Better time your entries, Does this sound familiar?
You identify a trend. You go long. And you get stopped out.
Then… the market continues trading higher.
And you think to yourself:
What the heck was that? Why does it always happen to me?
If only there’s a better way to time my entries…
Well, there is.
Which is what you’ll learn in today’s video:
- How to better time your entries in trending markets
- The two best time to enter an existing trend
- Which type of trends you must avoid at all cost
Big trading opportunity on Crude Oil that you cannot miss.
So, go watch this week’s video right now.
How to Better Time Your Entries?
I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s market analysis.
If you’ve got any questions, don’t hesitate to let me know in the comments section below. Cheers!
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Good stuff thanks
You’re welcome, Kevin 🙂
Don’t hesitate to let me know if there’s anything, I’ll be glad to help.
Hi Rayner, I believe in previous video you have also emphasize on trading the breakout of support or resistance if the trend is intact.
In the 1st chart you have shown, isn’t it consider as a breakout of support area?
It’s a breakout but I wouldn’t trade it.
The range is not as clean as I would like it to be.
HiRayner asusul very nice and informative video. Keep posting new videos. Thx. God bless all. Cheers.
You’re welcome, Mandeep.
Glad to hear that 🙂
Rayner jus want to knw for short term trades say fr wek or 10days, which time frame charts r more useful fr suprt restnce n moving averges( daily wekly or monthly). Thx. God bless.
If you’re looking to hold trades for a week, I would say the 4 hour and daily Support & Resistance would be relevant.