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  • Candlestick 8:00 pm on September 21, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    What take profit can I use in this haramy strategy? 

    What take profit can I use in this haramy strategy?

     

    Reader’s message
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    Hi Sir,

    How about Target ?
    What take profit can i use in this haramy strategy ?

    Thank you
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    https://youtu.be/llr33w44UUo

    Price Action Trading- Trend Lines and Channels
    Price action trading is one of the common trading methods in different markets.
    It means trading off a price chart without indicators that are mathematically derived from price.
    Trendlines are visual representation of support and resistance in any given time frame.
    Static drawing tools, such as trendlines or support and resistance lines that obviously do not change dynamically with price, do not exclude
    traders from being considered a price action trader.
    Change dynamically with price means depending on how traders have their indicators set, generally the default setting is for indicators to update
    n real-time, along with the last price bars closing price.
    A line that is drawn over swing highs in downtrend or under swing lows in uptrend to show the prevailing direction of price.
    Trend line must have at least 2 touches to become valid.
    The more touches the trend line has the more powerful the move after a trendline break.
    Long trend lines are more important than short trendlines whereas shallow trendlines are more reliable than steep ones.
    Trendlines are very important for making the right choice for any price action trader.
    Instead of using indicators to base trading decisions on, traders become the indicator.
    With price action trading, all traders need is a single chart, a simple moving average and a few trend lines.
    Anything more than this and you will only make trading more difficult.
    Using this type of trading method as your main trading tool will clean up traders’ charts and remove the clutter that normally creates confusion and
    indecision for traders.
    Basing on trades on price action aids traders in finding reliable reasons to enter a trade, while also giving them clear and precise trading information.
    But to be truthful, there is no such thing as Holy Grail in the market.

    https://youtu.be/57A0R-F7-xk

    What stop loss can i use with Harami strategy?

     
  • Candlestick 8:00 pm on September 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    What stop loss can i use with Harami strategy? 

    What stop loss can i use with Harami strategy?

     

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    Hello Sir Long,

    Thank you for your videos.

    What stop loss can i use with Harami strategy ?

    Stop loss = target or high and small mother body target ?
    Good Trad 🙂

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    https://youtu.be/wezw4S

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  • Candlestick 4:43 pm on September 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Commodity day trading with Candlestick

     
  • Candlestick 4:29 pm on September 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Commodity day trading with Candlestick 

    Commodity day trading with Candlestick

    White black pattern

    Commodity day trading with Candlestick

    #1 white candlestick

    #2 black candlestick close higher previous white candlestick

    #3

    #4 white candlestick

    #5 close higher previous bar

    #6

    #7 white candlestick

    #8 close above white candlestick high

    #9

    #10 white candlestick

    #11 close higher #10

    #12
    How Price Action Traders Used Trends

    Trend is a very important thing for price action trading.
    When the market breaks the trend line, the trend from the end of the last swing until the break is known as an ‘intermediate trend line’ or a ‘leg’.
    A leg up in a trend is followed by a leg down, which completes a swing. Frequently price action traders will look for two or three swings in a
    standard trend.
    With-trend legs contain ‘pushes’, a large with-trend bar or series of large with-trend bars. A trend need not have any pushes but it is usual.
    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.
    A more risk-seeking trader would view the trend as established even after only one swing high or swing low.
    At the start of what a trader is hoping is a bull trend, after the first higher low, a trend line can be drawn from the low at the start of the trend to
    the higher low and then extended.
    When the market moves across this trend line, it has generated a trend line break for the trader, who is given several considerations from this point on.
    If the market moved with a particular rhythm to and fro from the trend line with regularity, the trader will give the trend line added weight.
    Any significant trend line that sees a significant trend line break represents a shift in the balance of the market.
    It is interpreted as the first sign that the countertrend traders are able to assert some control.

    https://youtu.be/GhS6P7YDcWI

    CFD Australia 200 Candlestick

     
  • Candlestick 4:23 pm on September 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    CFD Australia 200 Candlestick 

    CFD Australia 200 Candlestick

    There are black white pattern in the Australia index

    what is black white pattern?
    black white after price go down

    here is
    black white price go down

     

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    https://youtu.be/1Vq-5-ZWKw0

    Price action trading and intuition

    Everything you need to know about where prices are headed can be found directly in the price action.
    Unfortunately most people will never get to that point, as most traders are looking for, the easy way out.
    They try to find trading systems that solely rely on lagging indicators.
    They would rather let the indicators make their trading decisions for them.
    However, when it comes to this trading technique, it involves more intuitive thinking.
    Price action strategies don’t rely on stochastic crosses, price divergence on oscillators like an MACD.
    If traders learn to read and understand the language of price action, there is no need for fancy indicators.
    They will soon learn to trade profitably using nothing more than a single, uncluttered chart.
    It is the kind of trading strategy that requires knowledge of support and resistance lines, breakout points, and most importantly repeated patterns in price.
    Instead of using indicators to base trading decisions on, traders become the indicator.
    The only difference is that it takes some time to get used to this style as 99% of traders are used to covering their charts with needless indicators.
    They don’t need a fancy trading station with stacks of monitors, nor do they need any expensive and over used indicators that will simply confuse them.
    With price action trading, all traders need is a single chart, a simple moving average and a few trend lines.
    Anything more than this and you will only make trading more difficult.
    Using this type of trading method as your main trading tool will clean up traders’ charts and remove the clutter that normally creates confusion and indecision for traders.
    Basing on trades on price action aids traders in finding reliable reasons to enter a trade, while also giving them clear and precise trading information.

