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5 Steps To Beat The Banks!

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AirmanJH (21 hours ago)
Good lord man. Get a quality white board and markers. LOL. Your smudges are darker than your marks. Porcelain boards only. Thanks for the info though!
Mark Chapman (8 hours ago)
Thanks for the tip! But to be fair to me, you don't know until afterwards and it's a lot of work to do it again. Glad you liked the info though, at the end of the day that's all that matters :-)
psxbr60 (25 days ago)
Brilliant
Mark Chapman (25 days ago)
Thank you!
Roberto Ramos Nunes (1 month ago)
For that reason 1% of all retail traders are successful
Mark Chapman (1 month ago)
But they can learn. Plus, mostly it's not about strategy. It's mindset and the lack of ability to stick to the rules, whatever they happen to be.
Ernesto Durando (1 month ago)
Don't share this vidéo ! If everybody knows this, the banks will change the way they trade haha ;) Excellent vidéo Mark !
Mark Chapman (1 month ago)
Haha it will be fine :-)
David C (1 month ago)
Very impressive work sir. Thanks for your help.
Mark Chapman (1 month ago)
Cheers, David.
Aeinc, Corp (2 months ago)
Looks great!! So if I gather correctly...using a 4h daily these type of opportunities may take a few days to set up?
Mark Chapman (2 months ago)
Hey Liam, thanks, mate. Glad you enjoyed it :-)
Liam Howard (2 months ago)
Good stuff mark. You look like a guy I knew in wildwood nj
Mark Chapman (2 months ago)
Yes, or you can look for the higher time frame level and look to enter off a 15-minute chart. That way you'll get more setups. Hope that helps? Thanks for your questions. Mark!
macaelin padayachee (2 months ago)
Hi Mark, Appreciate all the great videos, thank you so much . I have a question, if I am day trading on the 1M chart how many pips away should my stop loss be from my buy or sell point. I know the trick is to set the stop loss higher than usual to avoid stop hunts but what would be a good number to stop at Thank you in advance :)
Mark Chapman (2 months ago)
I wouldn't trade 1 m charts if I were you. But it just depends on the chart, I generally go 5/10 pips above/below stop hunts.
gianna Abbey (2 months ago)
Great information! I have been caught by these manipulations a few times as a 'BT' trader. Now I will be wiser. Thanks!
Mark Chapman (2 months ago)
You are very welcome, thanks for the kind comment. I'm glad the video has helped you :-)
yashpal patel (2 months ago)
Trand reversal video sir
michelin rollinson (2 months ago)
This is probably the biggest eye opener content on youtube I have seen. Looking forward to more valuable content.
Mark Chapman (2 months ago)
Hey Michelin, very kind of you to say. Thanks, Mark.
BULLSHARK BULLSHARK (2 months ago)
Mark I would suggest you to explain using real numbers so its easier to follow your logic. Nevertheless thanks for the upload. If you simplifies the explanation with number promise will subscribe and like your vids for ever!!! Honestly use numbers easier to visualise your explanation. Cheers!
BULLSHARK BULLSHARK (2 months ago)
Mark Chapman thanks I already subscribed and having a look at your previous uploads. Ton of quality information. Hopefully I can use it for my tradings in cryptocurrencies. Cheers!
Mark Chapman (2 months ago)
If I ever make another video like that, I'll be sure to add numbers ;-)
matt w (6 months ago)
Thank you for all your videos, I appreciate it. What is your view on trading harmonic patterns? They are supposedly high probability patterns, but I'm doubtful of any patterns after watching most of your videos. Is any pattern for that matter just part of the manipulation??
Mark Chapman (6 months ago)
You're welcome :-)
matt w (6 months ago)
Mark Chapman awesome, thanks Mark
Mark Chapman (6 months ago)
Hi, Matt. No worries mate. I'm not really a fan of any standard pattern to be honest. However, using them to take money from others is the wayI'd think about it.
Teo Kanz (6 months ago)
Thank you so much for teaching. I have learnt enormously from it. I am totally inspired by it.
Mark Chapman (6 months ago)
You are very welcome, Teo. Glad it helped! Please share my videos with your friends, and maybe one day see you in my inner circle. Kind regards, Mark.
