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[100%] THE FOREX TERMINOLOGY COURSE COUPON

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Trading 101: Forex Trading Terminology

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How to Trade Forex | How to Start Forex?

Trading foreign exchange on the currency market also called trading forex, can be a moving hobby and a great source of income rather than others platform. To put it into perspective, the securities market trades over $22.4 billion per day; the forex market trades more than $5 trillion per day.
You can trade forex online in multiple ways:-

1.Understanding forex terminology.

2.Read a forex quote

You'll see two numbers on a forex quote: the bid price on the left and the asking price on the right.

3. Decide what currency you want to buy and sell

4. Learn how to calculate profits

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Finance Terminologies: Trading Terminology Glossary of Forex

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Forex Trading Basic Terminology - VJS Academy (http://vjsacademy.com/forex/forex-articles/)

Forex Trading Basic Terminology - VJS Academy (http://vjsacademy.com/forex/forex-articles/)

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If you want to start forex trading, before that you should know the basic forex trading terminology. They are: Margin, Leverage, Base & Quote Currency and Pip.
Margin
Margin or margin trading, can be understand as using funds from a forex broker to trade. In other words, the broker is loaning you some money to trade in larger sum without you necessarily having to deposit that amount in your trading account. This common practice increases considerably potential gains, but also some chances there for traders to get huge losses.
Leverage
Leverage is the ratio of the capital used for trade to the required deposit amount. In other words, when you see leverage ratio 100:1, it means a trader should deposit $1 to trade with $100. If trader gets profit, then both will shares the profit if loss happens trader loses his $1. Leveraging positions is a very common practice among Forex traders, who typically operate with small amounts. Leverage enables them to widen their profits, but also their loses, turning this financial tool into a dangerous two-way sharp knife.
Base and Quote Currency
Base currency: the first currency displayed in a currency pair. For example, if we are analyzing the EUUSD - the EUR will be our base currency. In other words, the base currency refers to the unit which is converted into another currency. Following the example, 1.0000 EUR equals 1.2000 USD.
Quote currency: it is the second currency seen in a currency pair, also known as the pip currency. It expresses the rate to which the base currency is exchanged at a certain time.
Pip
A pip is a basic concept of foreign exchange (forex). Pip (percentage in point) is the smallest unit of a currency. For example, an EUUSD pair is usually expressed with five digits. In this case, 0.0001 will be a pip. A different story for the Japanese yen i.e., the pip equals to 0.01.
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Terminology related to the forex trading

start investing in the forex market, you should know the basic terminologies of the forex market and how the forex market is work and you have the knowledge about the forex Before terms and different terminologies. Some most used terminologies are listed below-
CURRENCY PAIR: Currency pair is made of two different currencies that make up the exchange rate. The value of a particular currency is determined when it is compared to another currency. This value is also known as the exchange rate.
PIP: A pip is the unit of measurement used in expressing the change in value between two different currencies as quoted in a currency pair. It is the smallest unit of price for any foreign currency. It is calculated to the fourth decimal point.
BID: Bid is the best possible price at which a trader can buy any security displayed in the forex market for sale. This price varies with time and other things.
ASK: The asking price of a security is the best possible price a security can be sold for in the forex market. It is the lowest possible price a security can be sold for.
SPREAD: Spread is the difference between the bid and the ask prices of a security in the forex market.
LEVERAGE: Leverage is the ratio of percentage increase a forex trader enjoys in relation to the trade deposit available in the trader’s account. With leverage, a trader can make trades far greater than his trade deposit can allow. Terms and condition apply to the use of leverage.
MARGIN: Margin is the amount of money a trader must have in her account before she is liable to trade with leverage. It is also the amount of money that must be maintained in the account of a trader who trades with leverage.
LONG POSITION: Long position is an investment position that appreciates in value if the market appreciates. If a person buys into a trade with the expectation that the value of the bought security would rise, it is known as a trade with a long position.
SHORT POSITION: Short position is an investment position that would benefit from depreciation in the market price of a security. It is the opposite of long position.
BROKEBROKERAGE: A broker (an individual) or brokerage (a firm) is the mediator between the forex market and the forex traders. They render a number of services for a fee. Foreign Exchange Market | Forex Trading Online | Online Currency Exchange
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Forex Basic Terminology

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Common Forex Trading Terminology

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Expand your Forex trading terminology Make Money Forex

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Free Forex Course Lesson 4 - Basic Trading Terminology

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Charting software?

