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The WRB Analysis Tutorials (Wide Range Body/Bar Analysis) are designed to give you that understanding of the price action that we call market context prior to the appearance of any of your trade signals which is crucial for adapting whenever market conditions change via changes in volatility along with helping you to exploit changes in supply/demand. Simply, WRB Analysis Tutorials helps improve the performance of your trading.
In addition, we expect questions from new traders, traders new to supply/demand analysis, traders new to volatility analysis or traders new to reading technical explanations of price action via objective rules. Further, your responsibility is to take advantage of our free support via asking specific questions especially when you’ve read something in the free technical study guide that’s unclear or doesn’t make any sense to you.
WRB Analysis is an objective rule base analysis but many traders will use it differently in comparison to each other. Thus, WRB Analysis has a discretionary application even though the price action concepts are rule base. In fact, some traders have programmed (coded) WRB Analysis for their own personal use.
Specific Uses of WRB Analysis
You may need to ask questions here at the forum about the below mentioned uses because it may be confusing to you how to merge WRB Analysis with your trade method. In fact, I can create a private thread for you to ask specific discussions about any of the below uses if you do not want other users to know about your trade method or you can post your questions here in the public area of the forum. Creating a private thread for you via request only and the private thread section of this forum is the most active area of the forum.
You can use price action concepts of WRB Analysis to improve your entry signal strategy.
You can use price action concepts of WRB Analysis to improve your stop/loss protection management.
You can use price action concepts of WRB Analysis to improve your profitable trailing stop management.
You can use price action concepts of WRB Analysis to improve your profit targets.
You can use price action concepts of WRB Analysis to identify when market conditions for your trading instruments has changed from range to trend, trend to range, low volatility to high volatility, high volatility to low volatility and it gives you a better way to analyze (understand) the statistics of your trading.
You can use WRB Analysis to give you that critical understanding of the market context prior to the appearance of your trade signals. That understanding will be crucial for helping you to adapt to new or difficult market conditions...helping to minimize drawdown (losing streaks) periods.
Simply, you can use price action concepts of WRB Analysis to improve the performance of your trade strategies or you can use WRB Analysis to design your own trade signal strategies.
Download your free copy of the WRB Analysis Tutorial Study Guide @ http://www.thestrategylab.com/tsl/forum/viewtopic.php?f=119&t=718
If you're unable to download the above study guide attachment or you don't have a .doc word file reader, you can access the free study guide @ http://www.scribd.com/wrbtrader as a .pdf file reader. Also, Scribd has an app for iPad/iPod/Android so that you can read the WRB Analysis free study while mobile (away from your computer). In addition, it's highly recommended that you avoid downloading the WRB Analysis Tutorials from other sources because files posted elsewhere may be older versions or edited/uploaded by someone that intentionally changed the information to be inaccurate. Therefore, only get your WRB Analysis Free Study Guide only from TheStrategyLab.com or Scribd.com Copyright © 2000 TheStrategyLab.com
Do not attempt to use WRB Analysis Tutorials without a trade signal strategy. WRB Analysis is designed to improve the performance of your trade signal strategies and to give you a stronger understanding of the price action you're trading. Simply, if you do not follow our instructions, WRB Analysis will not be useful to you.
Therefore, WRB Analysis Tutorials is only for traders that have a trade signal strategy. Yet, if you do not have a trade signal strategy to use with WRB Analysis...you can use our Fading Volatility Breakout (FVB) trade signal strategy @ http://www.thestrategylab.com/tsl/forum/viewforum.php?f=89
The WRB Analysis Tutorials has been downloaded an currently used by traders worldwide from Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong (China), India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico (U.S.), Saudi Arabia, Slovakia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, United Kingdom (UK), United States and Venezuela.
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