How to Trade Using Pin Bar Like a Pro

How to Trade Using Pin Bar Like a Pro

The pin bar is a candlestick bar which is a very powerful formation if you use it correctly. You can catch significant market moves as this bar signals to take the trade from the beginning of the trend. We find these ideal pin bars when the market moves sharply and then dries the volatility or loses the strength of its trend.

Most Traders Lose Money, Why?

Why Most Traders Lose Money

Most traders DO lose money. Social media makes it look easier than it is because so many people are posting their winning trades. Availability bias is believing information you see most. Seeing it most doesn’t make it true. Losers just tend to be less public about it.

Top 3 Trading Psychology Lessons

Trading Psychology

The wrong trading psychology is one of the biggest things that cause people to fail in trading the financial markets. No trading system will work, no matter how good, if a trader can’t follow it with discipline and focus over a long period of time. It is emotions and ego that usually cause a trader … Read more

Technical Analysis For Beginners (The Ultimate Guide)

Technical Analysis

Technical analysis is the art and science of reading charts to quantify the trend or trading range price is in, the path of least resistance for the next directional move, the area of value on the chart, and create good risk/reward ratios by defining key technical levels.

Simple Ways to Use Candlestick Patterns

Candlestick Patterns

Candlestick Patterns are a type of chart that clearly represents the behavior of buyers and sellers through visual price action patterns. They are a very helpful type of chart that can be used for seeing patterns form on a chart and establish signals. Here are 3 Simple Ways To Use Candlestick Patterns In Trading can … Read more

10 Paul Tudor Jones Price Action Trading Quotes

10 Paul Tudor Jones Price Action Trading Quotes

Paul Tudor Jones is one of the greatest traders and money managers of his generation. He has had no losing years in his primary fund for decades. He was able to more than double his capital under management during the Black Monday Crash of 1987 while others faced huge drawdowns and account blow ups.

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