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Forex strategy e-books that are listed here provide information on the specific trading strategies as well as the use of particular Forex trading instruments. Basic knowledge of Forex trading is required to correctly understand and use these strategies.

Almost all Forex e-books are in .pdf format. You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to open these e-books. Some of the e-books (those that are in parts) are zipped.

If you are having problems downloading the books and you are using Google Chrome, try right-clicking a book download link and choose 'Save link as. '

If you are the copyright owner of any of these e-books and do not want us to share them, please contact me and I will gladly remove them.

1-2-3 System ó a simple pattern trading system by Mark Crisp.

Bollinger Bandit Trading Strategy ó a trading system based on Bollinger bands indicator by unknown author.

Traders Trick Entry ó by Traders Educators of Traders University.

Fibonacci Trader Journal ó a journal covering different trading techniques based on Fibonacci indicators, by Robert Krausz. 12 issues.

Rapid Forex ó a set of aggressive Forex trading strategies (Rapid Forex) by Robert Borowski and Stephen A. Pierce.

Microtrading the 1 Minute Chart ó a small e-book aimed on Forex newbies to teach them the basics of M1 scalping.

BunnyGirl Forex Trading Strategy Rules and FAQ ó set of rules for a BunnyGirl trading strategy based on WMA crossing.

Forex Trader's Cheat Sheet ó real Forex cheat sheet for position entry times/conditions by Quantum Research Management Group.

Offset Trading ó a basic Forex news trading range breakout system by Dana Martin.

FX Wizard ó essential Forex trading rules by Rob Walton.

FX Destroyer ó a description of a rather simple Forex trading strategy, involving moving averages, parabolic SAR and ADX indicators, by Izu Franks.

A Practical Guide to Swing Trading ó a simple and practical guide to the swing trading strategy, by Larry Swing.

Practical Fibonacci Methods for Forex Trading ó practical guide to Fibonacci levels with the real trade examples of the Forex strategy based on these levels, by Ken Marshall and Rob Moubray.

Using The Heikin-Ashi Technique ó a short but detailed guide to trading using Heikin-Ashi charting technique, by Dan Valcu.

The Day Trade Forex System ó an indicator-based strategy with detailed description, chart examples and minor advertising, by Erol Bortucene and Cynthia Macy.

5/13/62 ó a revised and updated EMA-based Forex trading strategy explained in the 3-grade language, by Rob Booker.

Not So Squeezy Trading Manual ó a description for the rather interesting trading strategy that utilizes indicators package under the same name, by Akuma99.

KobasFX Strategy ó a simple MA+MACD Forex trading strategy by Obaseki O. A.

Killer Patterns ó a simple trading strategy based on MACD and trend lines by Philip Birchley.

3D Trading ó a detailed description of a trading strategy that employs Elliott Waves, price & time patters, Gann rules, Williams' Percentage Range and MACD indicators; by Ruben Topaz.

4 Hour MACD Forex Strategy ó a set of rules and recommendations for the 4-hour MACD strategy that also uses moving averages and horizontal lines; by Phillip Nel.

WRB Analysis Tutorial ó the first three chapters of the WRB Analysis Tutorials by TheStrategyLab.com. It covers the basics of the Wide Range Bars and Hidden Gaps chart formations.

Consolidation Breakout Signals on the Forex Market ó an introduction to consolidation patterns breakouts by Duane Shepherd. It offers some examples but lacks some explanations.

The Impact of Economic News on Financial Markets ó a study of effect some important US economic news have on currency pairs ó by John C. Parker.

Crowds, Crashes, and the Carry Trade ó a research on how carry trade crowdedness amplifies the carry trade crashes ó by Valeri Sokolovski.

Forex Swing Trading: The Ultimate Guide + PDF Cheat Sheet

Finding the right Forex strategy is tough.

Where do you start? How do you know when youíve found the right one?

Considering the thousands of trading strategies in the world, the answers to these questions are difficult to pin down.

It only gets worse when you add the endless number of technical indicators.

But it doesnít have to be that way.

Why not start with identifying a suitable trading style, such as Forex swing trading?

Compared to the seemingly endless numbers of strategies, there are far fewer trading styles. While the exact figure is debatable, I would argue that there are less than ten popular styles in existence.

