1. There is no manipulation, but smart money a.k.a big banks is selling when retail traders are buying and vice versa. Because banks have larger equity and can easily impact the market thats why retail traders always got wipeout.

  2. I don't understand exactly how the banks cause the price to "snap back". What is actually going on when that happens? Also, the underlying assumption that 5 banks are moving the market is that the banks trade as a monolithic force. Do they all trade the same way all the time? Do they trade in concert with each other? Thanks

  3. During an uptrend, these impulsive waves push prices higher in a relatively short period.If you want to learn one of the most powerful price action trading method, i highly recommend you purchase your copy of The Blended model strategy right now while it is still available.the method is simple, easy, and very profitable.

  4. As a day trader of 10+ years I rarely see trading videos that are based on reality rather than hype. This video is reality in a nice little nutshell for all you squirrels to crack! Keep up the good work guys & keep it real.

  5. How much size do you think an individual trader can do before he gets noticed…. lets say the individual knows what he's doing and has a great entry. I scale into 20 lots on my best setups and about 15 lots on other setups. Being a skeptic I can't help but think…. will they put it past me no matter how good my entry is (due to the size I do… will they see me and decide to take it further anyway?). Im basically concerned that its a losing battle for a private trader who wants to do size… because at the end of the day they got the proprietary tech that literally shows everyones positions. I havent noticed anything consistently that i can say makes me think this…. but just wondering what your opinion on this is. I personally believe in all markets…. the market ain't as big as one likes to think.

  6. The problem I have with this is it doesn't always reverse after the big news move. Sometimes it'll keep going in the same direction , or just stay in the same area after the move. I think some of the reverse is retail traders taking profits as well.

  7. The market will do what the market will do — one can only make educated guesses based on trend indicators. Even with 50% wrong entry decisions, one can still make good money consistently. Keep the exposure small so you can withstand adverse market moves — and never be forced to cut your position in a loss. I call this the 'Slow' method to riches.

  8. When he says that only 5 banks control 58% of the market, he probably means that these banks are the biggest market makers. Wonder why is it so bad? — Without these banks, there will probably be no market.

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