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Nov 25, 2019

Al Brooks Interview

The Best Price Action Trader In The World

In episode 221 of the Desire To Trade Podcast, I sit down for a 2nd time with price action trader & scalper Al Brooks.

Al is an absolute legend when it comes to price action. He wrote several books on his findings after studying and trading price action for several years.

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Watch my first interview with Al Brooks (2 years ago)

In This Episode, You'll Learn...

  • Who is Al Brooks and what he does 00:46
  • How was Al's transition to becoming a full-time trader 04:00
  • What has changed for Al in the past 3 years (since the last interview) 05:56
  • Is every market the same? or do they have their own "personalities"? 08:36
  • New Video Series announcement with Pepperstone 09:56
  • Al tells what is that attracts traders to Price Action 11:04
  • How Al developed overactivity in the markets 13:17
  • How do you keep working even when not getting immediate results 15:32
  • Most traders are better off letting their systems work instead of micromanaging them 21:29
  • What trading style Al prefers (scalping vs swing trading) 23:37
  • What is the best way to learn Price Action today 26:29
  • How to learn and research price action patterns to learn 30:00
  • Al Brooks experience with Trading Mentors 34:25
  • Even if you get a good mentor what they do has to suit your personality 41:48
  • What does a day in Al's life look like as a trader 44:17
  • Where can you find Al Brooks 48:02
  • Al Brooks top advice for traders 48:49
  • And much more!

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