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Forex Price Action TAMIL NADU, Forex Trading Strategies TAMIL NADU, Forex Training Course TAMIL NADU, Forex Training Courses TAMIL NADU, Free Forex Training TAMIL NADU Technical Analysis Part I-Section III: Support and Resistance FAQ’s Forex Price Action TAMIL NADU, Forex Trading Strategies TAMIL NADU, Forex Training Course TAMIL NADU, Forex Training Courses TAMIL NADU, Free Forex Training TAMIL NADU Section III: Support and Resistance FAQ’s Establishing well-defined support and resistance zones is a key element that will help us have better trading results. Here are a few questions and answers that will help you gain a better understanding of the use of support and resistance zones. Is there an exact level where support and resistance levels should be placed? No, as we have already seen, support and resistance are more like “zones” rather than “levels”. It is common however to place resistance zones just above price action and support zones just below price action, but some traders put them at or near price action. At times, it is difficult to find the exact level of support or resistance; in these cases it is valid to place support and resistance zones near price action (like we did in charts 1 and […]


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