How to trade Supply and Demand?

How to trade Supply and Demand?

How to trade Supply and Demand?

In this blog I will talk about how you can trade Supply and demand.
Let’s start with structure.

Structure.

If you want to learn how to trade Supply and Demand, it is also important to know the structure of the market well.
We are talking about a number of market phases through which the price passes.
I’ll tell you a little more about this now.

The prize goes through these different phases:

  • Accumulation
  • Reaccumulation.
  • Uptrend.
  • Distrubition.
  • Redistrubition.
  • Downtrend.

How to trade Supply and Demand?

How to trade Supply and Demand?

  • Accumulation: Accumulation is a sideways range in which institutional players buy carefully and skillfully, without moving the price.
  • Uptrend.
  • Distribution:  After a while, the uptrend ends and then changes to a distribution stage in which the smart money players sell the remainder to the small retail traders.
  • Downtrend.
  • Reaccumulation.

Now that we understand the different market phases, I will also explain the rules of Supply and Demand.

Laws of Supply and Demand.

Law of Demand: The higher the price, the less the demand. (Buyers are reluctant to buy at a high price.)
And the lower the price, the higher the demand. (Buyers are eager to buy at a low price.)

Law of Supply: The higher the price, the higher the supply. And the lower the price, the lower the supply.

Supply and Demand zones.

When trading Supply and Demand it is of course also very important to draw your zones correctly.
In my course I will tell you all about this. How do you find the perfect Supply and Demand zones.

But what are we actually looking for when we search for Supply and Demand zones?
What we want to find at the price zones where supply overwhelms demand and where demand overwhelms supply.

Supply zones: When the price enters the Supply zone, the price will likely fall. And you can earn with a Sell position.
Demand zones: When the price moves into the Demand zone, the price is likely to rise. And can earn with a Buy position.

But of course it is not all as simple as described above.
We will look for a good Sell position when the price enters the Supply zone.
But please note that we also pay attention to all other aspects before we can take an entry.
We also have to keep in mind that a Supply zone can become a Demand zone.
Just look at the image below.

How to trade Supply and Demand

How to trade Supply and Demand?

Above we see an example of how Supply changes into Demand and that can also be done the other way around.
Demand changed to Supply.

I have already briefly explained how you can trade Supply and Demand.
Below I’ll give you some explanation in a video.

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How to trade forex?

How to trade forex?

How to trade forex for beginners.

Before we talk about how you can trade Forex, I will first tell you a bit more about what the Forex market is exactly.

What is Forex? / How to trade forex.

Forex is short for Foreign Exchange.
Think of that moment at the airport when you make an international trip to one of your favorite holiday spots.
You can’t pay with your American Dollars (USD) in Paris (France).

So what do you need to do? Exactly, change your American Dollars (USD) for the local currency the Euro € (EUR).
Right in that moment you are a part of the biggest trading market in the world; the Foreign Exchange.
Of course, you are just a tiny part of it, as the Forex market has a trading volume of 5.3 trillion a day.
And no, there is nothing wrong with your eyes! 5.3 trillion a day!

Just to give an example of the opportunities laying ahead of you, note that the Forex market is active 24 hours a day and five days a week.
Since at some point of the day in some part of the world the stock market will be open for trading.
It starts at Sunday night at 11pm and goes until Friday night 11 pm.

All traders: companies, investors, banks and the small trader like you and I will be trading during this time.
I can hear you thinking: Do I have to go outside of my house to a local exchange market or a bank?
No, not at all. And that is the beauty of this game.
The only thing you will need to make a trade is a working laptop, with a good Wi-Fi connection and an online platform where you can make your trades.
That online platform is called a “broker”.

The mostly traded currencies are the U.$. Dollar, The euro and the Japanese Yen.
A few other popular trading currencies are the British Pound, the Australian Dollar, the Swiss Franc, Canadian Dollar and the Swedish Krona.
You can trade them in every pair that you can think of.