Rishaad Mahomed (6 months ago)
Just put the laptop aside now to see your comment. H4 & daily is perfect. What I failed to wait for was when manipulation takes out breakout traders(the 2nd pull up). Looks to be a push out the level, a drive back in, and then potentially a push back out to entice breakout retracement traders. When it comes back from taking out the Breakout traders, it's most likely to follow through to the S/R level. Risk rewards on these trades go from 1:1 up to 1:4. Pop me a mail so I can show you my charts? [email protected]
Rishaad Mahomed (6 months ago)
Hey Mark, is the 5/15min Okay? Also, I'm finding risk rewards to be pretty tight or maybe I don't have the faith that the market will continue to the main support and I'm cutting off midtrade. Any advice you could give me? It would be much appreciated.
Mark Chapman (6 months ago)
Hi, I'm not completely sure what you mean about main support? Maybe you could post a drawing of it. As for the 5/15 charts, I would not advise trading those lower time frames until you became comfortable trading the higher ups. Also, lower time frames on their own, won't provide large trade outcomes generally speaking unless you are using higher times in conduction with them. So if you are determined to trade lower down, make sure you adjust your expectations. Thanks, Mark.
Lester Stanley (7 months ago)
This man is GOOD..!!!
Mark Chapman (7 months ago)
Thanks!
mark verberne (7 months ago)
great video mark, but FGS get yourself a new marker haha
inna esenskik (7 months ago)
No one on the internet is talking about this.....thank you so much for sharing such a valuable information!
Mark Chapman (7 months ago)
Hi Inna, you're very welcome. Thanks, Mark.
John Pope (7 months ago)
you need to jump on twitter - large community of crypto speculators that could learn from this.
Mark Chapman (7 months ago)
Thanks, John. I'm on Twitter, but not really. I don't really post, youtube is better for me. Please feel free to share my videos with the community. Cheers, Mark.
Rijas Chandroth (7 months ago)
i dont understand any thing from this vedio.. maybe im not following you
Mark Chapman (7 months ago)
Sorry about that, keep watching it and hopefully it will click. Thanks!
Munyaradzi Chitsinde (7 months ago)
Thank you i'm very grateful to learn about this before i fund my live account ,i'm still practicing with my Demo account.This precious information will hell me in my Trading journey
Mark Chapman (7 months ago)
You're welcome.
Jeremy Ham (7 months ago)
Mark, great content. For equities trading I see similar behaviour around VWAP as well. Do you have any thoughts on behaviour of MMs around VWAP vs historical price related resistance and support levels? Are winning tactics identical in your opinion or are there subtle differences? Cheers
Mark Chapman (7 months ago)
Hi, Jeremy. It will be most likely the same as it is in FX. Hope that helps, thanks Mark.
Eduardo Zuñiga (8 months ago)
just brilliant!!....Great video thanks Mark
Eduardo Zuñiga (8 months ago)
I am very well, since I follow your trading recommendation
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Thanks, Eduardo! Hope you're well.
Kevin Newton (8 months ago)
Hey Mark, I've just discovered your channel - some great content here and the Stop Hunt is certainly a new (and exciting) concept for me - the way you explain it makes perfect sense, many thanks! I have a couple of questions, if you'd oblige? :) 1. Does this manipulation take a similar form on the price of stocks/commodities just as well as fx pairs? 2. Say the stop hunt goes 50 pips deep before turning and giving your entry signal, following your money management criteria (0.1% risk) you'd need at least a 55k account to get the minimum position size of £1 (most UK brokers) to cover the 50 pips + 5 or so for stop loss. (*plus whatever you miss in the move!) In this situation, would you give the trade a miss if say you don't have that size of account? If you're looking at daily and 4hr charts those kind of moves seem pretty regular to me. Cheers, Kev
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Hi Kevin, yes mate, stocks, commodities etc. Market manipulations happen everywhere. Regarding the risk per trade, if you don't wish to risk the amount of account etc just trade with the size you can. Perhaps 1/2% but just make sure you really follow your process of taking a good trade. I encourage low risk, so that people don't get into trouble and they allow the space required to learn without the stresses. Hope this helps mate? Cheers, Mark. PS Please share my channel with you friends.
