The Top 10 Most Popular Articles on MahiFX.com 2013
We’ve been working really hard all year to bring you the best forex related articles on the web. We’ve had weekly market commentary from Justin Pugsley, in-depth market and technical analysis from Simon Coulter and an alternative look at forex from Daniel Lindsay, as well as many great articles from other contributors to the blog.
So to celebrate a great year of content, I thought I would delve into our server analytics and produce a top ten list of the most popular articles of 2013 on the MahiFX blog.
Dennis, our blog contributor and private forex trader, wrote a fantastic piece exploring some alternative tips and hints to achieving success within the forex markets. As he states in this post, “You can’t throw a stone at the internet without hitting a ‘forex tips’ article”. We think that Dennis has produced something quite unique, since the tips he offers are different to what is currently out there, with many tips that are close and personal to him.
Another really well written piece by Dennis, where he explores the exit strategy rather than the well documented “entry strategy”. Many forex traders invest an extensive amount of time in honing their entry strategies. There are numerous articles out there on finding the right entries, risk, and money management. But what good is a great entry if you aren't securing adequate profit from the market movement?
#8 - 8 Uncommon Considerations For Learning Forex
Dennis has made the top 10 again! This article was his first for MahiFX where he tells his own story about how he started out in Forex, the difficulties he encountered and how he managed to make the crossover from demo to live account.
Here at MahiFX, we believe in doing things differently. We want to create great forex content that not only educates and informs, but also makes you smile, laugh and want to share it with other people. This post went down really well with the forex community as most traders can relate to some of the “forex problems” aired through twitter by other traders.
Justin Pugsley, our resident analyst, talks about what he thinks is the best book ever written about forex trading
An epic article from Simon Coulter on the one area that is often over-looked especially with new traders entering the market. He delves into the different aspects of behavioral psychology in trading.
Simon wrote a series of posts on Japanese Candlesticks and technical analysis that is very comprehensive. Here are the links to the other parts of the series.
- Using Japanese Candlesticks To Trade Key Reversals (Part 1)
- Using Japanese Candlesticks To Trade Key Reversals (Part 2)
Have you ever wondered what it takes to be a trader? Do you think you are pretty clued in to the markets but are just a little unsure if you are ready to hit the live environment? Daniel Lindsay put together a list of 21 signs that will tell if you have what it takes. How many of these apply to you?
A comprehensive guide on the basics of forex scalping. You might want to print this one out, it is huge!
The most popular post of 2013 on the MahiFX blog was this hilarious animated gif article, showing what a day in the life of a forex trader might look like.
And that’s it for 2013. We hope you have enjoyed the posts that we have published this year. Thank you for reading and sharing them, and we look forward to seeing you on the MahiFX blog in 2014.