Predicting and Trading the News: Using simple technical analysis for placing a trade, often before the news is released.

· Steve Norman
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About this ebook

Trading does not need to be complicated. 

This book intends to show the reader how a relatively simple approach to reading price action at key levels can be used for trading the news, as well as non-news trading, with some remarkable profits in very quick time. There are plenty of chart examples, showing real trades as well as theoretical ones; even some where the trades didn’t work out.

You can trade almost any instrument that’s likely to be moved by a scheduled news event; be it forex, indices, crypto or commodities. Timing is key: when you can enter a trade before the news is released, from seconds before to hours before, your risk to reward will often be multiplied many times over, compared to waiting for the data to be published. When you can’t enter before the stats are known, or price does the opposite to expectations, there are ways to get in on the dominant move to reap the rewards.

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About the author

Steve is a full-time trader and coach/mentor. He’s honed his technical analysis skills, over more than twenty years, to such an extent that he can spot very low pip/point risk entries to maximise the risk:reward. Steve has written trading tools, for MetaTrader 4 and 5, and developed a free trading course, for owners of his two main products: eWavesHarmonics and the Advanced Trade Manager. Whilst this book frequently refers to Steve’s trading tools, there is no requirement for readers to get those tools; the technical analysis can be done with most popular charting packages. For more info:

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