Hi, I recently got into trading and am looking to become a part time Day Trader, and the first thing that anyone reasonable will tell you is that it’s not a get rich quick scheme. I do understand this but sometimes I don’t always believe it. However, I have practiced self control and started reading a few books to begin with. The current one I am on is The complete guide to day trading by Markus Heitkotter.
He suggests that charting software is a critical part of day trading which I understand however I am unsure of which software is the best value for money and will aid me in getting rich slow. Any advice on an appropriate charting software will be appreciated!
Just some background, I have been learning about forex and stock markets for a while so I do have a basic understanding of terminology. I also have an actuarial science degree so I as fairly familiar with the financial world.
Thanks for the help in advance
Edit: Cedar_Wood_State has pointed out that many trading platforms have this functionality built in. Then which platform would be best for day trading ?
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IM Academy (Formally known as iMarketlive)

Hello.
There have been both positive and negative comments about IM Academy. Some people believe it's a pyramid scheme while others believe it's the real deal.
I'm here to give my thoughts on what I have experienced since joining IM Academy. Since day one, there has been nothing but support and motivation from every individual I have come in contact with. In our group, we have over 2000 members. I am learning A LOT about FOREX, HFX, DCX, how to be an IBO (Independent Business Owner) and more!
Do they promote? YES, they do promote the EDUCATION, the SKILL SET, the TRAININGS, the WEBINARS, SUPPORTING not just your team, but others, they promote having a positive MIND SET and reaching out to your MENTORS! They encourage you to inform others of these opportunities in the same way you would inform others of your favorite TV Show, restaurant, sports team, your favorite drink, etc. Do you HAVE to inform others of this life changing skill set that can possibly enhance not only your finances, but your way of life? NO, you do NOT HAVE to say one word about it.
The only difference between them encouraging you to tell others about the Academy, the MILLIONAIRE skills you LEARN as you EARN vs. talking about your favorite eatery is that in doing so you have the opportunity to gain residual income. For those who do not know what Residual Income is: simply put, you are able to have an additional stream of income. Who would not want to have an additional stream of income just by simply telling others what you do and they decide to join your team? All you are doing is telling someone about the opportunity to join IM Academy to learn the same skills used by Millionaires! It's up them to decide if they would like to take advantage of the opportunity or not.
There are several individuals who are making 6, 7 and even 8 figures by using the skill set and/or telling someone else of this opportunity. Some of these individuals are just like you and me and some are the Educators which we do have over 100 of. They offer LIVE TRAININGS where you can ask them questions right then and there if need be.
I have read some comments about how you can find this information on YouTube or other online platforms. Maybe you can, BUT it will NOT be well put together, it may not be as accurate and will you have access to Mentors including Millionaire mentors whenever you need help with something like you do with IM Academy?
I've also heard people have said, if you only invest $50 into your account once you get started, it will be gone in no time. More than likely, people who make these comments did NOT attend the trainings and they did NOT use proper risk management. We have SEVERAL trainings through the week and one of the most important training is called the TRADING Plan! This plan teaches you exactly how NOT to over leverage your account. It also teaches you how much to risk for your account size, knowing this will let you know how many trades per a day you can take. If you do exactly what you are taught, your account will not go negative and you would not be posting angry comments about how IM Academy is not what it says it is. Not only do we have trainings by our peers that teach you this, but we also learn this in the Academy Education with the Educators.
