Forex traders have a variety of trading strategies available to them these days, but one strategy seems to be popping off right now:
Supply and demand trading – sound familiar?
Supply and demand is a reversal strategy that identifies areas where the banks buy and sell. It’s similar to support and resistance but differs in two key ways: 1. the areas form due to the banks, and 2. the points are covered by zones.
We call these areas: supply and demand zones.
Finding and trading these zones can provide precise entries into high probability reversal trades, making supply and demand an excellent strategy for beginners and pros alike.
Today, I’ll give you a full guide on trading supply and demand.
Ready to get started? Let’s jump in…
The Basics of Supply and Demand Trading: Understanding Key Concepts
Discovered in the late 2000s by Sam Seiden, supply and demand is a trading strategy that uses the concept of supply and demand to identify points where price has a high probability of reversing.
The idea is simple: Because supply and demand govern how prices move, points exist where demand exceeds supply and vice versa. By locating these points (supply and demand zones), you can predict future turning points.
Supply and demand has you locate and trade two key points where price has a high probability of reversing:
Demand zones – points where price is likely to rise.
And supply zones – points where price is likely to fall.
Now: Price doesn’t reverse from supply and demand zones for no reason.
Rather, it’s down to how the banks enter significant trading positions.
Here’s the problem: The banks never have enough orders to enter their entire positions all at once; some get leftover when they decide to buy or sell.
Obviously, the banks can’t leave these trades – they’ll lose a ton of money! So, they bring price back to the zone, enter their leftover trades, then price reverses. That’s why price returns and reverses from supply and demand zones. Make sense?
So that’s how the zones work, but how’d you trade them?
Well, let’s take a look…
Step-by-Step Guide to Trading Supply and Demand Zones
Supply and demand isn’t the toughest strategy in the world to trade, but a couple of things can take some time and practice to get good at, mainly finding and marking the zones on the chart.
Let’s look at finding the zones…
STEP 1: How To Identify Supply And Demand Zones
To trade supply and demand, you must know how to find and mark the zones on a chart, and this…
…takes a bit of practice.
However, it’s not as hard as you might think.
Supply and demand zones form due to the banks and institutions buying and selling large quantities of currency. To find where the zones form, then, you just need to identify where the banks entered significant trading positions.
Sounds tough, right? But here’s the trick…
When the banks buy and sell, a sudden increase in supply or demand occurs. What does that look like on a chart? A sudden, sharp rise or decline in price.
So to find supply and demand zones…
Just look for the sharp rises or declines in price.
Look at the rises above… see how they form?
Each rise consists of multiple big bullish candlesticks. Some form one after the other – or separated by a few small bear candles – and others develop from a single large candlestick that forms on its own (red arrows).
Take note – this is what I mean by a sudden, sharp rise in price.
These rises tell us the banks decided to enter significant buy positions.
Therefore: A demand zone must exist at the point they entered i.e., the source of each rise.
Here’s what the demand zones look like marked on the rises.
(I’ll show you how to mark the zones in a minute).
Notice how each zone caused a reversal? That’s how accurate demand zones can be at predicting future rises. Not bad, eh?
Supply zones form when the banks and institutions enter significant sell positions. To find them, look for sudden, sharp DECLINES in price.
Here are 5 sharp declines I found the 1-hour chart of Eur/Usd.
Notice that, like the rises we just looked at, each decline consists of either multiple big bearish candlesticks that form one after the other (blue arrows) or one massive bear candlestick that forms on its own.
These are the types of declines to look for to find supply zones.
If I mark the supply zones found at each decline on the chart, you can see price usually reversed upon returning, confirming the banks were selling.
STEP 2: How To Draw Supply And Demand Zones
Now for the most important step: Drawing the zones.
Drawing supply and demand zones can mean the difference between winners and losers. It’s THAT important to get right. Simply put, if you can’t master drawing the zones, supply and demand won’t be a profitable strategy for you.
With a bit of practice, however, drawing the zones can be a breeze…
Here’s how to do it:
First things first: Find the rise where you believe a demand zone has formed.
(We’ll use the zone from the previous example to make it easy).
Found the rise? Good.
Now locate the LAST small candlestick (bullish or bearish) that formed before the first large bull candle in the rise appeared.
