Conquering The Markets

Conquering The Markets

Conquering The Markets

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  1. Andrew O'Leary

    This was a breakthrough for me, especially with the clarification and examples in the chat group.

  2. Jasin Halim

    Hi Jordan,
    while we do not trade during Asian Session we still include the signal from the Asian Session correct ?

    1. Jordan Lindsey

      Yes, that’s right. While Asia is not traded the Asian candle is used for London entries. London candle used for NY entries.

      1. Jasin Halim

        another question Jordan,
        for Forex, would it be advisable to enter positions during Sunday evening in NY ? this would the opening time for Forex after closing during the weekend if I understand correctly

        1. Vik

          I believe Sunday evening in NY means its the open of Asia, and Jordan always advises to stay away from Asia session, while we can use Asia sessions to look for entries we should still aim to make them during the London session would be early morning in NY (EST 3 AM).
          Please correct me if my understanding is incorrect here!

  3. rex

    Hi where is the chat group please send me a link for it as i have not received any thing

    1. Jordan Lindsey

      You should receive a series of emails which include step by step instructions for best practices on following the course & strategy. Here is the Telegram CTM group link, https://t.me/joinchat/HDtYGhMeknYODUCJlEUrPQ

  4. Jasin Halim

    HI Jordan, I noticed the above example Entry was based on the Lower Body of the Candle, instead of the Wick of the Candle. Could you verify again the text book Entry, is it based on the wick or the candle Body ?

    Cheers

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    DannyB

    I have noticed that sometimes I am too quickly on getting the trade after the retest and resumption down .
    To use the example shown (in my case) the candle would make a lower low than the previous candle, but barely and I would jump on the trade as I got the signal. Price could then turn around and resume up.
    On the other side i am afraid that the trade could go down fast and i am missing the entry while it was clearly there in hindsight.
    Do you have a tip on this Jordan?

    1. Jordan Lindsey

      I understand this well and experience it myself.
      -If you don’t take the first resumption off of the level you may miss the trade as it could resume off.
      -Sometimes the first higher high or lower low is not the best entry > there is no way to know ahead of time if it will be or will not be
      However if you are placing your stop loss in a place where you know you are wrong regardless if it was the first entry or third entry the trade should work out in your favor unless you are stopped out.

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        DannyB

        Thank you for clarifying. Sometimes the second or third might also offer a better/cleaner entry.

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