How to trade when forex markets are in congestion

How to trade when forex markets are in congestion

How to trade when forex markets are in congestion. https://youtu.be/MiXKDQTL_3s...
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Targets and entries using support and resistance indicators for forex trading

Targets and entries using support and resistance indicators for forex trading

In this video, we explain how to decide on targets and entry points for trend trading using support and resistance indicators for forex trading, as well as others such as the Camarilla levels indicator. https://youtu.be/sm18UfHEzy8...
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Trading forex can be straightforward if you start at the right place

Trading forex can be straightforward if you start at the right place

Trading forex can be straightforward if you start at the right place, and that place is with the currency strength indicator from Quantum Trading. The forex market is one of mean reversion and so currencies are in a constant state of flux and revealed for you visually on the currency strength indicator. https://youtu.be/QY5skhZFqao...
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Use this powerful five chart set up to time your entries and exits

Use this powerful five chart set up to time your entries and exits

Use this powerful five-chart set up to time your entries and exits. https://youtu.be/yqEHkSNp_Dc...
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Accumulation is one of the key phases in stock selection but they can take time

Accumulation is one of the key phases in stock selection but they can take time

You know how it goes. The stock is rising nicely and then crash, it falls sharply and develops a price waterfall as it descends to a level never seen before. And then it appears to languish at this level with no hope of recovery. But slowly it does and soon breaks higher developing a bullish trend. The consolidation phase is the accumulation phase where the market makers are doing just that and preparing for the next major campaign for the stock, and hence the reason these price patterns can be so profitable as you are buying a stock at a low price along with the market makers. https://youtu.be/WLtt3tka2pE...
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Risk on or risk off? What does it mean and where is it best described?

Risk on or risk off? What does it mean and where is it best described?

Markets move on risk appetite, short and simple. Risk on and risk off describes the flow of money as it moves from one market to another. But which charts and indices best describe risk and market sentiment? https://youtu.be/AbPghOlY6Ao...
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Are all trends the same? The short answer is no!

Are all trends the same? The short answer is no!

In this video you will discover that now all trends are the same. Each is different and it pays to understand what type of trend you are trading before you enter any position in the forex market. https://youtu.be/f-hdUOtp1F8...
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Trading congestion phases and why patience is required

Trading congestion phases and why patience is required

None of us are patient, yet when it comes to congestion phases this is where patience really does pay off, as these are the price regions where trends are created and born. And remember Wyckoff's second law of cause and effect, the longer the cause the greater will be the effect. In other words this brings time into the equation. https://youtu.be/J8UM_9HCQvA...
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How do you trade volatility in the forex market?

How do you trade volatility in the forex market?

This morning's price action on the British pound was classic, following the release of the UK news and statement from the BOE. The primary pair for trading is of course cable, but the price action here was extreme, whipsawing in a wide range and making it almost impossible to trade. So what's the answer? In short, look to other currency pairs and in particular the cross currency pairs. In this case it was the GBP/AUD which delivered tradable opportunities which the GBP/USD did not. So remember, when you see volatility in the forex markets, look to the cross pairs for more measured opportunities. https://youtu.be/bv6Y5Sylt7A...
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The euro falls on ‘good’ news – here’s why!

The euro falls on ‘good’ news – here’s why!

The agreement between EU member states on the bailout package would normally be perceived as good news by many forex traders, yet the euro has fallen. Here's why and it's all to do with the bond markets and in particular the spreads between Italy and Germany which hold the long term key for the direction of the single currency. https://youtu.be/Uk2MxuLRCjI...
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