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Trade Forex Successfully with
Support and Resistance Strategies


Improve Your Forex Success with Valuable Techniques.

Trade Forex Successfully with Support and Resistance Strategies

- About the Course
  Developer

- A message from TCFX

Forex Basics

Support and Resistance Theory

- The Pizza Incident

- Support and Resistance
  - Video

- The Depth of Support and
  Resistance

- Nothing is Guaranteed in
  the Forex Market

- What is the Point Then?

- Applying Support and
  Resistance

- Applying the Rules:
  Rules 1-3

- Applying the Rules:
  Rules 4-6

Forex Basics

Head & Shoulders Trade

- Head & Shoulders Trade
  [Continued]

- Entering the Head &
  Shoulders Trade

- Exiting the Head &
  Shoulders Trade

- Example of the Head &
  Shoulders Trade

- Head & Shoulders Trade
  - Video

Forex Basics

The Firsty Trade

- Firsty Trade - Video

- The Setup

- Wait for it...

- The Entry Point

- Recap of the Firsty Trade

- Recap of the Firsty Trade
  [Continued]

- Exiting the Firsty Trade

Forex Basics

Conclusion

Wait for it...

Wait for the Moving Averages to Expand
Once your support and resistance zones and your moving averages are set, you simply wait and watch for the trade setup to occur. The first sign you need to keep an eye out for is the expanding gap between the moving averages. This indicates a new trend forming and an opportunity is nearing.

Generally there are two ways a trend begins. One is when the market eventually moves out of a tight range that it has been trading in.  The other is when the forex market reverses off a key area and begins to move in the opposite direction.

The first example, a pair breaking out of a tightly traded zone, can be seen below. You should notice how the forex market is trading in a tight range, which is confirmed by the fact that the moving averages are so close together.

Disclaimer: Past performance is not indicative of future results

Eventually the market makes a sudden move, and the moving averages start to spread out. This is our first sign that a trend has started to develop.

Disclaimer: Past performance is not indicative of future results

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