Once youíve identified a trading style that fits your personality, it becomes much easier to find a suitable strategy within that style.

Exclusive Bonus: Download the Forex Swing Trading PDF Cheat Sheet that will show you the exact 6-step process I use when trading the Forex market.

If you have identified swing trading as a candidateóor just want to know more about itóthen this post is for you.

By the time you finish, you will know exactly what swing trading is and whether itís right for you. I will also share a simple 6-step process that will have you profiting from market swings in no time.

Read on to learn how to make swing trading work for you.

Trading Styles vs. Strategies

Before we move on, itís important to know the difference between styles and strategies.

As I mentioned above, there are far fewer trading styles than there are strategies.

Here are a few of the most popular styles:

  • Swing trading
  • Day trading
  • Scalping (often a subset of day trading)
  • Position trading
  • High-frequency trading

Within each of these, there are hundreds if not thousands of strategies. In other words, there are many different ways to day trade just as there are many ways to swing trade.

Itís up to each trader to make the style his or her own.

For instance, one day trader may use the 3 and 8 exponential moving averages combined with slow stochastics. Another trader of the same style may use a 5 and 10 simple moving average with a relative strength index.

Both are considered day traders, but their strategies are different.

The same goes for swing trading. The endless number of indicators and methods means that no two traders are exactly alike.

Thatís especially true once you add human psychology as a variable.

In summary, trading styles define broad groups of market participants, while strategies are specific to each trader.

What is Forex Swing Trading?

As the name implies, swing trading is an attempt to profit from the swings in the market.

These swings are made up of two partsóthe body and the swing point.

As traders, itís our job to time our entries in a way that catches the majority of each swing body.

While catching a swing point can be incredibly lucrative, it isnít absolutely necessary.

In fact, attempting to catch the extreme tops and bottoms of swings can lead to an increase in losses. The best way to approach these trades is to stay patient and wait for a price action buy or sell signal.

Iíll get into those various strategies shortly. For now, just know that the swing body is the most lucrative part of any market move.

Later in this lesson, I will also show you a way to use those swing points to evaluate momentum.

Day Trading vs. Swing Trading

On the opposite end of the spectrum from swing trading we have day trading. These two couldnít be further apart.

As you now know, the goal with swing trading is to catch the larger swings in the market. Naturally, this requires a holding period that spans a few days to a few weeks.

Day trading, on the other hand, uses very short holding periods; sometimes just a few seconds.

There are other styles of trading, but these are two of the most popular.

Iíll get into some of the pros and cons of both, but first letís take a look a simple 6-step process for swing trading.

Step 1: Move to the Daily Time Frame

I spend most of my time on the daily charts. They offer a bigger picture of whatís happening with the price action and provide more reliable signals.

However, not all daily time frames are created equal.

I use a specific type of chart that uses a New York close. Each 24-hour session closes at 5 pm EST, which is considered the Forex marketís unofficial closing time.

It is possible to use the 4-hour charts for swing trading, but Iíve found that the daily works best.

My suggestion is to start with the daily time frame. Once you become profitable at swing trading with the daily, feel free to move to the 4-hour time frame.

As a general rule, price action signals become more reliable as you move from the lower time frames to higher ones.

Step 2: Draw Key Support and Resistance Levels

Apart from Step 1, this is the most important piece of the entire process.

Think of drawing key support and resistance levels as building the foundation for your house. Itís impossible to identify favorable swing trades without them.

Before I show you some examples using swing trades, letís define the two types of levels.

Horizontal support and resistance

These are the most basic levels you want on your charts. They provide a great foundation for trading swings in the market and offer some of the best target areas.

If you want to know how to draw support and resistance levels, see this post.

Trend lines

Not all technical traders use trend lines. If Iím being honest, I have no idea why someone would ignore them, especially a swing trader.

They not only offer you a way to identify entries with the trend, but they can also be used to spot reversals before they happen.

Be sure to review the lesson I wrote on trend strength (see link above). It will explain everything you need to know to use trend lines in this manner.

Step 3: Evaluate Momentum

At this point, you should be on the daily time frame and have all relevant support and resistance areas marked.

Remember how I mentioned using swing points to evaluate momentum earlier in the post?

