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Market Structure Is King

Market Structure Is King
Market Structure Is King

Published 3/2024
MP4 | Video: h264, 1920×1080 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 279.89 MB | Duration: 0h 34m

Learn to read markets like a Pro, know your bias when trading futures, crypto and forex

What you’ll learn
To understand the dynamics of different markets
The Importance of choosing a market that fits you
Able to focus and master one to two assets
Understanding the importance of time frames and their impact on the market
Have a full understanding of how Forex Market works
Know the main Forex Sessions and recognize the best time to trade
Analyze price movements in a logical way
Manage the risk to protect your money
Start trading in the Forex Market
Discern strong Candlestick Patterns from weak ones
Read different types of Forex charts
Choose the perfect Time Frame for your Trading
Analyze price movements in a logical way
Recognize key Supply and Demand levels
Understand how to use Japanese Candlestick Charts to improve Trading decisions
Trade with a solid strategy
Understand multiple candlestick formations
Immediately recognize Trading opportunities on the Chart

no prior knowledge needed

In the realm of trading, having a solid grasp of market structures proves to be immensely valuable for pinpointing trading opportunities with favorable odds. Markets generally manifest in three primary structures: bullish (indicating an uptrend), bearish (indicating a downtrend), and ranging (sideways movement). The ability to identify these structures empowers traders to establish a distinct bias and concentrate on pertinent trading setups.Bullish Market Structure: A bullish market showcases price action forming successive higher highs and higher lows, signaling an upward surge in momentum. Traders keenly observe the emergence of swing highs and swing lows, with each subsequent peak and trough surpassing the previous ones. This pattern reflects the robustness of the uptrend, presenting lucrative prospects for long positions and investment strategies.Ranging Market Structure: Within a ranging market, prices exhibit a sideways movement confined within a horizontal range. Here, the swing highs and swing lows tend to maintain a relatively consistent level. Although not as straightforward as trending markets, ranging markets provide traders with opportunities to engage at the range boundaries, buying at support levels and selling at resistance levels.Bearish Market Structure: On the flip side, a bearish market unfolds as prices form consecutively lower highs and lower lows, signifying a downward slide in momentum. Traders meticulously monitor the formation of swing highs and swing lows, with each subsequent peak and trough dipping below the preceding ones. This pattern denotes the fragility of the downtrend, presenting advantageous openings for short positions and bearish trading strategies.In essence, recognizing these market structures not only aids in crafting informed trading decisions but also enables traders to capitalize on the prevailing market conditions for profitable outcomes.

Section 1: Introduction

Lecture 1 Introduction

Lecture 2 Disclaimer

Section 2: Market sessions

Lecture 3 What Market is for you

Lecture 4 The importance of Time

Lecture 5 From the Daily to the 5 MIn

Lecture 6 The Same Market but looks Different

Section 3: Market Structure

Lecture 7 Three Market Types

Lecture 8 Bullish Market

Lecture 9 Ranging Market

Lecture 10 Bearish Market

Section 4: The Biggest Hurdle

Lecture 11 Psychology

Traders understand market structure and affectively trade their assets


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