Simple Run Down:
Have you ever opened a Bank Account and they had you filled out all these forms that had a bunch of big fancy terminology on them? Well, that fancy terminology means, you are agreeing to allow the banks to invest YOUR money for you. In turn they give you 1% or LESS within a certain amount of MONTHS or even YEARS! You see, what they are doing is investing YOUR money in the FOREX market. They basically flip YOUR funds into profit within a matter of a few days to a few MINUTES and give you the PENNIES of what they made from YOUR money.
Did you know according to glassdoor.com, the national average for a FOREX Trader at a BANK makes around $92,327 a year. To most people that is a LOT of money, but what if I told you they have actually learned a skill that can allow them to make that in a MONTH or LESS? How would YOU like to learn how to do the SAME THING!
This is a financially life changing skill that you can learn to possibly have a better life! You Do NOT need to have experience. You DO NOT need to talk to other people to join YOUR team. This is NOT a SCAM, it is not a GET RICH QUICK solution, but you can become wealthy if you learn and put those skills to use. ANYONE can do this! I do NOT care if you did not graduate High School, if you are a Janitorial Custodian, an Exotic Dancer or a Multi-Millionaire who is looking to gain even more income. You are NOT ALONE with IM Academy. WE are in this together!
What is FOREX? It is simple the Foreign Exchange Market. It is much bigger than the Stock Market, as FOREX is worldwide and trades over $5 Trillion daily! Yes, you read that right, over $5 TRILLION daily! I think there is enough for you to get a piece of the pie.
What is HFX? HFX stands for High Frequency Forex also known as Binary Options. You can buy and sell within a matter of minutes. Which means you can gain profits or lose within 1 to 30 minutes on average. YES, that's right! You do have the possibility of increasing your funds with HFX in as little as 1 minute! BUT, DISCLAIMER: We do NOT recommend you doing this type of trade on your own. With our Academy we have highly skilled Educators who will teach you THEIR technique. Yes, that's right, we have Millionaire Educators who created their own program and will teach you how to use it in order to get significant profits with HFX.
What is DCX? DCX is Cryptocurrency, such as your Bitcoin, Litecoin, Ethereum, Ripple and more! Remember, the guy who purchased a home with Bitcoin several years ago? Well, today it's becoming a lot more popular. People are able to purchase several types of assets using Cryptocurrency, especially since over 10,000 retailers are now accepting Cryptocurrency as payment. Oh, did I forget to mention The Federal Reserve Bank of Boston is working with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) to develop a "hypothetical" digital currency platform. Now, ask yourself, why would the Federal Reserve Bank "hypothetically" create a digital currency platform? Why would they "hypothetical" spend MILLIONS of dollars in creating a "hypothetical" anything?
Bottom line for me is, our world has and is continuing to change. When I was a child, I only saw self driving cars, smart homes, weird types of currencies being used in movies. Look around, what do you see in real life today?
I am not trying to convince you to join me and my team so that I can have residual income. I am giving you vital information to possible help secure your future. FOREX is exchanging over $5 Trillion dollars EVERY SINGLE DAY! Me, YOU, YOUR families, YOUR friends have the opportunity to get in NOW on skills that eventually everyone will have to learn at some point in their lives. You might as well do it NOW, go at your own pace, so you do NOT have to rush to figure it out later.
I sure hope this answered your questions. If you have more questions or would like to know more information, PLEASE respond to me here or send me an e-mail, [email protected].
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Starting advice [Canada]

