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Taking Partial Profits: an Alternative if You are Too Defensive

In today’s article, we are going to demonstrate an example of the daily-H4 chart-combination price-action trading. The signal candle comes out as a strong bearish candle, which attributes have a lot to offer to the sellers. Let us find out how it ends.

High Impact News Events and Risk Management

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of price action trading on the daily chart. The lesson has a message if a high impact news event comes in between, what daily traders should do?. Let us get started.

Remember the Rule ‘Set and Forget’

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of H1 breakout trading. Usually, in this strategy, the price goes towards the direction with good momentum if things go accordingly. In this example, the breakout candle, breakout confirmation candle are immaculate, but it takes a long pause before it hits the target. It has a lesson to give us. Let us dig into this.

When Things Go Like This

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of H1 breakout trading. We have come to know that it is an excellent...

Friday Trading May Need More Attention

The Forex market is open from Monday to Friday. Since Friday is the last day of the week, traders may need to look after their trade more. To be precise, they may need to close their intraday trades manually. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of this.

Does the ABC Pattern Give Any Clue about the C Point?

We have learned about the ABC pattern in some of our previous lessons. The C point is the most crucial factor to trade on...

The Daily-H4 Chart Combination May Have More to Offer

We have been learning the daily-H4 chart combination trading, where we flip over to the H4 chart once we get a daily reversal candle....

The Trend on the Daily Chart Means a Lot

Most of the Forex trading platforms have charts from 1M to Month. It is a debatable issue to determine the best chart among them. All these charts have merits as well as demerits. However, the Daily Chart plays an important role as far as determining the trend is concerned in the Forex market. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of how long term trend on the daily chart may help us guess the price’s next direction.

The Better the Risk-Reward, the More the Opportunities

Risk-Reward is an extremely important factor in price action trading. The price action of a chart is related to risk-reward to some extent. In...

The Lesson We Learn from Such Price Action

In today’s article, we are going to demonstrate an example of a trade, which does not go according to the price action traders’ expectations. We try to dig out what goes wrong with the trade. Let us get started.

An H1 Trading Strategy, A New Arrow in the Quiver

The H1 chart is one of the most traded charts in the Forex market. This is a very consistent chart considering other intraday charts....

Trading the ABC Pattern

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an ABC pattern trading on a daily chart. The ABC pattern is one of the most consistent trading patterns in the financial market. It offers an excellent risk-reward as well as a high winning percentage. Let us get started.

Edged Breakout Lessens Momentum and Chance of Winning

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of the daily-H4 combination trade, where the price produces a reversal candle, but it does not make an explicit breakout. The price heads towards the breakout direction after having more consolidation. It often happens. Thus, we need to get familiar with such price action. Let us get started.

It is Better to be Safe than Sorry.

Using Stop Loss is an essential component of trade management. The Forex market gets volatile from time to time. Taking an entry without using Stop Loss may make an account empty. Thus, under no circumstances, we shall take any entry without using Stop Loss. We need to make sure that we set our Stop Loss accordingly, which is neither too tight nor too saggy. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of that.

Breakout Confirmation Means a Lot

Breakout Confirmation Means a Lot

Don’t Only Rely on Your Initial Assumption, Dig into It

In today’s article, we are going to demonstrate an example of an entry, which is derived from the daily-H4 chart combination. It is a typical entry once we flip over to the H4 chart. Before flipping over to the H4 chart, there is a good lesson, which may help us in the future. Let us get started.

Significant Levels Must be Counted

Price action traders are to take entry and exit by determining support and resistance on the naked chart. Significant highs and lows are considered to draw support and resistance, which help traders find out stop loss, take profit as well as risk-reward. In today’s article, we are going to demonstrate an example of a level holding the price as support, where the price had a rejection earlier. Let us find out how we are to deal with such levels.

An Entry Derived From an Unusual Consolidation

Price action traders love to see the price consolidates and makes a breakout towards the trend direction. Consolidation offers better risk-reward as well as a better chance of winning a trade. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a consolidation, which is rather unusual. Let us proceed.

Need the patience to Manage Trade by Taking Partial Profit

Partial profit taking is a handy feature that Forex traders often use. Since the Forex market is very volatile, traders take out a portion of profit and let the rest of the trade run to get them more pips. Traders need to have patience, though, if they want to manage the trade by taking a partial profit. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of partial profit-taking and find out the importance of having patience.

Do not Mix up, Stick with the Rules

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an H4 chart offering an entry. The daily-H4 chart combination traders are to keep an eye on the daily chart first. Once the daily chart produces a daily reversal candle from the support/resistance zone, they are to flip over to the H4 chart to take an entry. Today, we are going to do it in another way for a reason. We are going to start monitoring from the H4 chart. Let us start. Soon you will know why I am doing it so.

