Lesson 1 – Structure
Market structure is very important. It is the behaviour, condition and current flow of the market. Highlighting swing highs and swing lows.
Lesson 2 – Order Blocks
The accumulation of orders from financial institutions and central banks. Used as special Supply & Demand zones.
Lesson 3 – Inducement
Inducement is a TRAP before an area of Supply or Demand. Luring impatient buyers/sellers into the market early, creating liquidity.
Lesson 4 – Breaker Candles
A reversal pattern formed when the market fails to make a Higher High / Lower Low.
Lesson 5 – Premium/Discount
When the exchange rate is higher than the spot exchange rate. Never should you BUY above 50% of a range nor SELL below 50% of a range.
Lesson 6 – Fair Value Gap (FVG)
It occurs when a candle fails to interlock another candle thereby causing an imbalance or insufficient pricing.
Lesson 7 – Supply/Demand
Located levels of buyers / sellers.
Lesson 8 – QML
Known as a reversal pattern after a significant move in the market. Price tends to retrace back to fill this void.
Lesson 9 – Wicks
Wicks are hidden candles.
Lesson 10 – Liquidity
Liquidity refers to how active a market is. Liquidity and Volatility are directly related. Remember, LIQUIDITY = MONEY.
Lesson 11 – Liquidity Grabs
Forcing market participants out of their positions. Also known as STOP HUNTS.
Lesson 12 – BMS
A very simple term used known as Break in Market Structure.
Lesson 13 – IOF (Institutional Order Flow)
Order Flow is accumulation of orders. In order flow, you look to follow the trend while using the Premium and Discount array mitigations.
Lesson 14 – Range Structure
Ranges are structure based. A range defines the difference between the highest and lowest prices traded. In a range, you look for buys / sells in Premium and Discount zones.
Lesson 15 – BMS (Break in market Structure) in Depth
A very simple term used known as Break in Market Structure, explained in depth.
Lesson 16 – Zone Selection
Minimising a buy/sell zone from multi-timeframe confluences to catch those SNIPER entries.