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  • Candlestick 1:34 pm on April 30, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    CFD US30USD lost direction Sell Trade 

    CFD US30USD lost direction Sell Trade

     

    #1 lost direction bar.

    reach #2 low

    price more go down.

    first target is #2 low.

    CFD US30USD lost direction Sell Trade

    Target 230pips

    AUDCHF Candlestick cancel sell Pattern Video

     

     
  • Candlestick 10:50 am on April 30, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    AUDCHF Candlestick cancel sell Pattern Video 

    AUDCHF Candlestick cancel sell Pattern Video

     

    Second bar from right side

    Cancelled previous bar

    Here is video

    https://youtu.be/C2trzub1tYk
    AUDCHF Candlestick cancel sell Pattern Video

     

    Volatility in Price Action Trading

    Volatility has multiple meanings in trading.
    For price action trading volatility is very important.
    Price action trading depends on the price movement of the market.
    In price action trading, volatility can be described as predictability.
    Volatility in Price Action Trading
    The main ones are-
    Respect for horizontal support / resistance.
    Respect for trend lines.
    Respect for moving averages.
    Relative bar sizes.
    If price cleanly bounces off a previous area of support or resistance (a price point, moving average, or trend line)
    then price action is fairly predictable.
    This makes it simpler to trade – so these are the charts we constantly seek out.
    And if price breaches an otherwise strong line of support / resistance, this is an early warning that price may be about to do something new.
    The additional point here is relative bar size.
    If the candlesticks have been historically small and of a similar size, this is what traders would expect in the future.
    If they suddenly become very large (by comparison) or develop extended wicks then clearly this market has become more volatile – and less predictable.
    This may simply be a case of transforming to a “new normal” which we may be able to trade in the future –
    but for now it may be better to stand aside and see what develops.
    On the other hand, if bars have been large and become very small it would be an indication that the momentum has run its course.
    Learn to judge what is “normal” for the chart you are analyzing.
    Both phenomena can often be observed at the very beginning or very end of a trend.
    Price is telling traders that a change is underway.
    Traders need to take heed – and take appropriate action if necessary.

    https://youtu.be/mewoly7MeNs

    If you want to trade with 5 minutes Candlestick Charts…

     
  • Candlestick 7:00 am on April 22, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    If you want to trade with 5 minutes Candlestick Charts… 

    If you want to trade with 5 minutes Candlestick Charts…

    Question

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    Dear Sir,

    I have seen the video thank you very much for your co operation

    If possible can you give me any strong strategies for 5 minute chart

    ——————

    2bars strategy

    Video click here
    https://youtu.be/hSRTodsv_NY
    If you want to trade with 5 minutes Candlestick Charts...

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    Importance of Entry and Exit in Price Action Trading

    Price action traders use the price movements of the market to define the safe exit and entry point.
    For any trader, safe entry and exit is the basic rule of trading.
    Otherwise, traders may face a loss and risk their investments.
    Price action traders use the setups of various points to decide the best entry and exit points in the market.
    The price action traders use setups to determine entries and exits for positions.
    Each setup has its optimal entry point and exit points.
    Some traders also use price action signals to exit, simply entering at one setup.
    They exit the whole position on the appearance of a negative setup.
    The trader might simply exit instead at a profit target of a specific cash amount or at a predetermined level of loss.
    This style of exit is often based on the previous support and resistance levels of the chart.
    A more experienced trader will have their own well-defined entry and exit criteria, built from experience.
    After entering the trade, the trader needs to place a protective stop order to close the position with minimal loss if the trade goes wrong.
    The protective stop order will also serve to prevent losses in the event of a disastrously timed internet connection loss for online traders.
    Though there is no Holy Grail in the trade market, price action trading often helps the traders to get the best entry and exit points.
    The accuracy of the price action trading is more than other indicators of the market.
    The main difference between the other technical analysis tools and price action trading is that price action trading doesn’t use any indicator.
    The basic rule of price action trading is using the method of market repeating to certain points regularly.

    https://youtu.be/-U5torSeAiM

    Forex Target Stop-Loss

     
  • Candlestick 10:34 am on April 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Forex Target Stop-Loss 

    Forex Target Stop-Loss

    stop-loss is not only for stop-loss.

    use stop-loss for take profit.

    Target = Stop-Loss

    If you want to order take profit.

    When price close then close position.

    Video click here

    https://youtu.be/pp3x0NDz_BI

    Forex Target Stop-Loss

    Can you show me your Strategy

     
  • Candlestick 7:22 am on April 18, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Can you show me your Strategy 

    Can you show me your Strategy

    Question

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    Hello, Long Hang Seng

    Can you show me your strategy : “Strongest strategy” I ‘m looking for a swing strategy without indicators.

    Only with chart !

    Thank you very much for your help.

