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Forex traders are always eager to ride a new trend from the very beginning. To do that it’s necessary to spot the moment when the previous trend reverses. However, it may be really tricky to distinguish reversal from a mere correction. Elizabeth Belugina, the Head of Analytics at FBS, will provide some solutions to this problem.

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