Price Action Trading With The Anti-Climax Pattern
What you'll learn
- Trade overbought and oversold markets with structure and confidence.
- A step-by-step analytical process with diagram and price chart examples.
- Identify trade setups.
- Set trade entry and stop-loss points.
- Use with stock trading, Forex, or futures trading.
- Apply to day trading and swing trading styles.
- Some trading experience.
- Familiarity with basic trading terms and concepts.
Welcome to this course. Here you’ll learn a practical price action trading framework for the Anti-Climax setup.
When a market rises or falls with strong momentum and speed, traders fear they’ll get left behind. The instinctive response is to chase the market, hopping onto the bandwagon at market prices. Eventually, the market runs out of new entrants. This is the beginning of the disappointing end.
This is the Anti-climax – a pattern that will help us fade exhaustive price swings.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to spot Anti-Climax setups, locate trade entry points, and set stop-loss levels.
To enhance the Anti-climax setup, you will also learn how to identify congestion zones that work as reliable support and resistance.
We’ll walk you step-by-step through the process. Diagrams and chart pattern examples are used throughout the course to illustrate the key concepts.
This course is designed for the existing trader who is looking for a structured approach to a classic trading situation; an overbought or oversold market. Instead of using indicators like the Stochastic and RSI, we use a simple and effective price action pattern.
The concepts in this course apply to stock trading, Forex, and futures trading. You can use them with day trading, or swing trading. Price action principles are universal.
Of course, there’s no guarantee you’ll profit. You need to study the material and see what works for you. You may not implement the information exactly, but you’ll get something from the course you can use in your trading.
Please look through the course description, and we hope you’ll join us.
Who this course is for:
- Stock traders, Forex traders, and futures traders.
- Day traders as well as longer-term traders.
Over the years, I have used a variety of trading strategies in many markets, doing both day trading and swing trading. Eventually, I found consistency in trading with a minimalist price action approach and consolidated my experience in writing the book series: Day Trading With Price Action.
I’ve been trading for over a decade. I’ve traded stocks, forex, and futures; both swing-trading and day-trading. My methods are technical analysis and price-action. Like most traders, it took some time, and losses, before I started to figure things out. But eventually, I got to the point where I could trade full time.