What is Price Action Trading? My Crucial Guide For Forex Traders

what is price action cover artA long time ago, technical analysis – like price action, was put in the same bucket as astrology, palm reading and fortune cookies.

No one actually thought there was any merit to it.

Anyone who was trading technicals back in the ‘old days’ was considered foolish. But hey, there was a time physicists believed if we traveled over 60 km/h, the g-force would rip our bodies apart… 🙂

Fast forward to the more intelligent age today (the information and data era, where we know things), you would be considered a fool not to have an understanding of price action concepts as a Forex trader.

Most traders now consider the technicals their ‘trading religion’, and rely heavily on them to make confident trading choices.

Therefore most technical analysis, like price action trading, now dominates the industry.

If you’re a passionate, aspiring trader, and truly want to attune your skills to become a master of the charts – one way or another, you will find yourself studying the concepts of price action.  It is unavoidable.

As a warm up, let’s have a look at an example of a price action sell trade on the AUDUSD:

daily price action on audusd

This was a sell signal that was very simple in nature – no complicated analysis necessary.

A large bearish reversal candlestick pattern formed off a lower high. At the same time, the weekly chart had a large bearish candle sitting on a big resistance level – really helping build value into the sell trade idea.

Then this happens:

audusd trade success

This is the power of what price action analysis can do for you.

I risked $1000 on the trade to get these figures, but the numbers are all relative. $100 risk would have gotten a $400-$600 return, depending on how long you held the trade for.

Want to learn more more about how to go about identifying trade signals like the one above?

In this comprehensive guide, I am going to walk you through the ins and outs of price action, naked chart analysis, and candlestick trading.

Depending on your existing skill level, you should walk away from this guide with actionable information that you can apply to your trading methodologies today!



Price Action Explained

Price action is a term given to a category of trading methodologies that use only basic chart data (like reading the story of candlesticks), to identify trade signals and forecast future price movement.

Because we are very analytical creatures, we tend to over complicate matters – making the ‘extras’ (i.e. indicators) very attractive and seductive!

Forex, and other financial markets exploit our hunger for extra data, setting us up to become easily paralyzed in ‘indicator land’.

This best thing you can do to help your recovery from ‘analysis paralysis’, is to hit the ‘reset’ button. Go back to basics and start again with price action.

So, what is price action?

Price action breakdown: it is the analytical study of historical price movement.

It is widely considered a compulsory learning step for Forex traders, as it’s the life blood, soul, and backbone of all things that have anything to do with technical analysis.

Most charts used for trading are graphical representations of price movement vs time (linear price on the y axis, and linear time on the x axis).

price vs time chart

However, as will will discover further into the tutorial – this layout can change a little, and screw around a bit with the linear nature to get some really interesting charts.

Once you learn to the read the charts directly (without indicators) – you will develop the crucial skill of translating the ‘price footprint’, empowering you with the knowledge you need to transform yourself into a very confident trader.

Make the step towards understanding price action better, and I promise – you will look at the market from a whole new perspective. I want you to think of reading plain charts as interpreting the ‘language’ of the market.

The charts are trying to communicate to you through the price movements, you just need to be receptive to what’s being communicated.

When you think back to your dark trading days, you will wonder how you were ever able to survive trading without the knowledge of understanding price action!

A very messy chart - how did I ever trade without price action?

As a technical, or even a quantitative analyst, it’s your task to look at current price behavior and compare it with past behavior.

The comparison of what’s happening now vs. the history of price behavior can arm you with the knowledge needed to accurately forecast future price movements – this is quantitative analysis 101.

The same price action candlesticks, and patterns occur repeatedly, and tend to produce the same reaction over and over again.

By learning these recurring patterns – we gain a statistical edge needed to become profitable over the long run!

Your edge as a price action trader boils down to how good you are at finding these reoccurring patterns, and recognizing all the conditions they form under.

Some price action nuances are:

  • The behavior of the market you’re trading
  • What session the signal/event formed in
  • The structure of recent price action
  • If the market is at a major decision point or not

Take a look at an example trade below which highlights the concept of using the market history to your advantage:

reveral candle at weekly level

Paying attention to historical movements vs ‘the now’, can make a life or death difference in helping you forecast future price movement.

If you want to trade price action like a boss, study the chart history, collect data. Know your signals in and out, and you will be able to trade with a high degree of accuracy.

You would be surprised how many times these kind of price action events allow you the opportunity to position yourself ahead of the moves.