If the rise consists of a single massive candlestick… Find the last small candle that appeared before the large bull candle formed.
If the rise consists of multiple large candlesticks that form one after the other (or are separated by one or two small bearish candles), find the last small candle before the first large bull candle in the rise appeared.
Now, here’s where things get tricky…
To draw the zone, you must place the rectangle tool on the open or close (close for bullish; open for bearish) of the last small candlestick that formed before the large rise. Then drag down until the rectangle edge sits on the most recent swing low.
Finding and placing the tool on the open or close is easy, but locating the last swing low that formed before the rise can be tricky.
Luckily, Tradingview has an indicator that marks all the lows automatically.
Here’s how to set it up:
- Go to the “Indicators” tab on Tradingview.
- Enter “Swing high” into the search box.
- Click the “Swing High Low By Patternsmart” Indicator.
Blue and red dotted lines will appear all over the chart.
These lines reveal where each swing low (red line) and swing high (blue line) has formed.
By default, the indicator doesn’t show every swing low and high. You need to change the settings, so the lows and highs become visible. Here’s how to do that:
- Right-click one of the blue or red lines,
- Select “Settings” from the options,
- Change the “Swing Length” option to 4.
More blue and red lines should appear – that’s the swing highs and lows.
Next up, time to draw the zone.
So, select the rectangle tool from the side menu…
Locate the open or close of the last small candle that formed before the first large candle in the rise (close if it’s bullish; open if it’s bearish).
Now click on the open or close and drag the rectangle until it sits on the most recent swing low (red line) that formed before the rise.
The rectangle should cover the area between the most recent low and the open or close of the last small candle that formed before the rise. Easy!
Important: After drawing a zone, right-click the edge and change “Visual Order” to “Send To Back”. That’ll stop the zone hiding the candlesticks underneath.
Drawing supply zones follows similar rules to demand zones:
- Find the last small candlestick before the drop.
- Place the rectangle on top on the open or close.
- Drag to the most recent swing high before the decline.
Here’s a quick guide on how to do it:
First: Find the sharp decline where you think a supply zone exists.
Next: Find the LAST small candlestick that formed before the decline began.
Again, if the decline consists of a single large candlestick, locate the last small candle before the huge candlestick appeared.
If the decline develops from multiple large bearish candlesticks, find the last small candle before the first large bearish candle formed.
The next step: Draw the zone using the rectangle tool.
So, select the rectangle tool from the side menu…
Find the open or close of the last small candle before the rise (open for bullish candles, close for bearish).
Now click the open or close and drag the rectangle UP until it sits on the most recent SWING HIGH (blue dotted line) before the decline.
The rectangle should encompass the area between the open or close and the swing high, as you can see in the image above.
Top Tip: Only Mark The Zones Closest To The Current Price
Only draw supply and demand zones CLOSEST to the current price. Don’t mark every visible zone on the chart – your analysis will become extremely confusing.
Just mark the zones closest to the current price.
Once price breaks a zone, mark the next closest zone.
STEP 3: How To Trade Supply And Demand Zones
Supply and demand zones, on their own, don’t signal price will reverse. You can’t just enter a trade as soon as price enters a zone, assuming it’ll cause a reversal. Instead: You must wait for a signal price will reverse and then enter a trade.
And the two best signals price will reverse from a zone are… engulfing patterns and hammer candlesticks!
Let’s take a look.
The engulfing pattern is a two-candle pattern where the body of the second candlestick forms bigger than the body of the first candle.
They come in two types:
- Bullish engulf – a signal price is about to rise.
- Bearish engulf – a signal price is about to fall.
Engulfing candles develop due to the banks buying and selling, so seeing one form inside a supply or demand zone is a strong signal price could be about to reverse.
Here’s what 5 bullish engulfing patterns look like on the 1-hour chart of Eur/Usd.
Notice how each pattern follows the same structure: The first candle always appears bearish, and the second candle always bullish with a body bigger than the preceding bearish candlestick.
Bullish engulfing patterns from the big traders/investors buying a large amount of currency.
Seeing one inside a demand zone provides a powerful signal price could soon reverse; it shows the banks have bought a significant amount of currency.
Above, you can see price closing in on a 1-hour demand zone.
