Price action trading is a term that you frequently hear among traders currently. It is popular due to its minimalism and applicability across different markets and timeframes.
I wish I had a dollar for every time I’ve been asked what tools I use to trade. It would be easy money because my answer is always the same: chart patterns and volume.
The Market Internals are similar to the instrument cluster on your car, without them you really don’t know which direction you are headed or how fast you’re moving.
In this article we’ll cover a non-directional trading strategy that has been popular among banks and hedge funds, yet is lesser known among retail traders. The strategy most famously used the Japanese Yen in the mid 1990’s and again in 2004-2008. A drop in forex market volatility in 2019 is bringing the carry trade back … Read more
Trader Tim of EminiMind.com walks you through how to use 3 key tools for day trading the futures markets. In this presentation you will learn: – How to use these 3 key tools for day trading – How to identify a high quality setup – How to enter, manage, and exit a trade from start … Read more
Learn from the professionals how to apply Market Profile charting techniques to the intraday futures markets in this webinar.
The Australian dollar traded sharply higher on Monday following Australia’s election outcome over the weekend. The unexpected victory for Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his conservative Liberal National coalition party came after six volatile years of government. The center-left Labor party had been favored to win the federal election. Despite the spike, the Aussie still … Read more
Factor models are not just for long-term investors. They can help traders find out why their strategies are suffering.
Two terms you hear a lot about are support and resistance. Basically, they are points on a chart where the probabilities favor at least a temporary halt in the prevailing trend.