Price action is the study of chart data, comparing current markets to historical price movements to identify high quality trade signals, and make accurate forecasts. Traders who learn how to read a naked chart can exploit reoccurring price patterns for a profit.


Trading Different Market Conditions

trading conditions abstract text artOne of the real skills you need as a trader, is the ability to work with most market conditions.

Granted, not all market environments can be traded safely, but at least the chart will communicate that message to you.

Markets are generally doing 1 of 3 things:

  • Trending
  • Ranging
  • Consolidating

I am going to usher you in via the ‘keep things simple’ mantra, providing an insight into how you can trade these conditions pain free, via a no-fuss plain price chart.


Trending Markets

Trending markets are considered the prime money making conditions because they are moving markets, and price movement = potential profit.

Trends are estimated to only occur 30% of the time – so while they are in motion, you’ve got to know how to take advantage of them.

I continuously keep coming across this question: “How can I determine the trend?”

Let me clear this up for you right now. Please, remember these key points, burn them into your mind!

  • A trending market will leave a price action footprint of higher highs & higher lows (bullish), or lower highs and lower lows (bearish). It’s as simple as that, that’s how you find a trend.
  • Real trends are established on swing trading time frames (4 hour and above). Don’t use low time frames to go trend hunting – you may find micro intra-day trends, but they often don’t align well with the bigger picture – providing low potential for return on investment.
  • Sometimes there just isn’t a trend at all. Doing ‘nothing’ is sometimes the best position to take when trading.

Check out my article on trading without indicators to get more of an idea about price action trading with swing points in trending markets. For now, let’s keep things simple by looking at the diagrams below. Finding trends should not be more complicated than this…

A bullish trend – higher highs and higher lows.

anatomy of bullish trend

A bearish trend – lower highs and lower lows.

anatomy of a bearish trend

When you see the trending footprint broken – for example the market stops making higher lows, or lower highs, then the trend momentum has probably died out, and you can expect some consolidation, or ranging markets to follow.

The ‘golden rule’ of trading (or any market place) is to buy low and sell high. Sounds simple enough, but does everyone actually understand that concept?

During trending conditions, many traders do the opposite, buying high and selling low…

dont buy high in bullish trends

don't sell low in bearish trends

Remember this quote: “Buy the dips, and sell the rallies“.

This is a good way to remember how to position yourself into a trend correctly, and avoid the chance of being taken out by corrections.

It’s a very common saying – meaning you look for selling opportunities when the market is rising in a bearish downtrend, or watch for buying opportunities when a market is falling in a bullish uptrend.

buy the dips in a bullish market

sell the rally in bearish markets

Sometimes, it’s important to go back to the basics and identify what a trend really is.

A trend is just a ‘stair-stepping market’, and a stack of exotic indicators are not needed to determine a trend. Remember the core trend rules from this lesson for identifying real trends.

That’s why price action is the best way to evaluate a market’s structure. You can quickly see if there is a trend or not.


The main issue with poor entry for traders is they can’t properly identify a trend, or they trade them ‘out of position’. Keep things simple, a trend is just a succession of higher highs & higher lows, or lower highs and lower lows. Remember the golden rule for trend positioning, “buy the dips, sell the rallies” to avoid being wiped out by corrections.


Ranging Markets Price Acition

Ranging markets are pretty straight forward. They are often called a ‘sideways market’ because their neutral nature makes them appear to drift to the right, horizontally.

There are two containment lines that act as the range structure. To put it simply, price bounces from range structure high to low, giving us price action traders an opportunity to make some money.

the anatomy of a ranging market

A ranging market performs a tennis match pattern, where buyers and sellers just keep knocking price back and forth between the invisible boundaries (support/resistance levels).

example of price overshooting a ranging structure

This will generally continue until the range structure is broken out of, and trending conditions start to organize. It’s important to remember that range boundaries are often ‘overshot’, giving the illusion a breakout is occurring. This can be very deceptive, and it does trap a lot of traders who positioned into the breakout…

You can see how these kind of fake outs can give off the wrong impression. Don’t try to trade range breakouts directly, especially if you’re new to the charts.

consolidation in the middle of a range

The best buying and selling opportunities occur at the range boundaries, in the form of reversal signals. Watch for candlestick reversal signals at these points to see if the tennis match is going to continue…

range boundary price action reversal signals

lucrative candlestick signals within a arange


Ranging markets are simple market structures, where buyers and sellers throw price back and forth between two structure levels. Avoid trading signals mid-range, and also avoid the temptation to trade range breakouts, they do fail a lot. Target compelling reversal signals at the range structure levels.


