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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.

Heard Of The Amazing ’20 Pips Per Day’ Strategy?

Introduction Forex is the most liquid and volatile market in the world. The average pip movement in the major currency pairs is around 100 pips. However, as a retail trader

What Is Rectangle and How to Trade on It

The price after making a strong bullish or bearish move, it makes correction/ consolidation. The price consolidates within two horizontal lines. In the financial market, this is called Rectangle. In

How To Trade Options With a Directional Bias Strategy

Introduction A challenging question every trader comes across in his trading career is: whether he should be buying a call option or a put option? Traders establish directional bias by

When A Breakout Occurs by More than One Candle

Price action traders’ main job is to watch the price action and find out the message out of it. The message comes from candles, various charts, momentum, as well as

Breakout by a Single Candle Generate More Impetus

Breakout is one of the most important factors in trading. Attributes of a breakout give clues with what traders can manage their opened position to make more profit. Price action

Trade What You See on the Chart

Price Action traders are to look at a chart and make a trading decision according to that. They have to understand the language of it, which reflects the psychology of

Understanding The N-period Narrow Range Trading Strategy

Introduction There are three states in the market – trend state, channel state, and range state. A trending market is the one where the market makes higher highs or lower

Trade Breakouts Like A Pro With This ‘Breakout Trading Strategy’

Introduction In previous strategies article, we have discussed the 'Turtle Soup Strategy by fading the Donchian channel.' We hope you tried that strategy. In today’s article, let us discuss how

How To Trade The Infamous Turtle Soup Strategy?

In this article, we shall be covering the Turtle soup strategy by fading the Donchian channel, and Connor’s RSI strategy. What is

The Connors & Raschke’s 80-20 Strategy

Introduction   The original Connors & Raschke's 80-20 Strategy is an intraday strategy that was published in Street Smarts by Larry Connors and Linda Raschke. It is based on

STRATEGY 8: Swing Trading Strategy

Swing Trading Strategy   All of these strategies are based on setups that contain a prior market reading context with similar or, even, more important than the pattern itself.

STRATEGY 7: Wolfe Waves

    Wolfe Waves   All of these strategies are based on setups that have a previous market reading context, with similar or higher importance than the pattern itself. So

STRATEGY 6: Elliot waves

Foreword All our strategies are based on input setups that have a prior market reading context, which is equal to, or more important than the pattern itself. We recommend learning

STRATEGY 5: Market context + KEY levels

Foreword All our strategies are based on input setups that have a prior market reading context, which is equal to, or more important than the pattern itself. We recommend learning

STRATEGY 4: Market context + professional manipulation

Foreword  All our strategies are based on input setups that have a prior market reading context, which is equal to, or more important than the pattern itself. We recommend learning

STRATEGY 3: CONTEXT PLUS “MINI B”

Forewords All these strategies are based on input setups that have a prior market reading context, which is equal to or more important than the pattern itself. So, we recommend

STRATEGY 2: CONTEXT PLUS CLIMAX

Forewords All these strategies are based on a series of input setups that have a prior market reading context, which is just as important, or even more important than the

STRATEGY 1: CONTEXT PLUS DOUBLE CONFLUENCES

Forewords All these strategies are based on setups that have prior market reading knowledge, which is just as important as the pattern itself. We recommend learning with Forex Academy traders

The Turtle Soup plus One System

Turtle soup As Newton found out, an action carries its reaction. The market found a solution to profit from these anticipated turtle breakouts: Turtle Soup. Larry Connors and Linda Bradford

SMA Crossover Strategy with a twist

Introduction Some centuries back, Karl Friedrich Gauss showed that an average is the best predictor of stochastic series. Moving averages are employed to grade the price.movements. It acts as a

The Donchian Channel Breakout Strategy

The Donchian Channel Breakout The Donchian Channel Breakout System is a classical trend-following strategy. Richard Donchian was a pioneer of systematic trading. He was the author of one of the

The MACD Crossover Strategy

Moving Average Convergence Divergence: MACD Moving Average Convergence-Divergence, MACD, was developed in 1979 by Gerald Appel as a market-timing tool, and It’s an advanced derivation of moving averages. MACD consists

Volatility Expansion Strategy

Overview Statistics is the part of mathematics that deals with the accumulated information about a data set. Normally the data set cannot be described by an analytical formula as it

Williams Percent R Scalper Strategy

Introduction Williams Percent R is a momentum indicator developed by Larry Williams, which is similar to the Stochastic indicator. The Williams %R shows the position of the Close in relation

Trading using Trader Vic’s Patterns

    Victor Sperandeo, known as Trader Vic on Wall Street, is a legendary futures trader who has over 45 years of experience in the commodities markets. In this article