He has a monthly readership of , traders and has taught over 20, students. The pin bar price action pattern is a very powerful trading signal and one of my personal favourites.
There are many subtleties to trading pin bars and my other price action signals that you must understand and master before you can really become a successful price action trader. My trading style is all about waiting for the best price action trade signals to form. I absolutely do not jump at every pin bar or every price action signal that I see in the market.
But, as a general rule of thumb, such pins are few and far between and they are more difficult to trade then pin bars in obviously trending markets. This means, you will only look for trending markets or currency pairs , other non-trending charts you can just ignore for now.
Focusing only on trending markets is especially important whilst you are learning how to trade pin bars. The first step to becoming a master pin bar trader, is learning to trade trending markets on the daily chart time frame and then the 4 hour chart time frame.
However, make sure if you are trading the 4 hour chart, you take pin bars that are in-line with the daily chart trend direction. To learn more about how to trade trending markets, check out this tutorial on how to trade trending markets. After you have mastered pin bars in trending markets, you can look for pin bars that simply form at key levels of support or resistance in the market.
Key chart levels add a powerful factor of confluence to a pin bar setup and you can look at key chart levels for pin bars in trends, range-bound markets or even for counter-trend pin bars. The pin bar at its core, is a reversal signal, and the more the tail is protruding out from the surrounding price action or through a level, the stronger the rejection and reversal at that price point is.
The stronger the reversal, the higher-probability the pin bar has of working out, generally speaking. There are subtle differences in a good pin bar vs. Simple but strong strategy. Understood, every pin bar formation is not a price action signal. I must admit that you are completely great at what you do.
I am a novice trader but when I read your article centred on trading like a sniper and trading like a crocodile I was really impressed. Each time I read your articles I learn more and more about you and how great a trader you are.
I have a couple of questions for you. I would to know how to accurately draw support and resistance lines from the scratch. I would be very pleased to hear your response pretty soon. In short is it advisable to trade a particular currency on both side or to dwell in the direction of the trend. I like your teaching.
It is simple and honest. It is all about knowledge and mastering your technique and not get rich quick. Thanks so much for sharing. Thanks for your nice article and I will request you write similar on fakes and inside bar as I am finding some difficulties on those.
A very well laid out lesson. Nial Fullers forex course that I purchased a few years a go and the daily commentary that I receive as a member has really paid off handsomely. Thanks Nial for the great training I have received and still receiving. Thanks Nial, Very useful and easy to learn. I think no one could share with this kind of advice in the web. Thanks for the lesson on pin bar trading. Powerful and straight to the point, especially looking to avoid low probability set ups.
You just kept on simplifying trading for us. Get used to it. I have noticed that when a long pinbar forms, alot of the time, the price eventually ends up returning to the low point of the pin bar. Do you have any idea why this is? I have a lesson on how to deal with this situation, check it out here: Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. Any Advice or information on this website is General Advice Only - It does not take into account your personal circumstances, please do not trade or invest based solely on this information.
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Mohamed Khaled January 2, at 4: Thanks Nial, you are always fascinating. Rajah kumaran November 3, at 3: Thank you Nial Fuller, excellent lesson. Ude Wilson Ibom November 3, at 3: Especially tip 3 is very key. Kingfisher October 25, at 1: Execellent work thank you. Syed Moheuddin October 22, at Hello Nial, Thanks for your nice article and I will request you write similar on fakes and inside bar as I am finding some difficulties on those. Anthonyus Kuswanto October 21, at 9: Joe Palsson October 21, at 4: Sergii October 20, at 1: Timm Layne October 20, at 7: Thanks for that, very good lesson.
Marisa October 20, at 6: As simple and clear as possible. Well done Nial and thank you Reply. Thank you so much for these treasures from you soul. Bruno Samuel Chimdi Ilobinso October 20, at 2: Many thanks to Nial!!! Your articles are very useful and carry a lot of sense! PaulG October 20, at 1: Rashid October 20, at Shekhar October 20, at Anil October 20, at Michael October 19, at Nice article, I use pin bars a lot in trading binary options and it works like charm for me.
Hi Nial Thanks for your good blogs. Nial Fuller October 20, at 1: Just excellent,Really you are a good teacher. Thanks a lot sir. Farkhad October 19, at 2: Leave a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.More...