One Day One Topic: ORDER FLOW - Trade What is Real, Not What You Feel


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Summary

During this session, Sam will share some strategy logic and rules for trading using price and price alone. The key is quantifying the markets real supply and demand equation and focusing on price levels where supply and demand is out of balance. This allows you to predict market turns and market moves in advance with a very high degree of accuracy. Sam Seiden developed the Patented Supply and Demand strategy more than 20 years ago during his time on the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. He started his career focused on the FX market and began on the financial institution side of the business which helped him understand how markets really work and how money is really made and lost in markets. Join Sam as he shares his strategy rules which help you trade the FX market like a bank. This session will focus on an interactive lesson and live strategy application.

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