How to Trade Without Indicators – Step by Step Guide to Chart Analysis

Lets be honest, most traders LOVE indicators – there is always an element of excitement when you discover a new shiny tool to tinker with on your charts.

But, the real truth is – everyone is searching for a fictitious “holy grail indicator” that is going to remove the anxiety from trade decision making.

As you probably know all too well, this develops into a love/hate relationship when nothing lives up to your expectations. Then escalates into a vicious hunt for the “perfect indicator” – expending a lot of wasted energy.

Now, at some point in your trading journey, you’re going to say to yourself: “I want to learn how to trade without indicators!

Regardless of what has led you to this point, this new quest for knowledge will generally lead you down the path to price action trading.

Price action is a methodology, a skill of reading the naked candlesticks directly. As a price action trader you base your decisions purely on what price is doing right now, compared to what it has done in the past.

Today, I would like to arm you with some kick-starter knowledge to usher you into indicator free trading with a simple step-by-step guide to making sense of a price chart – finally extinguishing that dead-end search for holy grail accessories.

For those who are already active price action traders, keep on reading – it’s always good to refresh your mind of the basics to keep you anchored to the foundations you trade from.

 

Step 1: Read the Market Structure

money patternI believe one massive hole exists in many trader’s decision making process – the inability, or the neglect to read the market structure before pulling the trigger.

Understanding market structure is basically tuning yourself in with the chart, and getting a good ‘read’ on “which way the wind is blowing”. It’s such a simple ‘back to basics’ skill, that many just lose touch with.

Even though market structure is basic technical analysis, it’s very important – you need it embedded into every trading decision you make.

For those who don’t know what I mean when I say ‘market structure’ – don’t worry it’s really simple.

Market structure is interpreting the arrangement of high and low points of price on the chart, or to be put more bluntly – it is the technical analysis of the combination of: higher highs (HH) and higher lows (HL), or lower lows (LL) and lower highs (LH) – which are sometimes referred to as swing highs or lows.

The order in which new highs or lows occur, can give you a very solid foundation to determine where the market is moving to, or not moving to…

Basic structure analysis will help you identify things that most traders surprisingly struggle with – allowing the price action to communicate to you if a market is:

  • In a Bullish Trend
  • In a Bearish Tend
  • Ranging Between Two Levels
  • Emerging into a New Trend
  • Forming a Major Bottom to Top

Checkpoint

By following the swing high and low points on a price chart, you can build a good foundation for your technical analysis. Many traders overlook the structure of the market, and therefore struggle with simple things like determining when the market is trending, or where the market is moving to.

 

Identifying Trending Structure

Everyday, the same question pops up – How do I identify the trend?

This is such a simple hurdle that barricades too many traders from advancing with their chart reading skills. Many try to use complex indicators, or mathematical indicators to tell them when a market is trending.

That’s completely unnecessary – don’t rely on software to tell you if a market is trending or not, it only takes seconds if you follow this simple rule.

A trending market is one that is making higher highs and higher lows – OR – a market that is making lower lows and lower highs.

It just seems to simple to be true right? Well trust me – that’s all you need to look out for to identify trending conditions. If you can identify this simple structure, you can identify a trend…

bull market

bear market

It’s almost like a connect the dots puzzle. Map out the major swing highs and lows, then connect them up, like I’ve done with the yellow arrows – and you will ‘see’ the trending structure.

Even though trending markets are the ideal conditions for making money, traders get so burned by them because they’re either trading in the wrong direction, or entering out of position

Remember, you want to buy low, sell high – so generally speaking, you want to wait for price to retrace into swing lows, or swing highs before entering the trend.

Don’t be the trader who chases price as it’s making new highs or lows, the next retracement will likely stomp you out.

Checkpoint

Trending conditions are easily identified by connecting the swing highs and lows together, revealing a down stepping, or up stepping swinging motion of the market. New highs are being printed in a bullish trend, and new lows are printed in a bearish trend. Use retracements into swing highs or lows to enter trends at optimal position.

 

Ranging Market Structure

Ranging markets can be really easy to see, and other times a little more difficult. The problem with ranging conditions is they’re a neutral ‘anything goes’ kind of sideways market – creating an undesirable trading environment.