Well, this is where those swing highs and lows come in handy.

There are three types of market momentum or lack thereof.

  1. Uptrend: Higher highs and higher lows
  2. Downtrend: Lower highs and lower lows
  3. Range: Sideways movement

A market thatís in an uptrend is carving higher highs and higher lows.

Notice how each swing point is higher than the last. You want to be a buyer during bullish momentum such as this.

On the opposite end of the spectrum we have a downtrend. In this case, the market is carving lower highs and lower lows.

You want to be a seller here.

Weíll get into the various price action signals in the next step.

Last but not least is a ranging market. As the name implies, this occurs when a market moves sideways within a range.

Although the chart above has no bullish or bearish momentum, it can still generate lucrative swing trades.

In fact, ranges such as the one above can often produce some of the best trades. This is mostly due to the way that support and resistance levels stand out from the surrounding price action.

Just look at the two pin bars in the chart below.

Step 4: Watch for Price Action Signals

Letís review where you should be at this point.

Steps 1 and 2 showed you how to identify key support and resistance levels using the daily time frame.

Then in Step 3, you learned to evaluate the marketís momentum. This tells you whether the market is in an uptrend, a downtrend or range-bound.

If the market is in an uptrend, you want to begin watching for buy signals from key support.

My two favorite candlestick patterns are the pin bar and engulfing bar. You can learn more about both of these signals in this post.

Here is a great example of a bullish pin bar that occurred at key support during an uptrend.

The goal is to use this pin bar signal to buy the market. By doing this, we can profit as the market swings upward and continues the current rally.

On the flip side, if the market is in a downtrend, you want to watch for sell signals from resistance.

Again, we use a signal like the pin bar to identify the swing high, also called the swing point.

You might not catch the entire swing, and thatís okay. The idea is to catch as much of it as possible, but waiting for confirming price action is crucial.

When looking for setups, be sure to scan your charts. Donít make the mistake of searching for setups.

Those two actions may sound similar but they are far from it.

Scanning for setups is more of a qualitative process. In other words, youíre scanning for the very best setups and if you donít find anything, thatís okay.

Most traders feel like they need to find a setup each time they sit down in front of their computer. This is called searching for setups.

So remember to scan for swing trade opportunities; never go searching for them.

Step 5: Identify Exit Points

There are two rules when it comes to identifying exit points.

The first rule is to define a profit target and a stop loss level. Many traders make the mistake of only identifying a target and forget about their stop loss.

Donít make that mistake. In order to calculate your risk as explained in the next step, you must have a stop loss level defined.

The second rule is to identify both of these levels before risking capital. This is the only time you have a completely neutral bias.

As soon as you have money at risk, that neutral stance goes out the window. It then becomes far too easy to place your exit points at levels that benefit your trade, rather than basing them on what the market is telling you.

So whatís the best way to identify your exit points?

Simple. Just use the support and resistance levels you identified in Step 2.

Remember that bullish pin bar on the GBPUSD? (See Step 4 if you need a refresher.)

Here is a simple way to determine a profit target.

In this case, the GBPUSD rallied past our target, and thatís okay.

Remember that the goal is to catch the majority of the swing. We donít need to catch the entire move to make a profit.

We can do the same thing with the AUDNZD bearish pin bar from Step 4.

Remember, those horizontal areas and trend lines are your foundation.

Once they are on your chart, use them to your advantage. That involves watching for entries as well as determining exit points.

Step 6: Calculate and Manage Risk

Once you have identified your exit points for the trade, itís time for some risk management.

Before I discuss how to identify stop loss levels and profit targets, I want to share two important concepts.

The first is R-multiples. This is a way to calculate your risk using a single number.

For instance, a setup with a 100 pip stop loss and a 300 pip target is 3R.

Similarly, if your risk is $100 and you stand to make $500, the risk to reward ratio is 5R.

The second concept I want to discuss is asymmetry.

A favorable risk to reward ratio is one where the payoff is at least twice the potential loss. Written as an R-multiple, that would be 2R or greater.

You can learn about both of these concepts in greater detail in this post.

When calculating the risk of any trade, the first thing you want to do is determine where you should place the stop loss.

For a pin bar, the best location is above or below the tail.

