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  1. I have spent a lot of time watching other videos on candlesticks never commenting on any until now, I learned more in the last 15 minutes then I did watching all of the others combined. Articulated very well and I wish I had watched yours first. Truly is the ultimate guide for beginners. I appreciate it and look forward to watching the other videos you've done.

  2. One thing Im a little unclear on, if anyone is willing to answer…

    What causes adjacent candlesticks to not open exactly where its predecessor closed? An example can be found circled at the support level on the right side of the screen at 13:15. The bullish candle to the right opens much higher than the preceding bearish candle closes.

  3. Hi newbie here, I thought we were supposed to draw trend lines based on the closing instead of the highest/lowest price of the candlestick? Kindly enlighten me!

  4. Thought id steal the top comment because same lol

    I have spent a lot of time watching other videos on candlesticks never commenting on any until now, I learned more in the last 15 minutes then I did watching all of the others combined. Articulated very well and I wish I had watched yours first. Truly is the ultimate guide for beginners. I appreciate it and look forward to watching the other videos you've done.

  5. Just follow this:
    1.Wealthy traders are patient with winning trades and are enormously impatient with losing trades
    2.They realize that making money is more important that being right
    3.They look at charts as a picture of where traders are lining up to buy or sell
    4.Before they enter any trade they know exactly where they will exit for either a gain or a loss
    5.They approach trade number 5 with the same mindset they did on the trade 4 previous losing trades
    6.They use "naked" charts and focus on zones
    7.They realized a long time ago that being uncomfortable trading is OK
    8.The markets are their workplace. They are a participant, not an on-looker.
    9.They stopped trying to pick tops and bottoms.
    10.They stopped thinking about the market being "cheap" or "expensive"
    11.They are willing to change sides if the market tells them to do so
    12.They trade aggressively when trading well and modestly when they are not
    13.They realize the market will be open again tomorrow
    14.They never add to a losing trade… EVER
    @t is the goal, but never the measure of success
    16.They read about mobs and riots
    17.They provide liquidity to the markets while watching price and volume
    18.They have a way to gauge fear, greed and speed of the markets: Tick charts 233, 612
    19.They practice reading the right side of the chart, not the left
    20.Every wealthy trader has an "edge" they can explain to their mothers
    21.Their position size is calculated exactly on risk tollerance
    22.Profit targets are based on average range or something objective
    @t or two trades a month make their month
    24.Confident decision makers in the face of imconplete information
    25.A losing trade does not mean they are a loser
    26.They buy higher highs and sell lower lows
    27.Their business isn't trading, it's finding the right trades
    28.They write down or record every trade, price, thoughts, news, attitude
    29.Their conviction on an active trade remains unless something major changes
    30.A winning trade does not result in taking on extra risk the next trade
    31.They trade the reaction, not the news

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  7. Fidelity does it backwards. There is no vertical line above or below the candlestick. There is only a horizontal line somewhere on the candlestick, and the candlestick itself (the colored portion) represents the highs and lows, not open and close. The horizontal lines are the open and close, not high and lows. Which is confusing. Wish it was like other charts

  8. I have just watched this video. What sequence should I follow if I wanna watch the rest of your videos? What's the next video that I should watch as a beginner?

  9. you really opened my eyes to trading. After watching this video and 3 other videos of yours I'm now about to rethink my life and trading. Thank you for your help

  10. Is there a way to incorporate this real time? Lets say you're day trading watching the market and you've set it to one minute updates, could you use this strategy? Or would you rather use another? Sorry I am new.

  11. Hello Sir, I want to learn more about using your strategies and working with candlesticks. If you have live videos or seminars I want to join. Looking forward to working with your advice

  12. Great video! It was very helpful and easy to comprehend, especially for a beginner. Do you have videos on the best times to sell your trade? Liked and subscribed.

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