Forex Trading Strategies Module Three: Moving Averages



  • Three separate videos detailing new ways to use moving averages in your trading.
  • Total run time: 1 Hour and 35 minutes
  • Includes instructions on creating a trading system using Bollinger Bands and Parabolic SAR
  • Watch Introductory Video Below


    The Forex Trading Strategies Series is comprised of three separate modules, each teaching one specific strategy.  As no one video is a prerequisite for any others, they can be purchased and utilized separately or together as a set if the trader so chooses.

    The 3 part series teaches and demonstrates trading techniques that Blake has developed over the past 10 years. The techniques shown have become some of his favorites. They include Fibonacci levels tools, Monkeybars, and Moving Averages. Note that these are not the traditional approaches to using these tools that you may already be familiar with, they are much more.

    The 3 part series is broken up into 4 videos per module for a total of 12 videos. Join Blake as he provides the foundation and framework of each set of indicators followed by his modified and proprietary techniques that have given him an edge in finding trends, trades, and targets.

    Module 3 – Moving Averages

    Four Videos, Total Length: 1 Hour and 35 minutes

    Video 1:  
    Setting Up Moving Averages on your Charts using Blake’s Methods

    Video 2:
    Using Moving Averages to Trade
    -single moving average on daily charts
    -how to use slope of moving average as a filter
    -adjusting your stops and adding to positions
    -the 5 candle high/low technique for risk management
    -daytrading and time filters

    Video 3:
    Using Two or More Moving Averages for Cross-Over Trading
    -selecting and using two moving averages
    -entry signals
    -stop adjustments
    -exits and reversals
    -managing risk

    Video 4:
    A Complete Trading System Using Parabolic SAR and Bollinger Bands
    -revisit moving averages
    -explanation of Bollinger Bands
    -avoiding pitfalls of traditional use and misuse
    -adjusting your standard deviations
    -how to use parabolic SAR for trailing stops
    -combining SAR and Bollinger to define your target