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How Much Can You Earn?
How many trades could you find per day,
and then set them and let them profit?
Trade more to make more.
Trade for more PIPs or Points to make more.
Trade larger Lot (Risk / Reward) size to make more.
Making more or less is your choice.
Learn more about all of these approaches in coaching.
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1 PIP = 10 Points, So 5 PIPs = 50 Points, etc.
1 Lot sets the Risk / Reward of the trade.
The trader sets the Lot (Risk / Reward) before when placing the trade.
NOTE – Once you earn your profit share, the biggest depletion to your
earnings is taxes.  Make sure to enroll in our tax service, or make sure
you have a tax preparer that understands day trading taxation.
These numbers are simply a mathematical illustration to have some context for discussion.  Experience with the Trade Demo Trial will link context to the numbers.
Education, an established system, and ongoing support are great equalizers.  Trading remains risky with the potential for loss.  Past results are not predictive of future results.
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Trade Setup Concept

Trading Concept

Find The Trend – Find the trend and trade the trend.  The trend is the overall direction of the market.  If the market is trending down, then take sell or down market trades.  It would not make sense to take a buy or up trade if the market is actually trending down.  If the market is going up generally then take buy or up market trades.

Find The Trade – Find when the Trade signal is in the direction of the Trend.

Find The Timing – You may have found a Trade in the direction of the Trend, but there is an even better time to take the trade.  That is when both the factual or crowd direction of the market is trading and the emotional movement tor early adopters in the market align.  Seek to get into a trade when both the factual and the emotional movements in the market agree, then you have the most assured possibility of winning your trade, and often winning it more quickly.  This is called Timing.

Find The Terrain – You will consider this in Coaching, but it views the Trade within the market environment.  As with all aspects of life, there is a context.  The same occurs in trading.  There are places in the market environment or Terrain that may cause hesitation, blockage, etc. of your Trade to your Take Profit price position.  You want to avoid any places of market hesitation, blockage, etc. and take Trades where there is a clear path to your Take Profit exit price.

Take Top Trades – The signals may show a possible trade, but it is important to still make a judgement if it is a better trade setup or simply a poor or mediocre setup.  You only need 3, 4, or 5, etc. trades a day to be wealthy with our system of proprietary indicators, 1-to-1 training, a corporate funded account, etc.  So, take fewer better trades.  It is better to stay out of a trade than to spend the time and effort working out of a bad trade or winning more trades to make up for losses and get back to your balance before the loss.

Trading Concept – Graphical

You are looking for trade setups where the Trend (2 Hour), the Trade (30 Minute), and the Timing (5 Minute) indicator signals are aligned.  All down or all up.

We know what is necessary alignment of the indicator signals, but we often then are looking for what is sufficient alignment.  The market rarely provides for perfect trade alignment.  That is what you are seeking, but trading is knowing what is necessary and sufficient alignment, not always perfect alignment.  Coaching focuses on expanding methods and skills around finding necessary and sufficient trade alignment to expand your profits.

So, not every peak of the Trade signal, the 30 Minute Indicator, will be properly aligned with the Trend signal, or the 2 Hour Indicator, direction of the market.  Then, even when there is Trend and Trade signal alignment, you need to wait for the emotional component, or the 5 Minute Timing signal, to also align and agree for the best and fastest results.

The sketch below shows that only occasionally is there proper Trend – Trade – Timing alignment.  And even in this graphic, some vertical lines show better alignment than others.  This is similar to trading.  Keep in mind, just because an indicator signal may be in the Over-Bought or Over-Sold region, that does not mean there is a trade.  You are looking for alignment between the different purposes signaled by the different indicator time frames, that is: the Trend, the Trade, and the Timing.

Trading Concept – Greenchart

You can see how our Indicators below look and behave similar to the concept of the cyclical lines in the graphic above.