The same goes for a bullish or bearish engulfing pattern. A stop loss thatís approximately 10 to 20 pips above or below the candlestick being traded is a good place to start.

Now that you have the stop loss placement identified, itís time to determine the profit target.

This is where those key levels come into play once more. Remember that when swing trading the goal is to catch the swings that occur between support and resistance levels.

So if the market is trending higher and a bullish pin bar forms at support, ask yourself the following question.

Where is the next key resistance level?

The answer will not only tell you where to place your target, but will also determine whether a favorable risk to reward ratio is possible.

If it is, then you may have a valid buying opportunity in front of you.

If not, you may want to stay on the sideline.

Is Swing Trading Right for You?

There is no right or wrong answer here. After more than a decade of trading, I found swing trades to be the most profitable.

Keep in mind that Iíve tried just about every trading style and strategy under the sun. Before 2010 I experimented with everything from one-minute scalping strategies to trading Monday gaps.

However, just because swing trading Forex has worked for me doesnít mean it wonít work for you.

Finding a profitable style has more to do with your personality and preferences than you may know. In fact, if your chosen style doesnít fit your personality, you are bound to struggle.

The key points below will help you decide if swing trading is right for you.

You might want to be a Forex swing trader if:

Ė You donít mind holding trades for several days

Most Forex swing trades last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. This means holding positions overnight and sometimes over the weekend.

There are, of course, a few ways to manage the risks that accompany a longer holding period. One way is to simply close your position before the weekend if you know there is a chance for volatility such as a government election.

Ė You want more freedom with your time

Swing trading Forex is what allowed me to start Daily Price Action in 2014. Without using this style of trading, there is no way Iíd have the time to maintain this website.

On average, I spend no more than 30 or 40 minutes reviewing my charts each day. Spending more time than this is unnecessary and would expose me to the risk of overtrading.

Ė You donít mind taking fewer trades but making more on each one

Because swing trading Forex works best on the higher time frames, opportunities are limited. You may only get five to ten setups each month.

However, the return from each one can be much greater than those who day trade.

For instance, my minimum risk to reward ratio is 3R. That means for every 1% of my account balance at risk, I stand to make a 3% profit.

Ė Youíre looking for a slower paced style of trading

When it comes to trading Forex, slow isnít a bad thing. In fact, a slower paced style like swing trading gives you more time to make decisions which leads to less stress and anxiety.

So, if youíre looking for a more relaxed way to trade the market, swing trading might be the answer.

Ė You have a full-time job or school

I wasnít always a stay at home trader. Having the ability to trade Forex around my work schedule was a huge advantage.

Had I needed to sit in front of my charts all day to watch every tick, it wouldnít have been possible. This is the kind of freedom swing trading can offer.

You might NOT want to be a Forex swing trader if:

Ė Youíre looking for an action-packed style of trading

There is nothing fast or action-packed about swing trading. Itís a style where the slower-paced, more disciplined traders win.

I will go as far as to say that if your holding period is more than a few days and your trading isnít boring, youíre doing something wrong.

Ė You donít mind making a small amount on each position

As a swing trader, your average profit for a successful trade might be 2% or greater.

Most day traders, on the other hand, make a much smaller amount per profitable trade. They make up for it in volume, but the return per execution is relatively small.

Ė You canít stand the idea of holding positions overnight

Most swings last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. As such, swing traders will find that holding positions overnight is a common occurrence.

If you canít sleep knowing you have capital at risk or unrealized profit at stake, then swing trading might not be for you.

Ė You need to know if youíre right or wrong immediately

I have held several positions for over a month. Some have even lasted for two or three months, particularly when Iíve traded a reversal on the weekly time frame.

Longer-term trades such as this require patience. It may take several days, weeks, and sometimes months before you know if your analysis was correct.

That said, trailing your stop loss to lock in some profit along the way does help to relieve most of that pressure.

Ė You get anxious when trades go against you

In most cases, the market wonít take off in your intended direction right away. Drawdown is something all traders have to deal with regardless of how they approach the markets.

However, drawdown can last longer for a swing trader. It doesnít mean you stand to lose more money, but positions can remain negative much longer than if you were day trading.

Final Words

Forex swing trading is one of the most popular trading styles around, and for good reason.

