So if you’re looking for a forex trading strategy that takes into account the institutional side of things, make sure to tune in for today’s video!
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So the first thing you need to understand for this strategy is that there are two types of traders in the markets. The first type are called retail traders. These are the traders just like you and me who are trading their own account in an attempt to make a profit. Retail traders will trade with relatively small account sizes, and they don’t have enough money to move the market on their own.
The second type of traders in the markets are called institutional traders. These are the traders who often trade other people’s money in an attempt to make a large profit. Institutional traders will trade with huge account sizes and extremely large amounts of money…enough money so that they are able to move the markets by themselves. As you can see, both retail traders and institutional traders have distinct characteristics and differences between them. And as retail traders, when we begin to understand how institutional traders view the markets, we can use that knowledge to improve the quality of our trading strategies.
So retail traders have an advantage when entering their trades that institutional traders don’t, and it’s the fact that they can enter their full trade position at whatever price they want to. Whether you want to enter a trade position to the size of $10, $100 or $1000, you can almost always get that full position into the market at the price you desire. This is because there’s enough liquidity available for your trade. But this is where institutional traders run into issues, and why they must trade differently to retail traders: Because the problem of liquidity is something that institutional traders have to keep in mind that retail traders do not.
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