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  • The other side of forex they don't tell you about 🤣🤣🤣😂😂🤣🤣🤣😂😂
  • The other side of forex they don't tell you about 🤣🤣🤣😂😂🤣🤣🤣😂😂
  • 300 45 11 September, 2018

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  • Why do more when you can do what works bigger and better?
  • Why do more when you can do what works bigger and better?
  • 169 21 8 May, 2018
  • In this trade example,we had five trading opportunities,the first trade was after a false breakout
that was made at a support level.the second trade was after a false breakout that was at a resistance level
but this trade was a loss, because we were a victim of hunting stop trap.don't think that what i teach is a holy grail you will lose some trades from time to time, but if you follow my money management strategy, you will always become winner in the long term.we determined the hunting stop trap, and we took another trade that went to our profit target.
-The fourth trade was at the demand zone after the formation of a pin bar candlestick pattern,we tried to enter at the 50% of the bar range to get a good risk to reward ratio but the market goes to the profit target without us.
that happens from time to time, don't take it in person, all traders experience this.
the last trade was after a rejection from the supply zone, here the market goes directlty to hit our profit target.
If you want to learn more about my price action strategies and tactics, i highly recommend to get your copy
of my ebook, click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • In this trade example,we had five trading opportunities,the first trade was after a false breakout
    that was made at a support level.the second trade was after a false breakout that was at a resistance level
    but this trade was a loss, because we were a victim of hunting stop trap.don't think that what i teach is a holy grail you will lose some trades from time to time, but if you follow my money management strategy, you will always become winner in the long term.we determined the hunting stop trap, and we took another trade that went to our profit target.
    -The fourth trade was at the demand zone after the formation of a pin bar candlestick pattern,we tried to enter at the 50% of the bar range to get a good risk to reward ratio but the market goes to the profit target without us.
    that happens from time to time, don't take it in person, all traders experience this.
    the last trade was after a rejection from the supply zone, here the market goes directlty to hit our profit target.
    If you want to learn more about my price action strategies and tactics, i highly recommend to get your copy
    of my ebook, click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • 901 66 30 March, 2019
  • Let’s take a look at the same breakout strategy but this time we’ll apply it to a USDJPY 4 hour chart.
Notice how in the USDJPY 4 hour chart,the market touched the upper and lower boundaries of the wedge several times before eventually breaking lower. As soon as the 4 hour bar closed below support, we could have looked for an entry on a retest of former support, which came just a few hours later.Although the pin bar trading strategy is my favorite, I have had some of my largest trades using the Forex breakout strategy.
The market will often react quite aggressively after the breakout occurs, allowing traders to secure a large profit 
in a relatively short period of time.
To learn more,i highly recommend you to get your copy of my ebook,if you are interested click on the link in bio or send me a private message
  • Let’s take a look at the same breakout strategy but this time we’ll apply it to a USDJPY 4 hour chart.
    Notice how in the USDJPY 4 hour chart,the market touched the upper and lower boundaries of the wedge several times before eventually breaking lower. As soon as the 4 hour bar closed below support, we could have looked for an entry on a retest of former support, which came just a few hours later.Although the pin bar trading strategy is my favorite, I have had some of my largest trades using the Forex breakout strategy.
    The market will often react quite aggressively after the breakout occurs, allowing traders to secure a large profit
    in a relatively short period of time.
    To learn more,i highly recommend you to get your copy of my ebook,if you are interested click on the link in bio or send me a private message
  • 762 5 20 April, 2019
  • The next technique is more aggressive and provides a better risk to reward scenario. In this technique, you wait
 for a candlestick to open and close above the trendline. If that happens, you enter at the open of the next 
candlestick.Your stop loss is placed under the most recent low.
If you’re going to use this technique, I recommend moving your stop loss to break even before price makes it back up to the breakout line. The breakout line often acts as resistance, so it’s a good idea to move your stop to break even, as long as your trade still has a little room to breath.
If you want to learn more, i highly recommend you to get your copy of my own ebook,the candlestick bible
this work helped thousands of traders become profitable and it would help you too.if you are interseted
click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • The next technique is more aggressive and provides a better risk to reward scenario. In this technique, you wait
    for a candlestick to open and close above the trendline. If that happens, you enter at the open of the next
    candlestick.Your stop loss is placed under the most recent low.
    If you’re going to use this technique, I recommend moving your stop loss to break even before price makes it back up to the breakout line. The breakout line often acts as resistance, so it’s a good idea to move your stop to break even, as long as your trade still has a little room to breath.
    If you want to learn more, i highly recommend you to get your copy of my own ebook,the candlestick bible
    this work helped thousands of traders become profitable and it would help you too.if you are interseted
    click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • 977 30 3 May, 2019

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  • All sufferings are lessons of disassociation. Take weed-whacking, for instance. Say I go out and try to weed-whack with shorts on. I will probably get hurt. I'd have to look back on that suffering and disassociate myself from my ego. The same goes for suffering in trading.

