In 1995, The Aroon indicator was developed by Tushar Chande, the founder of a few technical analysis tools such as the Chande Momentum Oscillator and ...

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    High-Low Index Indicator | Indicator Series

    The High-Low Index indicator compares stocks that are reaching their 52-week high with the stocks that are reaching their 52-week low in broad markets...

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    Tick Index Indicator | Indicator Series

    The tick index indicator is an indicator series used to measure the market’s health by comparing the number of stocks rising to the number of st...

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    McGinley Dynamic Indicator | Indicator Series

    The McGinley Dynamic Indicator is an advanced moving average indicator that adjusts for a shift in the market speed. The Indicator was designed to hav...

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    DeMarker Indicator | Indicator Series

    The Demarker indicator also referred to as DEM, is a technical analysis tool developed by Tom Marker. The tool is used to compare the maximum and the ...

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    McClellan Oscillator Indicator | Indicator Series

    The McClellan oscillator, along with the McClellan Summation Index, was developed by Sherman and Marian McClellan. This oscillator takes the amount of...

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    Envelop Indicator | Indicator Series

    The envelope indicator is a tool used in determining periods when security is overbought or oversold. This is achieved by plotting the indicators over...

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    Force Index Indicator | Indicator Series

    Force index is a technical indicator that uses prices and volume movements to show turning points in markets. The force indicator was developed by Ale...

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    Williams Alligator Indicator | Indicator Series

    The Williams alligator indicator was introduced in 1995 by Bill Williams, an American trader and author of books about trading psychology, technical a...

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    Sentiment Indicator | Indicator Series

    While sentimental indicators are often overlooked compared to fundamental and technical analysis, they play an integral role in determining a trend...

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    Qstick Indicator| Indicator Series

    Qstick indicator series is a momentum indicator that provides a moving average of the difference between the closing and opening price of an asset. Th...

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    Arms Index (TRIN) | Indicator Series

    The Arms Index (TRIN) is a short-term trading index that compares the advancing and declining stock ratio (AD Ration) to the advancing and declining s...

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    Zig Zag Indicator | Indicator Series

    The Zigzag Indicator series is a technical analysis tool that is used to filter relatively small price movements. The tool is designed to give importa...

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    The Relative Vigor Index (RVI) | Indicator Series

    The Relative Vigor Index is a technical analysis indicator that’s classified as an oscillator. Its primary role is the comparison of the asset&#...

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    The Klinger Oscillator | Indicator Series

    The Klinger volume oscillator (KVO) was developed by Stephen Klinger who has been in the securities industry since 1985.  The Klinger oscillator&...

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    Fisher Transform | Indicator Series

    A normal or Gaussian distribution is a statistical function that expresses all the possible values and probabilities that a random variable can occur ...

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    Chande Momentum Oscillator | Indicator Series

    A momentum oscillator measures the amount and speed a stock or security’s price has changed over a certain period of time.  Usually, tradin...

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    Momentum Indicators | Indicator Series

    Momentum indicators determine the strength or weakness of a stock’s price.  They measure the rate of the rise and fall in stock prices.&nbs...

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    Woodie CCI | Indicator Series

    The Woodies CCI indicator gets its name from the founder, Ken Woods, an independent trader.   A Commodity Channel Index (CCI) indicator compares ...

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    Accumulation/ Distribution Line (ADL) | Indicator Series

    The accumulation/distribution indicator is a measure of a stock that focuses on how much volume is being bought (accumulated) and sold (distributed) a...

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    Volume Profile | Indicator Series

    Volume Profile is a technical indicator that is used to determine significant price levels based on trading volume that may act as support or resistan...

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    Percent Price Oscillator | Indicator Series

    The Percent Price Oscillator, or PPO, is a great tool for putting a variety of Moving Average information into one place, into data that is easy and s...

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    Average True Range (ATR) | Indicator Series

    Average True Range (ATR) is a technical indicator commonly used to measure the volatility of a trading asset. ATR is not a predictive indicator, as it...

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    Money Flow Index (MFI) | Indicator Series

    Money Flow Index (MFI) is a technical oscillator created by Gene Quong and Avrum Soudack that uses price and volume to gaug...

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    Moving Average (MA) | Indicator Series

    Moving Average is a lagging technical indicator that indicates the average price of a stock over a determined period of time. As a lagging indica...

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    TRIX | Indicator Series

    TRIX, or triple exponential average, is a calculation used to determine certain trends in the closing price of a security. TRIX is a momentum indicato...

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    On Balance Volume | Indicator Series

    On Balance Volume (OBV) is a cumulative technical indicator that uses volume to predict future prices. It was developed by Joseph Granville in 1963 ...

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    Ease Of Movement | Indicator Series

    The stock market is full of ups and downs. Prices rise and fall depending on the day. Sometimes it can seem like there is little correlation between t...

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    Price Volume Trend | Indicator Series

    The Price Volume Trend (PVT) indicator plots the cumulative volume of trades in a way that shows the strength of a price trend. If many traders are bu...

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    Pivot Points | Indicator Series

    A commonality across most technical analysis tools is that  the fundamental point of virtually all of them is to understand the most likel...

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    Parabolic Stop and Reverse (PSAR) | Indicator Series

    Professional investors and traders weed through a lot of financial information every day in order to help them make the most sound financi...

