People usually ask me about what kind of chart can trade based on price action? This is the really important when traders have some confusion about their methodology, mindset, and trading plan. Price action is really clear, you can trade what ever you wants. The point is to find the best charts to trade. In fact, choosing the best chart to trade is the first thing, price action traders do.
First, look for the clear Trend, when you find the clean trend like the chart you can see above, then wait for the best price. Patience is the second key of success. wait for the moment, let the market breath.
Secondly, when you found the great chart, with clear price action, just take action. For instance, in the chart above you can see the clear trend in Walt Disney daily time frame, which has a up trend. If you are any doubt about trend here, you should stop working, and taking the PA course again from A-Z.
there is no hard process, hard thing for traders is how to distinguish, deal, and manage the trade. you can see the entry price on 109, with the safe zone, and with open target price.
Open your February trades with very clear break out signal in FTSE 100 from level 7100 which broke since 2006. clear pull back is happening right now. Entry point is 7099, and because I usually give more room to indices trades, so my stop loss to protect my trade is around 7000. Even 7050 level also is a good level to place your stop loss there indeed. Time frame as you can see in the chart above is daily, so you should wait at least a week to see the result. Very classic, and clean chart with a great risk to reward ratio.
As the chart above shows, S&P 500 broke above the 2270 level, and now pull back to the 2273 level, and as a result in the bullish market, we have a great long opportunity. This is the daily time frame so if you are trading on daily time frame, you should expect to see take profit hit in next days. So, the key to be profitable in this time frame is he patience. These kind of trades are more like investing rather than trading indeed. proper entry point or in the better explanation level is 2273. In indices I give more room to price to move, so stop loss is set for 2250, and open take profit.
Another great example of break-out, pull back setup this time on Amazon.
As you can see in the daily time frame, amazon after spending three months on the consolidation area, after broke above the channel $788, and pull back to the level, respect the price action, now start to rise again.
The Original entry point was $790, stop loss level sat at $780. And nearest possible turning point is level $840. So risk to reward equal to the $10 to $50 means 1 to 5. Very clear, and clean pure price action for this chart.
Hopefully, you took this trade, and enjoy easy profit.
Let's take a look at TESLA chart. Price is in teh bullish trend since December. now, It is a good time for price after testing 213.00 to break the level and continue to rise. As you can see in the chart above, in Daily time frame we have a great opportunity to go long from 213.00 level, my suggestion is to set your stop loss below 205.00. in fact based on the US market and gaining in dollar, it make sense to go long at this time.
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