If a bullish engulfing pattern forms after price enters or touches the edge, it suggests the banks bought a significant amount and want price to reverse. Therefore, it’ll be a great long signal for you to catch the reversal.
And, as you can see…
After price falls into the zone, a bullish engulfing pattern forms.
Now, you enter a long and wait for price to reverse, which it did in this case.
To enter supply zone trades, you must wait for a bearish engulfing candle to form inside the zone or when price strikes the outer edge.
Like the bullish variation, the bearish engulfing pattern contains two candlesticks.
However, here’s the difference: The first candlestick, instead of being bearish, forms bullish. And the second candlestick, which is always bigger, appears bearish.
The bearish engulf forms when banks and institutions sell into strong buying – a clear sign they want price to reverse and start falling. That makes it a powerful short signal when the pattern forms inside a supply zone.
When price entered this supply zone, a large bearish engulfing candle formed.
The bearish engulf indicates banks sold a large amount, meaning price has a high chance of reversing from the supply zone.
A great signal for you to get short. Simple!
Aside from the engulf, one other pattern can signal price may soon reverse from a supply or demand zone: The hammer candlestick (or pin bar).
What is a hammer candlestick?
In short: A candlestick with long upper or lower wick.
Like engulfing patterns, hammer candles develop when the banks buy or sell in high amounts (hence the long wick). Upon formation, the candle signals price has a high probability of reversing.
Hammers come in two types:
- Bullish hammers – signal price is about to start rising.
- Bearish hammers – signal price is about to start falling.
For reference, here’s what bullish pin bars look like.
Bullish pin bars always feature two main characteristics: A small body at or near the top of the candle and a long wick found below – the wick forms due to the banks buying significant amounts from the sellers.
For this reason: A bullish hammer proves a reliable signal price could soon reverse from demand.
The image above shows price close to entering a large demand zone.
If a bullish hammer forms when price enters, it signals price has a high probability of reversing. Hence, it’s a quality signal to enter a long trade.
Sure enough, multiple bullish pin bars form inside the zone.
That’s your long signal – the bullish pins indicate the banks probably bought a significant amount of Eur/Usd and want price to reverse.
Onto bearish pin bars now…
Here are some examples of what the bearish hammer looks like.
Take note: The bearish hammer also forms with a small body and long wick.
The only difference… the long wick on a bearish hammer always forms at the top of the candlesticks, with the small at the bottom.
The bearish hammer forms due to large traders and investors selling. Hence, its appearance inside a supply zone indicates price will probably about to fall.
After price entered the supply zone, two bearish hammers formed, indicating price was about to fall – which it then did a short time later.
STEP 4: Place A Stop Loss Above Or Below The Zone
The stop loss on a supply or demand trade always goes above or below the zone.
For demand zones, it always goes below.
And for supply zones, it always goes above.
You can lower risk by moving the stop as price moves in your expected direction, but make sure price has fully reversed from the zone first. Also, always move the stop to the swing high or low created by the reversal to reduce initial risk.
Don’t move the stop to the opposite edge – price will often spike back into the zone before reversing. Keep the stop at the high or low until price has moved away.
Once price clears the zone, then bring the stop down to the opposite edge.
How To Determine The Strength Of A Supply Or Demand Zone (Quick Guide)
There are a few different ways to determine the strength of a supply or demand zone, but by far the best and most accurate:
Looking at where the zone formed in relation to the trend.
Let me explain…
Check out this demand zone on the daily chart of EUR/USD.
Whoever brought when the market was down here has a lot of money at their disposal. To know why requires an understanding of market psychology.
As a price movement increases in duration, more and more traders enter in the same direction. The longer the move, the more traders who enter the same way.
Look at the last drop before the demand zone formed.
At the time of this drop, tens of thousands of traders are entering short expecting lower prices. Why? Because price has been falling for weeks! The market is clearly trending lower, with little to no bullish movement.
If you were viewing this chart, which direction would you be trading?
Now here’s the important point…
For this trend to reverse, someone must enter the market and buy up all the traders selling. This would take huge sums of money, hundreds if not billions of dollars!
In any case, that’s what we see…
Price stops falling and begins rising, creating the demand zone.
This demand has a high probability of causing a reversal, not because it has a strong move away – like the experts say – but because whoever brought to create the zone (the banks) invested a ton of money into causing the reversal due to the strong downtrend.
