Surely you have heard about the 80/20 principle, the trading market is no exception. The banks' traders account for only about 5% of the total market, but the trading volume they hold is up to 92%. So if you do not know how they are trading, it is very difficult for you to make a steady profit.

First, I will reveal to you the first secret about the Traders of those organizations. They don't sit there all day making trading decisions. Most of the time they are simply performing transactions for bank customers. It is commonly known as “clearing the flow”. They can make a few thousand trading a day, but none of them belong to the bank.


They only make 2 to 3 trades per week on their account. These Traders are the ones who are assessed at the end of the year to determine if they deserve the bonuses.


So you can not see Trader banks sitting all day doing scalping orders to make profits. Instead, their approach is extremely methodical, they only make a decision to enter when everything is in orbit (i.e. both in terms of technical and fundamental analysis). That's what you need to know!

Technical analysis is relatively simple, but I often get "stunned" when looking at the charts of customers who come to us for the first time. They often stick to their charts all kinds of indicators, these indicators not only have 3-4 hours lag but even conflict with each other. Trading with these indicators is often the fastest way to blow your account away.

Chart of bank customers

The chart of banks Trader is not like that, in fact, is completely opposite. All they want to know are the key prices in the market. Don't forget that these indicators are intended to predict where the price will go.

Bank traders are the market. If you really understand how they trade, you don't need any more indicators! They make entry decisions based on price resistance levels and changes in economic data. Understanding their technical analysis is the first step towards becoming a good trader, and you will go with the market, not against it.

Bank trader chart

In short, that is simply resistance and support. There are no other messy things in their decision-making.

I won't go into their entry and exit points, but I can tell you that they are not what you think they are. Simple trendlines show you support and resistance levels; Their entry points are another story.


Another important aspect contributing to their trading decision making is the underlying economic data - it covers three main areas, and that's why it's sometimes difficult to determine the direction of the market.

For example, when the political situation contradicts the central bank's statements about money, it is a disconnect. But when there are no political problems, and central-bank policies match the situation of the economy, that's when a pure monetary trend emerges. This is what the bank traders wait for.

The aspect of basic economic data is complex, and understanding it can take years. If you understand it, those are really solid foundations in helping you determine the direction of the market.

You can make a lot of money trading according to the economic data released. And the key to this is in two parts. First, you must understand the underlying economic data and how it affects the market. Second, you have to know how to handle your trading correctly and without hesitation. If you can control this aspect of trading, you will be very confident in trading even large amounts of capital.

Remember, economic data are really the driving forces behind the currencies. By keeping track of the economic data that are released and trading against them, you are not only keeping track of central bank policy issues, but also building your own capital.

The illustration of the number of trade opportunities in the month

And to be truly successful with this trading you also have to really know how to manage your capital, which not only protects you in times of uncertainty but also promotes expansion at good times. That is all the planning you need to master.

A tight capital management system with a good risk-reward ratio as well as an input/output plan is essential. With such a system, you only need to focus on finding entry points, it also helps you to reduce stress and not have to sit for hours in front of the computer to watch the market.

The bank traders don't sit for hours in front of the computer watching the market, and you should too. What you need to do is understand the two basic aspects of technical analysis and economic data mentioned above and have a good capital management system, then you will do like them.

There are many books about "how to beat the bankers", do you find it easy? There is a saying that "If you can't beat them, go with them". Here too, once you understand how banks trade, you will trade with the market, no longer face the monster "market" as before.