Did you also know that 95% of retail traders lose money? The question is why do so many people lose money in this business? The main answer is because they are being taught the retail way of trading using tools strategies and techniques which do not work. They don’t really understand the market they’re trading – what moves it and why as well as who the big players are. Forex is dominated by the big banks and in order to be successful in this business then you must understand how the banks manipulate the markets for their own gain. Bank manipulation is not a new phenomena but something that has been in the markets for decades. The key is recognizing it so that you don’t get  caught out in the process. We teach you how to spot bank manipulation zones so that you can trade like the big banks and not like the amateurs who get taken for a ride by them! If you want to be part of the 5% who make money then you need to use the tools and strategies that institutional traders use. These are the guys who make money off the ones who don’t. Smart money (institutional traders such as investment banks) and market makers control the Forex market so unless you trade in the same way that they do, then you will find it extremely difficult to make money consistently

Introductory concepts

  • What Forex is and isn’t, who created it and why.
  • Retail Versus Smart Money Trading – identify mistakes that all new traders make – guaranteed you are making at least one of these
  • Understanding the various market participants and their objectives
  • Predictive versus reactive trading – understanding market cause and effect
  • Indicators – an institutional perspective
  • Understanding liquidity and order flow – the backbone to making money in any market
  • Essential trading psychology – how millionaire traders think
  • Correct technical analysis charting and sentiment assessment
  • Price action and the insight into market participation
  • Identifying smart money trader footprints
  • Introduction to market structure – cycles, trends and market conditions
  • The real essential tools of the trade