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The Energies Of The Market - Stocks, Forex Futures or Bonds
Read the following trading insights, which for many of you, will be the switch that opens your eyes as to how the market really works and will be the point at which your trading career turns around and becomes hugely profitable.
That's a bold statement, but I'm confident that you are going to learn something of great value, so read on...
There are 5 main energies in the market that strongly shape how the market trades, these are:
Trend - we all know the trend is your friend in trading, trade with the trend for high probability trades
Momentum - this is the energy behind a move that a stock or currency pair makes, the stronger the momentum the further it will run, no matter what else happens, just like a runaway truck heading down a steep hill
Support And Resistance - there is an old saying that history repeats itself, well it's true in the market as well, traders have a memory and they remember where people became either buyers or sellers in the past, this is basically what support and resistance is all about, it's very important in trading
Cycles - have you noticed that stocks don't move in straight lines, even when they are trending, there are cycles caused by fear and greed, buyers and sellers, it's very important to time your trades to take advantage of these cycles
Fractals - this is a complex word and can mean many things, but in our world of trading it is important that the indicators we use to time our trades should all line up on multiple time frames, 15 minute and 1 hour etc, when they line up the probability of a successful trade is greatly increased.
Ok so how do we incorporate these 5 very important trading energies into our trading system, how do we set up our indicators to clearly display them so we can make easy trades?
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