In a text book scenario – ranging markets occur when price is trapped between two major levels – so you continuously see high and lows printed at the same horizontal levels…

text book range

Everyone knows the text book range structure – but this rarely occurs in every day markets.

Ranges are normally messy and turbulent, and don’t have clearly defined upper and lower boundaries. Generally you will have to identify the range by marking swing points that occur in the same area…

realistic range

Notice how different the ranging market is in the chart above. This is a more realistic example how ranges normally behave, and why they can be so difficult to trade.

Because there is no clearly defined top or bottom, it makes it hard to pin point reversal trades. As you can see, price gets very noisy around the range boundaries – which is why you must be cautious when trying to trade these ranging structures.

The more clearly defined the range the better. Some ranges are just so noisy, it’s not worth the risk

Checkpoint

Ranging market structure is pretty straight forward – just highlight the extreme swing points which acted as the turning point for price. Don’t expect this to be as easy as the text book examples – ranges can get very noisy and use ‘general areas’ rather than strict levels as turning points.

 

Unreadable Market Structure

To finish off the discussion on market structure, there is one very important thing you need to know – something that traps a lot of traders and becomes a huge black hole for money.

You can’t make sense of all market conditions!

There are some charts which are so crazy, their market structure doesn’t make sense. If you can’t get a read on the situation, then it’s probably not worth trading at all.

confusing market structure

Sometimes there is absolutely no explanation for erratic price behavior. Even after following the swing points and highlighting the market structure – there is nothing going on here.

Don’t be the trader who thinks they can analyse, and ‘beat’ the market under any conditions – it will lose you a lot money if you attempt this! Wait for the conditions to clear up and you will be able to enter the market with more confidence, achieving better success.

Checkpoint

Sideways markets can be a chaotic environment that does not make any sense. Don’t feel ashamed for not being able to read every single market condition – if you can’t read the market structure correctly, then don’t put your money behind it.

 

Step 2: Identify Likely Turning Points

After you get a read on the chart situation, you should know what direction you want to be trading – that’s if you want to be trading at all.

The next critical thing to do is to find the most likely place price is going to turn around. This is where we step up our technical analysis and use things like horizontal levels and trend lines.

Other traders may use additional technical turning points such as:

  • Fibonacci levels
  • Pivot Points
  • Psychological price levels like ‘big round numbers’

But just for the record, I don’t use any of the above in my technical analysis. I stick to the very basics, and it serves me well.

To start building a case for a high quality, high probability trade – find those logical, proven turning points on the chart. Allow me to demonstrate this with simple, but powerful support and resistance analysis.

range turning point

In the chart above, we identify the market structure and use support and resistance level to highlight potential turning points.

Now, anything can happen in Forex at any time – but there are two highly probable scenarios here…

  1. Price will retrace into the old support, and use that as new resistance and reverse there
  2. Price will continue to sell into the major range support level, where we will most likely see price turn around – or at least ‘bounce’ off.

 

Remember how I said most traders usually get burned by trends, because they trade out of position? Follow the chart example below for a classic example…

optimal trend area

The example above shows how market structure and simple technical analysis can help you really start to master your chart reading skills.

We identify up-trending conditions and also mark out important support & resistance levels to pin point likely turning points. We can see that the current position of price is in a bad position to consider buying into the trend – this is how traders lose their money by trend trading incorrectly.

They believe “well, the trend is up, so I will start buying”. It’s called chasing price or buying out of position – learn how to enter a trade correctly.

By following the market structure like I showed you in step 1, we know that price is likely to retrace soon, and correct into new lows.

This is where the saying “buy low – sell high” comes into play. It means to use the trend’s retracements to our advantage, and always get into the trend at a smarter price.

Sometimes support & resistance levels don’t make sense to use – so you have to adopt a trend line from time to time. I try to be very minimalistic with trend lines – because it’s very easy to get carried away.

In most cases you only ever need to have one on your chart to do the job…

trendline turning point

Notice in the chart above, a declining trend lines was the main turning point – illustrated easily by the major swing highs printing lower highs each time.

There were a few price action sell signals off the trend line turning point, which did turn out to be very lucrative trades.

Checkpoint

Your most successful trades are going to stem from technical reversal points on the chart. How many times have you taken trades in the middle of nowhere and then gotten stopped out?  Instead, focus on the obvious turning points and use your favorite technical tools to mark the likely place(s) price is expected to bounce or reverse, to give your trades a better chance of success.

