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Where to enter into a Supply and Demand trade?

Where to enter into a Supply and Demand trade?

Where to enter into a Supply and Demand trade?

A good entry point is very important when trading.
If you step in at the wrong time, you can unnecessarily lose a lot of money, which ultimately would not have been necessary at all.
In this blog I will therefore give you some tips on how you can recognize a good entry point in supply and demand forex trading.
If you practice this properly you will automatically see the correct entry points for every trade.
Very often I get the question where people should get into a trade and it doesn’t have to be difficult just train your eyes!

Let’s take a look at the following chart.
Here you can see the EUR / USD chart.
Here is the price not yet where I could see a possible entry.
But I did explain how I look at it! Just be patient now.

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In the following example you also see a few nice entry points.
On Supply and Demand Forex Trading, I would personally only use the first and second touch.
Then you see that the price bounces off the Supply zone next candle would be my entry point in this case.
My stop loss will always be some pips above the zone.

Supply And Demand Forex Trading

And here is a final example about a Demand zone.
Do you also see those beautiful entries as I see them?
Of course you can’t immediately take every rejection, there are some other rules that you should definitely pay attention to.
This I explain to you all in my course it is just too much information to tell in just one blog.

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Oh and I did not state my stop loss here, but if you have paid attention, you now know where I would put my stop loss in this trade.

Yes you already know?

Yes, of course, slightly under the zone!

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Support/Resistance Demand/Supply – The difference.

Support/Resistance Demand/Supply – The difference.

I often get the question what the difference is between Support and Resistance and Supply and Demand.
Or people who ask me but Support and Resistance and Supply and Demand are the same right?
I will explain the biggest differences in this blog a bit to you.

Support and resistance levels and Supply and Demand levels are 2 different trading concepts that are very similar.
They both indicate points where the price can reverse.
And you can find them both everywhere on the charts.
I think the big difference between the two is that Support and resistance often works on historical levels
and Supply and Demand especially on fresh levels.

Where Support and Resistance is particularly strong in multiple touches of the Support and resistance line.
So the more often the price has responded to that line, the stronger the level.
Usually the Support and resistance is also drawn by means of the highest or the lowest point  in the market.

Support and Resistance

 

At Supply and Demand this is very different again.
At Supply and Demand you mainly look for fresh new zones.
And you can often only use it up to three times.

In Supply and demand we have different patterns on which we make our base.
-RBR (Rally Base Rally)
-RBD (Rally Base Drop)
-DBD (Drop Base Drop)
-DBR (Drop Base Rally)

Supply and demand zones are therefore not only based on the highest or lowest point of the market.

Supply and Demand

I hope you now understand the biggest difference between these two terms.
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and after the course you know exactly how you can trade the best Support / Resistance and Supply / Demand levels.

 

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Best Supply and Demand Forex Trading Platform

Best Supply and Demand Forex Trading Platform

What is Supply and Demand Forex ?

What exactly is supply and demand Forex? Supply is actually the amount that is available and demand is the amount that is requested. If you think about Supply and Demand, it is actually very simple.

Just imagine that you sell bananas from your own farm on a local market. And you do not necessarily have to sell all your bananas.
Because you can eat them just as easily as anyone who buys them from you.

Supply and Demand Forex

If bananas reach only 1 dollar per bag, you may be willing to sell 4 or 5 bags. But if the price rises, you decide to make more available. Up to 10 dollars per bag. At that moment you are more than willing to sell every last banana you have. Just because you can easily take all the money you have made and buy something else to eat.

How do you draw Supply and Demand Forex ?

Supply and Demand Trading describes 2
types of zone entry’s that are ‘Sell at Supply Zones’ and ‘Buy at Demand Zones’.
There are 3 rules in trading Supply and Demand forex.

  1. Always look to the left.
  2. Sell at Supply Zone.
  3. Buy at Demand Zone.

Below is an example of Drop Base Drop. Drop Base Drop is a type of supply
zone for a setup for a sell.
The bullish Candle (BASE) that tries to withstand prices on
the base produces good buying and selling areas here.
So price will return at the spot and continue with the DROP price direction.

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I often draw my supply and demand zones on an undecided candle. Often this works well for me and my supply and demand forex zones are fairly accurate.

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Above is an example of Rally Base Rally.
Rally Base Rally is a type of demand
zone for a buy setup.
The bearish Candle (The Base) that tries to withstand prices on
the base produces good buying and selling areas here.
So when price return at the base the price is in balance and continue with the RALLY price direction.

Supply and Demand Forex Trade

Of course there are many more ways to trade with supply and demand. Everything about this in my book.
And maybe I’ll write another blog here another time.
It is too much explanation to give in 1 blog.
Below are a few important points that should not be forgotten:

Important that you must know to trade Supply And Demand
Rally= Buyer exceed Seller
Drop= Seller exceed Buyer
Base= Seller and buyer are equal to each other.