Learn more about using virtues in trading. "Philosophy and Virtue in Trading" - webinars link in bio
  • All sufferings are lessons of disassociation. Take weed-whacking, for instance. Say I go out and try to weed-whack with shorts on. I will probably get hurt. I'd have to look back on that suffering and disassociate myself from my ego. The same goes for suffering in trading.

    Learn more about using virtues in trading. "Philosophy and Virtue in Trading" - webinars link in bio
  • 3 1 57 minutes ago

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  • Market ups and downs: do they worry you? For many people, they do. However, Wizard of Ops is not worried by these swings. In fact, we are positioned to handle them.
  • Market ups and downs: do they worry you? For many people, they do. However, Wizard of Ops is not worried by these swings. In fact, we are positioned to handle them.
  • 11 1 2 hours ago
  • A diagonal is basically a directional calendar. The difference is that the front month is sold at a different strike price. It is speculative like the vertical, but vega positive. 
Characteristics: Delta neutral, vega positive, theta positive, max loss is premium paid (unless held after expiration). Max gain cannot be measured concretely. 
More info about options strategies is on my website - FAQs link in bio
  • A diagonal is basically a directional calendar. The difference is that the front month is sold at a different strike price. It is speculative like the vertical, but vega positive.
    Characteristics: Delta neutral, vega positive, theta positive, max loss is premium paid (unless held after expiration). Max gain cannot be measured concretely.
    More info about options strategies is on my website - FAQs link in bio
  • 9 1 5 hours ago

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  • Review - #nzdusd
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Price not quite reaching the resistance line I had planned, but a strong bullish signal came in the form of a dragon fly doji on the 1 hour charts.
  • Review - #nzdusd
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    Price not quite reaching the resistance line I had planned, but a strong bullish signal came in the form of a dragon fly doji on the 1 hour charts.
  • 20 1 23 hours ago
  • Review - #usdjpy
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Was expecting a bounce from this trend channel. With a long tail to the south doji candle bouncing down through the trend line on the 1 hour chart and back up into the channel. This idea fell short but allowed for a small loss.
  • Review - #usdjpy
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    Was expecting a bounce from this trend channel. With a long tail to the south doji candle bouncing down through the trend line on the 1 hour chart and back up into the channel. This idea fell short but allowed for a small loss.
  • 23 1 23 hours ago
  • Review - #GBPUSD
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Great retest of the price structure level and then a bullish followed by a doji candle and engulfing bearish candle in the hour was a strong signal to sell as seen on the 1 hour chart.
  • Review - #GBPUSD
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    Great retest of the price structure level and then a bullish followed by a doji candle and engulfing bearish candle in the hour was a strong signal to sell as seen on the 1 hour chart.
  • 18 2 23 hours ago

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  • This is another opportunity after the false breakout,as i always say, make it stupid simple, don't complicate
your trading, watch your leves,if the breakout happens,don't enter , wait for a breakout and then a pullback , this will confirm the breakout, sometimes the breakout will happen without a pullback, but this is how trading work.
if the market broke and the reversed, here you know that is a false breakout and you should enter agaisnt the breakout If you want to learn more , i highly recommend you to get a copy of my ebook,click on the link in bio or send me a private message
  • This is another opportunity after the false breakout,as i always say, make it stupid simple, don't complicate
    your trading, watch your leves,if the breakout happens,don't enter , wait for a breakout and then a pullback , this will confirm the breakout, sometimes the breakout will happen without a pullback, but this is how trading work.
    if the market broke and the reversed, here you know that is a false breakout and you should enter agaisnt the breakout If you want to learn more , i highly recommend you to get a copy of my ebook,click on the link in bio or send me a private message
  • 357 4 23 May, 2019

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  • You vs. You. Trading, and life! 🤞📈
  • You vs. You. Trading, and life! 🤞📈
  • 43 3 22 May, 2019

