Getting 100x out of the leads to create duplication and growth

Leads automatically come in through my marketing strategy system. But I can’t do it all for you! Watch and learn how to get 100x out of the automation I’ve set up.

Knowing How Stock Options Are Different Than Futures Options

Trading in stock options and futures options can be identically beneficial. But before you take a plunge into any of them, it is vital to know the dissimilarities between the two, spot the concise advantages of each and then adopt a futures and options trading strategy. This insightful post has lots of options and future trading tips.

How To Make $215 in 3 Minutes

You can start every trade you do in the black, and get paid for the possibility of owning your favorite stock at a discount. Options trading can be that easy, without the need for complex mathematical formulas.

I’ll Bet You Never Considered Using the TRIN For E-Mini Trading, You Should

The TRIN (also called the Arms Index) has been around since 1971 and was developed by Richard Arms. To this day, it is always displayed on the NYSE floor; so someone must think it is important. Yet I seldom see it discussed in e-mini trading articles, and with the exception of myself, I have never seen it used; that is a mistake.

Which Contract Is the Best For Scalp E-Mini Trading?

If there is a single question I am most frequently asked, the title of this article would be the answer. With the wide variety of contracts available, each has its own individual characteristics and idiosyncrasies. On the other hand, after observing a contract, or trading it on a simulator, most people find that good e-mini trading technique works on most equity instruments.

How to Master a Great Forex Trading Secret

I, was shorting the EUR/USD, 2Q14 and I would at times experience the market not doing exactly what I expected. Imagine that!! What to do? Put in a 20 pip stop loss then reenter a short again? After all that is what you learn from the free educational sites from the brokers.

Instead of the ES, Newer Traders Should Begin Their E-Mini Trading On These Contracts

In a recent article I questioned why so many new and struggling intermediate-phase traders insisted on trading the S&P 500 e-mini contract (ES). This is a very difficult contract to trade for the initiated and without extensive experience, and a pretty deep bank account, e-mini trading on the ES can be a frustrating experience. Self-trained e-mini traders often question me why the extensive study they have performed doesn’t seem to go “by the books” when actually trading this contract live.

Which Platform Is the Best for E-Mini Trading?

Often times the platform you use will be dictated by the choices offered by the brokerage you choose you choose to trade. Further, each individual will gravitate to the e-mini trading platform on which they learn to trade, regardless of the quality of that trading platform. In my experience the quality of trading platforms ranges from absolutely dreadful to top-notch.

Can You Design a Successful E-Mini Trading Plan?

The general trend in e-mini trading has been the elusive search for plain-Jane trading systems that are simple to trade and understand. If you have read any of my articles, you know I tend toward more complex but understandable and executable e-mini trading plans that isolate and measure interrelated variables that alone have marginal individual predictive properties; but when used together they form a synergistic trading system that has the possibility of predicting high probability e-mini scalp trades.

What Single Variable Do All Successful E-Mini Traders and Scalpers Have In Common?

Though they think they can be successful, a significant numbers of traders who approach me for mentoring talk about their most successful trade. When I press them further and more pointedly by asking, “Okay, but overall is your account positive or negative since you began trading?” Unfortunately, an overwhelming number of these traders sheepishly admit they are negative overall in their trading.

Are You One of Those Individuals Who Should Avoid E-Mini Trading At All Costs?

We have come a long way, and these days anyone with a trading account and a computer can call themselves an e-mini trader. Equal access to the markets is a great thing; but there are individuals who probably should avoid e-mini trading at all costs.

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