How do you get more alignment or trade opportunities:

Shorter Term Trading – You trade shorter candlestick time periods so the cycles in the market occur more rapidly from more trading opportunities for Indicator signal alignment.  The potential reasons you may not choose a shorter trade method is that trades are less fact based and more emotion based, so potentially creating less sure trades and smaller movements in the market to trade.  You may also not choose this method as it does not fit your schedule or your preferred trade style.

Longer Term Trading – This is where your candlesticks have setup with longer time periods.  As a result, there are fewer, but more factual, more sure, and longer running trading opportunities.  To get back to more trade opportunities, simply look at more currency pairs.  If one currency pair is not ready to trade, then go look at another.  The more currency pairs you consider the more likely there is a properly aligned and ready trade.  The reasons you may not want to trade this way is that there are fewer such trades, it may not fit your scheduled, or may not be your preferred trading style.

In general, we will guide you to more shorter term trade methods for initial learning, and then you may choose longer term trade methods in time.  The 2 Hour – 30 Minute – 5 Minute Basic 80% / 20% trade is more of a mid-term trade to give you a sense of both shorter-term and longer-term trading.

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How Much Can You Earn?
Trade more to make more.
Trade for more PIPs or Points to make more.
Trade larger Lot (Risk / Reward) size to make more.
Making more or less is your choice.
Learn more about all of these approaches in coaching.
.
1 PIP = 10 Points, So 5 PIPs = 50 Points, etc.
1 Lot sets the Risk / Reward of the trade.
The trader sets the Lot (Risk / Reward) before when placing the trade.
NOTE – Once you earn your profit share, the biggest depletion to your
earnings is taxes.  Make sure to enroll in our tax service, or make sure
you have a tax preparer that understands day trading taxation.
The above numbers are simply a mathematical illustration to have some context for discussion.  Experience with the Trade Demo Trial will link context to the numbers.
Education, an established system, and ongoing support are great equalizers.  Trading remains risky with the potential for loss.  Past results are not predictive of future results.
How many trades could you find per day,
and then set them and let them profit?
Basic 80 / 20 Trend Trade
5T Tech   – Trend (2H), Trade (30M), Timing (5M), Terrain (5M), And Top Trades
Method   –  i. Click 30M Chart Until MM Is The Same Direction As 2H Pressure
                – ii. Final Alignment By Clicking The 5M Chart, And Take Top Trades
Stronger – Steeper And / Or Tighter (Individual) And More Aligned / Mimicking (All)
Weaker   – Bent, Flatter, And / Or Wider (Individual) / Mixed Directions (All)
Sorting   – 1-Trade (In), 2-Timing (M), 3-Tradeable (H), 4-Not Tradeable (D)
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SELL / Down / Short Trade – TREND TRADING, DOWN – – – – – –
1.  Trend   –  i. 2H Pressure DOWN (Steeper / Tighter Best) Or Flatter / Wider
                  – ii. 2H MM And 30M Pres DOWN / Flatter (More With 2H Better)
2. Trade     – i. 30M Maj Grn – DOWN, With 2H Pres, Closer 10 Best, Tight Minors
                  – ii. Thin Orange DOWN (Either / Both Best)
3. Timing  –  i. Pressure – DOWN, Any Color On Top, (Red On Top Better)
                  – ii. Candlestick – Body BELOW Pressure, More Reds Better
4.  Terrain – Considered In Coaching
5. Top        –  i. 5+ of 7 Indicators DOWN (More Better), Others Flatter / Wider
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BUY / Up / Long Trade – TREND TRADING, UP – – – – – –
1.  Trend   –  i. 2H Pressure UP (Steeper / Tighter Best) Or Flatter / Wider
                  – ii. 2H MM And 30M Pres UP / Flatter (More With 2H Better)
2. Trade     – i. 30M Maj Grn – UP, With 2H Pres, NEARER 0 Best, Tighter Minors
