Al Brooks Trading Price Action Trading Course ((EXCLUSIVE))
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My 25 chapter How to Trade Price Action Manual will help you learn how to trade consistently like a professional using price action trading, and I based it on the material in my Brooks Trading Course, my four books, and what I say every day in my Trading Room.
I discuss Emini price action and trading throughout the day in my trading room. Here is a sample video that shows what takes place. Access is $99 a month through BrooksPriceAction.com.You can request a Free 2-day trial.
After laying out the fundamentals, Al Brooks dives into the meat and potatoes of his price action trading system. This exhaustive series of video lessons covers nearly every aspect of day trading price action, including patterns, trading different times of the day, scalping vs. swing trading, and proper risk management.
While there are times throughout this course where things may seem to get a bit repetitive, this is entirely by design. The course is structured in a way that continually reinforces the concepts Al introduces, and as you work through each module, you will begin to see the topic of price action through the lens of a true master.
Following the two main sections of the Brooks Trading Course, there is a follow-up module of bonus videos which includes more than 8 hours of additional content. Covered in this section of the course are some extremely valuable lessons, including trading the open and final hour, end-of-day traps, channel trading, psychology, day trading options, and more.
Can you tell which is which? Of course not, and the reason is that the same people and computers are trading all of them. And, they are using the same techniques for all markets and time frames. Each is simply a representation of rational human behavior. (The answer is: the chart on the left is a daily chart of General Electric (GE), the middle chart is a 1-minute chart of the EUR/USD foreign exchange market, and the one on the right is a 5-minute chart of gold.)
The charts below show that it does not matter what type of chart a trader uses. This is because they all are just different representations of what is taking place in the market. Consequently, traders can see the same price action setups on all of them.
What is price action? Every little move is an example of price action, and traders never dismiss anything as unimportant. Sometimes, something very small leads to a big move. Traders who understand what is going on will often take these trades. The stop is sometimes very tight, which means that the risk is small. Small risk always means low probability, but the reward can be so large that it more than offsets that low probability.