How to trade nas100?

How to trade nas100?

How to trade nas100?

Let me start this blog by explaining what nas100 exactly is.
First, NAS100 should not be confused with the NASDAQ Composite, which is an index composed of all stocks listed on the NASDAQ exchange.
The index is also known as the US Tech 100 because of the tech stocks in the index.
And the financial stocks of the NASDAQ are included in a separate index namely the NASDAQ financial 100.

The start of the NAS100. / How to trade nas100?

The NASDAQ-100 index was launched in 1985 alongside the NASDAQ Financial Index.
So NASDAQ exchange was looking to compete with the much larger and older NYSE and Standard & Poor’s S&P500 index and these new products were the first step on that journey, allowing for the creation of a suite of futures and derivatives markets, further fueling the exchange and index growth.

How to trade?

Many of you who already know me or maybe have been following me for a while know that I am a big fan of trading US30 and the NAS100.
So often you can also see that these pairs make relatively similar movements.
If you are not yet familiar with these pairs, I will definitely recommend that you study them carefully and learn how to trade. Because I am sure that trading these indices will also make you very successful.
And I also explain everything about this in my course.
So in the images that follow below, I will also explain a bit more about trading NAS100.

How to trade nas100?

Above we see the chart of the NAS100.
See how nicely the price moves between the ranges?
And can you see, NAS100 can also be traded perfectly with Supply and Demand?
I mean it looks like it was made for it! haha
We can also see here very well that it does not move very aggressively and can also be very interesting for the novice trader to trade the NAS100.

Now let’s move on to the next image.

How to trade nas100?


See that beautiful artwork above?
Here we can see very clearly how many beautiful and safe entries we could find in a trending market of the NAS100.
Can you see 3 very nice entry points where we could have earned a lot of pips/points?

I mainly trade NAS100 with my fresh Supply and Demand zones.
And I conform my entries with the delta and the footprint charts. (Order Flow Trading).
So i explain all this to you in my course.

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What’s the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?

What’s the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?

What’s the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?

Many traders do not know exactly the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and the Nasdaq.
Do you know how to use the different stock indexes?
The Dow, NASDAQ and S&P 500 indexes are 3 of the best measurements of trading activity and give investors a clear picture of the overall health of the economy.
Each shows a different form of index which is calculated and tracked in its own way.
I have made a handy picture for you where the most important differences are well explained and everything is immediately clear.

What's the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?
What's the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?
What's the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?
What's the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?
What's the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?
What's the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?
What's the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?
What's the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?

What’s the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?

I hope the images above have made it a bit clearer what the difference is.
At least I did my best to make something out of it and explain it to you the best in an easy way.
Below I will add a few pictures of the charts.
So you can also see the movements on the charts.

What's the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?

What’s the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?

Let’s start with the US30 I think many of you traded it or most likely thought about trading it.
And for those who follow or know me well, know that I really like to trade US30.
I really enjoy trading US30.

What's the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?

Above we see the S&P 500 which I also have in my list.
Do you see that the US30 and S&P 500 charts are quite similar in terms of movements?

What's the difference between the Dow S&P 500 and Nasdaq?

And finally, here we see the chart of the NASDAQ, this chart also corresponds to the US30 and the S&P 500.
It is also always useful to keep this chart in your setup, even if you trade US30 for example.

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Supply and Demand trading book. / With a Free PDF!

Supply and Demand trading book. / With a Free PDF!

You probably ended up here because you were looking for a good Supply and Demand trading book.
I will tell you all about it in this blog and at the end of this blog I have a little surprise for you.
When we search the internet for information about trading Supply and Demand, we are flooded with information.
Often you no longer know which information is the correct one.
This is mainly because you see that the information you can find can be quite contradictory.

Good books.

There are some really good books on the market when it comes to trading Supply and Demand.
I am especially a big fan of the information from Wyckoff and I have also learned a lot from it.
So I have also learned a lot from some information on the internet and after years of practice and trying I have finally developed a correct Supply and Demand strategy which gives me a very good win rate.

Supply and Demand trading book

In the end, after I became successful in trading, I wrote a well-organized book myself and later an extensive Supply and Demand course.

I first wrote the book and I described a number of topics well and through a clear and useful step-by-step plan.
Not only do you learn everything about Supply and Demand and how to trade it, but also various other topics are covered in my book.
For example, how you can use Support and Resistance in combination with trading Supply and Demand.
And that’s not all, of course, because how do you draw and find the right Supply and Demand zones?
What should you pay attention to as the price approaches the Supply or Demand zone?
When is a Supply of Demand zone less reliable and is the price likely to break through the zone? What is a “Fake Out” ? And how do you deal with it in trading?
Where should your Stop loss be and what should you pay attention to in the event of a possible entry?
And of course this is not all, we will also talk about the candles and what some candles mean or patterns and how you recognize them.

