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  • Candlestick 4:08 am on December 31, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    You can purchase Candlestick trading strategy via Clickbank 

    You can purchase Candlestick trading strategy via Clickbank

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    hii M Long
    i try to buy your book “You Can Forex Scalping Trade””
    but its not available in my country, i want really learn more about your scalping strategy

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    Understanding market direction with candlesticks
    Technical trading has been a life saver for many traders around the world.
    The first technical trading was discovered as rice trading through candlesticks by Japanese people.
    Then slowly candlesticks were introduced to other parts of the world and the traders use them to invest safely.
    Candlestick patterns are still one of the best tools for technical trading.
    The most important works that can be done by analyzing candlestick patterns is to mark the safe entry and exit in the market.
    A safe entry and exit can help the traders to get the best profit from their investment without risking their investment.
    How candlestick help to find a safe entry and exit is a common question asked by beginners.
    Through identifying bullish and bearish patterns, people can identify the best time to invest in the market.
    Bullish patterns signify the power of the bulls and it can help the traders to make the decision of investing.
    Bearish patterns indicate that the market is going towards negative direction and it is a good time for withdrawing the investment from the market.
    The reversal patterns are game changing patterns.
    If traders can successfully interpret a reversal pattern, they can decrease their risk of losing their investment.
    The problem of reversal patterns is that the reversal patterns don’t suggest that the market will always reverse.
    The trend can remain parallel to the pattern instead of changing.
    If the previous patterns can be analyzed properly, the reversal patterns can be utilized in the best way.
    With the help of reversal patterns, traders can predict a possible trend change before it happens.
    This is one of the best advantages of candlestick patterns.
    Because, in this way the traders can enjoy a worry free trading through candlestick predictions.
    By understanding market direction, traders can make successful trade decisions.

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    Is a very easy Strategy

    You can purchase Candlestick trading strategy via ClickbankYou can purchase Candlestick trading strategy via Clickbank

     
  • Candlestick 8:00 pm on December 23, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Is a very easy Strategy 

    Is a very easy Strategy

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    Thank you, is a very easy strategy, but we use “sell stop” in low bar or sell ?

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    when price reached then sell

    you can use market order and sell stop order

    related video here

     

     

     

    Complex candlestick patterns

    Candlestick graphs are short term trading tools which are being used for technical trading nowadays.
    More people are now using technical analysis to make their investment decisions than before.
    Though candlestick patterns only can state about the market of a very short period, they are actually helping the traders in many ways.
    Using candlestick predictions, many people are investing and making profit from their investment in the market.
    Complex candlestick patterns are making more accurate signs to the traders than simple patterns.

    Complex candlestick patterns are formed with two or more candles.
    These patterns can actually state a lot more than simple patterns.
    Most of these patterns indicate trend changes in the market.
    The most common complex patterns are harami, evening star, doji star, three black crows, morning doji star, dark cloud cover.
    Harami has many variations like bearish harami, bearish harami cross, bullish harami cross, bullish harami etc.
    A harami is formed when a day’s candle can be fit inside the previous day’s candles.
    The variety of these two candles creates variation in Harami patterns.
    Likewise Doji patterns can make various complex patterns when it is found inside a pattern.
    Doji patterns individually indicate the instability of the market and confusion of traders.
    But inside a pattern it can indicate many other things along with a significant trend change.

    Complex patterns state the condition of a certain time and they are zonal patterns.
    That’s why they can indicate the position of the market more accurately.
    Many new patterns are also being invented by experts from the main complex patterns which are being used for more accurate predictions.
    The patterns help the traders to judge the situation of the market and the traders and help them to make a right call for their investments.
    So, technical trading is becoming an easier for the traders with time.

    https://youtu.be/kAoiuHaYWs8

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    Is a very easy StrategyIs a very easy Strategy

     
  • Candlestick 12:52 am on December 22, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    FOREX 24 Candlesticks Trade 

     

    FOREX 24 Candlesticks Trade

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    Hello Mr Long,

    Im using much strategy scalping but i lose much time and lose money.
    Can you show me please a simple and good strategy for scalping and where put stop loss and take profit ?

    Thank you for your time.

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    FOREX 24 Candlesticks TradeFOREX 24 Candlesticks Trade

    Are intraday Candlestick patterns useless?

