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Following the success of my first book (How to Read Price Action?), there were some request to provide a more some structured perspective of how I analyse the market. Because of Price Action is still the ultimate indicator, I managed to break down my market analysis into an organised and mechanical way of understanding the market pullbacks, which I hope will be useful to you. Adding to the fact that English is not my first language, I am pleased to use plain, Basic English alongside the simple diagrams and charts to illustrate my points.

Sometimes the best things are just right in front of you.”

Believe it or not, you see price pullbacks almost every time you open your price chart because it is inevitable that price is cycling and pulling back and forth all the time. However, many traders do not see it. That just goes to show that humans (including traders) can be so engrossed in their own thing that they often fail to see the obvious that is right in front of them.

While this book is primarily about pullbacks, this is also my way of breaking down information from what seems to be bulky blocks into little absorbable chunks and building them back into useful resources. By breaking the process down, you are able to spot the various clues in the market easily. The more clues you find, the more likely that you have a successful trade.

At the same time, never forget the bigger picture when trading. Since the big guns are the one with the deepest pocket, it makes sense to keep track of who those market leaders are. By keeping track, I don’t mean searching for the traders’ information. Instead, I am referring to understanding what and how price is reacting to certain challenges in the market. In fact, the more you understand price action, the easier you can spot the leader.

Trading price action pullbacks can be very profitable if done correctly. Hence, I hope to show you a variety of pullback patterns and hopefully you can use that as a starting point to fine tune your own trading. Learning to trade is a journey. However, once you built a solid foundation, the rest of the journey should be easier.

Also, it is profitable trading pullback if it is congruent with your trading beliefs. Hence, I hope to explain how, why and when trading pullbacks works. More importantly, you should also understand how, why and when they do not work.

Special Thanks

While trading and coaching are businesses in their own right, they are separate from writing, blogging and teaching – where I continue to harness my skills.

Like trading, there’s always room for improvements, and I express my gratitude to those who have contributed to my development in the area of writing. Special thanks to those of you who have read my first book and reverted back to me with constructive feedback (you know who you are).

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I’m half way through the book and have found it to be very well thought through and at a level that most traders can relate to.

The methodology you have planned out is where every trader should be cutting their teeth. It is all too easy to forget the principals of trading and follow the glory of having your chart filled with lines and arrows. A trader needs to be grounded and follow the principals to achieve their full understanding of chart and price action. Without this understanding, the chart is only saying it has passed a certain point that suits someone’s criteria.

The way you have broken each part of the chart pattern down has made this understandable and easier to recognise.
Almost the light coming on moment. Importantly, you haven’t laboured any point or scrimped on important issues to be understood.

I like the bite size way the book reads and I feel this allows your mind to absorb each portion and process this, whilst scanning the charts for recognisable elements.
I am eager to finish the book and get to the good bit. But I know that if I skip any parts then vital information will be missing from my understanding of what I have to look for.

As I have said, this is nicely planned out and flows from one key element to the next. With the following principal having importance to the previous item.
You have to follow all of the clues to work out the full importance of what you will be looking at when studying your charts. That’s what this book is telling me.

Kind regards
Steve Keen

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