                  – ii. Thin Orange UP (Either / Both Best)
3. Timing  –  i. Pressure – UP, Any Color On Top, (Green On Top Better)
                  – ii. Candlestick – Body ABOVE Pressure, More Greens Better
4.  Terrain – Considered In Coaching
5. Top        –  i. 5+ of 7 Indicators UP (More Better), Others Flatter / Wider
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MARK Trade – – – – – –
1. Trade Entry – Price –  ” — ”  At Price Label
2. Trade Entry – Time –    ” | ”   At Far Right Candlestick
3. Trade Exit – Take Profit (TP)
       “M  | ”  Measure Line, Then  ” — ”  Horizontal Line For Auto-TP Exit
       50 Points DOWN For Sell  /  50 Points UP For Buy
       100 Point TP with 2H And 30M Indicators Being Steeper And Tighter
       No TP – Watch / Stay In Trade If Candlesticks Are Away From Pressure
                  – Exit When Two Of A Color OR Candle Wick Crosses Pressure Lines
4. Exit – Stop Loss (SL)
      “M  | ”  Measure Line, Then  ” — ”  Horizontal Line For Auto-SL Exit
      200 Points UP For Sell  /  200 Points DOWN For Buy
5. Execute The Trade – ” > ” Click Forward
Currency Pair Comparison
There are about 30 “Common” currency pairs, with most of them listed below.  You will see other favorite currency pairs listed in the Greenchart list.
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The question is, which ones should you trade?  Trade as few currency pairs as you can, that give you the number of trades you are looking for in a day.
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Trading fewer currency pairs and fewer trades will make you the most money.  We know that does not make sense, but it works with us, because the more careful you trade the faster and the more money we deposit in your account.  More money in your trade account is probably the single most important factor to making bigger money trading.  You can have a fantastic win rate, but if you are not trading much money, then it translates into little earnings.  That same win rate with a bigger accounts starts to create the big extra cash, lifestyle income, growing savings, and the ability to retire early or more securely while still trading and growing your wealth.
Below you see a graph of data from the years 2019 through 2020.
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Balance the currency pairs that will be your focus with the following considerations:
♦  Number – Trade the least number of currency pairs needed to get the number of trades per day you are seeking.
♦  Predictability – This directly relates to less risk, likely more wins, etc.  Often more predictable currency pairs move more slowly, but that is not always the case.  Time of day, etc. are also factors.
♦  Average Daily Range (ADR) – Like predictability, you can see how far a currency pair price changes in a 24 hour period.  So if you are looking to make 50 PIPs (500 Points) it is probably not wise to trade a 60 something PIP (600 Point) currency pair.  The range is too much the same.  For our purposes where we are trading 50 Points, any of these Average Daily Ranges are more than adequate.  
  Pay Out – As you balance trading fewer currency pairs, you may select those also based upon the amount they pay.
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Simple 60 / 40 Trade Method
SELL / Down / Short Trade:
1. 5 min – Major Green – Starts At / Above ~8
2. 1 min – Pressure – Red Line On Top
3. 1 min – Candlestick – Red Body Below Both Pressure Lines
4. 5 min – Pressure – Down Or At Least Flatter / Wider
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BUY / Up / Long Trade:
1. 5 min – Major Green – Starts At / Below ~2
2. 1 min – Pressure – Green Line On Top
3. 1 min – Candlestick – Green Body Above Both Pressure Lines
4  5 min – Pressure – Up Or  At Least Flatter / Wider
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MARK Trade:
1. Entry Price – ” — ” Horizontal Line, Center Of The Price Box
2. Entry Time – ” | ” Vertical Line On Far Right Candlestick
3. Exit Take Profit (TP) –
SELL – Down 30 Points
