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Marc Walton's forex mentor blog


Check 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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Red Hot Off The Press

Good morning everyone I hope you are all well and ready for this week's trading. One of the pairs we look at already triggered a short out of the Earth and Sky trading zone..did you catch it? The Aussie/JPY triggered from the 55 EMA in the short zone already 70 odd...

How To Become A Succesful Forex Trader

This weekend is Easter so Sunday I shall be enjoying a break with family and instead of the usual blog about the global macro conditions I thought I would pause as we all should and consider the value of educating ourselves in our chosen field. It has been said many...

The market looks like its tiptoeing!!

Good morning everyone. I hope you are all well this stunning Friday morning. Not the best week when it comes to volume/momentum. Some pairs were very very slow to get to our levels of interest but no follow thru after that. Did you notice the Bollinger bands on some...

Keep Calm Its Raining Pips!!

Good morning everyone. Wow wow wow !!! What an awesome week we had so far. Loads of pairs triggered my entry areas I called on Monday and Tuesday and o boy did they give us home runs !! WE HAD A 1000 PIPS ON THE TABLE SO FAR THIS WEEK................... and the best...

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