eBook: THINK LIKE A WHALE TRADE AS A SHARK

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Combining Fundamentals, Technical Analysis, and Market Sentiment to Trade Forex, Equities, and Cryptocurrencies

There are three important conditions to trade successfully in any financial market: a strong fundamental landscape, a nice market structure, and an accurately-measured trading range. If fundamentals agree, and the market structure has proven itself, knowing the trading range is the only thing you need. This book contains a wide variety of technical analysis methods and techniques in order to help investors recognize market structure in early stages, identify support and resistance, and accurately measure the trading range.

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The Contents

This book contains all the essential information you need to trade equities, Foreign Exchange, and cryptocurrencies.

Chapter 1 begins with the basics of fundamental analysis when trading equities, Forex currencies, and cryptocurrencies.

In Chapters, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, you will find various technical analysis methods with many examples and charts. Trading charts can be read significantly easier than raw data. Reading charts is useful not only for identifying key trends but also for recognizing major support and resistance levels. Furthermore, you will learn how to use moving averages, RSI, the Fibonacci Numbers, the Fibonacci Retracement, and the definition of the long-term trend in any financial market.

In Chapter 7, you will learn about the role of market volatility and its importance for managing risk and achieving portfolio diversification. How to use the Bollinger Bands and ATR when trading indices, and Beta when trading individual stocks.

You will be able to find seasonal patterns for Dow Jones Industrial, three popular currency pairs (EURUSD, GBPUSD, and USDJPY), and two key cryptocurrency pairs (Bitcoin and Ethereum against the US dollar).In Chapter 8, you will find information about seasonality statistics and seasonal patterns. You will be able to find seasonal patterns for Dow Jones Industrial, three popular currency pairs (EURUSD, GBPUSD, and USDJPY), and two key cryptocurrency pairs (Bitcoin and Ethereum against the US dollar).

In Chapter 9, you will learn about market sentiment. You will learn also about the Fear & Greed index, the Overnight Repo Rate, the Perpetual Contracts, and how to use the Commitment of Traders (COT) report.

In Chapter 10, you will learn about money management, market correlations, cross-market connections, position-sizing, the 2% rule, the Reward/Risk Ratio, the Win Ratio, and why you should always trade small account sizes.

By combining the information and tools presented in this book you have the opportunity to better understand the mechanics of the global financial markets and significantly increase your odds of winning in the long-run.

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George M. Protonotarios, Financial Analyst

www.TradingCenter.org

 

Foreign Exchange Cyclicity & The Role of Central Banks

Foreign Exchange CyclicityRecognizing the macroeconomic cycle and decoding the intentions of central banks are the two key elements of the long-term success of any Forex investor.

 

Identifying Two (2) Major Types of Forex Currency Cycles

 

It is important for any Forex investor to take advantage of the cyclical nature of the Foreign Exchange market. There are two main types of cycles in the Foreign Exchange market:

(i) Long-Term Macro Cycles

In the long-run, Forex currencies tend to coordinate with the general macroeconomic environment and follow the interest rate cycle. The monetary goals of Central Banks play a massive role in the macro-cycles of exchange rates.

(ii) Speculative Cycles & Contrarian Trading

In the short-term, Forex currencies tend to follow speculative cycles. These cycles are coordinated by large institutional players that carefully open speculative positions in the derivatives market. These positions create trends, and trends create price breakouts. When price breakouts occur, the market sentiment changes and retail traders join the party by opening late positions. As retail traders enter the market, institutional players close their positions and the trend immediately reverses. This is why being contrarian to the general market sentiment really matters when trading Forex in small timeframes.