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Today – Anything Can Happen – 2

Sometimes the structure and price action are easy to read and easy to trade. And sometimes it’s a real challenge. But it can always be made that much harder when we impose our own ego and beliefs upon the market at a time when they just don’t align. Case in point – I hate all-time-highs….

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Followup to “Today – Anything Can Happen”

There was an article sent out four weeks ago (Today – Anything Can Happen) which discussed a simple mindset trick to help you separate your narrative about the world from your job of recognising and adapting to the actual market bias. While the “real world” suffers through the ongoing trauma of 2020… it can be…

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Today – Anything Can Happen

I sent out the following social media post last Saturday: All-time highs in the NASDAQ! Incredible when you consider where we were just two months prior. And of course when you consider the current state of the world. But that's the nature of markets. They don't care what we think. So I thought I should…

Trading Process and Strategy

Sideways Trend into the Open

  On Monday, prior to the market open, I shared the following YTC article via social media – https://yourtradingcoach.com/trading-process-and-strategy/patience-at-the-open/ The title of the article is "Patience at the Open". And that pretty much sums up my intent in sending out that link. Simply trying to slow down the excitement and stop you jumping into the…

Trading Process and Strategy

Simple Session Bias – 2

  Last week I introduced two quick and simple methods for establishing the "bigger picture" bias for the trading session. Let's look at this concept one more time, reviewing all sessions since last week's publication. We will focus this time on the opening range method (my preferred method) and go into a little more detail….