By Richard Krugel Introduction on How to Use the MACD Indicator Traders rely heavily on indicators to assist them with their technical analysis and the variables used to calculate an indicators values are mostly based on the open, high, low, close and volume of a candle/bar. So many variables have led to the creation of […]

By Richard K. Introduction on How to Build a Strategy Most traders will inevitably come to the point where they want to develop their own trading strategy or system, probably because the strategies or systems they have spent their hard earned money on before turned out to be garbage and a complete waste of time. […]

By Richard Krugel Introduction to Fibonacci Trading Leonardo of Pisa, also known as Fibonacci was a famous Italian mathematician during the middle ages and he was the first to write about a special sequence of numbers. When these numbers were added up in a certain way they resulted in a ratio that can be used […]

By Richard Krugel Updated 10.10.2019 Introduction There are plenty of bar styles that traders can use to derive information from their favorite market, with the Japanese Candlestick style being the most popular by far. In this article, we will have a look at how candlesticks can be used as a trade confirmation tool to find […]

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By Richard K.

Introduction to Trade Entry Techniques

Trading involves so much more than just entering and exiting a trade but instead requires a process of careful planning, execution and management. All of which should follow a trading strategy that has been proven to provide the trader/user with an edge. Continue reading

Multiple Time Frame Analysis

Introduction To Multiple Time Frame Analysis

Traders rely heavily on studying charts for clues of what price might be doing next in an attempt to gain an edge. Charts provide us with a visual representation of price movement over time and traders can perform their analysis using their favorite time frames to suit their trading style e.g. larger time frames tend to suit traders that attempt to hold positions for an extended period of time and smaller time frames to day trade or even scalp with. Continue reading

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Using a pitchfork to map out future price movement in any market is a wonderful way to determine two things:

a) Where a market may be heading to and
b) Where a market is most likely to find support or resistance.

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Members of the Exponential Profits System (EPS) were in for a treat when they were alerted to another trade opportunity, setting up just a few days after the first successful forecast.
The EPS Trade Forecast Service is a trading report released to members twice per week that covers potential trade setups that follows the trading methodology taught in our course.

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