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Supply And Demand Trading - How The Institutions Have Always Traded
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Free yourself from having a Retail Trading Frame of Mind and Learn to Trade Like the Institutions.
What supply and demand zones? And why they are key to success?
Good question so let’s have a look at why I say that it’s the only way to really make money from trading on a consistent basis, you may find me slightly biased but after 20+ years, I know what works and what doesn’t.
I have worked for some of the biggest investment banks in the world and spent 16 years in the City of London, working on many trading floors and trading in Non Ferrous Metals, Precious Metals and Spot Forex, so my aim is to bring to you real life experience and knowledge gained from many years of trading at the highest level in the futures, options and spot Forex markets.
My goal is to help you to understand how the banks trade so that you can incorporate the same methods and view the markets through a professional pair of eyes, enabling you to see how the market moves from areas of Supply and Demand and to take advantage of this when conducting your own trading.
Having worked with many students, I have been very aware that most of the time they expect me to show them complicated charts, chart patterns and use various indicators, in short NO!
The problem lies with what is typically available to the retail trader in the market. Should you pick up the average book, watch videos and visit seminars and webinars about trading and technical analysis, 95% of them will have those indicators, multiple time frames and complicated chart patterns at the core of their trading strategies, so that’s what people are used to! So it can sometimes be difficult for traders to realise what they have been taught is actually detrimental to them.
When I show people that really in reality when trading at institutional level all it takes is nothing more than a simple candlestick chart and have the ability to be able to recognize a trading opportunity in the markets, one of two things normally happen, either they comment that it cannot be that simple or they start to question why do nearly all training providers bang on about the same things, i.e. indicators and multiple time frames, and if I am honest, I cannot answer that question, the reason being is that I cannot fathom why people are taught that way to trade, as it is not how trading is conducted in the real world. If the banks and institutions don’t teach their traders to trade using those methods, then why on earth are retail traders taught to trade that way? The only conclusion that I can come to is that people who don’t really know what they are doing, try to take something that is beautiful and simple and turn it into something that is complex and not easy to understand to make themselves look smart and to sell multiple trading courses, this is just my opinion of course but I am sure we have all encountered this at some point in our lives.
So if the Institutions don’t use these methods to trade with, what do they use?
SUPPLY AND DEMAND LEVELS!!!
The oldest law of commerce applies to any market in the world, this fundamental core principal should be right at the forefront of your mind when trading.
Demand in a market comes when a currency, commodity or stock is deemed to be cheap and is therefore bought in anticipation of a rise in price at some point in the future at which point the instrument that you are holding allows you to sell for a profit.
Supply in a market comes when a currency, commodity or stock is deemed to be expensive and is therefore sold in anticipation of a fall in price at some point in the future at which point the instrument that you are short of allows you to buy back at a profit.
These trading levels have already been established by the banks over many years and they are respected time and time again, once you have the levels mapped out for you, and have been taught how to spot and plot them, you will see how the smart money flows from supply to demand and vice versa and then follow this smart money into the same trades at the same time.
Many people get caught up trying to find the holy grail of trading, by using multiple indicators that they think will predict future price movement, without understanding that the price has to move first in order for the indicator to move, and by the time that happens the price of the instrument being traded has already moved, leaving traders to get in at the wrong price and inducing them to use large stop loss orders which leaves them open to far bigger losses than should be acceptable by anyone.
A simple fact of trading is that we are not always going to get every trade correct nor will the market react in the way we predict every single time, this is a fact of trading that should be accepted right from the start however when trading from major levels of supply and demand we can predict with high probability how the markets will react, by using small stop loss orders to protect our losses, the downside is limited and the risk to reward ratio can be phenomenal, even at times up to 1:10.
Naked charts with no Indicators.
By layering many indicators on to charts you cloud your judgement by having information overload, when this happens your focus and attention is distracted away from the one key element that will give the information that is sought, the PRICE.
Price is the key aspect that you should focus on when trading, what happened when we last reached a Supply or Demand level? Understanding that will give you a high probability entry point based upon pure reaction to this level from the banks the last time the price was reached. This is where we use underlying institutional orders to our advantage, knowing that they will already be in place at particular price levels means that you will be taking the same trades as the institutions and letting them move the markets for you, rather than trying to second guess where the banks will be trading.
This can be clearly demonstrated on a naked chart with nothing more than a simple horizontal line YES just a simple horizontal line….., once I have shown you how to identify these levels across an array of currencies, you can use the same methods for all markets as the principles are the same, what is learnt is transferable across any particular asset that you wish to trade, thus making learning the art of Supply and Demand trading the single most effective way to trade.
Once training has commenced what should be hugely obvious is that when you start to incorporate Supply and Demand onto a price chart, is that you can actually see when major activities of buying and selling by the institutions have taken place. By understanding how to look at charts in the right fashion you can also understand what this means for upcoming trades as well, allowing you to plan your trades, days, weeks and months in advance, thus giving you the freedom to focus on making the right trades at the right levels of price. Would it not make sense to buy in an area where demand has shown itself to be greater than supply? Would it also not make sense to be selling at an area where supply has shown itself to be greater than demand?
At the end of the day why fight against what is the most basic principle of trading, that has been in place since time began, it would be crazy to do this, yet it’s such a shame that 99% of retail traders don’t even have this principle explained to them by the training companies that they select to tutor them, and as so many retail traders don’t know the right questions to ask, they don’t get the right answers which means that many tutors just tap into people’s desire to get rich quick rather than actually really helping them to trade correctly, which in itself is a great shame.
My course will arm you with the right tools and level of understanding the market to truly trade to a professional standard. I only offer one trading course as I believe in teaching people how to do things correctly from day one rather than offering course after course.
All students have direct one to one training with me as I do not believe in teaching in classrooms as trading is not a one sizes fits all occupation and that working one on one with people is the best way for my students to learn.