BUY – Up 30 Points
” | ” Measure Line
” — ” Horizontal Line
4. Execute The Trade – ” > ” Click Forward
How Much Can You Earn?
How many trades could you find per day,
and then set them and let them profit?
Trade more to make more.
Trade for more PIPs or Points to make more.
Trade larger Lot (Risk / Reward) size to make more.
Making more or less is your choice.
Learn more about all of these approaches in coaching.
.
1 PIP = 10 Points, So 3 PIPs = 30 Points, etc.
1 Lot sets the Risk / Reward of the trade.
The trader sets the Lot (Risk / Reward) before when placing the trade.
NOTE – Once you earn your profit share, the biggest depletion to your
earnings is taxes.  Make sure to enroll in our tax service, or make sure
you have a tax preparer that understands day trading taxation.
The above numbers are simply a mathematical illustration to have some context for discussion.  Experience with the Trade Demo Trial will link context to the numbers.
Education, an established system, and ongoing support are great equalizers.  Trading remains risky with the potential for loss.  Past results are not predictive of future results.
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Basic 80 / 20 Trade Methods
BASIC 80 / 20 TRADES
5T Tech – Trend, Trade, Timing, Terrain (Lines), And Top Trades
Stronger – Steeper And/Or Tighter
Weaker – Bent, Flatter, Wider, Mimicked, And/Or Mixed Directions.
Sorting – 1T-Trade, 2T-Timing, 3T-Tradeable, 4T-Not Tradeable.
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SELL / Down / Short Trade – MIXED, DOWN TREND – – – – – –
1. Trade   – Major Green – Starts At / Above ~8 AND With Minors Tighter
2. Timing – i. Pressure – Red On Top (Down And Wider Better)
                 – ii. Candlestick – Red Body Below Both Pressure Lines
3. Trend   – i. 4 of 5 Indicators Down (Better), Or Flatter / Wider
                 – ii. Detailed                             Tradeable || Not Tradeable
           (W) ( S Dn > Dn ) ( W Dn > Flatter > W Up ) || ( Up > S Up ) (L)
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BUY / Up / Long Trade – MIXED, UP TREND – – – – – –
1. Trade   – Major Green – Starts At / Below ~2 AND With Minors Tighter
2. Timing – i. Pressure – Green On Top (Up And Wider Better)
                 – ii. Candlestick – Green Body Above Both Pressure Lines
3. Trend   – i. 4 of 5 Indicators Up (Better), Or Flatter / Wider
                 – ii. Detailed                             Tradeable || Not Tradeable
           (W) ( S Up > Up ) ( W Up > Flatter > W Dn ) || ( Dn > S Dn ) (L)
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SELL / Down / Short Trade – OBVIOUS, DOWN TREND – – – – – –
1. Trade   – Major Green – Down, Between ~8 And ~3, Nearer 10 Better
2. Timing – i. Pressure – Down, Any Color On Top, Steeper / Tighter Best
                 – ii. Candlestick – Body Below Pressure, More Reds Better
3. Trend   – i. 4 of 5 Indicators CLEARLY DOWN, Other Flatter / Wider
                 – ii. Tradeable || Not Tradeable
            (W) ( S Dn > Dn ) || ( W Dn > Flatter > W Up ) ( Up > S Up ) (L)
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BUY / Up / Long Trade – OBVIOUS, UP TREND – – – – – –
1. Trade    – Major Green – Up, Between ~2 And ~7, Nearer 0 Better
2. Timing – i. Pressure – Up, Any Color On Top, Steeper / Tighter Better
                 – ii. Candlestick – Body Above Pressure, More Greens Better
3. Trend   – i. 4 of 5 Indicators CLEARLY UP, Other Flatter / Wider
                 – ii. Tradeable || Not Tradeable
            (W) ( S Up > Up ) || ( W Up > Flatter > W Dn ) ( Dn > S Dn ) (L)
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MARK Trade – – – – – –
1. Entry – Price – ” — ” At Price Label
2. Entry – Time – ” | ” At Far Right Candlestick
3. Exit – Take Profit (TP) – ” | ” Measure Line Then ” — ” Horizontal Line
50 Points For Sell-Down And 50 Points For Buy-Up
4. Exit – Stop Loss (SL) – ” | ” then  ” — ” 200 Pnts (Sell-Up / Buy-Dn)
5. Execute The Trade – ” > ” Click Forward
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