Learn the 7 methods that professional traders use to identify the end of a trend. See example charts and watch the tutorial video.
Chart Patterns Cheat Sheet (Plus Bonus)
Learn the most commonly used chart patterns for trading. Also find out how to tell which ones work and which ones don’t.
How to Determine Forex Trend Direction
Learn several methods for profiting from a trend. I cover both price action, and indicator-based methods.
The “Batman” Chart Pattern Explained
Learn how to spot a Batman chart pattern and what it can tell you about where the market is going next.
RSI Indicator Explained: Calculation and Definition
Wondering how the RSI indicator works? This post will explain how it’s calculated and how traders use it to create profitable trading strategies.
How to Setup and Trade with Volume Profile
What is Volume Profile and is it worth using? In this post, I’ll go over how to install this indicator and how it can be used in real-world trading.
The Best Take Profit Levels for Price Action Trading
Where should you set your take profit orders? Well in my experience, there are two places that are the best for setting a TP. I show you examples in this post.
Three Drives Pattern Explained
This is another chart pattern that you can add to your trading arsenal. Learn how to spot the 3 Drives Pattern and how it works.
How to Draw Support and Resistance With Confidence
Drawing support and resistance levels can be confusing in the beginning. Here’s the exact process of how to draw the best lines, for maximum profit.
3 Types of Chart Patterns: Which One Fits You?
Figuring out your Chart Pattern Personality (CPP) can speed up the trading learning process tremendously. But only if you…
How to Profit From Flash Crashes
Is there a way to profit from those “flash crashes” that happen from time to time? You know, what what happened with the Swiss Franc and Brexit. Sure, there is…learn how to do it in this post.
How to Chart Forex Correlation
Ever wonder how to get two currencies on one chart? This post will show you how to compare two currency pairs or a currency pair to its related commodity market. It is useful for seeing the amount of correlation, when a currency pair might catch up, and much more.