 

Step 3: Wait for a Trade Signal

The final piece of the puzzle is to actually wait for a buy or sell signal from your trading system. If you’re trading naked price charts, then this is most likely going to be in the form of a candlestick reversal signal, or a breakout catalyst pattern.

The most common candlestick signal is the Rejection Candle, and the best trigger signal for learning to trade without indicators.

To sum up this guide – I am going to bring all the steps together and use a Rejection candle as an example for our trade signal.

So we highlight our market structure…

step 1 highlight market structure

Remember to ‘read the chart’ by following the swing highs and lows. Let the chart communicate to you what it is trying to do.

We can see this market is currently in consolidation – I am not a big fan of trying to trade inside consolidation structures, so the best thing to do is to wait for a breakout before taking further action.

Once a breakout occurs, and the chart provides more promising price action – then move onto step 2, and identify potential turning points to anticipate market reversals.

step 2 turning points

Then you need to patiently wait for your trade idea to come to life. The market isn’t always going to give up a signal, but when it does – don’t think about it too much, take action.

3. naked chart trade signal

After being disciplined and patient enough to wait for all the steps here to align – we finally get our sell signal that checks the last box.

In this case, a bearish rejection candle forms right where we wanted it to. The key to price action trading, and trading Forex without indicators is not to think about things too much. Keep trading simple by following these 3 steps:

Make yourself a check list –

  • Step 1: Read the Market Structure The market is weak, and trending down because it’s now making lower highs and lower lows – so we know that we want to be a seller in this market.
  • Step 2: Identify Likely Turning Points Using simple support and resistance analysis, we identify that a likely turning point would be the old consolidation support since it was such a strong level. If it holds as resistance, the market will most likely reverse here.
  • Step 3: Wait for a Trade Signal In this scenario the chart printed a bearish rejection candle, which is a common price action sell signal. The anatomy of the sell candle looks good, it’s large in range and the close price was below the open price – giving the candle a bearish body (this is something I like to see on my rejection candles).

trade analysis complete

As you can see this trade worked out very well – consolidation breakouts generally do create explosive moves like this, if the market offers up a signal to catch them.

If you’re getting frustrated with the markets at the moment, and feel like the situation is always turning against you –  you’re probably skipping one of these 3 vital steps.

Here is what can happen if you skip, or don’t include any of these setups in your technical analysis…

  • Market Structure: If you neglect to read the structure, you could simple enter very bad markets and get caught up in very undesirable turbulent conditions.
  • Identify Turning Points: A lot of traders enter the market ‘out of position’, like selling low, or buying high. Wait to buy those higher lows, and sell the lower highs – use turning points such as horizontal levels/trend lines to anticipate these swing points.
  • Trading Signal: Some traders will do something called ‘touch trading’, which is blindly buying or selling the market without a signal. This can work if you align step 1 & 2 together nicely, but having a trade signal basically confirms the trade idea and gives it a better chance of working out.

 

Write these steps on a piece of paper, create a checklist – or even better, include them in your trading plan. This will help straighten up your trading, and keep you away from those bad signals, or ‘in the moment’ impulsive decisions.

I hope this guide is going to help your trading – I personally follow this 3 step rule when I look at charts. Once you apply these 3 steps over and over, eventually it will become second nature, and you will be able to spot high quality trading opportunities within seconds.

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Best of luck on the charts this week 🙂

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  1. Xerkley comment display photo
    Xerkley
    Very helpful, as always. Thank you!
    1. Anil Bhaskaran comment display photo
      Anil Bhaskaran
      It is very helpful

  2. Henry comment display photo
    Henry
    Amazing... Simple... Applied

  3. Martyn comment display photo
    Martyn
    Great informative post as always Dale

  4. Norbert comment display photo
    Norbert
    Thanks a lot! I appreciate the way, you teach the price action technique, very much.

  5. mgn comment display photo
    mgn
    Good job Dale, many thanks !

  6. Mehdi comment display photo
    Mehdi
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    Denny
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    osama
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    ismail
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  10. MIKE comment display photo
    MIKE
    Great info, straight and simple.....the type of info one needs.

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    Duane
    Great stuff, thanks for writing the article.

