Bkforex – Swing Macro Trading Course
Swing Macro is one of our most powerful medium term trend trading strategies. It can be used to:
✓ Identify the BEST Opportunities for +40 Pip Profits 1-2 Times a Week
✓ Use Advanced Money Management Tactics to Select Trades with 94% Accuracy
✓ Takes Only 5 Minutes a Day to Execute
✓ Enter Trades with the Biggest Fundamental Catalysts
✓ Learn How to Trade Crosses — Not Just Major Pairs
✓ Seize on Opportunities Created by Major News Events to Bank Profits in Less than 24 Hours
We are sure that you will love Swing Macro just as much as we do because it is easy to use, takes less than 5 minutes a day and puts you into the best trend trades.
10 Lessons — Instantly Available on Demand!
Learn how to the Swing Macro strategy works in 10 simple and easy to understand videos. Instantly available. Watch them as many times as you want.
Earn Average of 1,700+ Pips a Year
The beauty of Swing Macro is that it only trades when trends are clear because it uses the bullet proof approach of combining technicals, fundamentals and money management. It uses multiple entries to supercharge your odds, leverages on news releases and pairs strong currencies against weak ones.
Takes Only 5 Minutes a Day
Because Swing Macro only trades daily charts and ignores all the intra-day noise, all it takes is 5 minutes a day to set up. You won’t be glued to your computer or Smartphone. Just turn on your computer once a day, check to see if there is any setup and run our EA. Its that EASY!
See how the strategy works
FREE Swing Macro Indicator Included
To make using Swing Macro even easier, we are including an MT4 coded version as part of the course. Don’t worry, we also included a detailed video on how to install the indicator and how to configure it for non-MT4 accounts!
1. Forex Trading – Foreign Exchange Course
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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.