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Trading and The Laws of Abundance - Video about trading psychology

How to Control Your Emotions When Trading. Part 1

How to Control Your Emotions When Trading. Part 2

What the forex is ?

Simple example about entry and exit method for swing traders (D1 timeframe).

Why 80% fail at using a trend following technique to trade the forex.

How to trade support resistance levels (s/r), and different kinds of s/r.

2 ways of analysis:  fundamental analysis and technical analysis.

Trading Strategy - Day Trading Confirmation Entry.

Ichimoku vs Moving Average Trade Analysis.

High Frequency Trading Explained

Boris Schlossberg about Futures vs. Spot ForexHigh frequency trading in action. CNN's Maggie Lake gets a rare look inside the super-fast trading industry.

High Frequency Trading Explained (HFT)

Day Trading Methods So Easy Anyone Can Use

Financial Crisis in Euro Cyprus doesn't always mean short - sell when using price action.

Gold, Crude, Russell with price action trading by John Paul.

Market conditions -- where will the price move ?

Technical Analysis for Idiots - My Market Theory.

Technical Analysis Course - Module 1: Technical Analysis and  the Dow Theory

Technical Analysis Course - Module 2: Charting Basics

Technical Analysis Course - Module 3: Trend Concepts

Technical Analysis Course - Module 4: Reversal and Continuation Patterns

Technical Analysis Course - Module 5: Volume and Open Interest

Technical Analysis Course - Module 6: Moving Averages

Technical Analysis Course - Module 7: Oscillators and Sentiment Indicators

Technical Analysis Course - Module 8: Further Charting

Technical Analysis Course - Module 9: Elliott Waves and Cycles of Time

Technical Analysis Course - Module 10: Cloud Charts: the Ichimoku Technique

Technical Analysis Course - Module 11: Money Management and Computers 

Technical Analysis Course - Module 12: How to Build a Trading Systems 

Technical Analysis Course - Module 13: The Stock Market

Technical Analysis Course - Module 14: Futures

Technical Analysis Course - Module 15: Options

Technical Analysis Course - Module 16: Forex Trading

Technical Analysis Course - Module 17: Strategies and Trading Principle

Best Forex Indicator To Use

Effective Forex Exit Strategy For Traders

Trading the Dow Jones: Wall Street Index 

Trading the FTSE: UK 100

Trading the Natural Gas Price

Trading the Nikkei

Data Announcements: Non-Farm Payrolls, GDP Figures and Central Bank Interventions

Most Popular Indices: FTSE vs Dax vs Dow

Trading the USD/JPY Currency Pair

Forex Trading and Leverage

Range Bound or Trending | The Best Way Traders Can Determine Market Conditions

Technical Analysis vs Fundamentals: How Reliable are Technicals ? 

Trading the Oil Price

Trading lesson #1 ADX Indicator

Trading lesson #2 CCI Indicator

Trading the Silver Price

EUR/USD - Most Popular Currency with Traders

The Importance of Exit Strategy, part 1

The Importance of Exit Strategy, part 2

The Importance of Exit Strategy, part 3

The Importance of Exit Strategy, part 4 - guidance of great traders

Moving Averages

Something Interesting in Financial Video June 2013

Something Interesting in Financial Video July 2013

Something Interesting in Financial Video August 2013

Something Interesting in Financial Video September 2013

Something Interesting in Financial Video October 2013

Something Interesting in Financial Video November 2013

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Perfecting Trade Exit Strategies

Trade exit strategies form the part of your trading plan that help your profit management. Buying the correct stock and the correct number of stocks is all to no avail if you do not know when to exit a position. In fact, having a definitive exit strategy is as important as defining your entry.


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Becoming a Better Trader – Utilizing Multiple Time-frames (Video)

In this webinar, we discussed how to use multiple time-frames and take a top-down approach when analyzing markets. This not only helps put the prevailing winds at your back, but can also guide you towards better entries, thus improving the average risk profile of a trade (as we always discuss, risk management is paramount to trading success). We examined a few key tenets to start, then delved into a few past and current examples for a comprehensive overview.