Ask yourself: Would the banks really spend hundreds of millions to push price higher if they wanted or expected price to continue lower?
The image above shows a demand zone on the 1-hour chart of EUR/USD.
Apart from the time frame, the example above develops like the previous example. First, a significant downtrend develops, which means most traders are selling. Then, a strong, near vertical move causes a demand zone to from.
The banks have come into the market and brought up all the sellers.
Again, why would the banks buy such large amounts if they thought price would continue lower?
Here’s the point:
The supply and demand zones with the highest probability of causing a reversal form at major market turning points i.e., trend reversals or major swing points.
Look for a long, extended movement before the zone forms – that’s a sign the banks bought a significant amount to make price reverse. Conversely, demand zones that develop after a short trend or small price move have a lower chance of success.
Same goes for supply zones, too.
A supply zone that forms after a long uptrend or price move has a high chance of causing price to reverse due to the sell positions the banks had to enter to make price reverse.
The reverse is true for zones that form after small price moves or short trends.
What To Do Next…
Trading supply and demand zones is the perfect beginner-friendly strategy. It’s easy to learn, well-rounded, and provides a steady stream of high probability opportunities – a great combo in anyone’s books!
Use this guide to learn the ins and outs of supply and demand.
Find old zones on your charts; see how they played out. Check the price action inside the zones – what signals appeared? Spend time drawing zones using the rules I explained. You’ll soon become a pro at trading supply and demand!
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How To Determine The Strength Of A Supply Or Demand Zone details the method I use to find the highest probability zones in the market.
Most S & D gurus say the best zones require a strong move away – heard this before? But really, it’s the move BEFORE the zone formed that determines how powerful a zone is.
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Why Zones That Form Late Into Trends/Swings Are Low Probability:
Supply and demand zones form all over our charts, and where a zone forms plays a big part in whether it’ll cause a reversal. Case in point: zones that form late into a swing or trend. Many traders think these zones are powerful owing to the fact they often have a sharp move away and meet the right criteria. However, they’re usually some of the weakest, as the banks remove their trades from the zones when initiating a large retracement or consolidation.
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Why RBR/DBD Zones Rarely Cause Reversals:
Rally-base-drop/drop-base-rally zones have a good reputation in the supply and demand community. For many, they represent great low-risk high reward entries into existing trends or movements. However, after testing RBR/DBD zones for a while, I’ve found they really don’t work as well as people think. And actually, could even be the reason you’re losing money with S & D.
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Learn How To Draw And Use Support And Resistance Zones:
Support and resistance zones can greatly improve your trading, but only if you understand #1 how to draw them correctly and #2 how to use them in the right way. For the most part, this is easy enough. However, there are a few key points to remember as well.
The book will give you a full breakdown of how to find and use the zones and detail the few important points you must keep in mind when using the zones.
Why S & R Levels DO NOT Get Stronger With More Touches:
How often do hear support and resistance levels become stronger the more times price fails to break them? This rule forms the bedrock of trading S & R, yet it’s one that not only isn’t true. It doesn’t even make sense! Support and resistance levels DO NOT become stronger with more touches, quite the opposite, in fact.
In the book, you’ll learn why this is and why recent touches are a much better way to gauge a level’s strength.
Support And Resistance Secrets That’ll Improve Your Trading:
Support and resistance levels have been around for years now, but that doesn’t mean there are no secrets left to discover. There are all kinds of support and resistance secrets traders still don’t know about, and I detail my top 2 for you inside the book.
These’ll help improve your trading of S & R and give you new ways to use the levels/zones in your trading.
Book 5: 5 Price Action Secrets That’ll Change Your Trading
Did you know…
Most trend reversals begin at big round number prices after multiple swing lows or highs form?
And, get this…You can spot what the banks are up to by watching wicks?Amazing, right!?
In 5 Price Action Secrets That’ll Change Your Trading, I explain the biggest price action secrets I’ve discovered in my time trading forex.
These secrets, such as those listed at the top, will completely overhaul your understanding of the market and cover all aspects of price action, from support and resistance levels, pin bars, big round numbers, and much more.
Price Action Secrets That’ll Change Your Trading:
Price action is a deep topic, but most traders never take it far enough.
