Bkforex – NY Session Trading Course
Most you know that New York is the busiest FX market session but how many of you know that it can be divided into five distinct parts with 5 different profit opportunities?
Having spent over 20 years trading the NY hours, we’ve identified predictable price patterns that take place during specific periods of the day such as:
Discover the 5 Parts of the NY Session that Can Make You Money
1. Early NY Session – where trading flows dominate
2. News Block – where you can fade or follow big announcements
3. US Stock Market Open – where market sentiment is determined
4. London Close – unique trend and reversal opportunities happen BEFORE the London close
5. New York Close – best times to initiate swing trades
We promise that you’ll become a better trader by understanding how each of these trading segments work but to accelerate the learning curve, we’re also sharing —
> Our Exclusive NY Session Trading Checklist
> Kathy’s Secret to Unlocking Profits During the Early NY Hours
> Trade NAKED (No Indicators) – Learn Boris’ Way of Trading Price with 90% Accuracy
4 easy ways to bank pips during the Europe-NY hours including how to:
✓ Make Consistent Profits Riding Early NY Flows starting 10:30 GMT
✓ Capitalize on the Pre-London Close 14-15 GMT
✓ Trade the Biggest News Releases like Non-Farm Payrolls with 90% Accuracy
✓ Trade High Volatility and Low Volatility Events for Quick Profits or 100+ pip Gains starting at 12:30 GMT
✓ Trade NAKED (No Indicators) using Boris’ Best Way to Trade Predictable Price Flows throughout the NY session
But that’s not all….
As a BONUS we’re also throwing in a FREE MT4 EA
The New York trading session is teeming with opportunity so don’t miss this chance to learn how to trade it easily and effectively.
1. Forex Trading – Foreign Exchange Course
Want to learn about Forex?
Foreign exchange, or forex, is the conversion of one country’s currency into another.
In a free economy, a country’s currency is valued according to the laws of supply and demand.
In other words, a currency’s value can be pegged to another country’s currency, such as the U.S. dollar, or even to a basket of currencies.
A country’s currency value may also be set by the country’s government.
However, most countries float their currencies freely against those of other countries, which keeps them in constant fluctuation.