The theme for my Trading Strategy Insights series this week is how to use order flow analysis, more specifically the Jigsaw daytradr platform, to gain an extra edge trading futures.
Every week I share one trading strategy insight, taking a real and recent market example and breaking it down into smaller chunks, so you can understand the logic behind my strategy and trade management.
This week’s strategy insight focuses on how to read a pull back and also a market fade using order flow.
For this example, I traded the Gold futures market because it’s a thin market, which is a little harder to read with order flow, and you can use the same ideas in other popular fast markets, such as Crude Oil and Nasdaq futures. So, let’s go to our trade explanation.
This video was part of a recent live session on order flow analysis in the Strategy and Performance Workshop.
Go here for more information about our next Strategy and Performance Workshop, in which participants go through a complete strategy development process, step by step, from testing and validating a strategy to working on their trade execution, and then working on their trader’s mindset.
I’m a strong believer that mixing different techniques, such as fundamentals, price action, and order flow is a key to success in trading. And this is one of the skills we help traders develop at the Mind Muscles Academy.
The initial group filled really quickly, and we keep getting requests from traders to join the program. You can get notified when we open the next workshop by filling in the form below:
I encourage you to request notification, so you have priority when the next workshop opens.
1. Trading Strategy Insights 1: E-mini S&P Futures Trade on August 22, 2019 (44 Ticks Profit).
2. Trading Strategy Insights 2: Using the same technique for 2 very profitable trades in Crude Oil and E-mini S&P 500.
3. Trading Strategy Insights 3: Using fundamental analysis to gain an extra edge for trading futures – Crude Oil Futures Trade on September 6, 2019 (91 Ticks Profit)
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