Price Consolidation Patterns

There are periods where the market doesn’t have any clear directional movement and congests to create consolidation. Some consolidation periods are just too hostile and volatile to trade and should be avoided.

Other consolidation periods do form more uniform price structures that can act like an early warning sign that a violent breakout is about to occur. These are called price squeeze patterns – sometimes referred to as wedges, or triangles by price action traders.


The idea is not to try and trade the bounces at the structure edges, but rather to wait for a clear breakout outside of the structure.

wedge breakout pattern example

The important thing to know with these patterns is that you need to wait for a candle to decisively close outside the pattern before a breakout is confirmed…

squeeze breakout with higher prices expected

Generally speaking, when you get a convincing close outside the squeeze structures, a decent move will follow. You must be very cautious about being the aggressive trader, looking to trade breakouts ‘as they happen’, because these consolidation patterns are notorious for fake outs!

close outside of squeeze pattern indicating breakout

As you can see above, the aggressive breakout trader can easily get trapped as the market gives off the illusion that a breakout is occurring. Getting caught in a fake out can be embarrassing. It may motivate you to negatively evaluate yourself, and kick off all kinds of self-destructive trading responses, like revenge trading.

It’s best not to trade these patterns in an aggressive manner, if you do choose to do so – just account for the extra risk of a fake out in your risk management plan.


When the market consolidates, it has no directional pressure. Trading in consolidation is like flying a kite in a lightning storm. However, some consolidation periods do form organised structures which you can use to catch breakouts.


Different Mediums of Price Action

There are more charting formats out there than just classic candlestick charts (though that is what most people are familiar with). There are other mediums for delivering price data can be used by technical analysts to get different perspectives on the market.

These other mediums may allow you to see opportunities that normally would have eluded you with your traditional candlestick chart.

This is an area I am researching heavily at the moment, but the preliminary findings look promising.

So, lets looks at the classic candlestick charts and some compare them against some of the other formats available.


Candlestick Charts

Most traders believe New York close charts are the only charts you should be looking at. But the reality is, New York close charts only provide a reference point to base your analysis on.

I am not saying New York close charts are bad, they are excellent and I use them every day.  But, have you considered using the London open time as a reference point for your cross analysis?

Let’s compare a New York close chart and a London Open chart…

new york close candlestick chart

With the London open charts, we are able to see a strong sell signal that was otherwise not as obvious on the New York Close chart.

London open candlestick chart

But this is no reason to discount NYC charts either, as we can see a nice big sell signal there which was not as obvious on the London Open chart.

Here is a New York Open chart thrown in for good measure…

new york open candlestick chart example

There isn’t anything obvious screaming out here, but this is just to show now with this one pair, we can have 3 different time perspectives which dramatically changes the chart.

This is like a panning for gold approach where you look through different time slots and see if anything jumps out at you.

You could really shift the charts 23 different ways, as you could generate a chart with every single GMT hour, but I think it’s important to keep things simple and stick to the ‘main event’ times like New York close, London open and the New York open if you really wanted to.

This really opens up the door to some unique analysis for price action traders!


It is possible to get different variations of candlestick charts by manipulating the open/close times of the candles. By shifting the time perspective to other key times in the market, like the London open, we can ‘see’ patterns that may not be visible on our standard charts.


Renko Charts

Have you ever seen a renko chart?

They look absolutely beautiful – just one glance at you will be enchanted by their beautiful structure.

If you want to know more about how they work, see my renko charts explained tutorial.

To summarize: they are the result of removing time out of the equation – candlesticks that are price movement based, not time based.

Here is the same chart as the previous two above, but in renko format…

50 pip size renko chart example

This is a 50 pip Renko chart, meaning the body of each Renko candle is exactly 50 pips – no more no less.

Every time the market moves 50 pips, a new candle (sometimes called brick) will form, regardless of how long the market takes to do so.

It could take 5 mins, 5 hours, or 5 days to create a new Renko candle, it’s purely a momentum based trigger.

Renko charts are great in the way they help eliminate noise, and really let you peer into the core movements of the market.

During strong trends, Renko charts paint a pretty clear picture…

renko chart displaying trending market

It just paints a really clear picture to what’s going on with the market and can make chart analysis very pleasant. Things like finding market structure, and locating important support and resistance levels start to become very easy.

Obviously, you have the freedom to alter the renko chart size to whatever you like, you could have 10, 25, 200 pip Renko charts. The same principle applies as candlestick charts, if you start going too low – then the renko chart can become too noisy and lose its analytical value.


