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3 Steps to Set a Profitable Stop-Loss on Any Candlestick Patterns

Hey, how're you doing? 
I'm going to blow your mind with this first post of year 2018 and show you how EASY it is to set a "profitable" stop-loss, in just 3 simple steps.
"Wait a minute! Do you know what you're talking about? How could a stop-loss be profitable? "
Listen! You can't smell the money if your stop-loss is not set profitably. 
The question that comes to me every day is the following: 
How many pips/ticks/percents away from my entry price I should set my stop-loss at? 
My answer is "It depends."
But, what does it depend on? 

(Full article is available in the Traders Lab on the JCP App.) 

---Become a Profitable Trader---
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What will you get on the JCP app?
Learning Hub to learn the 14 most powerful reversal patterns.  - Pa…

2 Simple Steps to Uncover the Psychology of All Candlestick Patterns

What is the single most important element of Japanese Candlestick Patterns (JCP)? 
The seventh word in the title — Psychology. 
Youmust examine the psychology to validate a JCP. 

I have to warn you here: 
Without examining the psychology, trading the JCP will do you more harm than good!
Without examining the psychology, trading the JCP will not put money in your pocket! 
Without examining the psychology, the JCP is just as good as trash! 
I hope you get it. 
The psychology of the JCP can be examined through observing the development of the candle which must be line with the theory.  
Come, follow me. This is how I do it in 2 simple steps:

(Full article is available in the Traders Lab on the JCP App.) 

---Your Way to Becoming a Profitable Trader---
Want to trade Japanese Candlestick Patterns (JCP) like a Pro? Click here to download the JCP app, for FREE. We promise you that this is the BEST app you've ever had to educate yourself on Japanese Candlestick Patterns. 
What will you get on the JCP a…

You're Reading the Candlestick Patterns WRONG! Here's the RIGHT Way.

I've been receiving thousands of messages asking about the Japanese Candlestick Patterns (JCP). Just in case you don't know, you can reach me by clicking the contact button on the Learning Hub page on the app.   
The questions are more or less the same: 
"Is this a valid Hammer (with a chart attached)?"
"I found a Bullish Engulfing here (chart attached). What should I do tomorrow?"
"It's a Piercing and I should go long. Am I correct (again, chart attached)?"
Day by day, I see the questions repeat themselves just as the JCP on the chart. 
Of course, I'm happy to help you clear your doubts. But I'll be happier to see you being able to think on your feet. 
Sorry for being rude, but I have to say this straight to your face: YOU ARE READING THE JCP WRONG BECAUSE YOU ARE LAZY!
You only want to remember the image of the JCP. You completely ignore all other psychological requirements to form a valid JCP. 
What's even worse is that some cannot remem…

Seeing the "Invisible" Candlestick Patterns — What Steve Nison Didn't Tell You.

WARNING: The Japanese Candlestick Patterns (JCP) are not always visible. 
Yes! You read it correct. The JCP is very good at hiding itself, especially the most powerful one. By making itself "invisible", so many amateur traders (including you) are crying over the missed boat. 
The game of seeing the invisible JCP is the game of hide-and-seek. The only difference is that you're now no longer in the playground (oh, childhood!) but trading ground. 
Do you know how to win the game of hide-and-seek? You don't, apparently. Let me tell you: You first need to identify the personality of each hider. This allows you to figure out later where he could be hiding himself at. Then, GOTCHA! 
The same tactic applies to seeking the invisible JCP: 
First, you have to have a good (not basic) understanding on the core psychology of the JCP. What's the core psychology? Again, you don't know. It isthe raring bull (bear) overthrowing the exhausted bear (bull). 
Second, seek the "the …

The Myth of Gap in Candlestick Patterns (99% of Traders Don't Know!)

Hey. I hope your last week is concluded with a decent profit. 
No worries if it's not because I'll help you. Your hatred on me doesn't matter, I'm going to help you anyway. 
Before we begin, let me ask you a question:
How many of the Japanese Candlestick Patterns (JCP) I introduced have at least one gap in their formation? 
Give me the answer real quick! 
Eight. They are Bullish Engulfing, Bearish Engulfing, Piercing, Dark Cloud Cover, Three White Soldiers, Three Black Crows, Morning Star and Evening Star. 
More often than not, you can't recognize these eight JCP as easy as the Hammer and Shooting Star. Why? The gap. 
No, the problem is not the gap. Instead, the problem is absence of the gap. 
What do I mean by that? Let's flash back to the conventional formation of the eight JCP: 

Did you see the gaps? No? A gap is simply the empty space between the closing price of the previous candle and opening price of the next candle. 
Listen. If the JCP on the live chart is formed…

Is Your Chart Handsome or Ugly to Trade the Candlestick Patterns?

Hey, my boys and girls! Before we dig into the topic, please open the simulator (the fourth tab on your JCP app) and make a few trades. It will help you to better understand today's topic.
Awesome! Now, can you spot one similarity of those charts? Don't tell me they're all candlestick charts. Though you're correct, technically. 
Still struggling? Okay, let me reveal it. 
Those charts areHANDSOME
Yes! Handsome.
The word "Handsome" is used intentionally to create an impression so that you can remember it better. Handsome here simply means the candlesticks areregular and well organized.
Need some examples of handsome charts? Here you go.

These are the type of charts that you want to trade the Japanese Candlestick Patterns (JCP) on. In fact, you should only trade the JCP on the handsome charts. The handsome charts will often make you easy money.If you can't make money on the handsome charts, you're not handsome (No, I din't say you're ugly.)
On the cont…

How to Exit a Profitable Position? (Part 2)

Previously, we talked about the ONLY two ways to exit a position. 
Your way and the market way. 
What is the market way? It's simple. Do whatever the market tells you to do. Follow the sentiment of the market. Listen to the market just as you listen to your parents (many of you don't).
When the market whispers to you:"Hey trader, it's time to exit."You really should get out. As fast as possible. The market is not your home where you disobey your parents and still have them love you. You disobey the market, you pay the price. Fair enough? You naughty kid!
"But I can't hear the market's whisper."
"That's not because you're not listening. But you don't know how to listen."
"Can you tell me how to listen to the market?"
"You know I'll always say YES to you."
The market's whisperalways, always, alwayscomes in the form of Japanese Candlestick Patterns (JCP) formation. 
First of all, let's recall the two typ…