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.”

Unlike most “guru’s” he and the other mentors here tell you in advance what they are looking to trade and why. That way you can learn to become a successful trader in your own right.


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Fibonacci Rules

Fibonacci is a very popular tool used by forex traders and was developed in the 13th century by a mathematician named Leonardo Fibonacci. Essentially it is a series of numbers with each number adding up to the previous two. The Fibonacci sequence is 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5,...

Brexit and Aussie Bias

This week Marc Walton talked about trades he was considering and looked at opportunities in the Australian Dollar while remaining cautious around Brexit related pairs such as the GBP and Euro. Below is an excerpt from Sundays trading plan which is produced weekly....

Marc’s Trades show

This week Marc Walton shows some of his trades from last week. In particular, how a trade can be planned weeks in advance and patience turned into profits. Over to Marc. I used a gap at the market open to enter the Aud/Nzd. I explained this in detail in Tuesday live...

Pierre’s Tuesday Tidbits

As clockwork Pierre provided his Tuesday outlook for his extremely successful Earth and Sky Forex Trading System. Each week he advises students what to look for, key levels, why and what to expect from the market. Below is a snippet of this weeks analysis....

Marc’s weekly trade plan

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a mentor watching over your shoulder helping you pick the right trades? Below is a snippet from this weeks weekly analysis from our resident professional forex trader Marc Walton. Last week saw yet more positive...

Marc demonstrates his 200 pip GBP trade

Mark explains in this post how he preplanned a trade for the GBP/USD which turned into a monster 200 pip winning forex trade. Hi, I explained why and where I was looking to trade the Gbp/$: "My bias is still to short and 1.3290 is the A grade for me." That was 240...

Forex Fundamentals: Fangs That Bite

Forex Fundamentals by full time trader & analyst, Judith Waker. Hardly the lazy hazy days of summer yet. Last week we had another set of plusses and minuses to grapple with, and account for, Add to that a market close on Friday that reintroduced that risk aversion...

Trade Fundamentals: Rhetoric and Reality

The focus so far this week has been on the EU again.  Mr Trump has made some agreements on tariffs, which includes benefits to the US to enable zero rates to both countries on non-auto goods. The question of auto tariffs is a big one for the EU and is not under this...

Rock Paper Scissors

It is quite a game trying to keep up with the market focal points and make sense of the news released. The ECB forum in Portugal has cemented the views expressed last week but the three central banks, US ECB and the BOJ. The US is still seeing the justification and...

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