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Video Lesson: How to Trade - The Leverage

One of the great things about the forex market for individual traders and one of the reasons we are starting with the forex market as our first market specific course is the availability of real time demo accounts. Unlike the equities and futures markets where one must pay the exchanges to get access to real time data, most forex brokers not only provide free real time quotes and charts but they also give you access to the same platform that their live traders trade on and the ability to trade there with virtual cash. This is a nice perk especially for beginner traders, as it allows them to get to know the market and the logistics of placing trades in a real time environment but without risking any real money.

Leverage in forex = Purchase Power/Capital Invested = $100,000/$1,000 = 100

This leverage ratio of 1:100 is translated as following:

  • For every $1 I deposit in my forex broker's account, my broker in return deposits $100 in my margin account. So, if I deposit $1000 then my broker deposits $100,000 in my trading account. So with just $1000 of my own money, I can control $100,000 for my trading purposes. By doing so I created a leverage in forex.

Remember, a 25% loss requires a 33% return to get back to break even. If a 25% loss in a fast moving market is difficult enough to overcome, imagine how challenging it would be to overcome a 25% loss in a slow moving market. Therefore, de-emphasize each trade and think of the next trade simply as the first of ten trades rather than the next homerun.

You can reduce the emphasis by implementing less than 10x effective leverage. Effective leverage is simply taking the total notional trade size and dividing it by your account size. The result will indicate how many times you have your equity levered. According to our research, we recommend implementing less than ten times effective leverage.

Incorporating smaller trade sizes and less leverage will alleviate the stress of having to produce a profitable trade. As a result, you’ll be more likely to let the trade develop and let the trade evolve in the way the patterns indicate.

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VIDEO LESSON - Introduction to the British Pound

Although the United Kingdom is a member of the European Union, it has not yet adopted the Euro as its currency, so it is not part of the European Monetary Union. There are a number of reasons for this, but perhaps most famous is the country's forced withdrawal from the Exchange Rate Mechanism, the precursor to the Euro. As we have touched on in previous lessons, before joining the Euro countries were required to meet certain criteria, one of which was to keep the value of their currency within certain "bands". After initially trying to adhere to the qualifications set forth for participation in the European Monetary Union, the value of the pound dropped below the lower band, forcing the country out of what would become the European Monetary Union

As Kathy Lien points out in her book Day Trading the Currency Market, while the GBP/USD is a very active currency, the Pound is also very active in the crosses, and as the EU is their largest trading partner, traders pay particular attention to movements in the EUR/GBP for fundamental ques on the currency. As of this lesson the UK also has the highest interest rates in the G7, causing it to be used as the currency many traders will buy when playing the carry trade we learned about in module 3 of this course. This makes GBP/JPY one of the more active crosses in the market and one which traders who are looking for increased volatility often choose as their favorite. 

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Kevin 'Huddy' Hudson - The Basics of Market Profile 

Kevin “Huddy” Hudson is a full-time trader and coach to fellow traders specializing in the S&P E-mini futures contract. He has spent many years perfecting his entry and exit techniques using channels and trend lines along with critical Market Profile levels to find and trade both minor and major support areas. He has made a living trading the markets for more than a decade. As the founder of, Huddy loves to pass along his thoughts about the market and trade ideas to subscribers and students. Nothing makes him happier than seeing a student actually “get it”.

In this webinar we will cover the basics of market profile


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Market profile - Wikipedia
Market profile - Wikipedia
A Market Profile is an intra-day charting technique (price vertical, time/activity horizontal) devised by J. Peter Steidlmayer, a trader at the Chicago Board of Trade (CBOT), ca 1959-1985. Steidlmayer was seeking a way to determine and to evaluate market value as it developed in the day time frame. The concept was to display price on a vertical...