A Intermediate-Term Strategy To Conquer The FX Market

Here's a powerful, easy to use intermediate-term trading strategy that you can use in the Forex market.

A Less Active Approach To Forex

This particular strategy is less active than our short-term FX strategy. This trading approach is best suited for intermediate-term swing traders who enjoy being in the market every few weeks. Unlike the short-term strategy, which requires entering orders every few days, the intermediate-term strategy requires that you only enter your order(s) on average, once a week. In today's 5 minute video, I am going to have you follow along as I walk you through the actual trading signals of this strategy from 9/07/12. At the end of the video, you'll be able to see every trade and how each trade fared. Nothing is left to the imagination and nothing has been left out.

Now, let's take a look at the pros and cons of this particular trading strategy.

• Easy to follow and implement.
• No grey areas, the program shows you with visual Triangles the market’s intermediate-term direction.
• This trading strategy is best suited for investors who are comfortable being active in the market every few weeks.

• If you are comfortable trading every few weeks there really are no drawbacks to this strategy.

Be sure to watch the video all the way through to the end, as I share with you a very little FX secret that is pretty much unknown to most Forex traders.

If you decide that this particular strategy fits your needs, track it and see how it works.

Every success using MarketClub’s intermediate-term FX trading strategy,
Adam Hewison
President, INO.com
Co-Creator, MarketClub

P.S. We also have FX strategies for short and long-term traders.

3 thoughts on “A Intermediate-Term Strategy To Conquer The FX Market

  1. Having re-checked the Net Gain analysis for all the trades the total Net Gain of 106 Pips is actually correct. Note the 8th listed trade still needs to be removed although it doesn't effect the overall result, but it is confusing if anyone else is trying to match up the entry and exit points!

  2. There are at least 2 errors in the Intermediate Term FX Strategy Results analysis which is shown on the video explaining this strategy.

    1. According to my analysis using the triangles there are 8 completed trades (not 9) and also the one trade that is still open at the end.

    2. The 8th closed trade that you list is from 2/16/13 to 8/30/13 (which is 6 months and MUST be an error) and should be removed from the analysis, along with the 30 pips profit from the total result.

    3. The 7th Trade from 9/18/13 to 11/03/2014 is clearly wrong too. I think you will find that the close date should be changed to 11/03/2013 instead of 2014! It is not yet November 3rd 2014!

    4. These errors also effect the overall result from a Net Gain of 106 pips to 76 pips.

    It would make sense for the results table to be carefully checked and re-presented.

    However I do really appreciate the documenting of these FX strategies. I will almost certainly be using the medium term, although for my personal trading style I am more likely to use the Long Term FX Strategy.

    Please get back to me to confirm my analysis.

    Rod Dallas

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