I have been trading successfully since 1986. I was licensed through the NASD and NFA as a Series 7 , Series 3, Series 24, and a Series 30. I specialized in trading managed retail client accounts, trading the 30 Year U.S. Treasury Bond Market. I retired from the professional financial industry in 1998. Today, I am a private trader, trading from my home office, no longer trading retail client accounts.
Now, through my online training program, I am offering my personal “ tricks of the trade” that I’ve used successfully in my 28 year trading career. These are short term “surgical strikes” that have you in the market for only a small amount of time. Aim Small, Miss Small is my creed. No Long Term Risk. No overnight exposure. The main goal of each trade is to minimize risk, rather than maximize profit.
I’ve put all of these trades together into a set of recorded instructional videos, taken from my live training sessions. This is a compilation of my most successful trades I’ve used in my 28 year trading career. Every trade is covered in complete detail. Exact entries, protective stops, and projected targets are given for each trade. Trade management and order entry are also thoroughly covered. What you won’t get is a lot of fluff. I cover only the things you’ll need to understand and recognize these trades. In my live online trade room, you will see and hear all the very same trades that are covered in my training videos.
Trading does not have to be complicated to be profitable. By learning to understand basic support and resistance concepts and the way price reacts around these areas, just about anyone can learn to read the market and profit from it. I teach you the methods that I've learned to use successfully over the last 28 years of full time trading.
Take a look at an example of my intraday price action chart, followed by an intraday chart that most short term traders would watch. Which one would be less confusing and easier to read?
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