You just clipped your first slide! Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later. Now customize the name of a clipboard to store your clips. You’re trading with the uptrend, and your technical indicators show that prices are likely to keep moving up. You enter a ‘Buy’ trade, and somehow, the market immediately starts moving in the opposite direction.
You know you must remain disciplined, and so you watch and wait. Finally, barely a few minutes later, you hear ‘Ding! That’s another 20 pips down the drain why does this keep happening? A few minutes later, you watch in disbelief as the market shoots up 50 pips in your original direction What! BUT, the recent candlestick activity tells you that now is a bad time to jump inyou’re waiting for the exact time to enter the market. 10 minutes later, you see an entry signal based on candlestick activity this is what you’ve been waiting for! You enter your ‘Buy’ trade without hesitation.
A couple more minutes pass by and suddenly, the market shoots up 50 pips! You smile as you place a stop order to protect your profits. You’re now wondering if you should keep trading, or just take the rest of the day off. Life is good, wouldn’t you say? How many times have your stop-loss orders been triggered just before the market moves back in your direction?
We all know that we should ‘trade the trend’ but the problem is that most traders don’t know exactly when to enter and exit the market. Would you like to learn how? It’s not a “pie in the sky”. I’m going to show you an easy, proven way to start accumulating profits in your trading account without having to spend a fortune to acquire the necessary skills. If you’ve secretly thought that making big money in Forex was only for the super-smart or the super-lucky, prepare to get hit between the eyes with exactly how easy it really can be. They’re also terribly poor at telling you when to exit your tradeshow many times have you seen an ‘in-the-money’ trade suddenly turn against you without any warning at all?