This isn't related to trading forex in anyway, shape or form. So why would I add this content?
Quite simply, I enjoy the use of colour (I'm based in the UK, which is why I spell colour this way) and the Psychology of colour has interesting points to note.
I have chosen reds, pinks, purples and oranges in my colour scheme for these reasons, although you will note (or may have noticed) from many film posters that orange and blue is used quite frequently. Although the main colours are red and orange.
So the reasons that I have chosen the colours are:
The colour Red symbolizes:
Stop or danger
In general, red symbolizes strength, fire and power and is often associated with passion. The negative aspect of the red colour is rage and danger. However, many powerful brands use Red in their logo, such as McDonalds, KFC and Pizza Hut to name a few food related brands.
The colour Orange symbolizes:
Orange is a combination of the red and the yellow colour. It is a cheerful colour that symbolizes happiness, joy, summer and sunshine. Against the red colour, orange is not nearly as aggressive, but can assume some of the same negative emotions as the red colour. If the orange colour is used negatively, it can also symbolize ignorance and deception.
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This isn't related to trading forex in anyway, shape or form. So why would I add this content? Quite simply, I enjoy the use of colour (I'm based in the UK, which is why I spell colour this way) and the Psychology of colour has interesting points to note. I have chosen reds, pinks, purples […]