Hey people !Stumbles on a guy on YouTube saying that most of the indicators where made for stock trading a long time ago and so a portion of them shouldn't be used for Forex.Ofc the guy don't tell you which one. He's a bit Guruish but I think he makes a good point.So, while starting to create a strategy, I want to try indicators that where actually made for forex to see if there's actually a difference.Do you have any that you would share ?On a more personal note, I'm trying to find: A good way to find an entry and exit point for trend trading all help welcome :)
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