Scalping is Fun! 2
Part 2: Practical examples
Scalping is the fastest way to make money in the stock market. There is hardly another method that can be found that increases a trader’s capital more effectively. I explain why this is so in this four-part series on scalping.
In this second book, I deepen my setup with many practical examples. You will learn how to interpret Heikin-Ashi charts correctly, when to get into a market and when to get out. Also, you will learn how to combine the setup with important principles of technical analysis.
This highly effective scalping strategy can be applied in a short time frame; for instance, a 1-minute chart in addition to other higher time frames. You can trade using this universal method in equity indices and in the currency markets. Typical instruments, however, are futures and currencies.
Table of Contents:
1. Scalping with Technical Analysis
2. How do I Interpret Heikin Ashi Charts?
3. When do I Get In?
4. When do I Get Out?
5. Working with Price Objectives
6. Heikin Ashi Scalping in Practice
7. Does Technical Analysis Help While Heikin Ashi Scalping?
A. Support and Resistance
B. Swing High and Swing Low of the Past Days
C. The Importance of the Round Number in Forex
8. How do I Recognize Trend Days?
9. How do I Scalp Trend Days?
About the Author:
Heikin Ashi Trader is the pen name of a trader who lives in Berlin, Germany. He has more than 17 years of experience in daytrading futures, forex trading and swingtrading commodities.