Video tutorial: Advanced tramline trading

Welcome to my second video tutorial on tramline trading. If you haven’t yet watched my introductory video – The essentials of tramline trading – I recommend you start there and watch this afterwards.

The main feature of tramline trading is that it gives you excellent points to enter a trade and excellent targets to exit a trade at a profit.

My introductory video focused on obtaining low risk entry points. Today, I will concentrate on identifying profitable exit points.

In this video I will explain:

• How you can establish targets to exit a profitable trade

• How you can use tramlines to adapt to significant changes in market direction

• How to use upward and downward tramlines to give you very useful information to use in your trades

And if you haven’t seen them yet, or you would like a refresher, do take a look at my other video tutorials:

An introduction to Elliott wave theory
The essentials of tramline trading
Trading with Fibonacci levels

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