Aggressive EUR/USD Trades

I have had an exceptionally busy past several days, and although I’ve been able to trade most days, I haven’t had a chance to post anything to my blog. Sorry about that.

I had mentioned in a recent posting that several of my clients have asked me to give some examples of more aggressive trades.

Okay…here ya go! :-)

I’m never very comfortable trading aggressively, but I can do it. I just don’t have the same level of “calmness”. That’s just *me* though. Some people LOVE to trade more aggressively, and I definitely understand that.

I find that when I trade this way, I’m more comfortable trading smaller lot sizes…which, in a way, is an anomaly for me, since with aggressive trading one should be extremely fast in-and-out of the trades…and that’s even better with larger lots…but not for me. Just call it my own trading preferences.

And, of course, if trading aggressively is the trading style YOU want to do, I can definitely show you how to do it!

Anyway…here are some trades, two of which are fairly aggressive (but not ridiculous), and the last couple of trades which are “more my normal style”.

*** TRADE #1

If I was super aggressive, I could have entered earlier, but I always prefer to have SEVERAL Logical Forex signals happening at the same time before I enter a trade.

Aggressive Flow Flip

Aggressive Flow Flip

Exit #1

Aggressive Flow Flip

Aggressive Flow Flip

*** TRADE #2

For ME, this was super aggressive, but still a valid trade. During a one-on-one workshop, I cover this kind of trade, especially if we determine that your preferred style is to be aggressive.

A Bumpy Ride for Scalping

A Bumpy Ride for Scalping

Exit #2

My exit is NOT “normal” either. Probably the “right way” to have exited this trade would have been as soon as price jumped back and “stalled” around 1.4108. That would have given me around 2-3 pips profit. But, I had a specific reason for staying IN the trade, and I used exactly the same specific reason to EXIT the trade. Do you see what it is? Think along the lines of “support and resistance” on a “very small scale”. (Hint)

A Bumpy Ride for Scalping

A Bumpy Ride for Scalping

*** TRADE #3

Super Fast Medium Aggressive Scalp

Super Fast Medium Aggressive Scalp

Exit #3

This was much more like my normal trading style…and VERY quick in-and-out. Do you see why I exited, without hesitation?

Super Fast Exit at Magnet Line

Super Fast Exit at Magnet Line

*** TRADE #4

Ahh…yes…back home in my normal style. :-) It’s so much less stressful for me…but, again, that’s just my preference. But, do you notice something about the Logical Forex Phase? Was this really a good trade to enter? Hmm….maybe it was still a bit more aggressive than normal. :-)

If you’re quick, and trade with the flow…and don’t insist on being right, you can trade feely like this…in-and-out…and when the trade goes against you, just quickly exit, and if price goes in your favor, stay in. It really is that easy.

Choosing the BEST highest probability trades to enter, using the Logical Forex Indicators, makes it where you’ll be “right” waaaaaay more often than you’re wrong…giving you even more reasons to just “bail out fast” when a trade goes against you. You KNOW there will be another opportunity soon that WILL fit the criteria you need to trade with low stress, low risk and high probability.

My Normal Forex Scalping Style

My Normal Forex Scalping Style

Exit #4

My Normal Forex Scalping Style

My Normal Forex Scalping Style

Here endeth the aggressive trades. :-)

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