Supply & Demand Course On Udemy

Learn to trade the markets using tried and trusted principles of supply and demand, order flow and price action.
No waffle, no BS. Just 3 hours of clear, concise video explaining EXACTLY how it should be done.
Course notes, exercises and my "14 Key Setups" template. Lifetime access to the course on Udemy.com.

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GOLD before...

...GOLD after.

Gold 1 hour supply zone in confluence with another concept I teach. This level was  tweeted in advance on May 17th 2017.

Like clockwork, gold reverses off the zone until finding support at 1246. Sign up and find out why the market stopped there!

USD/CAD before...

...USD/CAD after.

I tweeted this daily supply zone of the USD/CAD on 3rd May 2017. The market had been in a channel for 12 months. Note the confluence of the Fibonacci and channel top.

It’s mid June 2017 and the USD/CAD has reached the bottom of the channel. If you were waiting for the purple line, you would have missed the trade, but students of my strategy found plenty of opportunities on the lower timeframes to participate in the move.

EUR/USD before...

...EUR/USD after.

EURUSD 15 minute demand zones in line with the current bias from higher timeframe demand. This chart was tweeted “before the fact” on Oct 31st 2016 at 08:48 a.m.

EURUSD chart showing the first zone failed for a small loss. The second zone netted over 90 pips profit into higher timeframe supply.

GOLD before...

... GOLD after.

“4 hour Gold sneaky bear trap, further upside expected” tweeted on 18th October 2016.

Gold plays out to the exact tip of my arrow in the previous chart (which happens to be a flip zone). A further push up spiked the upper trendline.

EUR/JPY before...

... EUR/JPY after.

On October 17th 2016, I tweeted that EURJPY was in a sideways range with stoploss levels and supply and demand zones either side. I expected stops to be breached and a bounce off 1 hour supply or demand back into the range.

During the following two days, EURJPY played out exactly as I tweeted, culminating with a spike up into the range during the ECB press conference.

GBP/USD before...

... GBP/USD after.

On October 14th 2016, I tweeted “Cable has built up a wall of untouched stops. Expect an explosive move to the upside at some point”. Besides the technical viewpoint, my underlying fundamental reasons were that the courts would disallow a Brexit and some of the move down would be unwound.

3 weeks later, every red stoploss line had been taken out, as predicted. The chart shown is a higher timeframe chart, but the red trendline is still visible to the left.

The final stoploss line was taken out on the 3rd November when the UK High Court ruled that the government does not have the power to trigger Article 50, which would begin the Brexit process.

DOW 30 before...

... DOW 30 after.

Here’s a more recent example… On March 14th 2017, I tweeted a Dow 30 chart that regular course members will recognise as a textbook setup.

The setup played out perfectly and hit it’s target during the FOMC news event.

EUR/USD before...

... EUR/USD after.

On the 13th March 2017, I tweeted three good demand zones to buy the EUR/USD.

Although not disclosed to non-members, there were additional reasons why the middle zone had a higher probability of working (which I teach in the course).

The first zone gave a small bounce and failed. When the market lingered at this zone, it gave tell-tale signs that it may fail, which again you will learn in the course!

The second zone played out nicely and gave rise to a 120 pip move during the FOMC rate news.

With the required 14 pip stoploss, your return on this trade would have been 8.5 times your risk!