Ultimate Guide To Market Structure (Forex)

In today’s tutorial we will explain exactly how to analyse Market Structure, as well as the best Forex Market Structure Trading Strategy.

Understanding market structure patterns is important in any price action forex trading strategy, so make sure to watch today’s video so that YOU can spot these patterns in the market yourself.


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One of the most misunderstood but one of the most important aspects of trading is that of market structure. Having the ability to properly identify market structure is one of the easiest ways to take your trading to the next level. When you’re aware of the current structure of the market, then you can adjust the trades you take to increase their probability and see much better trading results.

So what exactly is Market Structure? Market Structure is simply a way of categorising price movement, so that we can more accurately determine what the market is likely to do next, {which we’ll be going over shortly}. The fact of the matter is that PRICE HAS MEMORY. Markets do not move in a completely random fashion, day after day. But rather they move in similar ways that they have moved in the past, and if we can effectively identify this price movement then we can greatly increase the probabilities of the trades we take.

So the first type of price movement you will commonly see is the uptrend. In an uptrend price will be forming a pattern of making higher highs and higher lows. So we have a low here, and a high here. Price pulls back and reverses at this point, making a higher low than the previous low. It then pushes upwards further, which gives us our higher high. This swing high is higher than the previous swing high.

These price moves to the upside are called impulses. And these smaller price moves to the downside are called pullbacks. When an impulse move ends and a pullback begins, these turning points in the market will give us our swing highs. And when a pullback ends and the next impulse move beings, this will give us our swing lows. It’s quite common to see previous swing highs in the uptrend form a level of support, and when price pulls back into support it will often reverse and continue higher.

This is the basic market structure of an uptrend. But please note, this is just an illustration of an IDEAL uptrend. In a live market, price movement will NOT always be this smooth, so make sure to keep that in mind.


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