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What is the Forex Sweet Spot?
The “Sweet Spot” is a term I came up with to describe what I see as the ideal and “safest” time to trade.
What I found is there is little chance of a correction or reversal when in the “Sweet Spot” and thus a time when you should be trading with the market on your side. However, it is also a time when it becomes increasingly difficult to find a decent entry with a reasonable stop. So many traders find themselves selling when they should be buying and buying when they should be selling, only to be stopped out as the market continues in the direction of the momentum. This is an example of when the hard (to enter) trade is the right trade.
Well, I have come up with a way to identify the “Sweet Spot” and a strategy to find entries with reasonable stops when there otherwise might not be any apparent on your charts to ride the tide rather than being forced to fight it. This is how I came up with “Trading the Sweet Soot,” a strategy available with the Amazing Trader.
If interested, contact me for details or fill out the contact form below.
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