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Get introduced to the forces that move the markets. This introductory eBook will give you an overall view of the supply and demand trading strategy used at Set and Forget to trade any market. You can use the trading methodology to trade all markets, including stocks, cryptocurrencies, Forex and ETFs.


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This supply and demand eBook is designed to help you become familiar with the essential supply and demand concepts.

No lagging indicators and oscillators

No volume analysis or VSA

No overbought / oversold indicators

No news events taken into account

No earnings announcements

The imbalances move the markets

Understanding how these imbalances work is paramount to becoming a more effective trader. Like any tool, one must learn how to use, locate and grade the quality of these imbalances. A power saw has many advantages over a handsaw for cutting wood. However, if you don’t learn to use a power saw, you can cut your fingers off.

Focus on the bigger timeframes

For the most part, brokers are correct in advising their clients to stay away from trading stocks, cryptos and Forex. They know most will want to grab hold of the “saw” without learning how to use it. Similarly, those without understanding how supply and demand rule the markets and our lives can put themselves at risk.

Rules-based trading strategy

This introductory supply and demand eBook will give you a basic understanding of how supply and demand imbalances work. The rules laid out in this introductory eBook are based strictly on supply and demand and can be applied to Stocks, Forex, Commodities, Futures, Indexes, cryptocurrencies, any market really. Nothing else is needed.

This eBook is intended as an introduction to supply and demand. It will give you a basic idea of what we should do as supply and demand traders. Make sure you also watch some of the videos on my YouTube channel



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