    https://youtu.be/_JOFUl0fSi0

    CFD Copper Candlestick price action trading


     
  • Candlestick 4:19 pm on September 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    CFD Copper Candlestick price action trading 

    CFD Copper Candlestick price action trading

     

    This is a copper USD daily chart

    Upper shadow is longer than previous shadow then price go up.

    Here is upper shadow candlestick this candlestick upper shadow is longer than previous candlestick upper shadow so after price go up

    Video click here
    https://youtu.be/zX1JyhT7YGM

    CFD Copper Candlestick price action trading

    Some Price Action Trading Components
    Price action trading is based on the price movement in the market.
    Other than using any indicators, price action traders trade according to the price movements in the market.
    Here are some components of price action trading.
    Trading range
    Once a trader has identified a trading range, then the trader will use the ceiling and floor levels as barriers that the market can break through,
    with the expectation that the break-outs will fail and the market will reverse.
    One break-out above the previous highest high or ceiling of a trading range is termed a higher high.
    Since trading ranges are difficult to trade, the price action trader will often wait after seeing the first higher high
    and on the appearance of a second break-out followed by its failure.
    This will be taken as a high probability bearish trade, with the middle of the range as the profit target.
    This is favored firstly because the middle of the trading range will tend to act as a magnet for price action.
    Secondly, because the higher high is a few points higher and therefore offers a few points more profit if successful.
    Thirdly due to the supposition of two consecutive failures of the market to head in one direction, this will result in a tradable move in the opposite.
    Chop aka churn and barb wire
    When the market is restricted within a tight trading range and the bar size as a percentage of the trading range is large, price action signals may
    still appear with the same frequency as under normal market conditions.
    But their reliability or predictive powers are severely diminished.
    Barb wire and other forms of chop demonstrate that neither the buyers nor the sellers are in control or able to exert greater pressure.
    A price action trader that wants to generate profit in choppy conditions would use a range trading strategy.
    Trades are executed at the support or resistance lines of the range while profit targets are set before price is set to hit the opposite side.
    Especially after the appearance of barb wire, breakout bars are expected to fail and traders will place entry orders just above or
    below the opposite end of the breakout bar from the direction in which it broke out.

    https://youtu.be/JuCVnZ3Nbds

    CFD Japan 225 Candlestick forecast pattern

     
  • Candlestick 4:18 pm on September 20, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    CFD Japan 225 Candlestick forecast pattern 

    CFD Japan 225 Candlestick forecast pattern

     

    CFD Japan 225 correlation price action to spx and NASDAQ.

    SPX down, Japan 225 index also down Nasdaq down, Japan 225 index also down.

    So there is delay price action SPX down then sell Japan index.

     

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    https://youtu.be/JlUEOn-C2Qg

    CFD Japan 225 Candlestick forecast pattern
    Naked Trading- Trading in Price Action
    Naked trading means trading without any indicator, based on price action only.
    There is no need of indicators to define the naked trading patterns.
    Price action is the basement of the indicators, so in one way, naked traders are actually going to the basics.
    Trends are the most important things in any type of trading method.
    A major trend must have a series of higher highs or lower lows.
    Understanding and identifying these trend patterns is an important work for the price action traders.
    Once the traders can identify and understand the trend pattern, they can know the overall direction of the market.
    Then they can move or stay with the strongest trends in the market.
    If traders are having problems regarding finding the significant trends, they have to focus.
    Many times, traders lose focus in the chaos of the market and make a wrong move.
    Once traders enter in a strong trend, they need to follow the trend and manage to stop just behind the highest highs and lowest lows.
    This will help them to stay in a trend without risking their investments.
    The market may enter in a consolidation or reversing, if a previous high/low is broken.
    The traders should remember that trading is a risky thing and the market can change at any time.
    So, just relying on the trends and not taking risks cannot do here.
    Traders have to go according to their intuition to make the trades and always stay positive and leave the field in a possible better time.
    With price action trading, traders can easily take their risks according to their intuition and also observe the trend closely.
    Price action or naked trading needs lots of time to master and be an experienced trader.
    So, without a good knowledge of trading, traders should not jump into any trading method unnecessarily.

    https://youtu.be/lS4d66RjsE4

    Thank you very much for your 30 minute Strategy video

     
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