In this article, we continue to study the trading methodology from the demand/supply zones of Sam Seyden and his followers. You can familiarize yourself with the first article at the link – “Forex Trading from Supply and Demand Zones“.
The trading strategy in supply / demand zones is quite simple and methodologically fundamentally not particularly different from trading at support / resistance levels. Continue reading
Trading in financial markets from levels (or zones) of supply and demand is traditionally associated with the methodology developed by Sam Seiden and his colleagues.
This methodology is extremely interesting for traders for several reasons. First of all, it is quite simple to understand and based on the basic principles of market interaction of supply and demand. It does not use complex technical indicators and, according to many traders, it provides significant advantages in the real trading of any financial instruments. Let’s delve into this methodology together. Continue reading
If you decide to trade seriously and for a long time, then sooner or later you will have a question: how many monitors are needed and how to organize your workplace correctly.
In the photo above, you see the desktop of Linda Raschke, the author of the popular book “Street Smarts — High Probability Short Term Trading Strategies”. In this article I want to share with you my experience of working space organization for trading in the Forex market. Continue reading
The fall in yields on benchmark US government bonds (10-year) in the past few days has pulled down the entire long edge of the yield curve.
This led to the inversion of the yield curve for a plot of 2 to 5 years. What does this mean and when should we expect a recession in the USA? Continue reading
The economic calendar is one of the most important information tools in trading. Numbers that appear in it depend on the actions of a huge number of traders, which leads prices for financial assets (currencies, stocks, etc.) to very volatile movements.
Do we understand where this data comes from and who provides it? Continue reading
Support and resistance levels are one of the most important methods of technical analysis on Forex.
In this article, I quote the long-term levels for the main currency pairs on the forex market, as well as the US dollar index (USDX), gold and oil. Continue reading
Triangle is a quite common technical figure on Forex. Traders need to know how to open positions in the triangle with the least risk.
The technical figure Triangle and the principles of working with it are described in detail in the article “Figure of the technical analysis Triangle – use on a Forex”. In this article I will describe in detail the scheme of actions for the opening of trading positions in this technical figure on a real example. Continue reading
Dead cat bounce – a price model in financial markets, which means a false rebound in the price after a sharp drop in the asset. After the rebound, the price of the financial asset continues to go down.
This expression came to forex from the stock market, but can be applied to any financial assets. Continue reading
The forex market is a total hell. The most risky market in the world.
And to survive on it, you must observe the basic rules of work in the foreign exchange market. Continue reading
Analysis of COT reports is one of the most popular methods for analyzing the dynamics of currency pairs in the forex market.
However, does the analysis of currency futures in the format of the weekly reports of the Commodity Futures Trading Commission have a practical advantage for trading in the foreign exchange market? Let’s understand. Continue reading