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    Volume-weighted Average Price (VWAP) | Indicator Series

    Volume-weighted Average Price (VWAP) is a technical indicator typically used to indicate the direction of intraday moves. As the name suggests, VWAP u...

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    The Keltner Channels | Indicator Series

    A Hybrid Tool  When employing the tools of their trade, investors often rely on more than one technical indicator to supplement each other, or th...

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     Rate of Change (ROC) | Indicator Series

    A Macro-level Analysis Tool  A good investor has an entire tool belt full of technical analysis tools that they can use to predict market trends....

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    Awesome Oscillator | Indicator Series

    The Awesome Oscillator is a technical analysis tool that takes short term simple moving averages and compares them to simple moving averages over a lo...

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    Detrended Price Oscillator | Indicator Series

    The Detrended Price Oscillator (DPO) is an indicator that essentially works to average out the price of a stock over time, sequestering short-term ...

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    Chaikin Money Flow | Indicator Series

    Chaikin Money Flow (CMF) is a technical indicator used to show the flow of money into and out of the market. It was created by famed analyst Marc ...

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    Donchian Channels | Indicator Series

    The Right Tool for the Job  There are hundreds of financial analysis tools available to help investors interpret market data, identify pricing tr...

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    Know Sure Thing (KST) | Indicator Series

    If you are interested in trading, then there are a plethora of tools and strategies that you can use in order to get some skin in the trading game and...

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    Ultimate Oscillator Indicator | Indicator Series

    Asset Momentum  The market never stays static. The price of an asset (a security or commodity) gains and loses momentum over time. With so many m...

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    Commodity Channel Index | Indicator Series

    Trading real, durable goods, also known as commodities, can be a risk. Their value can change based on a number of factors outside of market...

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    Bollinger Bands: 2-Fold Strategy to Study Trends

    Bollinger bands are technical indicators that are common in trading currencies, futures, and stocks. Often, Bollinger bands are used to determine over...

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    Directional Movement Indicator (DMI)

    DMI, commonly known as the directional movement index, is an essential trading tool that helps in assessing price strength and direction. DMI is parti...

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    Average Directional Index (ADX): Facts About How The Indicator Series Works

    ADX is a technical analysis indicator that traders use to evaluate the strength of a particular trend. Often, the deviation can either go down or...

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    Moving Average Convergence/Divergence (MACD)

    Moving Average Convergence/Divergence, or MACD, is a tool for technical analysis of financial markets. Like other technical analysis tools i...

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    True Strength Index Indicator Series: How Does It Work?

    Besides being a momentum oscillator, the True Strength Index (TSI) has its basis on double smooth price changes. And as such, it’s coupled with ...

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    Stochastic Oscillator | Indicators Series

    Stochastic Oscillator is a point of reference that compares the difference or deviation of the recent closing price with lowest and highest point over...

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    Relative Strength Index (RSI)| Indicators series

    The Relative Strength Index (RSI) is a momentum oscillator that can help you measure the bullish or bearish strength of a market via changing price mo...

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    Should MT4 Remain the Most Popular FX Trading Platform?

    Meta trader 4 is the most dominant trading platform in the world of forex trading. Though cTrader and NinjaTrader are also popular...

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    Why Brokers use CRM?

    How important is the use of a CRM in retail brokerage?   Very important, as any broker worth their salt will tell you. Reputable brokers offer a ...

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    Can Artificial Intelligence predict a butterfly effect?

    From fraud detection to risk management to asset trading, a growing number of the world’s financial decisions are being handled by artificial in...

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    MT4 or MT5 : Which One Should You Choose?

    The MetaTrader trading platform virtually rules over the world of retail forex and CFD trading. It comes in two versions...

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    How AI Will Revolutionize the Financial Services Industry

    If there is any area where AI is going to increasingly find deployment, it is in the financial markets. AI had already its way into&nbs...

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    How Equinix is Solving a Major Problem

    The business success in the capital market depends on the speed at which your data is transmitted from one location to another and...

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    How AI is Changing Retail Trading

    Artificial Intelligence is silently revolutionizing retail trading and considering the pace of change, it’s highly likely that trading is s...

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    How To Apply the 5 “Why” Analysis to Solve Trading Technology Problems

    “If you don’t ask the right questions, you don’t get the right answers. A question asked in the right way often points to its own an...

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    How Chatbots Can Benefit Retail Brokers

    Chatbots are the talk of the town among online businesses. They come in different forms ranging from Facebook ...

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    How Technology Can Reduce Behavioral Bias in Trading

    Let’s suppose 10 traders are given similar trading capital and same brokers and they are told to follow simil...

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    Why Algorithmic Systems May Not Always Work in Trading

    Though many companies sell algorithmic trading systems as a holy grail of trading, this is simply natural. The reason is simple: an algorithmic system...

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    Slippage and What You Can Do About It

    Slippage is a necessary evil in trading which every trader has to deal with whether they are trading in currency pairs in forex or a&nb...

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    How Effective Are Algorithms in Trading?

    The world is getting increasingly dependent on software and now even complex tasks, which were considered to be the prerogative of huma...

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    All You Need to Know About Forex Trading

    Interested in knowing all about forex trading? You’ve landed on the right page!   In this blog we shall ...

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    The Psychological Aspect of Forex Trading

    Forex trading has always been tempting to people as it is seen as an easy way to make big financial gains. It ...

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