Renko charts are a type of candlestick that doesn’t care about time, they only responds to price movement. It is a unique form of price action trading  that really allows you to look beyond the noise and peer into the market with extra clarity.


Heiken Ashi Charts

This is a chart format that is talked about only in smaller circles, but I’ve known about them for many years.

The easiest way for me to describe a Heiken Ashi chart is the result of applying ‘averaging’ math to a candlestick.

A new candle is created based off of averaging formulas applied to the previous candle. So in laymen’s terms, a Heiken Ashi candle is a unique ‘averaged’ perspective of the previous candle.

The end result is this ‘chained average effect’, helping ‘smooth out’ the chart noise. These charts are attractive because they filter short term vibrations in the market.

heiken ashi chart example

The Heiken Ashi average math does make the candles look unconventional. To understand what these charts are trying to communicate, the trick is to compare the body size to the wick.

If the body size is large, and the wick is small – this indicates strength in the price movement. If the body is bullish, then you’ve got strong bullish pressure, and a bearish body indicates strong bearish pressure.

If the body is small, and the wick is large – this can indicate the opposing side is ‘putting up a fight’ and momentum is slowing down. As a trend comes to an end, you will generally see the bodies get smaller and the wicks get larger.

If you see Heiken Ashi candles with wicks protruding out both ends of the body – this communicates indecision. Here is the same chart example from the candlestick and Renko sections above, put into Heiken Ashi format…

heiken ashi chart comparison

If you would like to learn more about Heiken Ashi charts – check out my Heiken Ashi charts explained tutorial.


The Heiken Ashi candlestick is a unique form of charting invented by the Japanese, which they called ‘a better candlestick’. The average function creates a very different perspective of the market which helps filter through the trend pressure, directional changes and periods of indecision more clearly.


My Custom Chart Builder For MT4

If the custom types of price action discussed above sparks your interest, and you would like to get them into your metatrader 4 platform – it is possible.

Disclaimer: This is a pitch for my custom chart builder software.

Before I continue, there are other ways to get these custom types of price action in your MT4. There are custom plugins floating around on forums.

In my experience they are a real pain to use if you’re trying to trade off them everyday – that’s why I made my custom chart builder, to solve all the annoying problems.

My chart generator allows you create all the charts discussed above, in as many different ways, and spin as many different charts as you like – all managed from the one panel.

chart builder ui preview

You can see with the panel, I have a lot of control with the kinds of charts I can create. In this setup I’ve created

  • 8h EURCAD New York Close Heiken Ashi chart
  • 8h AUDUSD London Open candlestick chart
  • 8h USDCAD New York Open candlestick chart
  • 50 pip EURJPY Renko Chart
  • 25 pip EURJPY Renko Chart
  • 12h GBPUSD Heiken Ashi London open chart
  • 8H AUDJPY candlestick chart applied to +2 GMT


My custom chart builder for MT4 will allow you to bend MT4 to your will, and give you the freedom to create the charts the way you want them. If you would like to learn more about the tool, you can check it out here.


Want to Learn More About Price Action?

If you’ve made it this far, you’ve probably gotten a clearer understanding of price action trading.

You should be starting to realize by now that a price action based approach to Forex trading is a very powerful and lucrative skill to invest the time in learning.

Any trading system that has a price action based methodology as its foundation is probably going to be around for the long term too.

I hope the guide here has been a nice ‘kick starter’ into your journey.

If you’re one of those ‘hungry for knowledge’ kind of people, you will probably start looking through Forex forums and google searches for more info.

The price action I explained here is only the tip of the iceberg. If you want to take your price action knowledge to the next level, check out our Forex course – in my private war room for traders (which also contains all my custom MT4 tools).

Don’t forget to leave your comment below, your feedback on these tutorials is important to me and gives me the positive motivation to make more tutorials like this.

Look forward to hearing from you, best of luck on your new price action journey!

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  1. Kwabena Boateng comment display photo
    Kwabena Boateng
    Dale Woods, you are so smart and bright. You really have command on the charts. Let me ask you, did you graduate from any of the Ivy league universities? Thank you for sharing again this priceless piece of knowledge with the rest of us. Stay blessed.

