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How to Day Trade Using Price Action: Pt. 17
May 31, 2019
Want to learn a free trading technique that may be more reliable than candlestick patterns? Watch this video on Harami reversal or consolidation patterns. Harami occurs over two candles, bullish or bearish, similar to what was described in our last price action video. In Japanese, Harami means pregnant. You'll understand why this word works by seeing how the candles birth new price action. You may need to pause this video and write down the key identifiers.
How to Day Trade Using Price Action: Pt. 16
May 24, 2019
In this episode, we're going to look at two price action patterns: bullish engulfing and bearish engulfing. These are simple and easy to spot when trading in real-time. The Bullish pattern consists of two candles or bars. The second candle forms the pattern. The open and close of the previous candle do not match up with the second candle. Use your imagination for the bearish englufing situation. It's pretty much the opposite. They can point to big trends.
How to Day Trade Using Price Action: Pt. 15
May 10, 2019
Ever heard of Wyckoff Springs? It's a price action method that lets you identify powerful moves up. Note that these moves are difficult to trade live. You may want to let some of the price action play out. Wait for the pullback and look for entering on the next move up. You can do this on the inverse in a bear rally. Watch this video a few times. We have new Mentorship classes that begin on a regular basis. Come learn about 10 or so trading methods!
How to Day Trade Using Price Action: Pt. 14
May 3, 2019
Fear, greed, and hope are three huge psychological components of trading. We use the term Mr. Market to refer to the combiend force of big market participants like hedge funds and trading firms. In this video, you can see how price gets locked into a range. Some price action within the range is manipulation to shake off and attract new traders. Big players can act at almost anytime to cause artificial buying or selling. Beware Mr. Market!
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