Building Your Watchlist: How to dismiss a pair from consideration.

Part of my weekly, daily, even intraday routine is focusing ONLY on those pairs that I am interested in setting up a trade in. Focusing on the unnecessary is not only’s unnecessary!

Learning what makes a pair less desirable to trade is a skill that every trader must know and with that in mind here’s a video I recorded today on that very topic.

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  • Michael Stone

    That is quite a lot of pairs to be looking at in the first place, at least until you have develped quite a bit of experience. I also believe that exotic and minor crosses also carry a much more sensitive and volatile set of characteristics and require more attention in deciding to follow or not.