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A Forex signal is a suggestion for entering a trade on a currency pair, usually at a specific price and time.[1] The signal is generated either by a human analyst or an automated Forex robot supplied to a subscriber of the forex signal service. Due to the timely nature of signals, they are usually communicated via email, website, SMS, RSS, tweet or other relatively immediate method.

Contents [hide]
1 Types of services
2 Typical features offered by Forex signal service providers
3 Scams and fraudulent activity
4 Methodologies and trading strategies
5 See also
6 References

[edit] Types of servicesServices provided fall into four categories:

1.Unpaid/free signals
2.Paid signals from one provider whether by personal analysis or algorithmic analysis
3.Paid signals aggregated from multiple signal sources or 'systems'
4.Signals supplied by trading software located on the trader's computer, also known as a forex robot or EA (expert advisor)
Typical features offered by Forex signal service providers
Typical forex signal when delivered via SMSThe main services offered by forex signal suppliers are:
Exact or approximate entry, exit and stop loss figures for trades on one or more currency pairs
Supporting graphs and/or analysis for the signals
A trading history showing the number of pips profit/loss per month and/or the risk/reward ratio and actual trades. Sometimes (especially in the case of forex robots) this may be shown as back-tested results
One-on-one coaching, or additional interaction with the signal provider such as comments, forum, etc
Account management whereby a subscriber's account can be traded by the signal provider
Educational resources either via the internet or phone
A trial period for a lesser price
Although these are the main features of a signal supplier, not all of them offer the complete list of services.

[edit] Scams and fraudulent activityAs forex is popularly touted as a get-rich-quick method there are a number of services that supply signals of debatable quality, which do not answer the users' expectations for profits.

[edit] Methodologies and trading strategiesThe majority of signal providers focus on supplying signals based on technical analysis and a minority work on fundamental analysis or price action. Technical analysis, such as ichimoku and candlestick charting, show both short and long term price trends giving the signal provider flexibility in supplying a range of trade options. Fundamental analysis gives longer term trade ideas. Price action gives extremely short term trade ideas, often more suited to scalping.

[edit] See alsoForeign exchange autotrading
Foreign exchange controls
Foreign exchange hedge
Foreign exchange reserves
Forex Autotrading
Foreign exchange autotrading
Last updated 5 days agoFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search Forex autotrading is a trading strategy where buy and sell orders are placed automatically based on an underlying system or program on the foreign exchange market. The buy or sell orders are sent out to be executed in the market when a certain set of criteria is met.

Autotrading systems, or program