    Many people ask this common question is intraday candlestick patterns are useful or not.
    The main crux behind candlesticks is the relationship between the open and the close and how that conveys investor sentiment.
    While that makes sense for a daily chart, an intraday chart, 15 minute say, is something totally different.
    What I mean by this is that the “opens” and “closes” on these bars are not true market opens and closes.
    Rather they are arbitrary points during the day where that particular bar happened to open and close.
    So while on a daily chart, an open represents the fact that investors are starting a fresh new day.
    The close represents that the day is ending, thereby giving significance to these times and influencing investor perceptions and actions towards them.
    Investors are totally unaware of the opens and closes on a 15 minute bar.
    And thus the 15 minute bar (or any other intraday bar) is really a significant time period that keeps the effectiveness of candle patterns intact.

    If traders see a pattern on a 15 minute bar, they know they could get a completely different pattern simply by changing the time limit.
    The main issue is that even though it seems there are opens and closes that form the 15 minute bars, in reality it is just continuous trading.
    They are unlike daily bars which are interrupted by true opens and closes that mark actual perceivable timeframes for the bulls and bears to battle.
    So without perceivable time frames, why does it matter if you wait for a candle to actually close to show if the pattern was formed or not?
    After all, the close was just an arbitrary time point with no significance.

    Thus the question remains the same, if they really help the traders for making the right choice or not.
    The answer is in many cases no, but again there are always some hidden facts inside each candlestick patterns, so it is not proved by every situation.

     

    https://youtu.be/txGtJmFQXek

    I think that CAC40 or DE30 is easier, the DAX show good Intraday moves

     
  • Candlestick 8:00 pm on December 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    I think that CAC40 or DE30 is easier, the DAX show good Intraday moves 

    I think that CAC40 or DE30 is easier, the DAX show good intraday moves

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    Hello Long,

    I hope you are fine.

    Maybe I’m not made for trading the forex but… I still continue loosing money on Forex, even on Daily timeframe.

    I think that CAC40 or DE30 is easier, the DAX show good intraday moves.

    Can you tell me a strategy for day trading the DAX, such as in 5min or 15min timeframe ?

    A friend of mine uses some indicators, but I cannot do like him.
    Would you trade it without indicators ?

    Thank you for your advice.
    Best Regards,

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    Some bullish patterns

    There are many candlestick patterns but only a few are actually worth knowing.
    The main important patterns are the one that can help traders to know about the trend or the time of trend change in the market.
    Here are some bullish patterns traders need to know about:
    Engulfing
    Engulfing pattern consists of two candles.
    The first day is a narrow range candle that closes down for the day.
    The second day is a wide range candle that “engulfs” the body of the first candle and closes near the top of the range.
    This means buyers are ready to take control of this stock.

    Hammer
    Hammers can develop after a downtrend which states the buyers are taking control of the market.
    It is a candle with short body and long wick under the body.
    This is a very common buy sign for the traders.

    Harami
    This pattern needs two candles.
    On the first day you see a wide range candle that closes near the bottom of the range.
    The sellers are still in control of this stock.
    Then on the second day, there is only a narrow range candle that closes up for the day
    Piercing
    This is also a two-candle reversal pattern where on the first day you see a wide range candle that closes near the bottom of the range.
    The sellers are in control.
    On the second day you see a wide range candle that has to close at least halfway into the prior candle.
    This indicates a powerful reversal of the market trend.

    Doji
    The doji is one of the most popular candlestick patterns.
    The stock opens up and goes nowhere throughout the day and closes right at or near the opening price.
    Quite simply, it represents indecision and causes traders to question the current trend.
    This can often trigger reversals in the opposite direction.
    Dojis inside complex patterns can indicate trend change of the market.

    https://youtu.be/7JHMGWLIvsc

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    I think that CAC40 or DE30 is easier, the DAX show good Intraday movesI think that CAC40 or DE30 is easier, the DAX show good Intraday moves

     
  • Candlestick 8:00 pm on December 14, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    About Forex Secrets Pattern Trading 

    about forex secrets pattern trading

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    Hi Long love your videos I bought three books from you
    forex scalping -forex day trading-and forex swing trading.
    The one ive just recived on your last email
    about forex secrets pattern trading
    is it the same as a above or is it diferrent
    can you advise kind regards

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    thank you for your purchase.
    it is same.

     

    5 important candlestick patterns people don’t recognize
    There are more than 100 candlestick patterns in the stock market.
    Not every trader can recognize all the patterns.
    But some frequent patterns should be known by the traders for their trading options.
    Learning about more patterns give the traders an upper start than others.
    Here are some important patterns that most people don’t recognize while technical trading.

    Stick Sandwich
    This is a bullish reversal pattern with two black bodies surrounding a white body.
    The closing prices of the two black bodies must be equal.
    A support prices is apparent and the opportunity for prices to reverse is quite good.