    Best regards

    ——————

    Click here

    https://youtu.be/Y7QB7vKcGek

    Can you show me your Strategy

    Important Things about Price Action Trading

    Price action trading is a common concept for the traders trading regularly in the market.
    There are two different types of traders in the market.
    The first group thinks that indicators are the source of all evil.
    These traders think that indicator’s only purpose is to enrich the creators of the indicators.
    The second group consists of traders that believe in wheezy indicators and algorithmic programs.
    They think these can give them an edge by analyzing what’s likely to happen next and signal early and precise entries.
    No trading style is superior over the other.
    But it is important to be open-minded and to know the weak-spots and potential problem areas of your trading style.
    The first thing that beginners will always hear when traders talk about the advantages of trading price action is that
    the signals are very clear and easy to spot.
    But this is only true at the first glance.
    Any method of trading needs a lot of experience and knowledge to apply it fully.
    There are lots of problems which any beginner may face while trading in price action method.
    Many patterns can actually mean more than the beginners understand them to be.
    So, at the end of the day, price action traders need to learn a lot before actually implying the method in the actual market.
    Lots of price action traders closely watch the market to learn more about the trading patterns and be an expert in this field.
    It is not like that price action trading is very difficult, but to be an expert, traders need to learn a lot of things.
    Moreover, there is no 100% chance of actually getting the best out of the trading.
    It can always go in the other way.
    But price action trading is still in many ways better than others.

    https://youtu.be/k2XbRFZ11B8

    CFD US30USD Candlestick lost Direction Trading

     
  • Candlestick 8:08 am on April 17, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    CFD US30USD Candlestick lost Direction Trading 

    CFD US30USD Candlestick lost Direction Trading

    US Index lost direction

    Price go down

    CFD US30USD candlestick lost direction trading

    #1 lost direction candlestick

    target= lost direction bar low

     

    video click here

    https://youtu.be/MVKy2yBe_qI

    Price Action Trading- Candlestick and Trends
    Price action trading or naked trading is based on price movement of the market.
    To do so the price action traders need to see the price movements of the market.
    In most cases, these traders use candlesticks or bars to observe the price movement of the market.
    Candlestick charts are one of the oldest trading tools used by men.
    Candlestick charts are short period tools which is basically the visualization of the price movements in the market.
    There are more than 100 patterns found in candlestick charts.
    Knowing every pattern and interpreting these patterns is not an easy work.
    The first step of being a candlestick expert is to know the basic things about the candlestick charts.
    Without the basic knowledge none can understand why the patterns are forming and what the patterns’ formation mean.
    The next step is to follow the candlestick charts and the market carefully.
    By regularly following the market the traders can watch the effects of the candlesticks in the market and vice versa.
    The best way is to learn about all the patterns one by one.
    Trends are one of the important factors of price action trading as well as candlestick charts.
    A trend is established once the market has formed three or four consecutive legs, e.g. for a bull trend, higher highs and higher lows.
    The higher highs, higher lows, lower highs and lower lows can only be identified after the next bar has closed.
    Identifying it before the close of the bar risks that the market will act contrary to expectations and leave the trader aware only
    that the supposed turning point was an illusion.
    Trends can change the meaning of any candlestick pattern.
    Trends are also used to identify different patterns and using them in the trading.
    So, the knowledge of candlestick charts and trends are very important for price action traders.

    https://youtu.be/umISP-9ugto

    EURGBP candlestick sell force + lost direction

     
  • Candlestick 5:00 pm on April 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    EURGBP candlestick sell force + lost direction 

    EURGBP candlestick sell force + lost direction

    EURGBP go down

    EURGBP candlestick sell force + lost direction

    1 sell force

    2 lost direction

    after price go down

     

     

    video click here

    https://youtu.be/3b–_5O-8ow


    Price Action Trading- Trapped traders

    Price Action Trading is the discipline of making all of your trading decisions from a naked price chart.
    This means no lagging indicators outside of a couple moving averages to help identify dynamic support and resistance areas and trend.
    All financial markets generate data about the movement of the price of a market over varying periods of time and this data is displayed on price charts.
    “Trapped traders” is a common price action term in price action trading.
    This refers to traders who have entered the market on weak signals, or before signals were triggered, or without waiting for confirmation.
    These traders find themselves in losing positions because the market turns against them. Any price action pattern that the traders used for a signal to enter the market is considered ‘failed’ and that failure becomes a signal in itself to price action traders.
    This thing is called a failed breakout, failed trend line break, failed reversal.
    It is assumed that the trapped traders will be forced to exit the market and if in sufficient numbers, this will cause the market to accelerate away from them.
    This provides an opportunity for the more patient traders to benefit from their duress. “Trapped traders” is therefore used to describe traders in a position that will be stopped out if price action hits their stop loss limit.
    Since many traders place protective stop orders to exit from positions that go wrong, all the stop orders placed by trapped traders will provide the orders that boost the market in the direction of the more patient traders bet on.
    Since 2009, the use of the term “trapped traders” has grown in popularity and is now a generic term used by price actions traders.
    This term is applied in different markets – stocks, futures, forex, commodities, etc.

    https://youtu.be/PTnFrnnEwuA

    FOREX 400pips EURUSD trade harami inside harami

     
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