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Synchronization can be defined, according to businessdictionary.com, as the “process of precisely coordinating or matching two or more activities…or processes in time”.

Well, what we’re looking to match in Trend Synchronization is simply the forex market trends across various time frames.

I’ve written before here about “rolling up” (or down) trends as being one of the strongest and easiest to follow trend indicators. Rolling up or down refers to the successive trend directions given across different time frames:

Whenever there is a trend change, it is indicated first on the 1-minute time frame chart, then on a 5-minute chart, then 15-minute, 30-minute, 1-hour, 4-hour, daily, weekly, etc.

But here’s the thing: there are many, many times when the trend changes (at least temporarily) on a shorter time frame chart, but an indication of trend change on longer time frames never follows. For this reason, it’s important to always be aware of the trend as indicated all the major time frames and...


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