Forex Market Analysis 05 August 2019 - Swing Trading M15

Forex Market Analysis 05 August 2019 - Swing Trading M15

We just closed a profitable month with the Ichimoku Trading Strategy applied to the hourly charts. For this month, I have considered all the messages and comments left by other Forex Traders and decided to go for the Swing Trading Strategy applied to M15 charts.

In this video, we will go through chart analysis with the Swing Trading Strategy and also with the Ichimoku.

At the end, we will also talk about the ALM system and what's new in the course about the progressions.

Setup:

- H1 chart

- Green Simple Moving Average (60-close)

- Orange Simple Moving Average (240-close)

- Red Simple Moving Average (960-close)

- Bullish Trend, starting from the top = green-orange-red

- Bearish Trend, starting from the top = red-orange-green

To start with Forex Trading: analysis and patterns: infamous System ALM-TCS: 2 of the ALM-TCS, with the Risk Model to boost the profits: setup and Chart Patterns: complete Ichimoku Trading Strategy: links re-direct you to the page of the courses containing a coupon with a 95% discount.

Please make sure to follow the video for trading ideas and a better explanation of the entry and exit points for your trades.

Enjoy the video!

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