Analysis of impact on exotic forex pair trading with wider bid ask spread

(Last Updated On: November 10, 2018)
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Hi there

Here is the second new videos to showcase the power of my new charts with exotic forex pairs.
I keep hearing about the concern of the spread between exotic forex pairs. I can definitely see this in exotic forex pairs which can impact your profit. We also need to understand the nuances of what impacts increase of the spread

Here is that Oanda live spread tool and video:

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I have also set this Monday on a topic that maybe of interest to a few select number of people.

My experience with many online charting packages was not good. Find out why. One hint is that Javascript is a a pure pain to work with. This will be streamed live on my Youtube channel

I have scheduled this to be live on Monday Nov 12 at 7 PM EDT. There will be no video playback of this since I will make it part of my Python Algo Trading course which will help for potential algo traders.

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