Continuing the series on Price Action, David focuses our attention on several cases where this trading approach can be used to determine entry points in trending markets. He covers both uptrending and downtrending scenarios on real charts and demonstrates the pitfalls that are always lurking around when it comes to timing your entry.

It’s not an ideal process and we get to see both a winning trade and one that gets its Stop Loss hit. But David talks us through the exact reasons why that happens and gives some tips on how to avoid them. It seems Price Action and patience seem to work well together.

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