For many, price action is just about watching for pins at support and resistance (or other technical points). That’s a big part of PA, yes, but the rabbit hole goes way deeper than that. Price action is just as much about what you can’t see as what you can.
With my secrets, you’ll learn how a change of perspective can give you extortionary insights into price action that can totally change your trading.
How To Spot What The Banks Are Up To Using Candle Wicks:
The banks and other big players are a shifty bunch, using many covert tactics to hide their actions and cover their tracks. But price action reveals all… in places you wouldn’t think. Case in point: candlestick wicks! Though they look inconspicuous, candle wicks can actually reveal what the big players are up to.
You just need to know what to look for, which is what I’ll show you inside the book.
Why Multiple Swing Highs/Lows Form At Similar Prices Before Big Reversals:
Predicting large, market-changing reversals such as those that initiate trends is seen as impossible by most traders.
However, there are signals a major reversal could be building, with the clearest being: multiple swing lows/highs forming at similar prices. This usually indicates a large reversal is forming behind the scenes because it shows the banks are entering massive positions.
In the book, I explain why this is, and you can use it to help predict major reversals.
Book 6: A Beginners Guide To Order Flow Trading
Order flow is without a doubt one of the most important topics in forex, yet it’s one many traders never put much time into learning, either because they don’t know what it is or find it too confusing to understand.
In A Beginners Guide To Order Flow Trading, I aim to fix this.
I’ve created a massive guide that teaches you everything you need to know on how to get started with order flow, from what it is, how it works, and some of the key ways to use it in your trading. Order flow is a complex topic with many confusing elements.
But in the book, I break everything down and make the concept easy to understand.
So, whether you’re a beginner just getting started or an experienced pro, A Beginners Guide To Order Flow Trading will teach you how to start using order flow in your trading.
How To Think In Terms Of Order Flow:
Order Flow is all about understanding how other traders make decisions and using that info to profit. But how do you do that? How do you predict what decisions other traders will make? The answer is by understanding their actions – placing trades, closing trades, and taking profits – and the effect they have on the market.
Find Out Why The Market Moves:
Everyone knows why the market moves; from traders buying and selling. But that’s only half the story. What really causes price to move is traders, mainly retail traders, closing losing trades. In the book, I explain why forced liquidation is behind most of the movement we see and how you can use it to better understand why price moves the way it does.
3 Ways To Use Order Flow In Your Trading:
Using order flow in your trading is not easy, so I’ve made sure to detail 3 ways you can use order flow in your trading in the book. Learn how to predict stop hunts and gauge their impact. Become a master at anticipating where the banks are active in the market. And learn how to gauge the size of rises and declines by understanding how many traders are trapped in losing trades.
Get Exclusive Lessons, Strategies, And Guides
A big part of being a member is the exclusive content you receive. You get access to exclusive lessons, strategies, and guides not available on the main site. These posts cover all aspects of trading; the banks, supply and demand, tips and tricks for making money, new strategies, and more…
- Exclusive Trading Lessons: Want to know the #1 mistake most traders don’t know they’re making? Or why so many reversals begin near big round numbers (and how you can use them to make money?) Well, wonder no more… As a member, you’ll not only receive lessons that cover these topics in great detail but also many more including, How To Determine Whether A Higher High or Lower Low Signals A Reversal and, A Secret Way To Find High Probability Supply And Demand Zones.
- Never Seen Before Strategies: You’ll also gain access to new trading strategies. These strategies will teach you how to make more money from your trading and help you build your account up faster. They include; How To Profitably Trade Stop Hunts Using Oanda’s Order Book, Get Into Monster Reversals With This Secret Fib Retracement and, This Type Of Engulfing Pattern Works Better Than All Others.
- Detailed Guides And Techniques: I also provide guides that detail some of the more complex aspects of trading. These guides show you how to double your profit using a different exit strategy, how to grow your account with 3 underused profit-building techniques, and a better way to trade retracements.
