Nial Fuller is CEO and founder of the web¿s foremost trading education community -- Learn To Trade The Market. The Australian-based trader has traded financial markets his entire career (12 + years). Today he is recognized by many as ¿the authority¿ on price action trading. After starting his blog in 2008, he has become one of the most followed trading coaches in the world, attracting over 250,000 loyal readers each month.
He currently manages private equity as well as consults as a trading coach and market analyst. Nial specializes in the discipline of price action analysis and has authored several courses as well as articles/videos/publications on the topic. Nial teaches students from over 100 countries worldwide and is well known for his dedication and contribution to the Forex trading community. Learn To Trade The Market offers Forex trading courses, videos, webinars, market commentary, forums, tutorials and more.
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Recent Articles By The Author
S&P 500 Is Poised to Continue Higher This Week, This Chart Shows
Technical analysis shows the S&P 500 stock index remains in a strong uptrend and should move higher this week.
S&P 500 and Gold Uptrends Intact, Oil Remains Under Pressure -- What the Charts Say
S&P 500 and gold should perform in the near term while it's time for oil to take another dip. Here's what techical analysis of the charts say.
S&P 500 Surges to Fresh Highs, Gold Uptrend Intact
The S&P 500 surged to all-time highs last week and the market is still signalling "buy." Gold should also continue its uptrend.
S&P 500 and Gold Surge Higher, While Oil Remains Under Pressure -- What the Charts Say
The S&P 500 remains in an uptrend even as it approaches all-time highs. The outlook for gold remains bullish, but investors would be wise to sell crude oil on strength.
S&P 500 Approaching Key Level, Crude Oil in a Trading Range, Gold Surging Higher
Here's how you should trade the S&P 500, oil and gold this week, following last week's dramatic post-Brexit trading.