Fractal Flow Strategy
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The FFS Video Course uses price action reading and precise fractal momentum vectoring to find reversals.

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Built on scientific principles.

74 HD Video Lectures.

Applicable in ANY Market and ANY Timeframe.

It can be used by itself or in alignment with MMS and NTS.

Immediatelly available to download.

High level information for low cost.

Precise Technical Analysis Techniques/Setups.

Frequent Trade Opportunities.

Simple, Solid and Safe Risk Management Guidelines.

Awareness of 38 Psychological Traps of Trading.

LIVE Trade Examples of the Method.

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table of contents
1 – The 6 Dimensions of a Professional Trading Strategy

2 – Contextual Trading

3 – Multitimeframe Analysis

4 – Hierarchy of Signals

5 – Trade Location

6 – Relative Recognition of Market Movements

7 – Subjective Interpretation of Markets

8 – Interdependence of Strategy Dimensions

9 – Technical Analysis

10 – Fractal Flow Strategy Techniques Overview

11 – Price, Momentum and Simple Divergence

12 – Fractal Analysis Concept

13 – Fractal Reversal Divergence

14 – Fractal Hybrid Divergence

15 – Fractal Bar

16 – Auxiliary Tools Introduction

17 – Support and Resistance

18 – Candle Interpretation

19 – Trend Recognition

20 – Risk Management Introduction

21 – Risk/Reward Ratios

22 – Margins of Error

23 – Risk Contraction and Expansion

24 – Position Sizing

25 – Shooting Stops Forward

26 – Trading Psychology

27 – Prospect Theory

28 – The Intelligence Paradox

29 – Availability Heuristic

30 – Attentional Bias

31 – The Illusory Truth Effect

32 – Mere-Exposure Effect

33 – Mood Congruent Bias

34 – Baader-Meinhof Phenomenom

35 – Empathy Gap

36 – Omission Bias

37 – Von Restorff Effect

38 – Focusing Effect

39 – Framing Effect

40 – The Weber-Fechner Law

41 – Confirmation Bias

42 – Semmelweis Reflex

43 – Bias Blind Spot

44 – Clustering Illusion

45 – Naive Realism

46 – Gambler’s Fallacy

47 – Hot Hand Fallacy

48 – The Bandwagon Effect

49 – Zero Sum Bias

50 – Hindsight Bias

51 – Outcome Bias

52 – Restraint Bias

53 – Overconfidence Effect

54 – Dunning-Kruger Effect

55 – Peltzman Effect

56 – Hyperbolic Discounting

57 – Sunk Cost Fallacy

58 – Irrational Escalation

59 – Zero Risk Bias

60 – The Disposition Effect

61 – Pseudo-Certainty Effect

62 – Backfire Effect

63 – Reverse Psychology

64 – The Less-Is-Better Effect

65 – Operational Logic

66 – Trade Plan

67 – EXAMPLE 1 – EURUSD M5 Long Trade with 2nd Degree Fractal Reversal Divergence

68 – EXAMPLE 2 – EURUSD H1 Short Trade with 2nd Degree Fractal Reversal Divergence

69 – EXAMPLE 3 – AUDUSD M15 Short Trade with 2nd Degree Fractal Reversal Divergence

70 – EXAMPLE 4 – AUDJPY M15 Long Trade with 3rd Degree Fractal Hybrid Divergence

71 – EXAMPLE 5 – USDCAD M30 Long Trade with 2nd Degree Fractal Hybrid Divergence

72 – EXAMPLE 6 – EURGBP H1 Short Trade with 3rd Degree Fractal Hybrid Divergence

73 – EXAMPLE 7 – GBPJPY H4 Short Trade with 2nd Degree Fractal Reversal Divergence

74 – EXAMPLE 8 – EURJPY H1 Long Trade using 3rd Degree Fractal Hybrid Divergence

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