ForEx markets requires of technical analysis to study the data that reflects the fluctuation of the currency exchange systems and its rates. Technical analyses are fundamental as they deliver predictions on the foreign currency exchange market. ForEx market has been making use of technical analysis to evaluate the market position, to tell between good and bad investments. The technical analysis data, based on the price, provide investors, traders, analysts and all kind of participants, with predictions charts that offer ForEx market latest tendencies.

Technical analysis relies on ForEx stability and flexibility and is based on the price and its movements. Technical analysts, also known as technicians, predict the market tendency, identifying those points in the timeline when the position of the market is satisfactory. Short term analyses come from breakdowns of the main long term analysis but the timeframe has been always part of the investors’ decision. Analyzing charts and studying the market tendencies do not require of fantastic financial skills. Technical analysis expertise can be easily achieved by making use of universal financial tools or principles, such as tendency, support, trading range and resistance, all part of an obsolete concept Random Walk Theory that has been disappearing as a result of the new technologies.

In a non-stop real-time market, exchange currency tendencies can be easily obtained from analyzing prices and rates charts by using the most important tools in analysis charts, both trend lines and moving averages (MA). MA, as average calculation of the data for a given time period, provides an interpretation of the financial markets’ tendency. Markets’ tendencies will show uptrends and downtrends, based on intervals of time and the moving averages for the data, in this case, foreign exchange currency rates, to be able to identify the best opportunities to invest.

The new technologies have given total access to real-time data so ForEx participants bringing to the foreign exchange currency market, the highest level of professionalism ever seen before. Technical analysts make use of general long term analyses to get the market’s big picture to then, break them down into short-term analyses that will offer a more precise timeframe.