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rod178

Well-Known Member
Years ago I skimmed through it, not really much to read, certainly does not contain 7 Winning Forex Strategies. An honest title would be "A Beginners Introduction to Forex". That Youtube clip says it all.
 

garry

the art of war
rod178 said:
Here is Grace https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tMKcZgFgKfo

suspect that she has many weeks of FX experience.
lol this cracked me up rod :thumbsup:people love that shit thats what draws them in
2000usd a day in 15mins in ur under pants .ive nearly finished it and will release it with the ea full template and 26 indicators that dont repaint .
http://www.amazon.com/The-Art-War-Sun-Tzu/dp/1599869772 best book ive read relating to trading .
 

sakib717

Never apologize for confidence...
looks like you guys are so intelligent but you know what ? i found ICT by his book, you are thinking how ?

here im sharing a little piece of her book

7 Winning Strategies For Trading Forex - Grace Cheng

page: 129

Retail traders like to trade breakouts, but institutional, or the more seasoned traders,
prefer to fade breakouts, doing exactly the opposite of what the majority is
expected to do. That is one of the main reasons why most breakouts fail – the
institutional or seasoned traders taking advantage of the crowd psychology of the
retail or inexperienced traders, and winning at their expense. Our strategy is to trade
in the direction of institutional activity, by fading breakouts.

this makes me sense and then im searching more about in google then i found the master which is called "ICT"
thats all i need now but i cant blame her because of in the beginning of my trading career she was my eye opener. my every single question solved ICT by his tutorial specially sniper series but every step i begin to realize his old material was a golden piece now im collaborating all his material and found my result what he is capable off doing.

Yes i admit ICT is a complete master and he is the one who showed me the real way
 

garry

the art of war
sakib717 said:
looks like you guys are so intelligent but you know what ? i found ICT by his book, you are thinking how ?

here im sharing a little piece of her book

7 Winning Strategies For Trading Forex - Grace Cheng

page: 129


this makes me sense and then im searching more about in google then i found the master which is called "ICT"
thats all i need now but i cant blame her because of in the beginning of my trading career she was my eye opener. my every single question solved ICT by his tutorial specially sniper series but every step i begin to realize his old material was a golden piece now im collaborating all his material and found my result what he is capable off doing.

Yes i admit ICT is a complete master and he is the one who showed me the real way
i was having a laugh at the video nothing about you mate sorry if you have taken that out of context.
 

sakib717

Never apologize for confidence...
Another insightful book i found is "Forex Revolution, An Insider's Guide to the Real World of Foreign Exchange Trading - Peter Rosenstreich"

best part of this book is interview with Joachim Herr the head of risk management at BMW
International,

James H. Sinclair is senior management with EBS

Steve Nutland is director of trading in North America for spot
and emerging markets at Bank of America

Tim K. is a senior global dealer at Forex Capital Markets/Refco
FX
 
garry said:
lol this cracked me up rod :thumbsup:people love that shit thats what draws them in
2000usd a day in 15mins in ur under pants .ive nearly finished it and will release it with the ea full template and 26 indicators that dont repaint .
http://www.amazon.com/The-Art-War-Sun-Tzu/dp/1599869772 best book ive read relating to trading .
This video hurt my nervous system. Good thing I had a beer first.
 
sakib717 said:
Retail traders like to trade breakouts, but institutional, or the more seasoned traders,
prefer to fade breakouts, doing exactly the opposite of what the majority is
expected to do. That is one of the main reasons why most breakouts fail – the
institutional or seasoned traders taking advantage of the crowd psychology of the
retail or inexperienced traders, and winning at their expense. Our strategy is to trade
in the direction of institutional activity, by fading breakouts.
What a mindwarp. What "breakouts" are we talking about? This is as meaningless as saying: "I always fade moving averages."
 

sakib717

Never apologize for confidence...
Arbitrager on Acid said:
What a mindwarp. What "breakouts" are we talking about? This is as meaningless as saying: "I always fade moving averages."
did anyone pushed u to read that book ?
 

outthislife

Well-Known Member
http://www.amazon.com/The-Zurich-Axioms-generations-bankers/dp/1897597495

Just read this, pretty good. It goes against a lot of conventional wisdom that you will see touted around, which is a nice break from the cookie-cutter 'advice' that you will get anywhere else.

"The successful speculator bases no moves on what supposedly will happen but reacts instead to what does happen. "
 

Pentat1936

Well-Known Member
Great, these videos and book can be very helpful for a trader to become a successful trader. Very recommended.
 
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