This is a Forex Video Tutorial on “Set And Forget Price Action Forex Trading Strategies” This Video Explains How To Trade Set and Forget Forex Strategies So you Can Place a Trade, Walk Away From The Computer Screen and Still Have a Life and A Job…The idea behind this style of trading is that the trade will either be stopped out or make a profit. Enjoy!
Video Synopsis – Set & Forget Price Action Forex Trading Strategies
In this video we are discussing the “set and forget” forex trading auto strategy. This means you let the market do its thing; walk away, set your orders and then forget the trade. This is a very simple trading strategy; we use price action signals to alert us to the trading opportunities, we then place a limit or market order to enter, place a stop loss, than place a conditional order to cancel the stop loss if the profit target is hit.
In this video we are looking at a GBPJPY daily candlestick chart and a price action reversal setup off the 147.00 level that alerted us to the trading opportunity in this market. I placed a sell on limit at 146.00, a stop loss just above 147.20, so say a 130 pip stop loss. The set and forget strategy places a conditional order to take profit at a minimum of 2 times risk, so a 260 pip profit target in the case of this setup.
If you sit there and watch the market and watch your charts you will invariably experience an emotional drama and are very likely to end up “meddling” in your trade and thus screwing them up.
This idea of walking away from the market and letting it do its own thing can be one of the best things you can do to improve the bottom line of your trading account. Removing yourself from the market and from looking at your trades is one of the best ways to eliminate emotion from your trading. Use my set and forget price action forex trading strategy to improve your forex trading.
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