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    denis
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    sal
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    wongchenmang
    Hi,keep on given infor.tqvm !

  15. Tanya comment display photo
    Tanya
    This article came just in time. Extremely helpful, solved a serious problem I had in trading. Thank you SO much!

  16. Anexas comment display photo
    Anexas
    Excellent and Simple explanation of a critical skill. Thank you TFG.

  17. Budi Liem comment display photo
    Budi Liem
    Simple but excellent. very usefull. Thanks a lot

  18. johnny comment display photo
    johnny
    I have been trading full time for 2 years and find this information extremely accurate. Even in one of your comments on your charts you mention planning, patience, and discipline. Without the three steps you teach here, and without the aforementioned three principles of trading, one would be at a $0 account balance very soon. Thank you again.

  19. Vijay Sonawane comment display photo
    Vijay Sonawane
    Gr8 presentation! Very Simple, Excellent & Very Useful but needs to be practiced well?! Thank you very much dear!

  20. madhan.g .G comment display photo
    madhan.g .G
    GREAT!

  21. FXALTareeq comment display photo
    FXALTareeq
    GREAT Article. No doubt trading Price Action is the natural way to go. As Price Action Traders we don 't to predict the market, we are market Reactors. A philosophy that I teach with my PA Students. There is absolutely no reason to use lagging indicators, oscillators or other thingamajigs. The market tells you exact live, upfront and in person where it is going . Thank you so much for adding value to our community.Have a magnificent day on PURPOSE! FXALTareeq

  22. ritikmodi comment display photo
    ritikmodi
    thanks for this beautiful article.....it helps me a lot....

  23. Daria comment display photo
    Daria
    Very helpful, thank you very much! Love to read it, easy to understand, different from others course.

  24. Juan comment display photo
    Juan
    Thank you so much for this refreshing article. Greetings from Spain!

  25. Evert comment display photo
    Evert
    Thanks you very much

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  27. Mandir comment display photo
    Mandir
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  29. TREVOR comment display photo
    TREVOR
    VERY GOOD BASIC INFORMATION,THANKS TREVOR

  30. Joan comment display photo
    Joan
    Thank you for this helpful article :)

  31. jayprakash comment display photo
    jayprakash
    very very helpful article.can i get copy of this

  32. thabo comment display photo
    thabo
    I took notes and posted the 3 steps in my room

  33. FXBozo comment display photo
    FXBozo
    Thanks Dale for sharing. I have been in dilemma after going through so many videos and webinars but this is very clear and precious. I have fallen into the traps many times.

  34. Kenny Nguyen comment display photo
    Kenny Nguyen
    Eye opener easy to read and enjoyable . All I have to say is wow! Worth more money then all the stuff we pay to learn useless indicators that don't work!

  35. Brandon comment display photo
    Brandon
    This post has been truly inspirational for me in my trading. I'm a fairly new trader that has been victim to finding the holy grail of indicators that takes all of the work and emotion away from me when determining when to enter trades. For 2 years I have tried and maneuvered almost every 'free' indicator out there. I have heard about price action trading ad read a couple articles and watched a few videos on it but strayed away from it because honestly ' I was lazy and wanted the easy way to make money'. Through my evolution as a trader I have become immersed in this world of being part of the elite and have been going All In with my trading. You have really given me a new breath paired with an extra layer of iron emotion/discipline that is allowing me to more easily read the structure of multiple markets and have success in trading them. There aren't any words that can express how much this site has changed my life and enhanced my love for trading. Thank you.


  36. sven midholm comment display photo
    sven midholm
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  37. dani comment display photo
    dani
    I am amazed for your knowledge about trading, you have a very simple and working technic, when are u going to write a book??? i will be your first buyer!! or any trading master class!! hugs from spain, following you from now!

  38. Mario Zulu comment display photo
    Mario Zulu
    Hi Dale, my name is Mario & I'm for South Africa. I just can't wait to be part of the war room! Wow you are the best me! 🙏🏾

  39. ola comment display photo
    ola
    Thanking you DAĹE. JUST SHORT OF WORDS. EXCELLENT EXPLANATION . STILL A BIT CONFUSED THOUGH AS TO WHEN EXACTLY CAN I TAKE TRADES. THE TYPE OF CANDLE OR PRICE TO WATCH OUT FOR. Very simple explanation. Still not clear when to take trades.

