Market Structure | Impulse & Corrections 🎡😈
What is Market Structure?
Market structure is a trend-following technique that traders use to read and track how the price moves. Bullish moves, bearish moves, and ranges in between Market structure is also known as price action at times. As a result, we call it market structure since that is how the entire market...
Here is an overview of (to me) why support and resistance don't work (at a successful enough rate).
If you feel like this is the case be honest with yourself. And maybe try something new. please remember the 90 90 90 rule!!!
90% of traders
Lose 90% of their account
In the first 90days
Have a little think as to why?
For the majority of newbie traders that...
Part 1 of this Educational content we looked at Market Structural behavior in reversal of trends. Part 2, we are going to take a look at SMCs.
Important things to know about Wyckoff’s Schematics are.
Always start of plotting Supply and Demand zones on HTF.
Accumulation and Distribution should take place within HTF Supply and Demand zones.
In this example, we will look into the parallel channel formed on AUDUSD.
How Retail View the Breakout:
Price broke and re-tested the breakout trendline
Price should now continue bearish after showing signs of rejection
How Smart Money View the Breakout:
Price broke out of the retail trendline, liquidity has now been formed in their stop loss...
I was back testing OANDA:GBPUSD and decided to share my thought on how I trade SMC rather it was a win, loss, or break even. Im using top down analysis, order blocks, liquidity, institutional order flow etc...
This is a Smart Money Concepts Diagram With Labeled Wyckoff Accumulation And Distribution Schematics.
These are the main smart money trade setups that you will find in your charts, this is how smart money (big banks, funds, composite man, etc.) manipulate markets to engineer liquidity.
Wyckoff methods teach a bigger picture view of the markets and why they are...
Mirroring the previous graphic based on the 'sell side' this graphic provides insight and annotates how institutions view and see the market based on the core concepts of Liquidity utilising
the models around 'Premium vs Discount'
The graphic shows key points where liquidity is manufactured around 'traditional retail methodologies'
If and when you can...
Truly understanding 'why' the market moves through basic concepts of Liquidity
This basic analytical overview is derived from the institutional methodology used at Phantom Trading.
We use this institutional methodology commonly known as 'smart money concepts' in conjunction with additional pieces of confluence to utilise Liquidity around the factualities of the...
In this example, we can see that this is a typical trend continuation move.
1. Bullish impulse leg, followed by a "Consolidation before breakout".
2. For those who trade with SMC = Smart Money Concept, you will identify the breakout zone as an ORDER BLOCK .
3. Prices made a Swing High, followed by a "FALLING WEDGE" pattern, forming liquidity beneath the minor...
Here is an example of Distribution in Wyckoff Schematics.
Here as you can see you could easily trade with the smart money and take huge profits if you just understood how smart money move the market in order to get where they want.
It works on all timeframes in reverses areas, where you believe, based on your analysis that the market is likely to reverse.
Wyckoff theory is a way to understand where the smart money(Institutions & Large banks) want to move the market and when you can enter and add to your profitable entries.
If you understand the way smart money moves the market, then you can profit with them!
It can be used in all timeframes.