Richard  Wyckoff’s three laws explained and the complete cycle

Richard Wyckoff’s three laws explained and the complete cycle

The three laws of Richard Wyckoff, supply and demand, cause and effect and effort vs result apply in all timeframes as the cycle moves from accumulation to distribution and back again. https://youtu.be/9cXJ892ZHv4...
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Volatility strategies using primary & secondary trends

Volatility strategies using primary & secondary trends

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqyPAW_mVvg Focus on the VIX using our volatility indicator and an explanation of primary and secondary trends....
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Trade Bitcoin using volume price analysis on the TradingView platform

Trade Bitcoin using volume price analysis on the TradingView platform

The volume price analysis approach can be applied to any instrument and any market. In this video we focus on Bitcoin using the TradingView platform and in the faster timeframes and supported by the Quantum Trading tools and indicators. https://youtu.be/I3k9yYXnO5I...
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Volatility, the currency matrix indicator and volume price analysis

Volatility, the currency matrix indicator and volume price analysis

In this forex trading session, we take a closer look at the volatility indicator on the GBP/JPY and also explain the importance of the values on the currency matrix as currency pairs approach the extremes. https://youtu.be/op3yikVM1RA...
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Is reversal trading in forex for you – or is trend trading the best option?

Is reversal trading in forex for you – or is trend trading the best option?

In the London forex session, the focus was on reversals and reversal trading, and whether this suits your temperament and personality as a trader. The forex market is one of mean reversion, with currencies moving from oversold to overbought and back again in all timeframes. This presents a myriad of trading opportunities using the currency strength indicator for MT5, NinjaTrader and TradingView. But the question is whether this is for you. The advantage of reversal trading is as a trader you get in early and so maximize returns on the position. However, getting in early comes at a price, which is the need to have a wider stop loss as it's not a question of if the market will reverse but when. And in waiting for the reversal to occur, requires patience and risk management as currencies can remain overbought or oversold for longer than you think. So the key is whether this style of trading suits your personality. If...
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