  40. Markus Izang comment display photo
    Markus Izang
    Quite educative. Thanks

  41. carl89 comment display photo
    carl89
    Thank you for your guide. I will incorporate this in my trading.

  42. Bhanuka comment display photo
    Bhanuka
    which time frames are most accurate ?? what time frames are you use for trading ???for PA
    1. Dale Woods comment display photo
      Dale Woods
      swing trading time frames, like h4 and above.

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    soorej
    thanks a lot I ll follow it

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    sanjay
    sanjay thanks, I am very truthfull to you

  45. Ismail comment display photo
    Ismail
    Hi Dale. Just great especially for newbies like me. I will definitely include this in my short list of strategies.

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    subairi
    Terimakasih bimbing kami agar seperti anda

  47. Marquin comment display photo
    Marquin
    Very informative and simple. Thanks Dale for making a complex solution very simplistic. Your articles are relevant and fresh. Thanks for your expertise.

  48. Khaled comment display photo
    Khaled
    Thank you for the "in -a-capsule" straiting -up lecture 👍

  49. Francis comment display photo
    Francis
    Very refreshing and explained in simple and easily understandable fashion. Welcomed info on price action forex trading.

  50. Bernard comment display photo
    Bernard
    This is the most straightforward article I've read about Price Action Trading. I feel much more confident attempting this approach as you have given me clear steps. What is your opinion about a hybrid system (Price Action + Select technical indicators)? I'd love to hear from you about this.
    1. Dale Woods comment display photo
      Dale Woods
      I think it's unnecessary to add in indicators. Most traders get frustrated with them and start adding in more, then before you know it you've got a chart full of indicators again. Keep your mind clear, keep trading simple, so you can make sound trading decisions.

  51. Eddy Evans comment display photo
    Eddy Evans
    Great content Dale. I had reached a point where I have simplified my indicators to the RSI and stochastic, but still fall into the same traps you have explained, and while not losing money, not making any either. I have even tried to get to understanding Institutional Order Flow, but I get bogged down. I trade predominantly Forex. I have seen the scenarios you describe plenty timds before, but never really recognised them. I will be paying closer attention in the future. Here's to profitable trading! Thanks once again!

  52. Robert Mokgatle comment display photo
    Robert Mokgatle
    Great and enlightening article...Analysis spot on....

  53. Harry Nguyen comment display photo
    Harry Nguyen
    Wait, I don't get it. I love the content that you have especially this article. But, in your videos, all I see is indicators. I was thinking about buying the membership but I need it to where it's purely price action...
    1. Dale Woods comment display photo
      Dale Woods
      That's a good point, that is my battle station indicator - which is more than a tool rather than an indicator. It monitors the chart for price action events and patterns and then reports it to our mobile phone or email. It's optional, and designed for those people who can't check the charts as often - it will alert you when there is something worth checking out.

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    NIECO PAMA
    This is a great article. It can help a lot without price but of great gratitude to the author. The author knows that sharing without cost is a best way to earn more!!! Thumbs up to the author. God Bless you more author!

  55. Mounir lajili comment display photo
    Mounir lajili
    Thnak you for helping pepole and spacially for NOT trying to sell some crappy expert or indicator . Keep up

  56. TranceX comment display photo
    TranceX
    Hello Dale, wonderful job u have done here. What do you think about EURUSD Weekly Timeframe? Is there a rejection candle there?

  57. Sameer comment display photo
    Sameer
    Thank u ,u smart man, now I read future.

  58. Noble Johnfaith comment display photo
    Noble Johnfaith
    thanks Dale This concept is , find the condition if he market first,, check the market the SR levels,, let the market play to your position, then finally make a move into the market'I have being loving your in dept posting and analysis. keep helping us . The Lord will bless you

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    muhey
    I have been trading full time for 2 years and find this information extremely accurate. Even in one of your comments on your charts you mention planning, patience, and discipline. Without the three steps you teach here, and without the aforementioned three principles of trading, one would be at . (your the person who made me success i think you are very honesty person) God bless you forever.

