- ^EUR276.8069+0.0000 - +0.0000%
- USD+6.8592 - +8.1164%
- ^GBP148.74+0.24 - +0.16%
- ^NZD132.17+0.62 - +0.47%
- ^FTSE6855.02-40.31 - -0.58%
I personally use Trade Rush. I find that Trade Rush flows really well, it’s well laid out and I get paid very quickly from them. This is the site where I trade every day which allows my capital to grow by the method explained in the video above.
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The trading strategy that I used is known as “Graphic Trend Analysis” this is where you study a real time meta graph that is linked to the global stock exchange, and you look for a prominent Upward or Downward trend.
Once you’ve established that an asset has an upward or downward trend, you then follow that trend by purchasing a set amount of that asset.
The theory behind this method is that when an asset is falling, it is likely to continue to follow that direction until there is a Changeable trend. Once a trend becomes changeable in the majority of instances it is simply the point in which it changes direction to an Upward trend.
All this method teaches you is how to use this information to create a profit. You want make a profit 100% of the time, but by following popular trends and knowing which trends you should follow, you can regularly win trades far more often than you lose them. This is how all professional traders follow the markets.
Being able to recognize a pattern on a chart is particularly simple, but you need to know what to look for. Below you will see 3 images of what’s known as an “M5 Candlestick Chart” Each green and red block is known as a candle and each one is set to represent the last 5 minutes of trading.
By now, you should be getting a clearer idea of how this strategy works, and the logic behind it.
Below on the left of the screen is a screen grab of the USD/JPY and it shows a clear “upward trend” when applying this strategy this would mean that you would place a trade on the USD/JPY to go up.
Below in the middle shows the GBP/USD as having a “changable trend”. This gives you no indication as to which way this trade may go, so do not place a trade on this currency at this time.
However below on the right of the screen shows the EUR/GBP as having a “downward trend”. This would mean that you can make a trade for the EUR/GBP to go down.
You can access the real-time metagraphs by clicking HERE
As you might expect, it is impossible to win all the trades you start, even if you follow the method to the letter. Don’t panic though, it is quite normal to lose some of the positions that you open, no trader in the world can boast of making a profit on all of their trades.
However, the strategy of “trend following” will enable you to make more winning than losing trades, which ultimately leads to overall profits.
However, as the financial market can occasionally have bad days you can avoid making several losing trades in a row, by following one simple rule of investment.
Each position you open should not represent more than 5% of your capital
- if you have $200 in your account, each open position must be a maximum of $10
- if you have $500 in your account, each open position must be a maximum of $25
- if you have $2000 in your account, each open position must be a maximum of $100
- if you have $5000 in your account, each open position must be a maximum of $250
To open a trade, all you need to do is select the asset (i.e. EUR/USD) choose UP or DOWN and then choose an amount you wish to invest.
The image below shows how to to choose a PUT (down) trade for $200 on the EUR/USD. Please refer to the video on the top of this page to show a series of trades being opened.
How do I get started?
With Trade Rush, you can deposit a minimum of $200. That said, I strongly advise you to deposit $500 or more because to profit under the 5% rule which greatly reduces your risk of loss (see above).
|Are you sure that I can withdraw my profits?Absolutely!I make withdrawals every 2 weeks and it is extremely simple. Just go into “cash” and “withdrawal”, then choose the amount to be withdrawn and validate.Your money will be sent by bank transfer, and remember that the Chat support is available 18 hours a day Monday through Friday to answer your questions if necessary.|