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Stock Trading: Using Market Direction to Improve Your Odds

Go from average stock trader to expert with one key technique that major funds and institutions use daily.
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Have you ever tried trading the markets and felt like you just didn't have what it takes to be successful? You're not alone! Most people that trade stocks and never get anywhere are violating some of the most basic rules that funds and institutions use on a daily basis to make money. This course will teach you one simple but effective method that will drastically improve your success rate in trading.

Learn how to measure what is going on in the market at a broader level so you can find success in your individual stock trading.

What if there was one simple thing that you could look at before you buy or sell a stock that would increase the odds of that stock moving in your favor by over 50%? This course is going to show you that one basic thing that so many traders ignore to their own detriment. And the best part is? Once you see it in action, you'll be able to use it yourself on any charting platform out there with no difficulty.

Are you one of many traders that thinks that whether a stock is going to go up or down is based on traders interested in that stock? Would you be surprised to discover that at least 60% of a stock's movement is based on factors that have nothing to do with the stock itself? Do you ever buy stocks on their way down, hoping for a bounce that never happens? This course will correct everything you need to improve your odds.

What does the course cover?

  • Learn three basic chart patterns that have proven success rates
  • Learn how to measure market direction using a simple institutional technique
  • Apply this technique to determine when you should be entering trades on the long side of the market and the short side of the market
  • Maximize your trading by blending the market directional technique with your chart patterns

It's that easy! In less than two hours, the course will give you one of the best tips you'll ever find for raising your success rate by properly measuring market direction and using that information to determine which patterns to take and which to skip.

As a special bonus, sign up for this course during the initial launch months and receive a full month of the Tradesight Stock Service (a $297 value) for free. This includes trade calls five days a week along with live market support and analysis, absolutely free!

Who is the target audience?
  • People that are already trading stocks and looking to improve their results with proven tools should take this course
  • People that are interested in learning how to daytrade should take this course
  • People that are mostly investors and take a long-term approach to the markets should not take this course
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What Will I Learn?
Trade stocks better on any timeframe
Make more money trading stocks intraday
Use a proven institutional system to understand the broader picture of what is going on in the market on any given day
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  • Students need trading software such as those provided by a broker or a standalone product like eSignal
  • Students should have a basic understanding of stock trading and what it means to buy and short stocks
  • Students should understand the implications and objectives of active daytrading
  • Students should know the major stock indices, such as the Dow, NASDAQ, and S&P 500
Curriculum For This Course
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Chart Pattern Basics
2 Lectures 35:27

After completing this lecture, students will have an understanding of how a chart work and what three different technical chart formations look like.

Preview 17:52

After completing this lecture, students should understand the importance of looking at a chart pattern from different timeframes and what this means towards the odds of success of a trade.

The Importance of Timeframes on Chart Patterns
Market Direction
3 Lectures 40:35

In this lecture, students will begin to learn about the market direction tool and it's benefits.

The First Market Directional Indicator

In this lecture, students will expand their knowledge of market direction with a second component of the tool and explore its uses.

The Second Market Directional Indicator

In this lecture, students will learn the final piece of the key tool that will ultimately help them do better in their stock trading.

The Third Market Directional Indicator
Market Direction in Trading
2 Lectures 38:05

In this lecture, students will learn how to put the three components of the market directional measurement into one tool and use it to improve their stock trading selections.

Using Market Direction to Improve Your Stock Trading Results

In this bonus lecture, students will learn how to apply the 3 levels of the market directional tool to individual stocks to pick entry points on those stocks during the trading day.

Using Market Direction on a Stock Itself
About the Instructor
3.1 Average rating
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34 Students
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Master Market Instructor

I have an extensive background in market making, charting, technical indicators, and market education, all of which I have been doing since 1991. I have trained more than 1000 people personally on how to make money trading stocks, futures, and forex via the website, which offers daily market analysis, education, and trade calls, as well as private mentoring programs for traders of all backgrounds. I owned and operated a small broker-dealer in the Phoenix area in the 1990s, then went on to sell the firm and found I have been seen on TV and regular financial radio shows on KFNN in Phoenix and have written articles for many industry magazines, including Active Investor and Stocks, Futures, and Options.

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