It allows for a less stressful trading environment while still producing incredible returns. Itís also great if you have a day job or school to attend.

Having accurate levels is perhaps the most important factor. If you canít rely on the support and resistance levels on your chart, you wonít be able to trade with confidence.

In my experience, the daily time frame provides the best signals. Just make sure you use New York close charts where each session ends at 5 pm EST. Check with your broker to be sure.

The best way to remove emotions from trading and ensure a rational approach to the markets is to identify exit points in advance. If you wait until you have an open position, itís too late.

Above all, stay patient. Remember that it only takes one good swing trade each month to make considerable returns.

Now It's Your Turn.

Are you ready to start swing trading the Forex market?

If so, you definitely want to download the free Forex swing trading PDF that I just created.

It contains the 6-step process I use. And if youíre unsure whether this style of trading is right for you, it will help with that too.

Click the link below and enter your email to get instant access to the cheat sheet.

Great inside, i m practising this strategy lately

Itís a great way to trade just about any market. Let me know if you have questions.

What a great information, itís a real catedra. Congratulations

Pleased you enjoyed it, Alfonso. Cheers.

Great post as usual Justin

Impressive trading style explained wonderfully..

Glad to hear that. Thanks for commenting.

Excellent work. Thank you providing free info.

Anytime, Bedin. Feel free to reach out if you have questions.

Swing trading for life!
I donít want stress I get enough of that at work.!

Totally with you on that one, Roy!

Hi Roy, it is by far the best approach for a less stressful trading experience. Just my opinion, of course.

Good way of teaching. I would like to make an investment with you if you would like to do it for both of our benefits ensuring slow and steady profits.

Pleased you liked it.

Another helpful article and more confirmation that I am in the right place with Daily Price Action.

Swing trading very much fits around my lifestyle, although this week was the first week I had held a trade for more than a day, which had me checking my charts more often than is healthy!

I much prefer the pace of swing trading the daily charts and the time you get to analyse trades before pulling the trigger.

I still canít believe how much decent free content you publish, way more than your average expensive course.

Cheers for the help and Iíll see you in the forum.

Great to hear, Dan. The extra time to evaluate setups along with market conditions is one of my favorite aspects of swing trading.

Thanks for sharing. Cheers.

Youíre very welcome.

Hi Justin, you are there at it again, what a wonderful expository post.I will start the practice right away because it suits my personality.

Thanks for the kind words, Euphemia. Glad you enjoyed it.

Thank you Justin for your wonderful clear and concise presentation on swing trading. I am an ex trader that needed to get back in the ĎswingĒ of things and felt it was very difficult to get into since I left.

Not only did I think it was an easy read: clear, concise, simple, no fluffÖ , but it also gave me confidence in re-understanding the forex market and having a straight line to trying swing trading again possibly along with pre-Elliott Wave theory I learned from an old mentor I had.

5 star rating. Many many thanks with best regards.

Youíre welcome, Daniel. Feel free to reach out with any questions as you transition back to the trading lifestyle.

Clear and concise delivery on how to trade using Price Action. Thank you Justin. All the best.

Thanks, David. Always happy to help.

How do i upload a picture here mrÖÖ.

Swing-trading with options is more lucrative, but you canít stay on too long. 1-4 days tops. Less if the option has just a week left. Get a slightly out of the money strike.

Divergence gets you in before the move usually and lack of time gets you out fast.

Thatís how 500 bucks becomes 3K in 48 hours.

If youíre risking more bucks then buy options with 4-6 weeks and play the same divergence game. Exit in a week or two if youíre deep in the money.

Thatís how 5K turns into 40K in a week.

Put at 30 to 50 % your risk capital.

Thatís one inspiring and educational topic ever read ??. Thanks Justin

Youíre welcome. Glad to hear that.

Thanks Justin for information .You just make trading simpler for me.I value your input.Keep well!

Youíre welcome. I always try to keep things simple. Itís good to hear that itís working. Cheers.

Great refresher lesson Justin, thanks.

Youíre welcome, Vincenzo.

Thank you for all your patient teachings. When it comes to drawing support & resistance levels, how can one utilise the Fibonacci tool? Wonít the Fibonacci levels always be the same as the support & resistance levels?

