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The best forex trading strategy ever. Contact: [email protected] Strategy Store: https://fractal-flow.dpdcart.com/ Forex traders are always looking for the best forex trading strategy to obtain the maximum amount of consecutive winning trades. It can be difficult to find a forex strategy that actually works due the huge amount of misinformation about trading indicators, trading theories and trading methodologies. To find the best forex trading strategy, a trader needs to be aware of a few different concepts like technical analysis, risk management and forex trading psychology. Beyond that, the best forex trading strategy has its foundations in the good trading principles, rules and guidelines that make sure the trader will be able to follow the strategy and apply it correctly when the time comes. One big mistake that forex traders make is failing to search for high quality education on how to trade effectively, which can only be done with some sort of professional guidance. Fractal Flow develops the most profitable forex trading strategies available on the market using high quality technical analysis tools, solid risk management knowledge and practical forex trading psychology. Our forex strategies are based on a deep understanding of forex price action reading, deep understanding about technical indicators and the behavioral economics theories that touch the heart of forex trading psychology and shed some light in some of the most profound problems that traders need to face daily. Our forex strategies can be used for anyone who is willing to learn how to trade forex in the correct way even if you’re a beginner forex trader. Often, novice traders look for the forex trading holy grail which is an elusive idea. The closest that traders can get to the forex trading holy grail is the knowledge about the markets and the various ways in which it behaves. Trading with high performance is dangerous but it is certainly possible if a delicate calibration of market knowledge, a good trading strategy and discipline is achieved. If you want to learn how to trade forex correctly, you’ll be far ahead of most traders in the forex markets because, unfortunately, most trader start their trading careers using incomplete information or lopsided forex trading strategies. In this video you’ll find the results of a successful trading day using the Fractal Flow Strategy in four different currency pairs.
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Lenovo Phone (2 months ago)
Have you replaced the PDF course with video course? Possible to buy both? If so what would be the charges.
Yes, the FFS is now a video course. If you buy the video course I'll send you the pdf as well free of charge. Just let me know.
Vincent Khoo (2 months ago)
Can i get the vid directly after purchase
Yes sir. Immediatelly after.
Norman Leow (3 months ago)
Great analysis! Love your structured approach.
FX Game (3 months ago)
You say at some point that institutional traders would take measures to distract retail traders (fake the price direction). Why should they take measures to do so?! REtail Traders make maybe about max. 10% of the whole Forex markets; now why should a big inst. Trader/Fonds give its energy to it to distract small Retail Traders?!
Ryan Beseke (14 hours ago)
There are 10% of 3-5 trillion reasons daily to do so.
Well, it's pretty obvious why they would do it. If they can distract retail traders by manipulating price in key areas, they can make a huge wave of retail traders trade in their favor. They sort of need to do that if they want to work with huge market positions like they do in Sovereign Wealth Funds for example. I don't know where you got this number that only 10% of the market are retail traders, but over the last ten years, the amount of retail traders in the market has increased susbtantially. This is pone of the reasons we have so much adveetising for people to open a trading account. It's just more liquidity for the big traders. Beyond that, large traders can try to manipulate other large traders that are smaller. For example, a Sovereign Wealth Fund manager can manipulate several smaller funds. By the way, it's not really faking price action. Price action is real all the time. They just tilt the market in certain areas that have huge clusters of stop orders. This sounds illegal, but it's not. These types of manipulations are performed through the legitimate supply and demand mechanism of the market. The problem is that there are traders large enough to distort this mechanism in their favor.
ForgottenKnight1 (3 months ago)
Do you sell the book in hard cover form too ?
No, it's only an encrypted pdf file. Soon it will be a video course.
ForgottenKnight1 (3 months ago)
Taken a sample of lets say 100-200 of such situations, how much does this strategy fail ? Does it prefer certain currency behavior, like a specific type of trend ? Does it work for other period than hourly ( intra day trading ) ? What is the most frequent RRR ? Do you use some other indicators beside demand/supply and exhaustion/rejection ? Hybrid momentum asymmetry ? I would also like if you could provide some references on some documentation ( in the case you wrote some ). It would be interesting to see this compiled into an automatic system and leave it run nonstop on all pairs for like, let's say 1-2 months and see what happens.
The most frequent RRR vary between 1:3 and 1:5 for mathematical and statistical reasons that have nothing to do with the strategy. That naturally produces a lower win rate. However, if you understand the advantages of good RRR you probably know that you can make money being wrong most of the time ( I have a video on the channel talking about that). The Fractal Flow Strategy is not really aimed to a specific market scenario. It just deals with major and minor reversal points in the market. It can work well on trends and on ranging markets, although the dynamics of the strategy vary slightly in these situations. Hybrid momentum asymmetry is what you get when you layer simple reversal/continuation divergence with the idea of fractal analysis, which can be done with any momentum indicator with a fast setting. I have a lot of experience with automated trading systems as well, including AI techniques like neural networks and genetic programming. The Fractal Flow Strategy, like any other reliable strategy, cannot be automated because it requires subjective judgements about certain angles of the market, which is precisely what automated trading systems cannot do. Even AI with its power to find nonlinear correlations in data is not capable of that, so simple rule-based systems certainly cannot do it as well. The documentation I have is the book I wrote that is available for purchase. I'm working on a video course that will have a lot more information than the book, more examples and so on. I'm happy to talk about any of this in any way you wish Thanks
ForgottenKnight1 (3 months ago)
Correction : Got my glasses and saw the M5 above. This is a 5 minute timeframe.
IVAN CUEVAS (4 months ago)
Where did you learn to trade like this?
Many years studying different techniques, theories and having different mentors. Not really a straight line exactly.
Keystone Ski Guy (4 months ago)
Amazing show!
Raúl Marmitajo (5 months ago)
This was great, thanks, I have been researching "forex account size" for a while now, and I think this has helped. Have you heard people talk about - Manylan Ranackenzie Breakthrough - (should be on google have a look ) ? Ive heard some unbelievable things about it and my mate got excellent results with it.
Glad you enjoyed it. What exactly are you looking for?

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