Price Action Day Trade on GBPUSD

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In this video Johnathon makes a Price Action day trade on the GBPUSD daily chart. This trade was played against the trend and  Johnathon discusses first how to identify the trend and then what to look for when trading against it. This videos is recommended for any trader wanting to know how to trade from key levels and against a trending market. This setup was posted live for the members in the Members Only Forum as it occurred and played out in real time.


 

Price Action Day Trade on GBPUSD was last modified: March 13th, 2014 by Johnathon Fox
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About Johnathon Fox

Johnathon Fox is a professional Forex and Futures trader who also acts as a mentor and coach to thousands of aspiring traders from countries right around the world. Johnathon specialises in helping traders reach their full trading potential by helping them master the art of price action trading and correct money management techniques. To learn more about how you can become a student of Johnathon’s and learn the strategies he uses, then check out the Forex School Online Lifetime Membership

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  1. thank you..

  2. Thank's

  3. I notice at 3.55/3.56 where you circle a candles wick the candle has a small red body however when you come back for the second half of the video the candle has no body at all, what’s going on there????

    • jonfox says:

      @Bob,

      that is a fantastic spot Bob that I did not even spot myself until you pointed it out.

      I use MT4 demo charts to do make the videos to keep the charts clean of the lines that are put on when you have orders,stops and targets in the market. It makes it messy and then hard to explain key levels as there are lines in the way so I use fresh clean charts. I must have used a different brokers demo for the second half of the video than I did for the first. Even though all NY close charts will look mostly the same they will on occasions have slight differences. The reason for this is every broker is using different banks and institutions to fill their orders and give them their data.

      Hope this clears it up. Let me know if you have any questions.

      Johnathon

  4. I like this….

  5. thank's you very much.

  6. Ampa Dec Pinker Beell says:

    I like this…

  7. Good to see it again in a real example. Thanks

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  9. Thanks for the great information.

  10. Chanar Puttha says:

    am want to play demo first.

  11. I really wish there were more arclites like this on the web.

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