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Learning some basic price action techniques will help you know when to trade and when to stay out of a trade!!
Knowing when to trade and when to stay out of the action, is key to trading. Many new traders take a scattergun approach to day trading, or trading in general, and trade all setups they see which leads to a lot more losses that can kill them mentally. By refining your approach and knowing what to expect from the price action….you can greatly improve the odds of success.
In the video, I show some simple techniques to help traders get a better read on price action and stay out of the intraday chop. I talk through a day trading session on the Hang Seng Index and the price action that led to a positive read on the price movement for a prime trade entry setup.
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