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    Wan
    Thanks for this beautiful article.. Greetings from Malaysia

  61. Muzi Nkambule comment display photo
    Muzi Nkambule
    Very informative, I'd call it KISS (keep it simple strategy). Many thanks

  62. Gerald Louw comment display photo
    Gerald Louw
    Very helpfull, I have always been a price action trader and it has never failed me. Cant argue that your inputs has made things much more clearer. Thank you and keep up the good work. :)

  63. Jamie Tang comment display photo
    Jamie Tang
    Thank you very much for such an informative article.

  64. Siyabonga comment display photo
    Siyabonga
    Such a great and simple article. Thank you so much.

  65. Jamie Pips comment display photo
    Jamie Pips
    I started trading in July of 2015 with no knowledge of the markets and blew through $2500 by Aug and I called it quits. I took a break for a few months and got back in and blew another $500. I said ok let me gain knowledge and wisdom. I prayed and I swear that's when I found your vids on YouTube. I wish I found them sooner. After watching them all in about 2-3 days, then reading your articles, and back testing feverishly I then re-entered the markets and I am up 40% in 2 months. Thank you so much this has literally changed my family's life. You taught me how to fish.

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    sentosa masyhor
    now open my eyes

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    Smonds
    Great article indeed

  68. Najam Ul Hassan comment display photo
    Najam Ul Hassan
    Great job sir...just carry on...

  69. Hetti comment display photo
    Hetti
    it is a great explanation. And a great strategy. Thank you very much Sir.

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    Zainuddin Abdul Wahid
    Very simple explanation....thank you.

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    Jam
    Wow! This website is a goldmine. Great article.

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    Rayol
    Do you know that you've done a great job brother. Thank you!

  73. Peter comment display photo
    Peter
    Brilliant! Because of your articles I turned from a losing trader to a profitable one. I made 49% ROI last month... I try to make an average of 1% per day but now only go for trades that look right according to your rules and have made, well, a lot more. I expect to join your war room soon!

  74. herbert andrade comment display photo
    herbert andrade
    Where are you going Sunday? If a perfect signal appears on Sunday and is valid? Until what day you enter if the input signal appears? Do you let your open position on the sixth?

  75. Roy Peters comment display photo
    Roy Peters
    Excellent!

  76. Anthony brooks comment display photo
    Anthony brooks
    Great stuff

  77. Jeremy Dugdale comment display photo
    Jeremy Dugdale
    what time frame are you basing all your charts on? If it’s daily I assume your waiting days or weeks for a trade to set up?
    1. Dale Woods comment display photo
      Dale Woods
      sometimes you have to wait a few days for something good to pop up, yes.

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    paul heston
    MORE, MUCH MORE PLEASE. !!!

  79. Qalu comment display photo
    Qalu
    I really appriciate your work very nice artical and heplful information thank u so much

  80. yannik comment display photo
    yannik
    Hi Dale,I am currently trading CFDs not Forex, Is your course still viable for me to take even though I trade a different market. I am also a swing trader and am loving your free tutorials and guides, thanks mate.Yannik

  81. fikri comment display photo
    fikri
    very helpful for a beginners like me...hope you can teach me more... hoping for an email from you..

  82. Hamid comment display photo
    Hamid
    Awesome method, the one I was searching for, Thanks So Much

  83. Chris comment display photo
    Chris
    Very comprehensive and so valuable. Exactly what I was looking for. Looking forward to getting better in my trading thanks to you.

  84. Gus M Kanavakatini comment display photo
    Gus M Kanavakatini
    Thank you appreciate your article exactly what I needed to hear. Reminds of of another video on the same subject where the person says, why use old technology to predict the forex market. What he was referring too was indicators created in the 50, 60, 70, 80 being used to predict what is happening in 2018!! totally crazy!..been trading for a number of years using indicators has become a struggle and I need to simplify my trading....this is why I am moving away from indicators. Not too say here that they are not useful but to my way of thinking I get hung up on all the noise without realizing the simplicity of the market. The best analogy here is the KISS principal keep it simple stupid!!..anyway thank you

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    Festus
    Great inspiring write up. Does this method work on all time frames or we need to flip between charts to use this price action strategy. How can i become your student (mentoring)

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    Kio
    Very Informative. Just read this and I can almost taste success. I must say, this is the first article, "Trading Related", that I've read through 3 times fully. Thanks for sharing such info. Best of luck, friend! ;)

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    prince
    so educative,thank you for this analysis
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