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    Norbert Harisch
    Thanks a lot for this guide! Really a great service for your customers. It helps a lot to get an overview regarding price action trading. Also the chapters about Heiken Ashi and Renko are deeply interesting.Norbert Harisch

  3. Eric LeBouthillier comment display photo
    Eric LeBouthillier
    very nice Dale !! Great work !

  4. Ovidiu comment display photo
    Hi Dale, Very good article as always! Kind regards, O

  5. Paul Wett comment display photo
    Paul Wett
    Thanks for posting this Dale.

  6. Tobias comment display photo
    This guide is very comprehensive and written is such a simple style that I find it very easy to understand and will be very helpful for me in the future. Thank you so much!

  7. Dragan comment display photo
    Hvala Dale,pozdrav iz Srbije. Thanks Dale,greathings from Serbia!!!

  8. John Smit comment display photo
    John Smit
    Great article! Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

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    Travers Harris
    I have started reading this article but I am a long way from finished. I signed up with IQ options as they were the cheapest with a $20 deposit and I am an old man without an income. I deposited more a bit later as I lost the $20 dollars and lost the rest of my deposits as well. So I opened a free account with IQ and used the information provided by the Forex Guy and won 7 out of 8 times., that's an 87.5% strike rate, the best I have done. And I think why I lost the one time because I did something wrong.I am going to really study all the information provided as it is brilliant. Thanks Dale

  10. enke comment display photo
    my trading mind full changed from find your site. pat is great. thank you so much changing my opinion and life. best wishes for you

  11. Grant comment display photo
    Dale thank you for taking the time to write this article.

  12. Generaal Goudvis comment display photo
    Generaal Goudvis
    Hi Dale. You showed again....Price Action rules

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    abdul wasay khan
    Hi Dale Your article is very useful and very informative.you did a great job.thank you very much.

  14. Sikiru comment display photo
    Hi Dale, This is another kind gesture from your humble self and it's quite commendable.Thank you Dale and keep it up,but quickly want to chip in a piece of advice,try to include a snap shot of your performance on demo account using all your itemized strategies on Price Action so that we will be rest assured the strategies on P.A really work.Once again thank you.

  15. Thomas T Brown comment display photo
    Thomas T Brown
    Dale, Thanks so much,It was presented so clearly and I learned a lot! TB

  16. ahmad comment display photo
    thanks frind on this really sporting artical

  17. kmzahirul islam comment display photo
    kmzahirul islam
    It is very easy to understand .thank a lot .

  18. javier comment display photo
    thank Dale for share your knowledge with us.. Stay blessed.jvfx

  19. Juhairi JJ comment display photo
    Juhairi JJ
    Hello Dale ... Like your articale above ... thanks. Need to know .. can I Copy Trade you? ...

  20. Rondell comment display photo
    Bless your soul for existing. God knows where we would all be if our tutelage was left in the hands of some of these other trainers.

  21. Victor comment display photo
    Such an intriguing insight

  22. DayTrader comment display photo
    You have inspired and helped a lot of new traders, like myself. Great work sir! Your efforts and time are greatly appreciated! Bless.

  23. Pchai comment display photo
    Thank for good article, it is easy to understand.

  24. Tseliso Ramoeletsi comment display photo
    Tseliso Ramoeletsi
    Really inightful! Thnks n great work Dale

  25. Rajesh comment display photo
    Wow, great simple reading. Is the content available as an e-book?

  26. Dennis comment display photo
    Awesome. Thank you for what you have shared. An explanation that really helps one grasp what is going on. Yes, I will have to continue to study and get the correct mindset but very encouraging and helpful.

  27. Stefano comment display photo
    Thank you! Very helpfull

  28. jemingcrz comment display photo
    good info price action for trader beginner like me,gak kalu ada kot bahasa klate lagi molep,bnyk teknik hok ore buat melalui price action sajo,cth hh,lw break lebih kure cb1 break,triple inside candle lebih kure dominen cs break,jadi paham2 je laaa

  29. Howard comment display photo
    Love the way you explain price action. With understanding comes patience and discipline. Thank you Dale. Much appreciated.

  30. John Sambo comment display photo
    John Sambo
    I went through your price action tutorial and made $5 with no sweat. Thank you for explaining PRICE ACTION in a simple non-technical way. I will go through the tutorials over and over again. thanks once more.

  31. Sajayan comment display photo
    Thank you very much Mr. Dale for this valuable informations

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    23Traders Tutorial
    Thank you for your great post. It's really very informative and really helpful. Please Keep posting. Thanks again. 23Traders Tutorial

  33. Bernard comment display photo
    This is a great intro to price action trading. I enjoyed the content and hope it helps form a rock-solid trading strategy as I check on your other posts.