Supply and Demand trading book.


I’m afraid I haven’t told everything in the book yet.
In any case, you will learn the basics to an advanced level.
There is also an online course available where you can also hand in homework assignments and get tips from me and so keep track of your own progress.

Well I have already told you a lot about what you can find in my Supply and Demand book and course.

I mentioned that I had a little surprise for you at the end.
If you click here you can download my free ebook to get a little preview of what you will learn from me if you decide to join our community or purchase our book.
I wish you the best of luck with your trading career and I hope my free E-book is of use to you!


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Order flow trading strategy / Can it bring more profits?

Order flow trading strategy / Can it bring more profits?

Order flow trading strategy

If you have been trading for a while, you have certainly heard of trading with Orderflow.
I am also involved in this and have recently also made an extensive course about this to teach you everything about the order flow tools and how you can use them in your trading.

What is Order Flow?

Briefly and simply explained, Orderflow is the amount of orders waiting to be executed at a certain price level.
Let me give you an example of exactly what I mean.
For example, if the price goes up in a very strong movement, we know that eventually that will stop and the price will come down again.
This strong upward movement is of course due to the fact that there are currently more buyers willing to buy than sellers willing to sell.
This in turn creates an imbalance between buyers and sellers.
Which we can clearly see on the charts.
This simple example is what we see on the charts every day.
On different levels.

It’s as straightforward as it is seen on the charts after the events.
But what if you can see these movements coming in advance? That will help you a lot, won’t it?
That is where the order flow tools can help you. If you use it correctly.
So it can help you take trades with more precision and confidence.

Which Orderflow tools can you use? / Order flow trading strategy

There are several tools that you can use with trading order flow.
In this blog I will discuss a few with you and then I will mainly talk about the most commonly used tools.
I do want to make it clear that in addition to the order flow tools, you also need to have a good understanding of the market.

Order flow trading strategy

Footprint.

Above we see a footprint chart which is widely used in order flow trading.
Footprint charts are a type of candlestick chart that provides additional information, such as trade volume and order flow, in addition to price. It is multi-dimensional in nature, and can provide an investor with more information for analysis, beyond just the security’s price. (Source:https://www.investopedia.com/)

Order flow trading strategy


Delta

Above we see the Delta.
The delta is also a commonly used order flow tool.
Delta order flow is the difference between the market buys and market sells at each price (Footprint Delta) in each candle/bar (Bar Delta) or for a period of time (Cumulative Delta).

Order flow trading strategy

Volume Profile / Order flow trading strategy.

And the volume profile is also a very important tool for trading order flow.
Especially to find the most accurate supply and demand levels.

I have now given you a brief explanation about trading with orderflow.
Of course I want to tell you a lot more about it, but that is all too much to explain in this blog.
In the order flow course I teach you step by step how to use the order flow tools in the right way.
And how you can best combine this with trading Supply and Demand.

And to answer the last question, can Orderflow trading generate more profits?
Yes, it can ensure that you can take even better entries and also be out of a trade in time.

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Most volatile forex pairs. / How to recognize?

Most volatile forex pairs. / How to recognize?

In this blog we are going to talk about most volatile Forex pairs.
If you are already a Forex trader or have ever traded in the Forex market you are probably already familiar with this concept.
It is very important for a trader to know which pairs are the most volatile.
As they may not provide a stable return on investment if their value fluctuates too much.
Do you understand what I mean?
For example, we know that the USD is quite a stable currency.
I mean much more stable compared to certain other currencies.

Most volatile forex pairs

The Most Volatile Currency Pairs.

The exotic pairs are of course the most volatile.
They are therefore often the currencies of the countries with the least diversified economy.
Compared to the more stable, larger currency units which are relatively less volatile.
But if we traded the USD with the SEK, for example, we see that this combination can show a lot of volatile.
That is why it is very important to know which pairs you trade and to get to know these pairs as well how volatile they are.
I’ll give some examples below.
Let’s start with the least volatile pairs.


The least volatile pairs.

  • EUR/CHF
  • CAD/CHF
  • CHF/JPY

The pairs with the most movement.

  • USD/SEK
  • USD/BRL
  • USD/TRY

And In terms of cross rates, the most volatile pairs are:

  • GBP/JPY
  • GBP/CAD
  • GBP/AUD

 The most liquid currency pairs.

