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My New Forex Training Course.

My New Forex Training CourseAs some of you already know i recently launched a new Forex training course called learn to trade in 5 days, and i thought i would post an update on how that’s going.

The course teaches my number one trading strategy, and is an alternative and more affordable option to the full 20 or 40 hour courses in which i teach all of my strategies.

I had a good feeling about it when i decided to offer it, and the response to it has been very encouraging.

I would like to thank everyone that has signed up for the course so far. Some traders have taken the course already, and some are waiting to start.

The feedback i am getting from the people that have taken the course is very good indeed, as is the feedback from the 20 and the 40 hour courses. I have had a couple of traders say that i need to post some feedback on the site to let others know how good my stuff is.

Now i am not the type of person that goes in for pages of made up feedback testimonials to encourage people to part with their hard earned money, but having a few genuine testimonials from real traders who genuinely want others to benefit from what i teach, is only going to be a good thing.

I have many visitors to the site, that look at my courses, but for whatever reason, probably the price 🙂 decide not to contact me. Now let me just say this to all of those people that visit the site and click away.

If its the price, then i understand. If its not affordable then what else can you do. But to those people that can afford to pay me to teach them, i would like to say this. Please please please please please do not get me confused with all the other charlatan educators out there. If you have been scammed, ripped off, cheated out of your money by these crooks, then i feel very sorry for you, but i am not one of them.

I had an email from a guy yesterday that had paid over £20,000 in the last 5 years to these crooks. He is now having to take out loans to pay for his healthcare because hes lost all his money. It makes me sick, it really does. But these charlatans do not hide in the shadows, waiting to pounce. They are all there in plain sight, so called professional traders with flashy websites telling you how good they are, and how many people they have successfully taught how to trade.

I am not going to name them as they will probably sue me. They have very lucrative training businesses to protect after all, but please do not fall for their lies. These people do not care how much money they take from people, or how many lives they ruin, they are not professional traders, they are con men pure and simple. If you want to learn how to trade you have to pay a real professional trader to teach you, not a professional marketing guru.

What i am offering to teach you, you will not get anywhere else. What i can teach you about this business will change your life. If you want to be a successful profitable trader then email me, give me a call, or Skype me, and listen to what i have to say.

I will be getting together some testimonial’s/feedback for the new training course next week. So please check those out when they are on the site. Once again i would like to thank those who have put their trust in me. I have enjoyed teaching you, but not as much as you have enjoyed learning from me. 😉

Thanks for visiting my blog, and have a fantastic weekend.

10.01.2017. Reviews can now been seen here.

Volume Spread Analysis (VSA)

This article was kindly provided by Leonardo Barata of analyticalvsa.com who is an active VSA trader. VSA is a trading method that is favored by many traders. I do not trade VSA myself but you may find it interesting. If you like this article please share it. This article is for entertainment value only, and is not a recommendation to trade VSA.

What is volume spread analysis?

Volume Spread Analysis is a methodology originated in early 1900s, by Richard D. Wyckoff (1873-1934), a successful Wall Street trader and later known as the man who made a fortune in the 1929 market crash. Other very successful traders such as Richard Ney would use this methodology as well, only under a different name. This methodology, which is also called the Wyckoff method, was put in more modern terms by Tom Williams, a former syndicate trader based in London, in the 1960s. For the deep insights on the markets that it provides, and the fact that it can be applied to virtually any liquid market, VSA made a name for itself in trading communities.

Understanding VSA.

To understand what VSA is about, we must first understand who are the people who are making money in the markets, and how are they doing it. Like in any other business, there are specialists: some traders specialize in energy futures, others may specialize in the Japanese Yen pairs, others day-trading forex or stocks, and so on. And who are them? These are institutional traders, pit traders, syndicate traders and market-makers, which make a living speculating on the markets. If only we could know what those specialists are doing, then we could trade almost anything without having to do all the fundamental analysis and without looking at all the factors that influence the prices. Well, it turns out we can, and this was exactly Wyckoff’s breakthrough!

The role of volume.

The quantity that represents the activity in the market and is widely available (though not widely used impressively) is the volume. And one thing about the traders who consistently make money in the markets over the years, is that they’ve been able to accumulate a lot of it, and will make large trades to earn a significant amount of money for them. So the volume is the starting point of our analysis, and will show if there is a significant activity (or lack of) in the market, which will be very important to determine what the professionals (smart money) are doing.

Spread’s importance.

But Volume Spread Analysis as the name implies, not only uses volume but also the spread (bar’s high – low). The bar’s spread gives clues as to what type of activity is happening: for example, a low-spread up bar with high volume, indicates there was a lot of selling by the professionals and buying by the public: they prevented the price from going upper by dumping their positions in the market, which the public was happy to absorb. Another example: if there was an widespread down bar with high volume, and the next bars are up, it means there was actually buying on that down bar. Why would the prices go up if that was true selling? The smart money uses the public euphoria to dump or to open their positions, as not to turn the prices against themselves.

Charts examples:

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The end of the 2008 stocks bear market: Right before the bear market ended, there was accumulation (professional buying) evident in Dow Jones Industrial Average and other indexes. Signals of distribution were also evident before the bear market started in 2008.

The gold top: right before the bear market in gold, and after all the buying euphoria by the public, gold finally collapsed after signs of heavy distribution.

distribution

Learn more and get VSA indicators on our volume spread analysis website.

About the author: Leonardo Barata is a forex and stocks VSA trader and developer.

January Start Dates Are Now Sold.

robThanks to my recent new recruits, all available places for January starts are now sold, and i now again have a waiting list. If you wish to take advantage of my Forex training and mentoring course, you can reserve a place on the list with a £500 deposit.

The waiting list is on a first come first served basis, and as soon as a student has completed their training, the student at the top of the waiting list will be next in line.

Realistically you are probably looking at March/April before a place will be available, but that could change as people are added to the list. So if you are serious about learning how to make money from Forex trading, please contact me asap and reserve your place.

Have a great trading day. 🙂

Making Money While You Sleep.

Making Money While You SleepI had a couple of nice trades this week that i entered a bit late in the day, so i had to set my profit target and go to bed. I don’t normally let trades run overnight, but i do enjoy making money while i sleep.

Its nice to get up and open the charts to see your profit target hit, and a nice chunk of money in your trading account to start the day off.

The last couple of weeks i have been testing out a new broker, so i have been taking a lot of more trades than i would normally take, to see how they perform. I am quite happy with the results so far. The commission on the new broker is almost half of what i am currently paying, and that equates to a lot of money over the course of a month.

I will test them out for another couple of weeks, and then offer my students the option of moving their accounts over to them too. I am in the process of negotiating a deal with the new broker to see if they can offer us some financial incentives if we all move over. The deal i am currently getting is very good, but if they can offer us something more by trading as a group, then that’s a bonus.

I am also in the process of setting up managed Forex trading accounts with this new broker, where i will be able to trade clients money by copying the trades i take through my own trading account, direct to clients trading accounts. More information on my managed Forex trading service can be found here

I have been approached by a number of clients in the past to offer this managed account service, so if the demand is there, then why not. Its not really that much extra work to offer the managed service, so it will not impinge on my current activities too much.

I have a new student starting this week from Canada, so i am looking forward to that. My current guys are doing well, and i have a few more interested parties, so everything is ticking along nicely at the moment. I am hoping to take a holiday sometime in the next couple of months, so i am looking forward to that too.

That’s all for now folks. If you are trading this week, keep your stops nice and tight. Thanks for visiting my blog, and have a great trading week. 🙂