  34. Dahrel comment display photo
    Almost ready to quit trading Forex but thank God i found your video in youtube and catch my attention. I'm learning a lot from your articles and trying to apply what I've learned from you. Thanks a lot for sharing your talents! Keep it up and stay blessed!!!

  35. Alden comment display photo
    Hello dale, just started learning how to trade for the last month and your articles are very helpful to trade without indicators. Im planning to open a real account next month but im not quite understood how to see when a sideways chart hit the support/resist going for a breakout or reversal. When the chart is going to hit a support/resist should i wait for the next candle whether its going to make a fake breakout and hop in when its going reversal? Thank you very much! Hope to get an insight from the best
    1. Dale Woods comment display photo
      Dale Woods
      It's not usually a good idea to trade through levels to try and catch a breakout. That is true, you are risking getting caught in a fake out, which occur a lot around main levels. I wait for the breakout candle that shows a decisive close above/below the market, so the price action clearly shows you it's going for it.

  36. Fabian Drurie-Brewer comment display photo
    Fabian Drurie-Brewer
    I have been analysing yours and others strategies. Yours is easier to understand, makes sense and so far has made me cash. I only lost one trade out of the four I placed but that was due to my own faulty analysis and not enough patience to ensure the set-up is correct. I will never make that mistake again! Lol. Thank you for the information and guidance.

  37. David Mottram comment display photo
    David Mottram
    Hi Dale, I've spent the past couple of months reading everything I can on FOREX, opened up demo accounts to practice, but haven't quite got there. And then I found your website, your articles are brilliant and seem to answer that nagging doubt in my head about how to trade FOREX. I'm seriously considering signing up for the war room membership. Keep up the good work. David (UK)

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    Carlos Fernando Dazzi
    Dear Dale, I've learned a lot from your videos and articles. I really appreciate what you've done for us fellow traders.Thsnk you very much. Fernando Dazzi

  39. Paulo comment display photo
    thanks for sharing happy trading be well

  40. Siyabonga comment display photo
    You are simply the BEST FOREX TRADER ALIVE. Thank you so much for all that you do.

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    Mohd Khairul Nizam bin Rumli
    very good article brođź‘Ťđź‘Ť

  42. Hasli comment display photo
    Hi Dale.... thank you for your tutorial in price action. It's really simple and workable. Hope you can continue to share more of your knowledge to the world of traders. Thank you....thank you...thank you.

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    Martin Davids
    Very impressive. I learned quite a lot. Thanks Dale

  44. Musa comment display photo
    Quite insightful information. Much appreciated brother.

  45. mzwandile comment display photo
    Hi Dale I have no words except to say I am impressed and how can I get a copy of this guide ...I will slowly learn the market. Thanks

  46. satish comment display photo
    how to identify buy sale ZONES using RANKO CHARTS. Are their any rules/ strategy for such zone trading using RANKO charts

  47. Rox comment display photo
    HelloThis is wonderfull, i wish i had seen it nefore i lost my money. thanks for the article

  48. zedi comment display photo
    Very Informative! Super Article! Thanks for sharing and article hv improve my intraday techniq. thankQ

  49. zedi comment display photo
    Very Informative! Superb Article! Thanks for sharing and article hv improve my intraday techniq. thankQ

  50. Rayol comment display photo
    appreciate brother, you give a clear insight into PA trading.

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    Alonso Martinez
    grasias por tan comprendente articulo y no solo eso abre las puertas a un nuevo orisonte que esta lleno de erroneas interpretaciones pero su modo de esplicar hase que sea mas facil de comprender gracias

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    Md Shohrab Hossain
    Very nice post bro..

  53. Qalu comment display photo
    Thank u so much for sharing this helpfull information really the best artical i have ever seen thanks again

  54. jessie comment display photo
    great stuff dale :)

  55. Xolani comment display photo
    This is amazing am so will to start this.. Iwanna learn more, thank you

  56. Pavel Kokavec comment display photo
    Pavel Kokavec
    Thank You Dale, great work. Grettings from Slovakia.

  57. NOBAHLE MANELI comment display photo
    Thank you for the information shared. However, I learn better in pratical than in theory. What can you advise for a person like me?

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    Craig Cassell
    Thanks Dale, I found this whole article very informative and easy to grasp. I am new to your war room and have had 6 months of learning elsewhere, so trying to push that aside to enable me to fully understand and grasp your price action trading. Craig

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    ujjal ray
    just awsome

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    Musa Mwanshuli
    you are very good. I would like to learn more from you

  61. SANJAY SHARMA comment display photo
    Explained with simplicity. Could add more value by adding more charts.Keep up the good work
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