Here’s A Full List Of What’s Currently Available:
- A Secret Way To Find High Probability Supply And Demand Zones
- Get Into Monster Reversals With This Secret Fib Retracement
- The #1 Mistake Most Traders Don’t Know they’re Making (And How To Fix It)
- This Type Of Engulfing Pattern Works Better Than All Others
- How To Trade Stop Hunts Using Oanda’s Order Book
- 3 Ways To Use The Cot Report In Your Trading
- Never Miss Another Trade With Support And Resistance Zones
- Easily Get Into Pull-Backs With Fibonacci Retracement Zones
- Why Round Numbers Make Great Support And Resistance Levels
- A Secret Exit Strategy That Will Double (Or Triple) Your Profit
- How To Trade Stop Hunts Using Oanda’s Order Book
- 3 Little Known Ways To Quickly Double Your Trading Account
Exclusive Trading Tools For All Your Needs
Have trouble finding and drawing supply and demand zones?
Wish you could see real data on when the banks are closing and placing new trades?
With my VIP only trading tools, this is a reality.
Included with the membership, I provide two exclusive trading tools not found anywhere else. The first is a supply and demand indicator, which is the only one I’ve come across that finds the right zones and marks them correctly according to the right rules of S & D. This’ll make trading the zones significantly easier than before.
The second tool is the Cot graph.
It takes the data from the Commitment Of Traders report and displays the numbers on a line graph, making it easy to see when the banks are placing new trades or closing open trades. There are multiple ways to use this in your trading, and the tool comes with a guide detailing the top 3 I’ve found over the years.
Check below for a full breakdown of each tool as well as its key features.
Tool #1: Supply And Demand Indicator
Supply and demand indicators are all the rage these days, but only a select few actually find the right zones and mark them correctly on the chart.
To help traders out, I’ve added my favourite S & D indicator to the membership.
While not created by me, this indicator is the only one I’ve tested that consistently locates the right zones and marks them according to the correct rules of supply and demand. It’s simple to set up and comes packed with additional features that make trading the zones as easy as can be.
The membership comes with a download of the indicator plus a full guide on how to get it set up correctly and the key features it provides.
- Automatically Find The Best Supply And Demand Zones: With my S & D indicator, finding the best supply and demand zones will become a breeze, even if you’re a beginner. The indicator automatically marks the top zones on the chart for you. All you need to do is to wait for price to return and enter a trade. Easy!
- Never Draw Incorrect Zones Again: If you have a hard time drawing supply and demand zones, my indicator will be a godsend. It’s one of the few S & D indicators I’ve used that actually marks zones according to the right rules of supply and demand. It’s not perfect by any means – no indicator is – but it marks the zones correctly more often than not, which will make trading them a lot easier than before.
- Stacks Of Useful Features To Make Life Easy: On top of finding the best zones and marking them correctly on the chart, my S & D indicator comes packed with useful features to make trading the zones as easy as can be. You can set zones to change colour once touched, force higher timeframe zones to appear on lower timeframes, change zone width, plus loads more I’ll let you discover yourself.
Tool #2: Cot Report Graph
The Commitment Of Traders Graph displays key information from the Cot Report. Anyone familiar with the Cot knows how difficult the report is to read. It contains amazing insights, but extracting useful info from the report is a pain in the ass, making it almost unusable; and rendering its insights worthless.
With My Cot Graph Tool, however, that all changes…
The tool takes the key data from the report and displays it via a line graph, making it exponentially easier to read.
So, no more spending hours crawling through endless data points to determine what the report reveals.
Now, you can just look at the graph and quickly determine: how many new long/short traders were opened that week, whether the banks are buying/selling, if their buying and selling follows a trend, and much, much more.
- Easily Learn What The Banks Are Up To: Understanding the banks is no easy task, even for pro traders. However, the Cot tool makes it easy! The graph reveals when the banks have placed and closed their positions. So, by looking for changes, you can quickly gauge what the banks are up to and what effect their actions may have on the market.
- Quickly Find When They’ve Placed Trades: Ever wondered if the banks are placing new trades for a reversal or adding to existing positions? Well, wonder no more… The Cot graph reveals when the banks have entered new trades as well as in what size. This information provides deep insight into what’s happening behind the scenes, giving you a much better idea of what the banks.
- How To Use The Cot In Your Trading: The Cot graph isn’t the easiest to get your head around, especially when using it in your trading. So, I’ve come up with a small guide that details a few of the key ways to use the tool. You’ll learn: how to find institutional S & D zones with the Cot, how to identify the real trend, and how to spot large reversals before they begin.
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