Hello, I really want to get into forex trading but there is so much that I do not know and I am not really sure where to look/what to trust. I cannot stress how little I know about this, but I figure that I have to start somewhere.
Some of the things I would really like to know: -What are the best online resources that you can recommend to get a better understanding of the whole process and basic terminology/strategies? -What are the basic things I need to know/do to get started (any advice really)? -What is the best and/or cheapest platform for a Canadian to trade on? -Is there any platforms I should steer clear from?
Thanks for you help!
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Useful trading terminology. Part 1.

Useful trading terminology. Part 1.
Hi everyone! Today I'd like to present you some necessary words of trading terminology that will help you to be a good trader and to understand a special service for a trading vfxAlert.
Day Trading
It is defined as the straightforward take action of getting shares of the inventory together with the purpose of promoting them on the very same time.
Professional Day Trader
A specialist working day forex trader can informally be regarded as somebody who day time transactions for a lifestyle, but coming from a regulatory standpoint, it means a forex trader who seems to be certified with either their Series 6, 7, 63, 65, or 66. Investors who definitely are certified pay increased service fees for market details. That is why whenever you open up a merchant account you will need to tell them if you are a specialist (registered) dealer. Working day investors are certainly not required to be registered if they are buying and selling their particular money.
Pattern Day Trader Rules
The Pattern Working day Forex trader (PDT) Principle claims that if a dealer will take 3 or maybe more time investments in a 5 working day period, they may be a day forex trader and so they must keep a lowest account balance of $25,000 USD. Numerous traders who are unable to preserve that equilibrium will business at either a Prop Company (see below), or at Suretrader / Tradezero.
Swing Trading
Golf swing Forex trading, contrary to Day Buying and selling, demands immediately maintain instances. Swing dealers holds stocks and shares for at least 1 night time, but perhaps a lot of times. These are very simple-term ventures.
Stock Market Hours
The current market is open from 9:30am -4pm EST Monday –Friday. You can find vacations when the market is sealed or shuts at 1pm. Pre-marketplace and after-hrs trading is accessible but liquidity is often extremely low since there aren’t a lot of purchasers or retailers buying and selling after hours.
Bull or Bullish
This term identifies a powerful market place of stocks and shares upgrading. This could be accustomed to reference a particular placement the investor takes. When they are bullish, they anticipate the stock to increase.
Bear or Bearish
This expression means a weakened market place. This means investors believe the buying price of stocks and shares or possibly a certain inventory will likely be heading down. When they are bearish, they can offer their bullish roles as well as acquire brief positions.
Initial Public Offering (IPO)
Whenever a organization does an IPO, they offer a set amount of gives to the available marketplace to boost money. This might be, as an example, ten million reveals. If those shares cost at $10/reveal, they are going to increase $100 million in the IPO. This money receives put in to the firm for long term expansion (creating industrial facilities, ideal investments, and so forth).
Float
Drift refers to the variety of exceptional offers accessible to business. Once the company do the original IPO, they released reveals. That quantity is generally the drift, although there are 3 methods the quantity of offers can change. The Float is equal to the availability level. Stocks with restricted provide and high demand are the type that relocate down or up the quickest.
Share Buy Back
A Reveal Acquire Back system happens when an organization purchases rear gives that have been distributed throughout the IPO. Using this method they may be lowering the amount of reveals accessible to industry and everybody positioning reveals in the business will find their gives surge in value. Discuss Buy Backs will decrease the float.
Secondary Offering
A additional providing is an supplying which is provided following the First General public Supplying. Even though an organization functions multiple additional products, they may be always called second (not thirdly, 4th, etc). A secondary offering will raise money for that firm by offering a lot more offers. This improves the flow of shares in the marketplace and lessens the price of those shares. This is certainly generally not one thing long term buyers want to see.
Stock Splits
Stock Split can change the price tag on a stock. The apple company managed a 7:1 stock split. The $700 carry increased all gives by 7 to lower the cost of the carry to $100. This means in the event you held 1,000 offers at $700, congratulations, you very own 7,000 at $100. This increased the drift. Some firms will do a Turn back stock divide. A 10:1 reverse inventory split can take a stock buying and selling at $1.00 and turn it into $10.00. Should you be previously positioning 1,000 reveals at $1.00, you will basically be keeping 100 offers at $10 after the divided.
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reading domino effects

hey guys fairly new investor here and I've been reading a ton recently getting all the main terminology out of the way.
For anyone that's a "new trader", I think the first step is learning all that you CAN. because there will be things that can't be taught. For example: If something happens to sector x, sector y will also be affected in these ways and that will likely send this company to do this, while another does this. That's far fetched and exaggerated but I hope yall get what I mean
I think being able to predict not on what you THINK, but what you already KNOW, is the most important thing in this game. And yes I know, the stock market is not cause and effect. But there's correlations between sectors, markets and Forex. and then they go on to affect other parts of the market, legislation and society and vice versa.
Thoughts? What y'all think And where can I go to read about this
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Forex beginner

I've been day trading ETFs lately but wanted to also do some forex swing trading on the side on the 1hr & 4hr time frame.
What are the basic things I need to know to start? Not talking about strategies, I mean like when markets open, best brokers (canada), terminology...
Thanks
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Young professional looking to invest for the first time - I've done some background reading, looking for some advice on my proposed first investment!