    Three Black Crows
    This is a bearish reversal pattern.
    It consists of three consecutive black bodies.
    Each day bar closes near below the previous low and opens within the body of the previous day.

    Three White Soldiers
    It is a bullish reversal pattern.
    The pattern consists of three consecutive white bodies, each with a higher close.
    Each should open within the previous body and the close should be near the high of the day.

    Upside Gap Two Crows
    It is a three day bearish pattern that only happens in an uptrend.
    The first day is a long white body followed by a gapped open with the small black body remaining gapped above the first day.
    The third day is also a black day whose body is larger than the second day and engulfs it. The close of the last day is still above the first long white day.

    Upside Tasuki Gap
    Upside Tasuki Gap is a continuation pattern with a long white body followed by another white body that has gapped above the first one.
    The third day is black and opens within the body of the second day, then closes in the gap between the first two days, but does not close the gap.

    https://youtu.be/E-0sSrdfuQs

    Please tell me specific time frame for getting 5 pips profit

    About Forex Secrets Pattern TradingAbout Forex Secrets Pattern Trading

     
  • Candlestick 8:00 pm on December 13, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Please tell me specific time frame for getting 5 pips profit 

    Please tell me specific time frame for getting 5 pips profit

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    Sir
    Thanks for your replay. sir i see your video you use daily time frame.
    can i use for scalping daily time frame for only 5 pips.
    Please tell me specific time frame for getting 5 pips profit.

    Thanks.

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    specific time frame is daily .
    because easy to scalp
    in the daily time frame.

     

    Popularity of Candlestick patterns

    Though Candlestick charts were originated in Japan during the 18th century, it became popular in the west in a short time.
    At that time Japan had no defined currency.
    So, rice was represented as a medium of exchange there.
    Various feudal lords deposited rice in warehouses in Osaka and would then sell or trade the coupon receipts.
    Thus rice became the first market trading option for the Japanese.
    In the 1700s legendary Japanese rice trader Homma Munehisa studied all aspects of rice trading from the fundamentals to market psychology.
    That’s when he actually figured out the candlesticks patterns.
    Homma subsequently dominated the Japanese rice markets and built a huge fortune.
    His trading techniques and principles eventually evolved into the candlestick methodology.
    The method was picked up by famed market technician Charles Dow around 1900.
    Still today it is the most popular form of technical analysis chart used by traders.
    The reason behind the popularity of the candlestick charts is simple.
    Candlestick charts give some crucial information to the traders and help them to decide.
    Candlestick charts show the same information as bar charts but in a graphical format.
    Thus they provide a more detailed and accurate representation of price action.
    Candlestick charts visually display the supply and demand situation by showing who is winning the battle between the buyers and sellers.
    Candlestick charts reveal another dimension of the given period’s price action by pictorially displaying the force behind each price bar’s movement.
    Candlestick formations make all single bar and multi-bar patterns significantly easier to spot in real time.
    Thus it increases trader’s chances of catching high probability trade setups.
    Candlestick charts offer everything bar charts do and more.
    Using them is a win-win situation.
    It is because traders can use all the trading signals normally used on bar charts with the added clarity and additional signals generated by them.

    https://youtu.be/dss7OmUFCeo

    When do you go to Breakeven?

    Please tell me specific time frame for getting 5 pips profitPlease tell me specific time frame for getting 5 pips profit

     
  • Candlestick 8:00 pm on December 12, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    When do you go to Breakeven? 

    When do you go to Breakeven?

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    Hello Long,

    As I’m still searching how to trade on Daily time frame with ONLY 1 STRATEGY, with high profit factor (> 2 or 3), with > 70% wins, I think bulling ENGULFING or bearish engulfing can be the best pattern.

    Actually, I lost money while trying to trade pin bars (entry at the opposite side of the tail, or trying to enter at 50% of its length) ; bad chance !
    And with harami, I was sent to stop loss easily with a big engulfing candle next.

    So if I trade only Engulfing candles :

    • Do you consider only the body, or also the tails, to define an engulfing pattern ?
    • Do you trade ONLY in direction of the trend ?
    • Do you set a ratio take profit / stop loss of 2/1, or do you prefer trailing stop with low / high of new candle ?
    • Do you enter at buy stop on high on candle, or straight at the opening ?
    • When do you go to Breakeven ?

    Thanks for all
    Best regards,

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    https://youtu.be/5c-xH9Nzj5Q

    Please show me a classical case of an Engulfing Candlestick pattern on a chart

    When do you go to Breakeven?When do you go to Breakeven?

     
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