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You’ve probably come across a Pinbar trading strategy that goes something like this…
- Let price retrace to an area of support
- Wait for a Pinbar to form
- Place your stoploss below the Pinbar, and aim for a minimum of 1:2 risk to reward
Makes sense right?
You start looking for these trading setups.
But here’s what usually happens:
Price comes into an area of support, trades higher from it, without giving you a Pinbar entry.
If you’ve experienced it before, then watch this training video below.
Because you’ll learn what a Pinbar really means, and how to find high probability trading setups (without looking for “confirmation”).
I hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s video post. As always, comments are welcomed and encouraged. Cheers!
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