The last day of the course focuses on more strategies such as the “60 Minute High Test”, “Morning Cable Break” and “Snake Up/Down”. We also did a heap of work on Fibonacci. I am not sure yet if I want to use “fib” right now as for me it seems to add noise to the charts but I know a few of the K2A traders use fib.
Rik also pointed out that he and the other K2A professional traders do not sit in front of the screens 8 hours a day trading. In fact most do not place trades every day but they still reach their targets!
The first day of the Knowledge to Action Master Trader course was better than I expected. It was not the official course material which produced the “awesome” but the course trainer’s wealth of information he passed onto us!
Greg Secker of Knowledge to Action appeared on Australia’s Sky Business TV show last week giving some very handy tips about trading in the Forex market. Most of what Greg talks about I learned on the Knowledge to Action Ultimate Forex course in Sydney but the new Forex strategies Greg and his team are creating [...]
Forex trading has shown me in less than 3 months how I really look at things, how I relate to discipline, how relate to others, what drives me, how I act when things don’t go my way, what my tolerance to stress is and how I can handle being within an environment where there are no rules.
One of the most widely anticipated reports on the US economic calendar, the Non Farm Payroll Announcement (NFP) that is due on Friday, is a monthly report that gives a picture of job creation, loss, wages and working hours in the United States, whose dominant international currency is reflected in pricing of all currency pairs.
One of the first tasks you need to do after you have completed the Knowledge to Action Ultimate Forex training course is work on your Forex Trading Plan. This document helps you to define your trading plan so you have a set path to follow when trading in the Forex market.
I for one have been focusing on sorting out my thoughts and my attitude towards trading. You hear and read it everywhere – all the horror stories of people losing their life savings on the share market.