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  • Lots of people in the community messaging me and asking about bitcoin.. Crypto markets are going crazy again and it’s nice to see some life being pumped back in to them.. but I have no crystal ball. All I’m saying is that it’s not usually a good idea to chase price.. or women 😬 very dangerous territory atm and if you don’t wanna get bitch slapped it’s probably best to cool your jets. You all know I’m in favor of crypto. I’m just not in favor of buying overbought markets. Probably best to be patient and wait for a pullback, even if that means you have to sit on your hands and watch BTC move up another few thousand dollars before it ultimately does come back down to earth. 
Tag someone who needs a bitcoin reality check. 🍄🤩
  • Lots of people in the community messaging me and asking about bitcoin.. Crypto markets are going crazy again and it’s nice to see some life being pumped back in to them.. but I have no crystal ball. All I’m saying is that it’s not usually a good idea to chase price.. or women 😬 very dangerous territory atm and if you don’t wanna get bitch slapped it’s probably best to cool your jets. You all know I’m in favor of crypto. I’m just not in favor of buying overbought markets. Probably best to be patient and wait for a pullback, even if that means you have to sit on your hands and watch BTC move up another few thousand dollars before it ultimately does come back down to earth.
    Tag someone who needs a bitcoin reality check. 🍄🤩
  • 23 10 21 May, 2019
  • Don't think always of saving money, think of investing that money, this is the only way to achieve your
financial freedom.
If you want to trade the market,and you still find it difficult because your strategey doesn't work or you don't
know what to do, iam here, and i can help you.i have a trading method that helped thousands of traders
become profitable, it is easy, simple, and very profitable, and it will work certainly for you. if you are interested
click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • Don't think always of saving money, think of investing that money, this is the only way to achieve your
    financial freedom.
    If you want to trade the market,and you still find it difficult because your strategey doesn't work or you don't
    know what to do, iam here, and i can help you.i have a trading method that helped thousands of traders
    become profitable, it is easy, simple, and very profitable, and it will work certainly for you. if you are interested
    click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • 6 1 21 May, 2019
  • Price always tells a story and sometimes the story can be a little confusing. If it is, pick another chart. 
Indicators can smooth out the volatile price movements so you think you are looking at a calm chart but the reality is it’s a chart with no clear direction full of spikes back and forth.
Trading that environment will wipe you out.
Seeing momentum candles in one direction along with weaker candles in the opposite direction can be a great indicator of the current trend of price.  We also can never forget the standard higher high and higher low for an uptrend and lower highs and lows for a downtrend either.
My general rule is that, as you can see on this chart with the red circle, we must see a true swing and that’s 
something you have to decide.  Regardless, due to the strong up trend that happened after the higher low, 
the area with the white box, if broken, would signal to me a true trend change.
to learn a complete price action trading method that helped thousands of traders become profitable,i highly 
recommend you to purchase a copy of my ebook. click on the link in bio or send me a private message if you 
are interested.
  • Price always tells a story and sometimes the story can be a little confusing. If it is, pick another chart.
    Indicators can smooth out the volatile price movements so you think you are looking at a calm chart but the reality is it’s a chart with no clear direction full of spikes back and forth.
    Trading that environment will wipe you out.
    Seeing momentum candles in one direction along with weaker candles in the opposite direction can be a great indicator of the current trend of price. We also can never forget the standard higher high and higher low for an uptrend and lower highs and lows for a downtrend either.
    My general rule is that, as you can see on this chart with the red circle, we must see a true swing and that’s
    something you have to decide. Regardless, due to the strong up trend that happened after the higher low,
    the area with the white box, if broken, would signal to me a true trend change.
    to learn a complete price action trading method that helped thousands of traders become profitable,i highly
    recommend you to purchase a copy of my ebook. click on the link in bio or send me a private message if you
    are interested.
  • 441 6 21 May, 2019
  • What is it about the pin bar that makes it such a profitable candlestick pattern?
Is it how the candle forms or its location in context to the surrounding price action?
An argument can be made for both as the most profitable pin bars are distinct and also occur at key support 
or resistance.But here’s the deal…
A perfectly formed pin bar in the middle of nowhere is useless. Sure, it may trigger a move, but it doesn’t have 
what we need for it to be tradable.On the flip side, a decently formed pin bar at an obvious level of support 
or resistance can be extremely profitable.Therefore, we can say that the location of a pin bar is more important 
than how the candlestick forms.Here’s an excellent example of two well-formed pin bars that occurred at 
prominent levels in the market.
What made these two patterns work as sell and buy signals respectively are the levels at which they formed.
Sure, the pin bars are also perfect, but those same candles at arbitrary prices wouldn’t trigger the same favorable follow through.While these were no doubt profitable setups, a ranging market isn’t always the best when looking for price action signals.
Why is that, you ask?
The lack of a directional bias creates uncertainty. For this reason, trade setups that occur within a strong 
trending market are almost always the better option.
With this in mind, it’s best to identify the trend first and then watch for bullish or bearish price action 
at key levels. By doing this, you’re able to leverage the momentum of the market to help ensure follow through once you’ve taken a position.
To learn more, i highly recommend to get your copy of my ebook as soon as possible while it is still available