The whole basis of the market is to buy and sell a certain pair, which means you are predicting the strength of one currency against another.
For example, the EUR/USD is the most popular pair. But you can also trade the GBP/SEK.
This is the British Pound dancing with the Swedish Krona, and the GBP/SEK price represents how many
Swedish Krona you can get in exchange for one British Pound.

Now that we understand this a little better I will now tell you how to start trading Forex yourself.

-First we choose a Forex pair. / How to trade forex.
When trading forex you are exchanging the value of one currency for another. In other words, you will always buy one currency while selling another at the same time.
That’s why we always trade currencies in a pair.
You can trade any pair you want. But if you are just starting to trade, many novice traders choose to trade with some more famous pairs such as EUR / USD.

-Make an analysis.
Of course you also need an analysis to be able to make a trade.
If you do not make a correct analysis then you just gamble and the chance that you will lose a trade is many times greater.
Unless of course you are always lucky!
I always make an analysis based on the Supply and Demand strategy.
You can find this in several blogs on my site.
You can also learn everything about Supply and Demand extensively in my course.

-Choose your position. / How to trade forex for beginners.
If you’ve traded stocks or other financial products, you know that you can usually only speculate on the one direction of the market and that is up.
With Forex this works slightly differently and we can go up but also down.
In other words you can buy and sell.

With a buy position you believe that the value of the base currency will rise compared to the quote currency.
If you’re buying USD/JPY, you believe the price of the DOLLAR will strengthen against the YEN.

With a sell position you believe that the value of the base currency will fall compared to the quote currency.
If you’re selling USD/JPY, you believe the price of the DOLLAR will weaken against the YEN.

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Smart Money Forex

Smart Money Forex

Smart Money trading Forex

Who are the Smart Money?

When we talk about Smart Money we are talking about the biggest and smartest players in the market.
We are talking about banks and institutional investors. (Also called Market Makers.)
And when we talk about Smart Money I mean for example:
A Deutsche Bank, Citigroup, Barclays, UBS, Bank of America, HSBC, BNP Paribas, and Goldman Sachs.
They have the greatest power in the market and therefore the Smart Money will always win.

But what exactly is Smart Money trading?

Smart Money Forex trading simply means that you trade according to institutional trading strategies that are tailored to the perspectives of Smart Money.
Instutional Smart Money Trading simply works much better than trading the various retail trading strategies.
And don’t get me wrong, I don’t mean to say that trading with a retail strategy doesn’t work. Not at all!
But my experience has made it clear to me that trading with the Smart Money is much more accurate and powerful than everything the retail market has to offer.
Smart Money has more access to knowledge and resources than retail traders have at their disposal.
Following Smart Money gives you more insight and shows you the whole story about the price in the market and what you can expect.

Stop Hunts.

Smart Money Forex
Arriving at the next topic Stop Hunts, it is referred to by many traders but with different names.
If you have been trading on the market for a while, you will certainly have experienced this before.
The price has moved to the other side than what you envisioned.
Hits your Stop Loss and then the price moves back to your initional direction.
This is also called a Stop Hunt. Stop Hunts are used by Smart Money to take a better position at the best price.
They will lead you one direction and manipulate price to stop you out, and take your stop loss.
This will happen to you over and over again until you learn the concepts of Institutional Forex and how to see things in the Smart Money’s perspective.

Smart Money Forex

Smart Money Forex

Smart Money Forex

Most of the information you can find online is usually all about retail trading.
If you look for learning institutional trading, you can’t find much about it.
This way of trading (Smart Money) is perhaps one of the best kept secrets in the world of Forex Trading.
Often when you are just starting to trade and you get to know the online trading world a bit, many will read up online or in most cases will follow a retail course.

Smart Money Forex

Unfortunately, most of the retail trading information you can find online or the courses is completely useless.
And of course there are really successful retail traders on the market.
But the majority of retail traders are unsuccessful simply because they follow the herd.
The majority of Retail traders are stuck in a cycle of doom to the point where they either quit, or discover Institutional trading.
Once you discover Institutional trading and learn how Smart Money place their orders, you can implement these concepts to your own style of trading and see incredible results.

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How to use volume in Forex Trading?

