How to find the prime entry areas and setups – Some great entries using the faster timeframes.
Some days just go well and it is always good to end the trading week on a positive note….but it always hurts when it could have easily been a lot better.
Putting yourself in the prime trading areas and managing risk correctly, is the only way to get on the right track for a good day. Learning to combine different timeframes and planning what to expect from price action is how I refine my trading and helps me ‘see‘ the action clearer.
In the video below, a show the trading for the day and explain through the setups and why I entered the fray. I also talk about a weakness I have in my trading, which could have easily made the day so much better.
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