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Forex Weekly Review: How To Do It The Powerful Way!

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How I Do My Forex Weekly Review (the powerful way!)

In this Timisoara Forex trading vlog, I do a Forex weekly review. This is one of the very important habits a full-time Forex trader needs to adopt.

As a traveling Forex trader, this can be harder to stick to, but doing a Forex weekly review helps you gain back clarity and focus on what’s important for the week.

While I’m mainly reviewing weekly charts in the Forex weekly review, keep in mind that we’ll be looking for setups on the lower timeframes – in my case, the Daily, 4hr, and 1hr charts. I explain how that works… Vlog #324.

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About Me

My name is Etienne Crete (from Montreal, Canada). I’m a swing Forex trader (who has the chance to travel the world anytime) and help aspiring Forex traders develop a trading method that works for them so they can produce income allowing them to live with more freedom.

You see, a lot of aspiring Forex traders lack the confidence to pursue their dreams. I’m there not only to help you develop your confidence but also to implement the tactics that are proven to give you results. You’ll develop Forex trading discipline and the other skills you need in NO time!

Ultimately, you’ll get to experience what a day in the life of a Forex trader truly looks like, but you’ll also have to be consistent with your Forex weekly review!

I blog at www.desiretotrade.com and host the Desire To Trade Podcast. I was fed up with the “fake” millionaire traders and the “get-rich-quick-trading guys”. That’s why you can expect more free content from me than what other people charge for!

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2 Comments

  1. Nela
    May 17, 2018 at 9:53 am — Reply

    So, how do you place the trades at the right moment? You set an alarm close the level and check the setup every 4h, even 1h?, how about when it is very close but not ready yet, you just sit on it and wait, right? or you place a wider SL and a pending order, and once triggered you keep a close eye on it, let’s say every hour?

    I am at the point that I know chart, but I cannot check it on and on, all day long as day trader. Is too much for me. And once I opened a trade I don’t feel like watching the others. So at the end of day I see lost good oportunities, that were very clear to me and I feel like waisting too much time doing nothing.
    I don’t find the balance between being productive and stay so much time in front of the charts without having taken trades.

    I would like to know your answer as a pro.
    Cheers. Love your work. You realy help us in our jurney.

    • May 17, 2018 at 2:41 pm — Reply

      Hi Nela, that’s a great question!

      I have appointments on my Google Calendar that say “Check the chart” every 4brz (during the day). I get notified on my phone and I know it’s time to check the chart. If I need to place a trade, I place an entry order with a set stop loss & T/P. That’s it.

      For the 1hr chart, I look only when I’m at my desk. It might not be exactly every 1hr but…it’s still okay. I place the trades the same way. If you have a day job, I’d avoid the 1hr chart.

      Hope that helps!

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