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Wyckoff Trading cycle

Richard Wyckoff Trading cycle – A short Guide

By Trading Predator January 13th, 2016 No Comments

Wyckoff proposed a four-stage Market cycle. His idea was that the cycle resulted from the actions of these large players who planned their operations in the market to take advantage of the uneducated public’s inappropriate reactions to price movement, but we also see evidence of this cycle in the price action of medieval commodity prices;

Investor Psychology | Market Psychology

Market Psychology and Price action Trends

By Trading Predator January 11th, 2016 No Comments

Supply and demand, when sellers and buyers agree on a trade, determines asset prices. Market Psychology has tremendous impact on asset prices. Presumably, if a substantial number of transactions occur at one price, the price is telling us that supply and demand are in a temporary equilibrium (Range bound) and that both buying and selling

Price action bars

Introduction to Trending and Ranging Price action bars

By Trading Predator December 30th, 2015 No Comments

In this article, I will cover about Price action bars. Two important types of Price action bars, their market structures and how they are used in my practical trading. Candlestick patterns are categorized into multiple structures. The problem with trading candlestick patterns becomes obvious, after some experience in live markets. Hypothetical branching of candlestick patterns,

Pin Bar candlestick patterns randomly appear everywhere.

Analyzing Price action in candlestick patterns – A skill to overcome limitations

By Trading Predator December 24th, 2015 1 Comment

When I infer price action through candlestick patterns, often traders misunderstand and conclude that “I am talking about candlestick patterns”. Fancy names such as Pin bars, Shaved bars, Engulfing patterns are referred to recurring price action candlestick patterns. These kinds of names to candlestick structure are often misleading. They’re treated with hard- fast rules and

Three push pullbacks

Trading three push pullbacks price action pattern

By Trading Predator December 17th, 2015 No Comments

Three push pullbacks is a particular kind of Price action pattern; which signals warning before an end of a trend. We often need to analyze this pattern to confirm its development, with practice and experience; you can recognize this pattern in an easy way. Three push pullbacks is a counter trend pattern; it’s only powerful,