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1-2-3 Introduction:
By: Mark Crisp©


Thank you for purchasing the 1-2-3 Trading Signal. This is, without doubt, one of the very best chart set up patterns you will ever see. Once you train your eyes you will see them all over the place. At the beginning of a new trend. At the end of a retracement. Within a trading range. Within rising or falling trend.

Like any other pattern they are NOT 100% successful. But out of every other pattern I have ever come across in my trading career this is by far the most accurate and most profitable. If you want to become an expert in one chart pattern set up, this is it!

Whilst these patterns are 95% object ional when you become an expert in spotting them you may start to introduce a slight subjective analysis into this pattern. But for the sake of this introduction report I am only going to discuss a perfect, 100% objective 1-2-3 patterns.

On with the report. This is what I am going to explain to you:

1) What exactly is a 1-2-3 pattern?
2) Which charts and time frames do they exist?
3) The entry “trick”
4) The exit
5) Conclusion
6) Products

You will find this report quite small, compared to my other writings. My goal here is to define the 1-2-3 patterns and how to trade from it. It is not my intention to pad the report out and charge double the price.

How does it fit in with my other works? I really like to keep my eyes on the 1-2-3 patterns in very oversold/overbought markets. Especially on the stock indices and the futures markets. AND whilst this method IS VERY profitable trading the liquid, big cap stocks, my stock trading approach is much more suited to the methods described in my Momentum Stock Trading Manual.(http://www.stressfreetrading.com). If you are a pure stock trader, then use the 1-2-3 to determine trend changes on the major indices and keep your eye open to spot them on the stocks you are following (and buy M.S.T.S :) If you are a futures trader as well then I would seriously consider not only looking for 1-2-3 patterns as to major moves but adopting this into a complete trading system. Also, for a slightly different approach take a look at my commodity web site: http://www.profitsincommodities.com

On with the 1-2-3 pattern and how to profit from them.





Mark Crisp and stressfreetrading.com accepts no liabililty for any losses incurred whilst trading my ideas. The risk of loss exists and you must accept total responsibility for them.

Trading stocks and futures carries with it a high degree of risk and only those who have risk capital to trade should be traidng in these markets.

No part of this book, or any information given out, displayed on any of my web sites, is specific trading advice.