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Here’s the truth:
Candlestick chart is a lagging tool.
Don’t believe me?
Think about this…
A candlestick shows you the Open, High, Low, and Close. But it can only be “confirmed” after it has closed.
So, what does it mean?
It means candlestick is not a leading indicator because it’s based on historical prices. And it’s not only candlestick patterns that are lagging.
In fact, when you’re using technical analysis, you’re trading based on information that has already happened.
So the question is, if you are trading based on past information, then why do some traders succeed and some don’t?
Well, the secret is this…
It’s how you interpret the information that matters.
And in this video, I’ll show you how to interpret Forex candlestick patterns (the correct way)…
You will learn:
- How to identify “hidden” strength and weakness in the markets by paying attention to this one thing — that 95% of traders ignore
- Step-by-step examples that show you how to trade candlestick patterns like a pro
- How to use candlestick patterns to find high probability trading setups (hint: it’s NOT about the pattern itself)
Honestly, if you apply the knowledge I’m sharing today, you will never look at candlestick patterns the same way again.
Are you ready?
Then go watch this training video below…
After watching this video, here’s what I like to know…
How do you use candlestick patterns in your trading?
Leave a comment below and let me know.
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