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Fake Out Forex – How To Learn To Trade The Forex Markets

Fake Out Forex – How To Learn To Trade The Forex Markets

How to spot Fake outs Forex

A Fakeout (Fake Breakout) is a form of manipulation to trap breakout traders.
If a breakout trader sees that there is a big breakout which breaks through a strong resistance or support, he thinks it will continue to break into the end of the world.
However, the price makes the reverse and then it comes back to the stop loss of the breakout trader.

Fake Out Forex

Fake Out Forex

Back in the days when I just started trading, I always reacted immediately to a breakout.
Then I lost continuously because the breakout turned out to be a fake out. But how do you react to a breakout? The key is to have patience and to wait for the signals. Often there will be a retest before a real break takes place. Do you already see that the price reacts to the Supply or Demand bias as the example below you can almost be sure that it is a fake out.

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How do you recognize Fake Out Forex

The Fake out must have some resistance / support wicks.
It will always FakeOut to the base supply and demand above the resistance wicks or under the support wicks.

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Wait for the Signals to recognize a possible Fake Out

There are many more signals to which you can recognize a possible fake out. I can not go into this blog too deeply in this subject, but it is important that you learn to read the market.
You have to be able to feel the market and recognize changes in behavior, for example.
That is why it is always smart to start with 2 or 3 pairs that you can optimally analyze.
Get to know the pair and get to know their movements.

Fake Out Forex

Even I stupidly enough step into a fake out still sometimes .. But do you know why? Patience!!!!! trading requires a lot of patience.
Only then can you get the most mistakes out of your trading style and you will get more take profits than stop-losses!

Well come on and start learning to read the market just like a very good book.
Get to now it inside and out.

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How to use Trendlines in Forex Market

How to use Trendlines in Forex Market


Trendlines
trending market is one in which price is moving in one direction.
Ofcourse, price may go against the trend every now and then. But when you looking at the longer time frames it would show that those were just retracements.

You can often recognize trends at higher highs and higher lows at an uptrend and Lower Highs and Lower Lows in a downtrend.

Below I have a example of an uptrend.
This is the pair of EUR / USD and the time frame is the daily.

Trendlines

Trendlines

I always start by looking at the line chart.
This is because I can easily recognize such patterns in this way and also because I like it a bit better to draw my lines.

You can see the Highs and the higherlows on the image above.


Trendlines


Mostly, in an uptrend you will see a obvious pattern of HH and HL from the market’s swing points. And in a downtrend you will see a obvious pattern of LH and LL from the market’s swing points.
We can see an uptrend was in place in the chart above. As you can see from the clear pattern of higher highs and higher lows.

If a market is trending lower, I want to pay close attention to the recent swing highs. And in an uptrend we will focus on the recent swing lows. We do this because it not only shows us the overall trend. But it also shows us via the price action if the trend is still intact or not.


Trendlines

For instance, if you have a series of Higher Highs and Higher Lows as in an uptrend. When you see price break down past the previous swing low, it’s a strong indication that the uptrend might be ending. Conversely, in a downtrend we see Lower Highs and Lower Lows, and when price breaks above the previous lower high. It’s a strong indication that the downtrend might be ending.

Trendlines


Trendlines


Finding the market trend is tricky, especially for beginning traders, and most traders will find this to be a sticking point in their trading development. It’s OK to understand various entry triggers and setups, but if you’re trading against the dominant market bias, your probabilities of making money decrease dramatically. There is always a bias, and as beginner traders especially, you would be well served to stick with it.

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Support and Resistance – The Forex Scalper

Support and Resistance – The Forex Scalper

Support and resistance levels are points in the market where the price has a high probability of reversing. Knowing where these levels form and the reason why they form. Can help you in predicting when the price is likely to reverse and start moving in the opposite direction.

Support and Resistance Levels

I always start drawing my support and resistance levels on the linechart.
Because I think that I have more overview where the levels are exactly.
Below you can see an example of a line chart and how I determine my support and resistance levels on this line chart.

Support and Resistance

Linechart Support And Resistance Levels

The Support and resistance levels get their name from what they’re expected to cause the market to do upon being reached. Support levels are supposed to support the market and stop it from moving lower. Whilst resistance levels are supposed to stop the market from moving higher. Thus causing it to resist higher prices. Because support and resistance levels cause the market to do different things. It means they always form either above or below the current market price.

  • Support levels always form BELOW the current market price. And are points where the market has a higher probability of reversing back to the upside.
  • Resistance Levels always form ABOVE the current market price and have a good chance of causing a reversal to the downside.

Now look at the example below.
Now that I have changed the Linechart in the candlestickchart you see it all a bit better.

Support and Resistance levels

We know for sure that these levels are actually support and resistance levels. Because they all caused multiple reversals to take place. And we know that they are specifically resistance levels due to the way they are all found above the current market price.

Support and Resistance Forex

Support and Resistance Levels

In combination with reading the candlesticks, understanding what a fake out is and how you can recognize it. If you understand what a retest is, and ofcourse good risk managment you can be successful with this strategy.
I have outlined the above chart for you.
Especially in the way I view the market and act on it.
Take advantage of it and keep practicing to read the market perfectly.
Just like you will do with a good book.

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