Nial Fuller is a highly regarded trader, author & coach with over 14 years experience trading Forex, Futures, Equities and CFD’s. After starting this blog in 2008, his readership has grown to over 250,000 traders.
He is considered by many as ‘The Authority’ on price action trading.
Here you will find a detailed library of Nial’s trading education videos, articles and trading strategies tutorials designed to help you understand the power and simplicity of his proprietary price action trading strategies – the exact same methods Nial and his 16,000 + members use to trade the market every day.
Nial’s success as a trader & coach can be attributed to his unique keep it simple trading philosophy. You certainly won’t hear the same tired, played-out advice here. If you are an aspiring forex trader looking for a genuine forex trading education, this blog is for you !
In today’s lesson, I’m going to share with you the three ideas that completely transformed my trading career, allowing me to move beyond the boom and bust cycle and keep my equity curve moving upwards. By the time you get to the end, I’m confident you’...Continue Reading
Trading is easy, but people make it hard. I know this because, just like you are probably doing, I used to make trading very hard on myself. When I first started trading about 15 years ago, it felt like I was constantly on the wrong side of the market. As soon...Continue Reading
There’s an old saying that goes something like “Success happens when opportunity meets preparation”. Hopefully, by the end of today’s lesson, you will understand just how applicable that saying is to trading success and why it’s so important to be...Continue Reading
The typical day in the life of a pro trader is probably very different from yours. From what they think about to what they do, there’s a lot you can learn from the daily habits of a professional. The novice trader is racing to look at the charts, desperate t...Continue Reading
However, what a lot of people need to know is not just good trading offense, but good defense as well. Good defense is much more important for a trader than good offense. I’ve also written about this topic of defense in trading, but not as much as the 'offen...Continue Reading
The most frustrating part of trading is losing money when you know you didn’t have to. It's not the normal statistical loss that hurts, it's the ones you could have totally prevented; entirely your fault. These are the losses that are the result of trading m...Continue Reading
I am never out there ‘hunting’ for trades. The reason why is simple, it’s because the trades that are worth risking money on, and that have the best chance of bringing you a big return, are typically so damn obvious, that there's no way I will miss them....Continue Reading
Have you ever noticed that after a solid winning trade you often lose money on the next one? Well, it may be something you can prevent, at least sometimes. You see, after a winner, there is emotion that can cause traders to want to jump back into the market wi...Continue Reading
It doesn’t matter how much money you have, it doesn’t matter how good of a technical analyst you are, and it doesn’t matter how much you ‘think’ you know about trading, if you don’t have the right mindset, you will never make money in the market....Continue Reading
One of the most common questions that I receive on the email support line from beginning traders is “How long does it take to become a profitable trader?” Whilst this is a very normal and obvious question to ask at the beginning stages of your trading care...Continue Reading
After completing our courses and tutorials on this blog, most traders have no problem reading the charts, and they can typically find good trades quite easily. However, there seems to be a big gap between being able to find good trades and being able to pull t...Continue Reading
Have you ever been so convinced that a market was about to breakout to a new high or low that you truly felt like it was a ‘sure bet’, only to then see price briefly breakout and then rocket back in the opposite direction? Whilst you cannot predict the mar...Continue Reading
Whilst it has been many years since I was a beginning trader, I remember very clearly how it felt. You can easily feel overwhelmed and confused, even lost. Today’s lesson will hopefully give you some guidance by helping you to see what I do when I am plannin...Continue Reading
How Price Action Trading Changed My Life and How it Can Change Yours Too
Today, I wanted to get a little more personal with you. I want to share my story with you, the story of how I went from a struggling young trader, to living the life I always dreamed o...Continue Reading
I’ve written a few articles on the topic of money management and the main idea I try to convey is that it’s arbitrary for someone to trade a percentage of their account. There are many factors affecting how any one trader should manage his or her money in ...Continue Reading
The 3 M’s of trading: Mind, Money and Method, maybe you have heard of them, maybe not. Either way, in today’s lesson you are going to learn what they mean and why successful trading requires them....Continue Reading
You've got to determine if you're a dependent or independent trader by understanding the difference between the two. If you think you are a dependent trader and you've been losing money in the markets, it may be time to switch sides......Continue Reading
How many times have you seen a signal or potential trade setup in the market and for whatever reason you didn’t take it, only to wake up the next morning and see the market has taken off without you on board? This has happened to all of us at some point, and...Continue Reading
In today’s lesson, I am going to provide you with a checklist of sorts, that all traders need if they want to be properly prepared as they head into the market’s battlefield. Make no mistake about it, you are going into ‘combat’ each day when you look ...Continue Reading
Trading is quite different from other businesses, but it is still a business and you need to run it like one and think of it as one. Most traders start out on the wrong path right out of the gate by treating their trading like a trip to the casino rather than ...Continue Reading
If you’re struggling with price action analysis, you should know that you're not alone and you shouldn’t get too concerned just yet. Most traders struggle with price action for a handful of pretty common reasons, and today’s article is going to discuss t...Continue Reading
A trader may do well for a year, the strategy rocks, then they go through a period where they are not as profitable. They are using the exact same strategy but it falls to pieces the next year, why? This article will help you avoid this trap by explaining why ...Continue Reading
This article is a resource for all traders to refer to regularly on their trading journey when they need a ‘pep talk’ or to simply be reminded of the proper way to think about and trade the markets. You will notice that I have grouped together various quot...Continue Reading
The market can indeed be beaten. I know because I have beat it many, many times, including in a recent trading competition I won, which you can read about here. The point of today’s lesson is not to convince you that the market can be beaten, because if you ...Continue Reading
If you are currently stuck in a trading ‘rut’ and aren’t sure how to pull yourself out, today’s lesson is meant for you. As a beginning trader, you are bound to slip into a bad patch where you start developing some bad trading habits and find yourself ...Continue Reading
Technical analysis is the study of the price movement or price action of a market over time. Traders make use of price charts and various technical indicators that come with those charts to perform their technical analysis....Continue Reading
One of the most important things we have to do as price action traders, is determine whether a market is trending or not. The answer to this will determine which approach you take to a particular market, so it’s critical that you understand how to properly d...Continue Reading
The reason why it can seem so hard to make money as a trader, is best summed up by the following paradoxical statement by Ray Dalio in the book Hedge Fund Market Wizards (Ray is the founder of Bridgewater, the world’s largest hedge fund):
"In trading, you...Continue Reading
Learning from our trading mistakes and actually making permanent changes from what we’ve learned, is the key to making consistent money in the markets. If you don't learn from your mistakes, you are going to be like a hamster that is continuously running on ...Continue Reading
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