You’re trading with the uptrend, and your technical indicators show that prices are likely to keep moving up.
Finally, barely a few hours later, you hear ‘Ding!’… your trading platform has just informed you that your stop-loss order has been triggered.
Over the next 8 hours, you watch in disbelief as the market shoots up 90 pips in your original direction… What!?
You’re trading with the uptrend, and your technical indicators show that prices are likely to keep moving up. You’ve got a good feeling about this…
BUT, the recent candlestick activity tells you that now is a bad time to jump in… you’re waiting for the exact time to enter the market.
Then suddenly, you see an entry signal based on candlestick activity – this is what you’ve been waiting for!
…but that’s the difference between a trader who understands candlesticks, and one who doesn’t.
How many times have your stop-loss orders been triggered just before the market moves back in your direction?
We all know that we should ‘trade the trend’… but the problem is that most traders don’t know exactly when to enter and exit the market!
You see, identifying the price trend is not enough… you’ll also need to know exactly when to enter the market!
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If you’ve secretly thought that making money in Forex was only for the “highly educated professionals”, prepare to get hit between the eyes with exactly how simple it really can be.
I’ll be blunt: profitable Forex trading isn’t complicated at all… once you know what to look out for!
You see, many traders rely mostly on technical indicators to trade… and maybe that’s how you trade too…
But technical indicators only tell you what’s roughly happening in the market: For example — whether the market is overbought or oversold, or whether the market is on a general uptrend or downtrend…
These technical indicators can be helpful… but the problem is that they can’t pinpoint exactly when to enter a trade. They’re also terribly poor at telling you when to exit your trades… How many times have you seen an ‘in-the-money’ trade suddenly turn against you without any warning at all?
The reason why technical indicators often fail to help traders make effective trading decisions is because they all lag behind market prices.
The only true indicator…