This is a traditional system of working in trading and it really remains relevant today. But in order to understand or even better say to feel it well, you need a certain amount of time to practice so that you can identify all the regularities...
A trader should have skills to trade in both range market and trend market. We never know how long a market will be in range. We nned to be skilled so that we can trade all types of market. But in both types of market support and resistance is important.
Michihito posted: A trader should have skills to trade in both range market and trend market. We never know how long a market will be in range. We need to be skilled so that we can trade all types of market. But in both types of market support and resistance is important.
Yes you are right. We need skills to trade in both types of market. Being good in certain types of market will not give us constant profit. Support and resistance is very important for any type of market. We just need to know how to use them effectively.
The Forex market depends on supply and demand. The range is created when a trend tries to change. The support and resistance of Range Trading are very important. It is possible to trade with confidence in the range. Since the market is volatile, the stop loss has to be a little higher. However, many precautions have to be taken when the market is in range.
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