The problem with learning to trade forex alone is that you can only go so far. When you get confused or lost – you’re alone. Yes, you can submit a ticket to get support, but it often comes from someone who doesn’t know any more than you. At Forex Mentor Pro we work differently. When you choose us, you get access to our experts who have over 50 years of combined trading experience! as well as our proven systems.
You may have heard that maintaining your discipline is a key aspect of trading. While this is true, how can you ensure you enforce that discipline when you are in a trade? One way to help is to have a trading strategy that you can stick to. If it is well-reasoned and back-tested, you can be confident that you are using one of the successful Forex trading strategies. That confidence will make it easier to follow the rules of your strategy—therefore, to maintain your discipline.
These are indicators that help the trader to analyze charts and can be used by itself or as a helping tool in other strategies. Traders can make successful traders just by watching the price changes that are very obvious to them and drawing their horizontal levels. However, a better understanding of the horizontal levels in more complex charts helps them to spot trends that they would have otherwise missed.

When it comes to price patterns, the most important concepts include ones such as support and resistance. Put simply, these terms represent the tendency of a market to bounce back from previous lows and highs. Support is the market's tendency to rise from a previously established low. Resistance is the market's tendency to fall from a previously established high. This occurs because market participants tend to judge subsequent prices against recent highs and lows.
Peter Bain and Lennox Chambers created this system to help confused traders approach the Forex trading differently. They want to make it simpler and more mechanical with less subjective interpretation of the rules. They created Simple 1-2-3 Forex Trader with the goal of making Forex trading more accessible and less tedious. Lennox has been trading the S123 strategy for over a decade and recently applied these techniques to the Forex with spectacular success. Peter is the founder of Forexmentor.com with 20 years of trading experience and has mentored thousands of Forex traders in the past 15 years.
When it comes to price patterns, the most important concepts include ones such as support and resistance. Put simply, these terms represent the tendency of a market to bounce back from previous lows and highs. Support is the market's tendency to rise from a previously established low. Resistance is the market's tendency to fall from a previously established high. This occurs because market participants tend to judge subsequent prices against recent highs and lows.
Arbitrage is based on the premise of the forex trader trying to make a gain from small differences (of the currency) that exist either in the same or different markets. This is primarily a form of speculation. Identifying the right conditions and employing this strategy is not an easy task. Arbitrage strategy best market participants who have best technology systems and have quickest access to information. Arbitrage is best employed when the same currency has two different prices.
Counter-trend strategies rely on the fact that most breakouts do not develop into long-term trends. Therefore, a trader using such a strategy seeks to gain an edge from the tendency of prices to bounce off previously established highs and lows. On paper, counter-trend strategies are the best Forex trading strategies for building confidence, because they have a high success ratio.
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A real mentor will help you understand what is really going on in the Forex or Cryptocurrency markets so you can profit. If your teacher does not help you they are not doing their job. No one can teach you to become a 100% winning trader all of the time, that is not what trading is. That is a fantasy world. What you need is for someone to help you understand how the big players operate and what you need to do to prosper in that environment.


find forex brokers that have offices in reputable countries like in UK, US, Canada, and Australia because the regulatory compliance of these countries are much better than others..that’s why I say that. In the US, a reputable forex broker will be a member of the National Futures Association (NFA) and will be registered with the U.S.Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) as a futures commission merchants and retail foreign exchange dealer. In the UK, forex brokers are regulated under the Financial Conduct Authority(FCA) and in Australia, forex brokers are regulated under the ASIC.
The best forex traders swear by daily charts over more short-term strategies. Compared to the forex 1-hour trading strategy, or even those with lower time-frames, there is less market noise involved with daily charts. Such charts can give you over 100 pips a day due to their longer timeframe, which has the potential to result in some of the best forex trades.
Having been with ForexMentor for many years I have a lot of respect for Shirley Hudson and Vic Noble. Shirley has never made any secret that she likes her job as a realtor and Vic is one of the nicest guys you could know. His mentoring programs and Coaches Corner have helped me and no doubt countless others tremendously over the years. HOWEVER! There is a shadier side to forexmentor and I was so discusted in their tactics recently that I decided to blacklist them from my vendor pool. Some guy called Lennox Chambers (developer of his ‘special’ black box… Read more »
Yes, true, the measured move is a well-known pattern (also called an ABCD pattern). But there are several keys to using that pattern. 1. Where do you get in? Easy to spot after the move has well begun and you certainly don’t want to get in as its completing. 2. How do you know it’s a certified measured move? 3. What confirms the move or the entry itself? 4. What if it only goes 50% of the way and then fails? Is that good enough to take some profit (assuming you got in early enough to have any profit)? What… Read more »
Forex traders evaluate currencies and the countries much like how equities and companies are evaluated to get a clear idea of the currency’s value. The value of a currency changes due to many factors such as economic growth of the nation and its financial strength. All this information is analyzed by the forex traders to evaluate the value of its currency. Fundamental trading strategies cannot be easily mastered by a newbie forex trader. Given below are some trading methods that use fundamental analysis.
The forex market is a very volatile market. When the market is volatile, traders get lessons on how to hedge, develop and acquire broad/diverse portfolios, and act on low leverage to exploit the prevailing market condition. There are two different types of volatility. They are historical and implied volatility. The former refers to the normal price action with respect to a period of time (say, a month or year). Abnormal current and future price action is referred to as implied volatility. It often exceeds the historical range when compared with the historical price action.
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Yes, true, the measured move is a well-known pattern (also called an ABCD pattern). But there are several keys to using that pattern. 1. Where do you get in? Easy to spot after the move has well begun and you certainly don’t want to get in as its completing. 2. How do you know it’s a certified measured move? 3. What confirms the move or the entry itself? 4. What if it only goes 50% of the way and then fails? Is that good enough to take some profit (assuming you got in early enough to have any profit)? What… Read more »

On November 1, 2017, Darko Ali joined Vic Noble as a trading coach and mentor. Darko was a losing trader for many years until he made a fundamental shift in his attitude toward trading. That was in April 2016, and he has been profitable ever since. Darko’s simplistic yet highly effective teaching approach has attracted rave reviews from our CC members, but of particular note are the Pre-Market Analysis (PMA) videos that he provides, in advance, for the CC members every single day – all included in the CC subscription price. This service alone is a resource that is second to none on the internet. But don’t take our word for it. See the testimonials below (and we have many, many more).


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For this strategy, we will use the Exponential Moving Average (EMA) indicator. The previous week's last daily candlestick has to be closed at a level above the EMA value. Now we have to look for the moment when the previous week's maximum level was broken. Next, a buy stop order is placed on the H4 closed candlestick, at the price level of the broken level.
Yes, true, the measured move is a well-known pattern (also called an ABCD pattern). But there are several keys to using that pattern. 1. Where do you get in? Easy to spot after the move has well begun and you certainly don’t want to get in as its completing. 2. How do you know it’s a certified measured move? 3. What confirms the move or the entry itself? 4. What if it only goes 50% of the way and then fails? Is that good enough to take some profit (assuming you got in early enough to have any profit)? What… Read more »

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