The Dollar, Fibonacci, and Trading from a Desert Island

Sep 4, 2008: 9:52 AM CST

What if you had to trade from a desert island, isolated from others and news reports. Could it be done?

Adam Hewison of Market Club released a new educational video today that answers this question in an interesting method, but beyond that, he shows how to use the Market Club software in terms of identifying trends, finding entry signals, and managing positions based on price structure alone, removing subjectivity.

Hewison discusses the US Dollar Index long-term charts to show the structure and how the prevailing trend exists now. Further, he shows insights into using Fibonacci retracements to set profit targets and trade entries.

Entitled “How to make money almost anywhere, even on a desert island,” Hewison writes:

“It is probably every traders dream to trade from their own personal tropical island and make money, but can it be done? Oh yes, and in this short video I show you how it can be achieved. What you will see can be done from any location… so if you are on your own private island or you are still saving up to make that big purchase, this technique can be applied.

The dollar index, which is receiving a lot of publicity lately, is featured in this educational video. This index has made a major push to the upside. The question is, do you know what catalyst pushed this market higher? The other question is how high can the dollar go?

If you think it all happened just by luck, that this index is headed higher, think again. In my video I explain and show you in detail why this index is gaining upward trajectory and give specific price targets on the upside.

Summer is over, and it’s time to get serious about the markets. Watch this video and see how you can get a leg up on the market for the rest of the year.

There is no need to register to watch this video, just enjoy!”

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