Consolidation and Breakout: The Two Key Movements in Price Action Trading

Price action trading mainly relies on consolidation, trend, and breakout. Reversal candle is another feature that traders keep an eye at. Typically, double top/bottom, morning star/evening star, and engulfing candle are considered the strongest reversal signal. However, even an inside bar may create an excellent bullish/bearish momentum if the price consolidates and makes a perfect breakout. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of this.

Choppy Daily Chart, H4 Chart Still Offering an Entry

In today’s price-action lesson, I am going to divulge an example of the daily-H4 chart combination offering an entry. Usually, it is best to trade on the daily-H4 chart combination when the price is having a solid trend on the daily chart. However, not all the time the price is going to have a strong trend on the daily chart. The price action may be trapped within zones and still offer an entry.

The H4-H1 Chart Combination Keeps You Busy Even in a sluggish...

Usually, the Forex market gets sluggish in December. It gets tough for traders to find out a good entry on major charts as far as price action is concerned. However, the H4-H1 chart combination still offers a few entries. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an entry based on the H4-H1 chart, which was offered in mid-December 2019.

Daily-H4 Timeframe Combination – The Market Sometimes Makes You Wait More...

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an entry derived from the daily-H4 combination. Usually, the daily-H4 combination does not take that long to offer an entry once the price makes a breakout on the daily chart. In today’s example, things are a bit different. Let us find out how it starts and ends.

H4-H1 Combination – An Opportunity Missed Just for an Inch

The H4-H1 is an action-packed combination. By drawing support/resistance on the and upon getting a reversal candle on the H4 chart, an entry is triggered considering H1 price action. However, things do not always go according to our expectations. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of an H4-H1 combination and find out whether it offers us entry or not. Let us get started.

Be Patient and Observant, You Will be Paid Back

Price action traders are to be extremely observant to find out entries. Charts sometimes may seem not to offer an entry soon. However, if traders are sharp, they will be able to find out entries from the charts that may look choppy or dead for the price action traders. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of that.

It’s Not Only the Levels, but It’s also about Zones

We keep talking about support, resistance, and their levels. Sometimes we forget that it is not only about the levels. A lot depends on their zones. No doubt, in the end, we are to calculate their levels at the time of taking an entry. However, we are to keep an eye at the zones where the price may create a new trend. In this article, we are going to demonstrate an example of that.

Risk-Reward and Its Impact on the Price Behavior

Risk-reward is an essential factor in price action trading. When the price makes a breakout and produces a signal, the first thing traders are to calculate is risk-reward. It does not matter how the price heads towards a direction, significant higher high and lower low are to be calculated. These are what determine risk-reward. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of how risk-reward may have an impact on the market.

Never give Up: Chase it All the Way

Trading is a game of probability, which requires patience and amazing mental strength. A trader has to have ‘never give up’ mindset. In today’s trading lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of the importance of having ‘never give up’ attitude.

An Old Theory about Support/Resistance

Support and Resistance are the two extremely important components in financial trading. Price action traders rely on them as a critical component of their trading strategies.

A Story of a False Bullish Breakout

In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of a short entry that is derived from a false breakout. It contains two lessons. Let us get started.

The Case for Average True Range-based Stop-loss Settings

Most traders are taught to use stop-losses based on critical levels. The basic idea is to spot invalidation levels based on previous low or high. The assumption is that by

An Engulfing Candle at a Flipped Resistance

An Engulfing candle is a strong bearish reversal candlestick. This makes traders look for trading opportunities. In today’s lesson, we are going to demonstrate an example of how an Engulfing

Trading is the Hardest Way to Make the Easiest Money

Financial traders need to be very alert and patient to deal with the market. These two components are vital for a trader to be successful in trading. In today’s lesson
Bearish Ideal Ichimoku Strategy Entry

Ichimoku Strategy #1 – The Ideal Ichimoku Strategy

The Ideal Ichimoku Strategy is the first strategy in my series over Ichimoku Kinko Hyo. There are two sides to a trade, and so there will be two different setups

A Breakout and the Confirmation

Support and Resistance, also known as Supply and Demand, have long been used in the financial markets. The most characteristic feature of support/resistance is a level of support becomes resistance

What Should Know About Trading Ranges Using Support & Resistance?

What is Range trading? It is said that the market only trends for 30% of the time. So it becomes necessary to have a range trading strategy to take advantage

Using Multiple Time Frames to Get Multiple Entries

We know using multiple time frames is an essential aspect of trading. Traders use the bigger time frame to find out the trend, breakout, vital support/resistance levels, and relatively smaller

Using Multiple Time Frames in Trading

Price action traders combine multiple time frames to trade. In most cases, they use a time frame to determine the trend and use the next one to trigger an entry.