FOREX VIDEO REVIEW: London Session February 4, 2009

October 27, 2010 by  
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Pre-London kicked us off with some weak Euro and weak Swiss Franc against the US Dollar. Just as we opened our London session we found ourselves bouncing off a shorter term trend line, and primed for a perfect Fibonacci retracement overlapping with several layers of additional resistance in the form of various ema’s etc. around those same Fib zones. In this video we highlight in extreme detail how we were able to plan and execute a high quality, low risk vs. high reward short setup on the EUR/USD not once, but two times throughout the London session. Also, if you did not take these Fib entries right off the bat, each entry offered very good short term confirmation for even the most conservative trader to believe in the move, along with correlation with the USD/CHF and clear EURO weakness as witnessed in EUR/GBP re-breaking the .9000 level. I spent some extra time in the detail on these video’s, because quite simply you will not find a Fib pullback entry with more clues, and confirmation than this very often. If you are having some issues understanding pullback trading this video should help a great deal with a prime example. Ultimately the EUR/USD fell over 250 pips today and these two entries offered a prepared trader a couple clear opportunities to catch a significant part of the move. Have a super day! FXBootcamp London Currency Coach- Christian Stephens

FOREX VIDEO – London Session Review – August 12, 2009

September 13, 2010 by  
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As we approached today’s London market open, we found ourselves in a nice continuation short on GBP/USD and GBP/JPY from a late pre-London entry. However, exactly as London was opening we found the GBP/JPY sitting exactly on the daily S2 reversal pivot point, along with also sitting on the weekly S2 reversal pivot point. How often does that occur, not often right? Anyway, we also were sitting on a trend line support for the USD/JPY (daily chart), along with GBP/USD at it’s M1 reversal pivot point. That’s a very large amount of support to be sitting on just as London money enters the market. So as bearish as we had been prior, the charts were screaming at us to at minimum take profit on our shorts, possibly waiting for a reload later. With the support being so perfect at the open, it also begged for some counter trend scalp action if one was up for it. I do not like to make a video on a counter trend play, as I believe when a trader is first learning consistency, it just should be avoided. However, as one gains experience, there are some nice opportunities, such as this one, that often present themselves. So in this video, which turned out way longer than I would have liked, I focus mostly on how we took counter trend, reversal type entries on the GBP/JPY and GBP/USD off support, both for quick scalp profits exceeding 50 pips each, along with a 100+ pip entry on GBP/JPY afterwards. Today was a crazy day with a higher quantity of entries than normal, both counter trend, and

Market Technical Analysis – Apple Cannot Hold Up Market As Technicals Show Profit!

August 22, 2010 by  
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