Article about structure of Forex market

Article about structure of Forex market

Postby gijii » Tue Nov 12, 2019 3:45 pm

Hi all :hi:,

I am currently testing (obviously in demo) Nanningbob's HGI indicator and reading the related forum threads.
In the HGI .pdf manual Nanningbob cites an article about the Forex Market structure by Dark Star on FF.
The link to that article is broken and I didn't manage to find it through Google.
While searching I found it cited several times almost as a must read.
Does anyone have a link to share (or some kind of archived copy)?
I would be curious to read it, provided it is still worth doing in your (more expert) opinion.


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Article about structure of Forex market

Postby SteveHopwood » Thu Nov 14, 2019 12:42 am

Probably best to forget an article written by someone daft enough to describe itself as, "Dark star".

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