White Emerald_ (8 months ago)
Videos like these gets me excited. I liked the video to show my support. Please make more videos like these. I especially like your titles. They really make me want to click. I want to check the markets and see what i tried to learn from the video. Thank you again for the video. Please make more! :) But that is up to you. no pressure. xd :)
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
I will try my best! Thank you... Mark!
Tank Evans (8 months ago)
Good day, Mark new subscriber here, loving your videos! one question i do have is whether the price manipulations occur on index based cfds as well, i can only imagine it would be harder to manipulate them since they comprise multiple stocks? also, do big investment banks leverage their billions the same way retail traders leverage their money? And I am looking forward to your upcoming videos, Mike :) Cheers Tank
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Hey, tank. My pleasure mate.
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
No worries mate, you're welcome.
Tank Evans (8 months ago)
Thanks a lot Mark for the quick answer
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Hi, Tank. Thanks for the questions.And thanks for the subscription, really appreciate it. I'm not sure is the honest answer mate, as I just focus on FX. But I'm sure the patterns will be there. Regarding leverage, yes absolutely but each company will be different. Sorry I couldn't be more helpful. Thanks, Mark.
Terry (8 months ago)
Thanks for taking the time to make these videos for us. I appreciate it and am learning. :)
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
No problem, Terry. My pleasure. So happy my channel has helped you. Please share with your trading buddies. Thanks, Mark.
Truth Conspiracy (8 months ago)
Thank you for the quality content.
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
My pleasure!
Mike Bely (8 months ago)
Mark, from your experience, would you say that most market manipulation happens around European vs Asian sessions? Or this depends on what currency pair it is?
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Hi, Mike. No, not really mate. It's more about the pattern, rather than time of day/currency pair.
Yves (8 months ago)
Thanks to you I know what I am doing Intraday. I like to ride the entry cheese of the upper timeframes on M10 with fixed CC and Take Profit. Never thought of that. I hope I can use this viewpoint to get on the big H4/D1 moves on intraday. To ride the entry cheese and the great moves on intrady would be awesome :D Great video btw. Have a nice day.
Market Traders Daily (8 months ago)
Awesome! You're welcome.
Alberto Morales (8 months ago)
awesome video and great explanation. thank you for everything
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
You are welcome! Please share my videos. Cheers, Mark.
J Robert1 (8 months ago)
Thx for all u do
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
You're a gentleman, thank you.
J Robert1 (8 months ago)
I do.
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Hi, Jon! No worries, glad it helps you. Please share my content with your friends. Cheers! Mark.
DanDirindon (8 months ago)
ok but how to "beat" banks? This is how banks beat us!
Mark Chapman (7 months ago)
Yes, it certainly occurs in any market. And you do have to think differently from what everyone else is doing. Thanks for your comments!
DanDirindon (7 months ago)
OK thanks! I've tried to consider your teaching these days, and I agree with you: your theory explains many technically anomalous movements in the markets, stocks but also cryptocurrencies. A lot of false signals are generated without a sense, apparently, moving erratically above or under important trends and supports/resistances. Wrong operations that generate a bunch of commissions. I think that sometimes we have to change our price level to enter or exit the market. Above all, when there is indecision. With more patience, to avoid falling in the trap. Or acting against the market when well defined trends or supports/resistances are reached.
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Hi, thanks for the comment. Please don't take the title too literal. Basically, we are learning to see where they trade, so that we can trade with them. Clearly we won't be beating them, but in a strange way we at least beat them by no longer falling victim to them. Hope that makes sense. Cheers, Mark.
White Emerald_ (8 months ago)
No offense, but the video explains clearly on how to beat the banks. By knowing how the bank beats us, we can use that to our advantage and trade with them. By trading with them, we beat the banks. This type of thinking reminds me of Roulette. I believe that a person can't win in a rigged game of Roulette if the pit boss is somehow controlling the ball. Imagine if it is possible to control the ball and someone places a huge bet on red. The smart move is to place a smaller bet on black. Cuz if the ball is manipulated, the pit boss wouldn't want to lose the bigger bet. Unlessssssssss, the pit boss wants to make the high roller win so they can bet more and more which is a bait. Overall, sometimes the best strategy is to bet with the manipulator. edit: or the pit boss can move the ball on green so both of bets are loss. xd
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
But it's just really a metaphor. Clearly, we won't be beating any banks, but perhaps by trading with them, we kind of do, in a roundabout way.