  • EUR/USD
  • USD/JPY
  • GBP/USD
  • AUD/USD
  • USD/CAD

Most volatile forex pairs

Most volatile forex pairs

Above is the chart of GBPJPY.
GBP/JPY is an immensely volatile pair, especially when compared to other major world currencies from highly-developed economies.
The most important thing to remember is that this volatility is driven largely by general economic and market sentiment, which is why it is crucial to stay informed when trading GBP/JPY.

Most volatile forex pairs.

And here we see the chart of XAU/USD.
XAU/USD can also be very volatile. We can see this very clearly, especially at certain times of the day.
Many traders have already burned their hands on this.
That’s why I always say get to know the pair before trading.
But you can also earn a lot of money by trading gold correctly.

Most volatile forex pairs

Most volatile forex pairs
And last, but certainly not least, we see the US30 chart above.
The US30, also referred to as the Dow Jones Industrial Average or simply the Dow, is the oldest stock index in the world.
US30 has especially good volatile periods that you can make good use of.
Do you also see how beautifully US30 moves and what a beautiful Price Action it shows.

What does the volatility depend on?

The main reason for the volatility is liquidity.
I mean the higher the liquidity, the lower the volatility, and vice versa.
We know that liquidity is the amount of supply and demand in the market.
And the larger the supply and demand, the harder it is to move the price.
So if we look at this rule described above, we can conclude that most volatile Forex pairs are the exotic Forex pairs.
Sidenote: Volatility often occurs during major economic data releases as well.

The conclusion is that the exotic pairs can yield a lot of profit, but this is often very risky and can therefore also give you a lot of loss.
The range of exotic pairs movements is much broader than that of the major ones.
However, such high volatility results from low liquidity, and trading the low liquidity currency pairs carries particular risks for a trader.

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Forex liquidity strategy / What is Liquidity do you know?

Forex liquidity strategy / What is Liquidity do you know?

Forex liquidity strategy.

You probably came to this blog because you wanted to know more about forex and liquidity.
Then you have come to the right place because in this blog I will try to explain as much as possible about this subject.
Let’s start with the fact that liquidity is not the same as volatility.
I often hear that traders sometimes make this mistake.
A liquid currency is an asset that can be exchanged very quickly for another type of asset.
In a liquid market we will often find many buyers and sellers and we will also see that the spread is very small on these pairs.
But as soon as some important news is published, buyers or sellers disappear from the market, and the currency changes from liquid to volatile.

Using liquidity and volatility in your strategy.

The liquidity of one currency measures the possibility of exchanging rapidly one currency unit for another.
And the faster this can be done, the more liquid a currency unit is.

Let’s just say that currencies that are more “exchangeable” are often more liquid.
The lower the country’s share of the global economic space, the greater the “regulation” of the domestic market, and the manual control of the economy, the lower the liquidity of the currency.
Let me give you a good example of exactly what I mean.
Suppose you have EUROS then you will probably quickly find someone who is willing to exchange with you for, for example, US Dollars.
And that’s because both these currencies are widely used.
So we can also say that the EURO and the US Dollar are very liquid pairs.

Now let’s get to the MXN Peso.
Because suppose you want to exchange this currency, you probably won’t succeed so quickly.
You will probably only be able to exchange these for a very low price.
And this is what we call low liquidity.

I think you now understand a bit what liquidity exactly is and what it means.
And don’t forget High liquidity does not mean high volatility.
A high-liquidity market is characterized by smooth movement, while in a low-liquidity market the shares of large individual players can bring chaos to the movement. 

Forex liquidity strategy
Forex liquidity strategy


Liquidity on Forex.

There are several factors that liquidity in forex pairs depends on.
I will name a few for you below.

Supply and Demand.
The fewer participants currently participating in the market, the less liquidity there is to find.
Large trading volumes provide the currency with a constant supply and demand.

Session.
Also, the trading session can play a big role in the liquidity of the market.
For example, USD Pairs show the most liquidity when New York is open.
And the Yen again when the Asian is open.

News and holidays.
The news or, for example, certain important holidays in certain countries can also do a lot to the liquidity of a forex pair.
To give an example during certain holidays we see very little volume back on the market because many banks and institutions are closed.

Summery.

I think you know most of it by now and I have also told the most important in this blog.

You can therefore very well include liquidity in your trading strategy.
Actually, this is just very clever.
I mean you don’t want to end up in a market where there is no movement at all or almost no movement?
We prefer good liquidity to trade.
And it is therefore really advisable to pay attention to liquidity while trading.

Do you want to become Success Supply and Demand Trader or want to know more about Forex liquidity strategy?

If you are a beginner trader and to become a good professional forex trader. Want to know more about Forex liquidity strategy? The Forex Scalper teaches you the best scalping trading strategy using supply and demand zones which are already traded and tested by thousands of TFS members and performs daily trades.

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