Danita, the post below will help. Cheers.

awsome post your hellp as a technical expert is valuable to us

if i want to hold position for more than 6 months is it good to use monthly time frame

The holding period wonít necessarily dictate the time frame you use. It comes down to how you define your targets and whether the strategy youíre using works best on the daily, weekly or monthly charts.

Thanks Justin for this free forex education i am better now and i can see the progress, All i need is to join the community

Itís my pleasure. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks for stopping by.

I used to think swing trading and day trading is one and the same thing,now I know on which side I belong,thanks Jb

Good article Thanks for sharing great information of Forex Swing Trading.

Hi Justin
I have been missing out on profits with my trades by not identifying a target. I have gone trough your Forex Swing Trading lessons which has cleared my mind but what I would like to know is whether I should move my stop to the resistance or support area when the price has moved beyond
Kind Regards

I like a bit of both swing & action trading can you give more info on 4H swing trading. Since I have been using price action ( which you showed me) my trading has become more stable less losses.
Thanks Justin

Youíre welcome. I donít do too much on the 4-hour charts these days.

Ah, nice article. It improves my confidence in daily price action trading which consist swing trading. Thanks again Sir.

WoW..This is great and awesome work Justin..Patience pays and i believe this trading style fits me perfectly, plus the best things in life are free and youíre not charging anything at all..Thank you very much for this..Iíve been demo-ing and looks great, i just ďset it and forget itĒ its been a week now and i am about $250 in profit on the EURNZD short trade i took on the daily, i mean i couldnít make that much before through day trading unless i risk by taking multiple multiple orders on one trade but swing trading only one order risking 3% got me up that much and trailed my stop loss and locked in at least $100..February 2018 am officially adopting this trading style and its highly profitable..
Thanks once again Justin.

Greetings guys. Iíve been trading for the past 2 years. its really been a bumpy road since i went the self taught route. i really would love to receive any form of help from someone who has found success in this market. Be it advice, books to read or anything that can help me move forward

Hi Mr Bennett, Iím new. When you say l go to daily frame, all l know there is that the action is shown by one candle or a bar. Please help

You are a great teach, God bless you with more knowledge, looking forward to join the forum

Justin, you always explain these forex concepts with great clarity. Thanks for sharing your knowledge!

As a swing trader can Fibonacci be used to identify the reversals? If yes how do you know when to use Fibonacci and how it works?

Justin valuable information, Iím in the process of training and itís been almost three years of learning and Iíve spent a few months just dedicated to swing operations and my trading has improved ostensibly, not only for the psychological part but for the different way of seeing the market. I work a very small real account but I hope to increase it in the future.
I have a question in my operation I only look at the daily charts as a reference, I rely on 4H graphics, do you think Iím doing well? or should I get used to handling D.
Thank you for the valuable information you share, see you.
I apologize for the English but I use google translator.

Thanks. This was quite informative. You should write a book with all this info.

if you check the whole site. coach has a wealth of information in how to become a profitable trader.

Thanks i needed a boost i was lacking a little of these

hi justin.I am interested in the Forex swing trading course and i deposited your account for $ 7.but I still did not receive the course.please check it

thank you so much for this priceless information. i just came into learning how to trade forex last week. i will very much appreciate your support any time. God bless

Great post my boss hope one day I will be under your mentorship

Thanks for the content. I just wanted to ask, in your opinion, is it wise to focus on a few pairs or should i scan as many pairs as possible for set ups?

Yes I also love that question

Hi there.. i would like to be a swing trader

Thank you sir. I like holding trade for some time and with this content, I no it will help me become a better trader and swing trader.

Mr. Bennett i there a way to upload a picture here pleaseÖÖ. thereís some chart that i tried to plot s&r, i want you to see if am right or wrongÖ.

Very proud to be part of this noble lessons.

Please may i ask if it will be good using the zigzag indicator on meta trader platform to get the swing high and low.

Trade broken to the understanding of a novice. Swing trade will be my course. I really love this Justin

Thank you for this your great heart of giving, and not just giving, but qualitative and insightful giving. I canít wait to start profiting from these insights. Thank you once again, Justin.

Very well explained and easy to grasp.Good job.

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