How to use volume in Forex Trading?

How to use volume in Forex Trading?

A handy tool that I often use when trading Supply and Demand is volume.
Actually, I always have it there as confirmation for a possible trade.
But what exactly does the volume indicator tell you and how do I use the volume in my trades?
I’ll tell you more about it in this blog.

For me it is important in my strategy to also keep an eye on the volume on the market and especially at certain Supply and Demand levels.
Because the volume can already tell you a lot or can even sometimes give a sign that the price could reverse at a particular Supply and Demand zone.

Just have a look at the image below.

How to use volume in Forex Trading?

How to use volume in Forex Trading?

In the image above we see a nice Supply zone where the price comes for the first time.
And if we simultaneously look at the volume below, we also see that something is happening there.
The high volume already gives us an indication that the buyers are giving the last hard push up.
So this “may” be the first sign of a possible reversal and that the price will fall again.
I put “can” here in parentheses ” because this is not a direct signal to go sell.
For this you have to confim a number of other things before you can determine whether this is a nice sell.

How to use volume in Forex Trading?

And so you can get much more prestige with the volume bar, such as possible fake outs.
Or that there is a bigger indication that price is breaking through the zone.
That’s why I will always advise everyone to always use the volume bar in your charts.
It is a handy tool and can always give you more confirmation of a possible trade.
And sometimes also give an indication in advance which way the price could possibly go.

If you are already a member of the forex scalpers community, I will certainly recommend that you read the chapters about volume very carefully and apply them in your trading.
Are you not yet a member of the forex scalper community and do you want to know all the ins and outs about trading Supply and Demand in combination with the use of the volume bar? Then you can always join the course, I have explained everything clearly and step by step.

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How to use volume in Forex Trading?


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Questions I Get Asked as a Forex Trader.

Questions I Get Asked as a Forex Trader.

Questions I Get Asked as a Forex Trader.

Every day I am inundated with questions in the email on instagram and other platforms.
Therefore I am going to answer the most frequently asked questions today in this blog.

Many questions also come from the beginners in the Forex market
and for many of you the questions will make no sense but let’s go through them together.

The number 1 most frequently asked question:

1.  “Where you you think (random currency) is gonna go?”
Questions I Get Asked as a Forex Trader.

Okay, this question is very often asked.
And no unfortunately I am not a clairvoyant and I have no idea where exactly the price will go.
First of all, this question is also super vague and I will appreciate it if you give me a little more information to have a good answer for you.
For example you ask me “Where do you think EUR / USD is going?”
Uhm yes you mean next year? Today? In a week or in a whole month?
And even then I cannot give you an answer with certainty.
There are several things to look out for and my opinion can change every day.
Because we have to sail with the waves.
So if you ever ask me this question you will always receive the same answer:

I have no idea, as no one can know exactly and no more than you can know. / Questions I Get Asked as a Forex Trader.

And that’s not wrong and I’ll be lying if I said I did.
You know what it is, I review it every day.
For instance when i open my charts and see a nice trade developing, it may change my opinion about another trade and that’s how we look at it from day to day.
But the fact is I can’t tell you exactly where EUR / USD is next month.

2. What do you think of “this” or “this” trader?

I am also asked this question daily and to be very honest with you I am not concerned with that.
Because I am mainly focused on my trading, my companies and of course my community.
So this question is also very pointless to ask me.
Therefore I will never pass judgment on anyone who I do not know personally and not know his way of trading.

3. “Based on (world/political event), what do you think this currency is going to do?”
Questions I Get Asked as a Forex Trader.

I can never give you the answer to this question with certainty.
But with some events you can know certain things.
So for example, when President Trump was elected president,
this was seen as good for the economy and bad for the price of the USD.
Trump wanted exports to go way up, and a cheaper dollar was a big part of that.
Just know that any time a conservative leader is elected, it’s generally seen as good for the economy.

Do you want to become Success Supply and Demand Trader or want to know how to trade?
Questions I Get Asked as a Forex Trader.

If you are a beginner trader and to become a good professional forex trader. Want to know more about How forex leverage works? 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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