click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • What is it about the pin bar that makes it such a profitable candlestick pattern?
    Is it how the candle forms or its location in context to the surrounding price action?
    An argument can be made for both as the most profitable pin bars are distinct and also occur at key support
    or resistance.But here’s the deal…
    A perfectly formed pin bar in the middle of nowhere is useless. Sure, it may trigger a move, but it doesn’t have
    what we need for it to be tradable.On the flip side, a decently formed pin bar at an obvious level of support
    or resistance can be extremely profitable.Therefore, we can say that the location of a pin bar is more important
    than how the candlestick forms.Here’s an excellent example of two well-formed pin bars that occurred at
    prominent levels in the market.
    What made these two patterns work as sell and buy signals respectively are the levels at which they formed.
    Sure, the pin bars are also perfect, but those same candles at arbitrary prices wouldn’t trigger the same favorable follow through.While these were no doubt profitable setups, a ranging market isn’t always the best when looking for price action signals.
    Why is that, you ask?
    The lack of a directional bias creates uncertainty. For this reason, trade setups that occur within a strong
    trending market are almost always the better option.
    With this in mind, it’s best to identify the trend first and then watch for bullish or bearish price action
    at key levels. By doing this, you’re able to leverage the momentum of the market to help ensure follow through once you’ve taken a position.
    To learn more, i highly recommend to get your copy of my ebook as soon as possible while it is still available
    click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • 226 3 21 May, 2019
  • Don't think always of saving money, think of investing that money, this is the only way to achieve your
financial freedom.
If you want to trade the market,and you still find it difficult because your strategey doesn't work or you don't
know what to do, iam here, and i can help you.i have a trading method that helped thousands of traders
become profitable,it is easy, simple, and very profitable, and it will work certainly for you. if you are interested
click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • Don't think always of saving money, think of investing that money, this is the only way to achieve your
    financial freedom.
    If you want to trade the market,and you still find it difficult because your strategey doesn't work or you don't
    know what to do, iam here, and i can help you.i have a trading method that helped thousands of traders
    become profitable,it is easy, simple, and very profitable, and it will work certainly for you. if you are interested
    click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • 298 7 20 May, 2019
  • Stop stressing about the news – Let price action be your guide
Did you know as Forex traders, we are the ones that actually determine the exchange rates of currencies through our buying and selling activity?
No matter how small your account is, your trading activity will affect the exchange rates on some level. 
It might be small and unnoticeable, but you will have an effect.
Obviously the bigger Forex traders like commercial companies, hedge funds and even banks will be able to have a much larger impact through their high volume buying and selling activity.
Like I mentioned earlier, most market participants are actually technical traders who use the data from the actual price charts to make their trading decisions.
If a news release caused a move which conflicted heavily against the technicals on the chart – it’s mostly likely 
that the move will be ‘faded’ as the technical traders view this as an opportunity to grab cheaper prices. 
This is a very simplified, watered down example.
One of my friends messaged me and said “quick take a look at the EURUSD!”
So, I opened the chart and to my surprise a news release had driven prices heavily against my position (I think it was one of those fed speeches which are renowned for causing big price moves).
I am proud to say that I didn’t panic and close the trade – I just followed through with my plan. 
The bullish move eventually settled down and the technical traders jumped back in and drove the price down again.
The moral of this story is, even though the news can create strong movements against the overall market momentum, the moves are generally temporary and are just an inconvenience if anything.
To learn more, i highly recommend you to get my ebook,if you are interested, click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • Stop stressing about the news – Let price action be your guide
    Did you know as Forex traders, we are the ones that actually determine the exchange rates of currencies through our buying and selling activity?
    No matter how small your account is, your trading activity will affect the exchange rates on some level.
    It might be small and unnoticeable, but you will have an effect.
    Obviously the bigger Forex traders like commercial companies, hedge funds and even banks will be able to have a much larger impact through their high volume buying and selling activity.
    Like I mentioned earlier, most market participants are actually technical traders who use the data from the actual price charts to make their trading decisions.
    If a news release caused a move which conflicted heavily against the technicals on the chart – it’s mostly likely
    that the move will be ‘faded’ as the technical traders view this as an opportunity to grab cheaper prices.
    This is a very simplified, watered down example.
    One of my friends messaged me and said “quick take a look at the EURUSD!”
    So, I opened the chart and to my surprise a news release had driven prices heavily against my position (I think it was one of those fed speeches which are renowned for causing big price moves).
    I am proud to say that I didn’t panic and close the trade – I just followed through with my plan.
    The bullish move eventually settled down and the technical traders jumped back in and drove the price down again.
    The moral of this story is, even though the news can create strong movements against the overall market momentum, the moves are generally temporary and are just an inconvenience if anything.
    To learn more, i highly recommend you to get my ebook,if you are interested, click on the link in bio or send me a private message.
  • 285 4 20 May, 2019