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.forex mentor blog

 

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Earth & Sky Analysis: Take Five!

Earth & Sky Analysis: Take Five!

Hi everyone, I'm helping out with the Earth & Sky analysis again this week, but Pierre is feeling a lot better and will back next week 🙂 We have a few more setups this week compared to the last few weeks as well as a little bit more variety. 1. USD/CHF -  Long...

Earth & Sky analysis: 3 Kiwi Pairs

Earth & Sky analysis: 3 Kiwi Pairs

Hi everyone, Pierre is still recovering from an illness, so I'll be helping out with the Earth and Sky analysis for the week. The New Zealand volatility of the last week has set us up with three NZD pairs that perfectly fit the rules of the E&S system. As expected...

Live: “The Death of Cash”?

Live: “The Death of Cash”?

Hi, in today's live session we looked at a disturbing trend around the world that could well be coming to your country soon! More importantly how you should make a plan now and take some action 🙂 15 minutes into the presentation I gave some clues as to future...

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