yasir ali (8 months ago)
This is the strategy for Manipulation. But how to identify when there would b no manipulation. While Waiting for that manipuation in a case where there is no manipulation, won't we miss the entry. When to enter in that situation 2nd question is don't you think a period of congestion or range will also produce same pattern as something like manipulation Explain factor of time frames also. Which time frames to apply this knowledge in Thanks alot for the video
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
You're welcome! Please share my videos with your trading buddies :-)
yasir ali (8 months ago)
Thank you :-)
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Hi, I'm not trying to trade everything else. I'm only interested in trading manipulations. So it's just a mindset, an ability you develop to be patient and only wait for your chosen setup to present itself. To your second question, there really isn't such a thing as a range or congestion. Those are words given to a price pattern which don't explain what's actually going on. Accumulation! And finally, in terms of timeframes, I swing trade 4hr and daily charts. Hope that helps!
zenigel (8 months ago)
Are any indicators used in this process at any point?
zenigel (8 months ago)
Well if i found it interesting, so will others.You can buy bitcoin from over 50 places or so.Heck you can even buy with paypal with no verification required but with high fees.Buying is not the problem.Cashing it out is actually more difficult and done on less exchanges and it is where the bottleneck is at. The professional speculators are from all over the world and they also compete against each other so there is potential.The naive get-rich-quick noob investors got fleeced when the bottom feel out of the market and they desperately kept buying at any price cos some schmuck said he will eat his pecker if bitcoin doesn't reach $1m by 2020 (McAfee).The people that became bitcoin millionaires are no longer "millionaires".Had they cashed out at the top they would have had a very easy life.I guess they should have watched your videos as they would have learned a thing or two about professional speculators. :)
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Cryptos are unregulated so you can be certain it's going on there. Not so much in the ownership space, more from the speculation side. At this point, most people can't purchase Bitcoin for the reasons you gave. Not to mention the price it's been at etc. So now the average joe is facing going up against professional speculators, which generally won't end well at all. This is why these concepts I teach will help you. Don't forget to share my videos with your friends in cryptos. Thanks!
zenigel (8 months ago)
yes i did and since you answered i'm going to ask another question.Do you think that the crypto-currency market is just as easily manipulatable as the forex market?It is more volatile but the coins are limited and distributed all over the world since 2011 or so.Have you considered making videos about trading bitcoin or other crypto-currencies?Cheers! :)
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Not really, it's more about the price and understanding the order flow behind it. However, there probably are one or two which you could use if you needed them. Things like volume, or an RSI etc. But I'm not really encouraging that, but you asked :-)
dj Trade (8 months ago)
hmm , very nice , i like it
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Great! Glad you enjoyed it. Please share the videos. Thanks, Mark.
David Lincoln (8 months ago)
Great video. I sent you a private message to your Youtube channel.
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Hi, David. I got your message, thank you. I will send you an email shortly. Cheers, Mark.
Duy Nguyen (8 months ago)
How can we figure out if they accumulate to sell or to buy Mark?
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Sure, they'll just have to get that back later.
Fahad Rehmani (8 months ago)
Mark my question would be is it possible for market makers to go against their profit release side opposite to what they were accumulating under any circumstances? In case they were forced to move out of the range of level because of buying or selling pressure?
Fahad Rehmani (8 months ago)
The location of recent stop hunt before the move would give a clue what’s been accumulated. Also keep an eye on a double edge stop hunt as Mark explained in No.3 the Manipulation phase. Again a great video by Mark explaining the basic mechanics of how markets operate. 👍
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Great question! I'll tell you if you promise to like and share the video? lol Just kidding :-) Two ways....First one, check the direction of the prior large move before price goes into accumulation. So if there was a strong sell off, then it's probably going to be buying accumulation and visa versa. And second, the stop hunt which just occurred will tip you off. So let's say it's bouncing from one end of the range to the other, then a stop hunt takes place on the bottom edge, it means it was buying going on during the accumulation and visa versa. Hope this helps!? Cheers, Mark.
Tony Decorso (8 months ago)
Thanks,great video. Liked and shared
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Hi, Tony. Many thanks!