Hello - I am a complete noob to investing, however I have been researching and learning as much as I can over the past month, and would like some advice on whether I'm thinking in the right direction please;
I have looked into terminology, different markets, equities, CFDs, Forex etc. I have concluded that shorting anything is a bad idea for me at this point (plus I don't really have a complete handle on the logistics of setting up a margin account and actually completing a short transaction).
I'm thinking the market is falling, and I will initially have about £1000 to invest. (More available as I earn)
I have been considering investing in Tesla stock as I note it is getting cheaper by the day, and I'm expecting it to level out soon enough - to the point where I was thinking of buying a few shares shortly.
This was my plan as I'm trying to keep it simple to start with, and it seems like a stable investment to go long with for the coming months.
My question(s) is/are- Is his a reasonable first investment? Am I missing something and making a mistake? Any advice on alternative first investments/different routes?
Any other comments/suggestions would be muchly appreciated!
(Side note: I have also opened a stocks and shares LISA but am not sure whether to continue to invest in that in the current climate 😵)
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Starting a workgroup to tackle shady MLMs and "scam" courses

Hi all

Besiege here. After seeing a couple of reddit posts on shady MLM, pyramid schemes and "scam" courses, I was wondering if any of the sg redditors here would be interested to start a workgroup to better address these issues (it can be online!). There has been a sizable movement by the government to catch outright scams ( https://www.scamalert.sg/ ), but the same cannot be said for shady MLMs/"scam" courses. If there is one which I am not aware of, let me know and I will delete this post.
Personally, I feel indignant whenever I hear of individuals/groups taking advantage of vulnerable populations in order to make a quick buck off them. Worse, I shudder when I hear these scummy people justify their actions by arguing they are providing opportunities for others to become a better version of themselves. Just a few quick points to get terminologies out of the way:

Some ideas right off the top of my head:
  1. Maintaining a list of potentially shady companies/courses/individuals to avoid (on a website/gdoc/ singapore wiki page)
  2. Creating a checklist for people to suss out shady schemes (e.g. no mention of the company's name, constant avoidance of business model, no mention of the product being sold, some mentor figure who changed lives)
  3. Written articles to detail modus operandi of various pyramid/"scam" course schemes (e.g. like the rice media article on ICS)
  4. Have an open channel for people to talk about any potential illegal MLM experiences; We will listen and ask guiding questions to suss out if the experience was indeed MLM (by notafairylight)

If you are interested to join this workgroup or have better ideas, do pm me or post it in the comments. I am looking at maybe 5-6 people for a start, who are willing to carve out some of their personal time for this initiative.
Also, if you have knowledge and skills you think which can be useful for this initiative, do sound out! E.g. writing, legal, content creation, intimate knowledge of various pyramid schemes, programming, etc. I am currently working as a data-analyst btw!

EDIT: Thanks for the awesome response guys! I will create a separate chat group for all those who have indicated interest to help; I will send u the chat group link via PM by tomorrow. It would be great if someone could think of a catchy group name.


EDIT2: Hi, I have sent out the group links. If I missed out anyone, please sound out via pm!

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What are the longest trades that you have? (Profit or Loss)

Couple weeks before, I started trading with real account. I started doing that with relativly small budget and my main mistakes was that every trade was open too short... Any time when i see that i have some profit - i take it, when i see that i have loss- i take it (i was affraid that could be bigger loss).
Sometimes i set SL and TP but obviously I set it with too little space.
Now im improve my knowladge about, forex, market, platform and terminology. I want to start doing that with bigger budget.
Becouse now i want to trade on long distance, I want to ask you guys when is moment when you have to accssept loss? What are the longest trades that you have? (Profit or Loss)
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BabyPips Training Update (October)

BabyPips Training Update (October)
So this month i have started the babypips learning path, actually i'm reading also few books about forex and psicology. The main idea it's to create a plan for grow the capital (i will start from 300$ with doing simple intra-day trading, due the low capital) 2% profit day during the main LONDON/NEW YORK session (it's the lowest spread zone). Actually i learn the base of forex like terminology and supports. 3-6 month demo it's the main target but i will see how fast can i learn.
Belowe there's a screenshot that i made while trying to understand canals and resistence while reading about it on babypips. Let me know if i'm doing it right or if you can give me some tips



Easier to find picks and lows
Candle stick version for see how market try to break the resistence,
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Forecasting the End of Major Corrections, and Accumulating Trend Trading Positions.

