Here at dontlettheforexdriveyouupthewall the aim is to get you to see the real truth about the Forex markets. Price action trading is all about price and how you can learn to read the charts correctly using the candlesticks that get printed, without the need for any indicators.
Price action trading is a technique that enables you to analyse the Forex markets accurately and consistently to find those high probability trades. Through years of learning how to read price action properly, I will teach you where to hunt for those high probability trades.
Mastering how to read the charts properly is only half the battle and learning to control your emotions and having the correct mind set and discipline is an area you will develop by joining this community. Understanding the fact that the markets repeat themselves over and over due to human participation enables you to gain your edge over the markets.
With the free beginners price action course, advanced price action course and forum, free trade analysis, plus lots of free educational Forex articles and videos you will soon begin to understand how trading doesn’t have to drive you up the wall but can be very profitable, satisfying and stress free.
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Hi traders, as already highlighted previously the US500 produced a very strong bullish engulfing bar setup last week. Price has pushed higher and now reached a level we’d expect to see […]
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It is very common to read about how losing trades can have an adverse effect on your trading and how hard it can be to get out of a rut. The question I want to raise in this article is whether or not it is possible for winning trades to also produce adverse effects on your trading?