WLMPRO (8 months ago)
i found your channel only 2 days ago and watched many of the videos, "How To Destroy The Market Makers" this video caught my attention since my mindset also goes like "markets are corrupt, and wouldnt even work without the rich steal from the poor" i am in the crypto market where theres no regulations yet so i knew... ive been making profits here and there, but mostly i am just stuck in a position, you opened my eyes why i often get stuck. using your methods for the past 2 days, and the ideas i took from other (those 0.1% traders like you), - i am not getting stuck anymore -i have made more profit in 2 days than this past month -i see the fucked up patterns which they trap us with and instantly know how to counter. thank you dude.
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Awesome! You're welcome. Thanks for your comment, I'm very glad you've turned a corner with this information. Wishing you continued success. Mark!
Mahia Gaia (8 months ago)
Thanks for sharing this knowledge. Is there a specific time frame that it's easier for the markets makers to do their tricks ?
Mahia Gaia (8 months ago)
Thanks! I find that GBP and pairs are highly manipulated - in a very skilful way. Some are interesting because of high volatility : so I'm doing homework in seeing chart in a different way. In your first videos, you use 30m and h1 charts to explain.
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
No problem, it's not so much them it's more about how we trade it. I like to swing trade 4hr/daily charts.
Mr. Bill Parkinson (8 months ago)
if you can grasp the fact that theres only 3 different types of trade styles.. it makes things soooo much easier and you know exactly when they're entering the maket. Your training is unlike anyone i know of man. keep up the awesome work Mr. Chapman!
Mr. Bill Parkinson (7 months ago)
if you need to ask, you prob need to watch the video again :) Level traders, breakout traders and retracement/pull back traders.
JoyfulyMe (7 months ago)
Hi Bill, and Mark... would you please remind me of that 3 style of trading in short thanks so much...
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Cheers for the kind words, Bill. Mark.
turbyturbo1 (8 months ago)
This is fire! good stuff Mark
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
You're welcome!
pikiwiki (8 months ago)
"the more touches a level has, the more eyeballs are on it, the more liquidity, the more it's ripe for the pickings..twenty pip candle body to close zone..this is penetrating analysis.
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Thank you!
n1chr0me (8 months ago)
Hi Mark! So where to take the profit at? The video glitched at the moment when you were about to explain it...
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
You're welcome!
n1chr0me (8 months ago)
+Mark Chapman (Trapped Traders) alright. Thanks a bunch for your videos!
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Hi, lol good spot! However, I wasn't about to explain it, it was just a little mistake I needed to edit out lol. Just make sure you always try and go for 3x risk where possible.
KraxSnipe (8 months ago)
This is exactly what I learned by myself, after several losses during my beginner journey. Great to see you sharing the same manipulation !
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Thanks!
nouredine el ouaadoudu (8 months ago)
You made me a good trader.. now i see the chart and i know what to do when stand and watch and when wait and when to enter.. all trade that i enter from the day i saw your vids are all with profit.. thank you man you are great
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Thank you!!
nouredine el ouaadoudu (8 months ago)
Mark Chapman sure sir I’ll do
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
You are very welcome, that's epic!!! Please share my videos. Cheers, Nouredine. Mark.
Vixen FX (8 months ago)
Once again Mark great video. I applied what you taught in a few previous videos and like I said I made 160.00 eur/usd Thursday...lol not much but most I've made in 3 years in 1 trade alone. I waited 2 days to enter in the stop zone. Liked and shared your video. More people need to see your videos. Much respect. Your awesome. Have a great weekend. 😎
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Awesome! Thank you. That's very cool. Have a nice weekend too :-)
Cutting Edge Cool (8 months ago)
Pure Gold!
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Glad you enjoyed it! Please share with your trading buddies. Thanks, Mark.
Walanaus Tulis (8 months ago)
I learned a lot from your video..I was a failure and decided to quite Forex..Then luckily i found your channel and things got changed suddenly..now i m earning daily 200$ by knowing their manipulations and i encounters them always when they try to encounter my trade..Any way thanks once again for your effort to deliver the truth......thanks
Mark Chapman (8 months ago)
Thank you, amazing!!! I'm so happy for you. Wishing you continued success. Mark!

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