Live Currency Charts

Looking for the latest currency charts? Look no further, my friend. Check out charts on all the commonly used currency pairs in the market here. 

If you're looking for information about how to read charts, indicators or the different kinds of charts available, check out our Forex charts page. Below, you'll find a handy little chart made available by the broker eToro. As you can see, it allows you to choose which one of the currency pairs you want to check out. You simply click on the drop box and choose the pair you want. It then updates the chart based on your preferences. Well go ahead...try it out. 

Analyzing the Chart

If you're new to the market, all of this information on the chart might seem a bit overwhelming. I know when I first started, I was like "What is all this stuff?" If you feel like this, don't worry about it. It's normal to feel that way.

The chart above defaults to candlestick format. This means that the bars on the chart look like candlesticks. When looking at a candlestick, the thick bar tells you where the market opened and closed during that time frame. The little line that goes up above or down below the thick bar is the high or low for that time period. This is what causes the bars to look different from one another.

What Next?

After checking out the chart, you may be interested in actually trading the market. If this is the case, you're going to need a trading system or method to use. For that, you could use Forex software or a manual system. Check out our reviews of relevant systems to see if you can find one you like and make some money. If you enjoyed using these chart, feel free to share it with your friends through the social bookmarking tools below. Good luck on your journey to making money in Forex. 

Return From Currency Charts to Forex Charts

Return From Currency Charts to Forex Trading


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