Introduction to Forex Bank Trading Strategies – January 13th 2013

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  5. a little constructive criticism….talk less and say more.  it took me an hour of listening to get 3 or 4 basic ideas – it doesn't take that long to teach.  
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  6. We just posted a new article under the 'forex articles' tab on the website…you can check that out for more info on robots. I'm personally not a bit fan of them and think they are one of many forex scams. I've been in this market for close to 9 years and I've never seen one be consistently profitable. I'm always open to being proven wrong. All the best.

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  7. Hi Rob,
    We use the hourly chart to look for the cycles. We want to see a push that is around 90% of the average daily range to consider it a push and expect the next days push to be in that direction. The level they push from is a different story but its is almost always from a significant point where there was buying or selling in the past.
    Chad

  8. Cont…Scroll down half way and you will see a post titled "Forex Trend Trading – Part 1". Watch that 3 part series and market cycle and out strategy all together will make a great deal more sense to you. If you cannot find it just shoot us an email and we will send you the direct link.

    -Sterling

  9. Hey Rob,

    Yes the market moves in larger cycles such as the daily & weekly charts. For example look at the EUR/USD on the weekly chart. Ever since 2008 every move up or down has been a cycle of three. For the purpose of tracking banking activity on a daily basis however, we use a small cycle that occurs over the course of 3 to 4 days on average. There are different rules to the cycle that help you better identify it. If you go to the site linked above and click on the tab "forex videos"

  10. If the market moves normally in a 3 cycle formation, is that on a daily time frame such that you then have an idea of direction for the following day, or do you use a lower time frame for the 3 cycles – that is what confuses me, what time frame do you look for the 3 cycles on?

  11. There is a ton of info on the site that details it further. Go into the forex videos section and then scroll down to find the three part video series I put together. If you have't seen it, it will help a great deal. If you cannot find it shoot us an email at daytradingforexlive@gmail.com and I will email it to you directly as I can't put links in comments. You can also find it in our youtube videos if preferred.

  12. I use FXCM with their Non-Dealer Desk Account (micro account). I'm pretty sure they are a good broker, but they only offer NDD accounts in the micro context. All the bigger accounts are dealer desk (I think?). The spread difference between the NDD account and the others is over 1 pip, which seems like a lot,.. but I assume it compensates for commission prices?

    I get what you're saying about bank manipulation. I wish I could see it better in the charts, though… 

  13. What broker do you trade with? The big picture is not the broker. In all actuality the brokers simply report the price feed they are given. The main key is identifying bank manipulation as this remains consistent no matter the broker you use. It is preferable to trade with a broker that does not trade against you like you mention. One quick way to tell if you have a good broker or not is to see if they have a "counter-party agreement"….if not then they are one of the better ones for sure.

  14. Hi,

    There is a link to the site below the video. If you click on that one of the main tabs is "forex videos". Click on that and it will bring up all our education videos. If you look in there you will see the three part series labeled Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3. I would link to it directly but youtube will not allow links in comments. If you cannot find it please email us at daytradingforexlive@gmail.com I will send you the direct link. Happy Trading.

    -Sterling 

  15. Hey Jared….I agree if someone thinks the learning process is short then they might as well move on. Learning to trade takes time, and a great deal of support. That's something most educators won't say because quite frankly it doesn't sell well 🙂 The main point I think Andrew was getting across is that there needs to be a clearer direction for the webinar. Obviously the Q&A section is going to bounce around but the main points could be more clearly laid out…and I agree. Happy Trading!

  16. Hey Andrew….we appreciate the comment and the thoughts and quite honestly I agree. One of the things I try to do with the videos is keep a bit more focus as well as keep them shorter (except for when its a webinar). Either way keeping it more clearly on a specific topic is helpful without a doubt and we appreciate the feedback. Shoot me an email at daytradingforexlive@gmail.com … I'm always interested to hear about others strategies. Happy trading!

    -Sterling

  17. Good points made in the video. Not sure why people are complaining about the video going on for 30 minutes. If their attention span is so short they might as well forget about forex trading!

  18. Any broker that is not an ECN has a dealing desk. They have to but what most have tried to do is truly put your orders out to the market and eliminate the desk. However that if they cant get your order filled they will take the other side of your trade. Their point is that there is not somebody at the desk that may be trading against clients but the desk still exists. Since brokers in the past known to trade against clients they have changed due to competition trying to keep their clients

  19. What about non-dealer desk accounts? My broker claims because of the NDD model, they can't trade against you, and nobody can see you're stops and limits, or even see "you", in the traditional sense.

  20. If you watch about the first 10 minutes of the video it explains the first point. The video discusses quite a bit more than just the first point made about mainstream trading strategies. All the best.

    -Sterling

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