Forecasting the End of Major Corrections, and Accumulating Trend Trading Positions.
A prerequisite post to this post can be read here; https://www.reddit.com/Forex/comments/clx0v9/profiting_in_trends_planning_for_the_impulsive/
It will also be beneficial to read this;
https://www.reddit.com/Forex/comments/clbxk2/shorting_noobs_common_trend_following_mistakes_im/

Before getting into the meat of things, you need to understand the 'elastic band' effect of large moves in the market. What this means is most of the time before a market starts to make a big move in the direction it is ultimately going, it will make a strong and usually fast counter move. You know this already in a way. You've been taught from early on (I assume) that pin bars (hammers etc) are indications the market is reversing. You're told the wicks are formed by price pushing into an area and being rejected from it.

In a trend formation, this is what the intra-week price action would tend to look like when there is the formation of reversal candles at the close of the weekly timeframe.


https://preview.redd.it/nv1nbk0c9th31.png?width=909&format=png&auto=webp&s=f87d94ee33f0d07cde211c05d9234a236a487309
Here we would have been in a down trend and then for a week or two seen bullish momentum. The blue swing is the "elastic band" move. Or what I like to call the "ping swing".

The formation I have drawn here is not arbitrary. A lot of specific things are going on in this chart. Here I've highlighted the relevant ones. When we've seen all of these, we know there is a good chance we have reached the end of a C leg correction (read up on basic Elliot wave theory if you do not understand this terminology).


https://preview.redd.it/8u9bg43nath31.png?width=1066&format=png&auto=webp&s=1ddb04a27b9a99ddbcaab5eef4e3ca7eea78e000

There can be variance in the 4 and 5 area. I am being polite, I should be honest. This area is often a bitch to trade in. Sometimes there are deep retracements and sometimes they are really shallow. Personally I've not been able to find ways to get strong ideas of how to forecast which is more likely. It tends to be an area I lose money and one I continue to work on trying to develop better ways of dealing with.

Here are examples of each type from trades I've taken recently.


https://preview.redd.it/6n0x4k43cth31.png?width=744&format=png&auto=webp&s=f03fdbff3176e1df36727f3606dbf6fc67912e53
This is explained in more context at https://www.reddit.com/Forex/comments/cks8q1/shorting_noobs_problems_proofs_and_fine_tuning/

This chart is messy because a lot of positions are being taken rather than a specific strategy being followed, but as I've explained in the 'Shorting Noobs' series of posts, I am mot interested in trading off the 61.8% fib.


https://preview.redd.it/97cb1x0wcth31.png?width=719&format=png&auto=webp&s=d49bbac385242184d9f9ba2708d1e9fe92efba42
Here is one with EURUSD that had very shallow sell-off then made the ping swing.

https://preview.redd.it/dbiujru0fth31.png?width=1025&format=png&auto=webp&s=277682a868af7cb2dc2b612243a8abfef54e9de0
You maybe thinking at this point, "But the range bit looks like it should be the 5". I know! I told you it's a bitch. As you can see here regardless of this I have still sold the best price. I am doing this by having a clear SR level I am forecasting in this sort of move. (Explained in more detail in the shorting noob series [2] [3] )
Note, it is still entirely possible that this can make another ping swing and slightly spike out this high. If it does, we have a great opportunity. At this point, we are wiser to look for the better RR trade with trend continuation by considering we are possibly in this part of the move and we have the next (usually stronger than previous) sell off coming.


https://preview.redd.it/15xd09pzfth31.png?width=730&format=png&auto=webp&s=c5e3a70fbc9411b36d74a7e32ebf5c1aabf1ad05

Which actually fits inside another cycle for a ping swing.

https://preview.redd.it/31craqbkgth31.png?width=1018&format=png&auto=webp&s=4d7cc139aa406673213c62009220a3182e7e9e55

Here is a real time forecast of a ping swing we can watch for and set pending orders (or define areas to watch for reversal patterns)

GBPUSD

https://preview.redd.it/uz93cn53ith31.png?width=1082&format=png&auto=webp&s=3b2d9a7fc12c961dafb7ee3cc7aa4c1aec29c927
(Ignore the buy trades on this, they are from a different type of strategy)

This is a lot of information, and to intrinsically understand this you'd have to go over a lot of trending charts and watch how they have developed. I have spent a hell of a lot of time on this. I will round up with leaving you just a few simple rules we can take from understanding this general pattern that recurs in trends. Some of them will help you win, others will help to prevent you losing.

