What makes buyers and sellers tick? You may say that buyers are looking for a market rise and sellers for a market fall but have you really thought that through?
What about a buyer who gets stopped out? He is now a seller and the seller who closes his position because the trade is going against him is now a buyer.
Why did they take those positions? Can we find that out so that we can become a benificery of theses unsuccessful trades? The answer is yes!
What we have to do is go back basics. We know that if we use indicators patterns and methods for our analysis that everybody else uses then we will get the same results as everyone else, losses.
That’s why we say ‘everything you know about trading is wrong’.
To get consistent low risk high profit entries you need to have a solid understanding of what it is that makes markets move and why and where small retail traders make their trades.
Let’s take a look at this chart. First of all we have a major run up to a point here where we have a signal that we teach on our course and I hope you will forgive me here but this is why this chart is a line chart and not candlesticks. I don’t want to give away too much in a demo video!
Our signal showed us that the pressure to sell here became immense and then there was a catastrophic fall in price.
What happens next is inevitable, the price drops away, consolidates for a while and then begins to move back up to out predetermined line where we short it.
Who are we selling to? To the inexperienced small retail traders, who are buying after an increase in price and into an area of massive selling activity.
This is a strategy we teach in our course The 123 Trade. In this course we reveal the exact strategy that we use time after time, day after day and in works in all markets across all time frames. In addition to the training video you also get 45 minutes of Skype one to one mentoring.
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