Marc Walton's forex mentor blogCheck out our award winning forex mentor blog: Marc Walton Full time trader, fund manager and founder of Forex Mentor Pro, Marc trades Forex for clients from his home in the sunny Canary Islands. Marc is famed for being “spookily accurate” with his analysis. Often picking out entries from 100’s of pips away, “to the pip.”

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US Inflation at record highs, Debt Rising

US Inflation at record highs, Debt Rising

Hi guys, as you will have seen the stock markets and crypto are dropping significantly. US inflation is at record highs and the debt is rising. Why is it happening & what can you do about it? How does it affect forex and more importantly what are you going to do...

BIG potential setups, multiple time frames

BIG potential setups, multiple time frames

Hi everyone, This week we have big potential setups multiple on time frames. The goal is to give everyone a couple more options during any given week.  When you are doing your own analysis, and are looking for possible setups on a smaller time frames, my suggestion is...

Forex Setups for 2022

Forex Setups for 2022

Forex Setups for 2022   Hi everyone, This week I focus on the Forex setups in 2022 and how you can 'build a picture' in order to simplify your trading. Too many people over complicate their trading, to their own detriment, where a simpler approach could achieve...

Inflation hedges.

Inflation hedges.

Hi everyone, Today I would like to mention a few traditional (and one 'newer') inflation hedges. This is not financial advice, just some food for thought for those of you that have been following the recent video and blog posts regarding financial education. Link to...

Don’t Believe that Rumour

Don’t Believe that Rumour

Hi, the old trading mantra of "buy the rumour, sell the news" was brilliantly proven this week with the Bank of Englands interest rate news. In the words of one of my favourite TV characters, Dr Greg House "Everybody lies". A month ago the governor of the Bank of...

Big potential moves and more free resources

Big potential moves and more free resources

Hi everyone, This week I start by reminding you again that the M2 technical and fundamentals we show and teach will allow you to enter any market, whether it's stocks, crypto, metals, oil or forex. I show examples of how I recently used my system (no differently than...

Tips to Improve Credit Card Score

Tips to Improve Credit Card Score

Tips to Improve Credit Card Score - Earn Reward Points of Credit Card If you're looking for ways to increase your credit card score, here are some suggestions that might help. Firstly, make sure to pay your bills on time. This will significantly boost your credit...

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