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Pro Price Action Trading Tips Series – Part 1
Welcome to a new Price Action Trading series and Part 1 – The opening flush and drive.
The Series is aimed at giving you some tips and tricks to look out for when trading that will provide you with more opportunity and hopefully keep you out of trouble.
I will be adding to the series each week with tips to make your day trading more affective whether you scalp on the short term timeframes or swing trade intraday.
In the Part 1 below, I talk through the idea behind the opening ‘flush and drive’ that you observe on the open of stock market indexes such as the Hang Seng, DAX, DOW and the Nasdaq amongst others.
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