1 - When it starts to chop, it's time to stop.

When a trend that has been in a free flowing form starts to get choppy, it's time to stop following the trend for the time being. You should be aware the next breakout(s) can be false ones, and the next shallow correction for a "Retest & continue" type trade is likely a trap.

2 - Big corrections rarely feature only one leg.

When you see a really big move against the trend it gets really tempting to rejoin the trend once it starts to form price action reversal candles. Any time you're entering without the market having previously faked and then spiked out early sellers at least a couple of times, you have a more risky trade.

3 - Forecast where early sellers will lose.

Quite simply, if you see a downtrend and then a spike up and what looks like the continuation of a downtrend you can assume there are sellers into what they think will be the new downtrend move. It's also quite likely these sellers have it very wrong on their stop area. It will be just above the previous highs and the consolation range. This is the very area we'd expect the ping swing to spike into and then make the proper trend move after whipsawing those who sold too early.
Where they are getting stopped out, you want to be entering. Not sure where this is? Look in Forex forums, they'll tell you.

4 - Velocity does not mean victory!

As price comes into the reversal area it will usually be carrying a lot of short term momentum and moving fast. Moving quickly into an area is not in any way an indication of a break of that area or a reversal. In fact, once you've identified where you think the ping swing will end, the more parabolic that move is into that area the better for the reversal trade. Plan ahead, do not be caught up in the moment. The moment will be deceptive.

5 - Have excellent exit plans on both sides of this sort of move.

If the move fails, the counter move running against you can be persistent. Stop losses should be around 78% of the swing. Small spike outs of the 61.8% level are to be expected. Breaks of the 76% level are not. Similarly, profits can come lightening quickly. Which can actually be a problem if you've not planned the areas you want to exit or how to trail your stops. So be well prepared to exit before you enter.


The things I have explained in this post have validity on all timeframes. I scalp with it, and I swing with it. It transfers readily to any market with trending properties. If you were to master this (especially at an intraday level - which is harder) , it would be highly likely you significantly beat what most people would think are "good returns" when the markets are trending.
It would be possible for someone who has sufficient skill in doing this to make themselves substantial profits even starting from a small amount of money and using moderate risk over the course of just trading 4 - 5 major trend moves on daily and weekly charts. This is quite an easy setup in my opinion (once it's been highlighted at least) and for as long as you can find trends to use it, it will outperform most strategies I see on public display.

(All bets are off in ranges. This will make a mockery of you if you try to do it in ranges)

Happy trend following :)
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I was first introduced to stocks, forex, and options last year. I instantly was starstruck by Ricky Gutierrez and Steven Dux Because their methods seemed so surefire and perfect. In the past month I found people showing Steven Dux as part of the big scheme tied with good ol' Tim Sykes. I also read up on viability of micro stocks via the SEC; they described how since microcaps (penny stocks) are under the requirements to even file with the SEC they could be fraudulent. This also led me into possibly discovering that the growth he witnessed withing his years are nearly impossible—(though I don't fully understand these claims) Then the problem I've read with Ricky is that there are some examples of him just being a bad trader at times making basic mistakes. Then something that just made me throw these guys down the hole is a sentence I read on ( https://vantagepointtrading.com/why-day-traders-can-make-big-returns-but-arent-millionaires/ ) is that if people had an edge in the market and are successful why would they tell other people? The other people could just buy a stock moments before the other person and make profit off of them, whilst messing up the providers strategy. I find there stuff misleading. I'm simply wondering how do I learn as much as I can about these markets like terminology and just information in general. The information around successful stock market strategies just seems misleading. How do I really get to just drown myself in information regarding investing in these areas with technical—day trading and swing trading; while I also learn about fundamental training.
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