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Ichimoku Advanced Japanese Techniques

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The Ichimoku Advanced Japanese Techniques video course is a course that will take you beyond the basic signals of Ichimoku. Not many Ichimoku traders in the Western civilization are familiar with the techniques this course will teach you. Get prepared to learn the Three Pillars of Ichimoku which are the Price Theory, Time Theory & Wave Theory. Japanese traders who trade Ichimoku will tell you that the most important aspect is the Time Theory. All this time you have been looking at the basic crossovers and breakout provided by the system! Well get prepared to learn aspects of Ichimoku that will totally blow your mind! You will not find this stuff on the internet!

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    Amazing insight. A method that resonates with me.

    This is the very reason why I subscribed to FX at one glance. After struggling with other confusing and other more complicated forms of technical analysis, I sought a simpler way to conduct my analysis. I an convinced that I have found it in Ichimoku. This is simply because I can understand it and have been able to apply it to my personal trading. Carl’s way of explaining the concepts and providing real world examples using historic and live charts really drives the ideas home. This has truly given me the confidence to ask myself the right questions before I open my positions.

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    Great continuation of the Ichimoku basics

    Ichimoku has everything built in. In my opinion it’s as complete as it gets. Mr Hosada had it figured out and Mr Burgette knows how to convey the knowledge. Well done.

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