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Course Updated: September, 2016
Trading and Investing:
Learn everything you need to know to start Trading in the Stock Market today!
Whether you are trading stocks, forex, commodities, options, ETFs... this course will give you the competitive edge you need to increase your trading success!
In this course you are going to learn the ten most powerful rules that distinguish successful traders from average traders.
Along with candlestick analysis, good money management and healthy risk/reward ratio, these rules will help you increase your probabilities of being on right side of the trade before bigger price movements occur.
This course offers an in-depth view of the ten most profitable and effective rules used by successful traders all over the world:
This course will give you key information how to use these rules to successfully trade in the market.
New lectures will be added to the course regularly - at no extra cost to you! This is a course that will continue to grow.
Take this course now and learn from my 5+ years of experience. Avoid the most common pitfalls that catch 90% of traders!
Too often beginner traders enter the market without the necessary knowledge and practice needed. As a result they take excessive, expensive and unnecessary risks hoping for higher returns. This course will teach you a very effective way to trade in the market successfully and with confidence.
This course is for all levels: beginners, intermediate and advanced traders! All you need is an open mind and a passion to be successful!
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|Section 1: Introduction|
Successful traders have developed an eye for where prices might be moving toward and established trading rules that give them a sense of confidence and safety when they are trading.
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The million-dollar answer to what makes a trader successful is discipline.After establishing safe trading rules that work for them, successful traders have the discipline to stick to them.
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|Section 2: The Ten Rules of Successful Traders|
In the following lessons, we have compiled the ten most powerful trading rules that every successful trader from around the world follows, every single time they place a trade.
|Section 3: Rule No. 1 – Making a Profit is More Important Than Being Right|
What distinguishes a successful trader from the rest is that they don’t care about being right or wrong. They know that if a trade is not working, they can get out of it as quickly as possible.
|Section 4: Rule No. 2 – Never Add to a Losing Trade|
Again, what distinguishes successful traders from everyone else is that when they are dealing with losing trades they don’t just know that they have to sell. They get out of the losing trade immediately.
|Section 5: Rule No. 3 – Be Patient With Winning Trades|
In Wall Street there is a saying that goes: “Cut your losses short and let your winners run”. With small investors seem to be true that holding onto losing trades is quite common.
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|Section 6: Rule No. 4 – Have a Trading Plan|
Knowing that you want to make money in the stock market is not a trading plan. A trading plan consists of exact knowledge of what your trading strategy is, even before entering the trade. Your trading strategy must include the methods listed in the following lectures.
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Watch Out for Earnings
Three Strikes and You'Re Out
Keep a Trading Journal
Mid Course Ideas
|Section 7: Rule No. 5 – Know What To Trade and What Not To Trade|
With almost eight thousand companies listed in the US stock market alone, and just as many possible trading-picks, finding the right stock to trade sounds like finding a needle in a haystack. People wonder what they shall trade. In the following lessons we will discuss parameters that defines tradable stocks and non tradable stocks.
Guidelines for Tradable Stocks
Don't Trade Famous Stocks
Avoid Expensive Stocks
Don't Trade Stocks with Insufficient or Excessive Trading Volume
Avoid Stocks with a Large Bid-Ask Spread
Additional Scanning for Finding Winning Stocks
Trade Trending Stocks
|Section 8: Rule No. 6 – Do Not Chase Trades: The Market Will Be There Tomorrow|
This is a very common mistake that traders make. They see a buying opportunity that matches their trading strategy but somehow they do not buy it right away.
|Section 9: Rule No. 7 – Do Not Look Back: The What-If-Syndrome|
The only reason for looking back is to review what went wrong, what your emotional and mental states might have been before, during and after that trade, and then record it in your trading journal.
|Section 10: Rule No. 8 – Do Not Try to Pick Tops and Bottoms|
Wouldn’t you love to being able to buy a security at the lowest price and sell it at its highest? Let’s be clear: this scenario rarely happens. In fact, though it might be every trader’s dream, this dream can actually turn into a trading nightmare. Why? Trying to pick tops and bottoms is just as dangerous and costly as chasing trades or adding to losing trades. Let the market tell you what the market is doing.
|Section 11: Rule No. 9 – Read the Chart Not the News|
The more news you read the more complicated the trading scenario becomes. Too often history has seen stocks responding to positive news in a negative way and vice versa. You just never know what kind of reaction the market is going to have to news or earning reports, until you see it. Where can you see that? Right on the chart itself.
|Section 12: Rule No. 10 – Keep Your Chart Clean and Simple|
Life today is not as simple as it used to be many years ago. Too much stuff, too fast a pace, all of which has paved the way for a complicated existence. The same thing is happening in trading charts. Keep your chart clean and simple.
|Section 13: Bar Charts or Candlestick Charts|
The bar chart is the most commonly used chart by traders and investors around the world. It displays a series of vertical lines and horizontal dashes. Drawing a vertical line that connects the high price with the low price, and two horizontal dashes one on the left for the opening price and one the right for the closing price, forms the bar chart.
Candlestick charts are similar to the bar charts as they both display the complete trading range by showing the four important price values: open, high, low, close (OHLC). The main difference is in the body of the chart. After drawing the vertical line to connect the high and the low, just like in the bar chart, and connecting the horizontal dashes, both on the left and on the right, a box is formed. The box is called the body of the candle.
The visual illustration of candlestick charts gives investors and traders an advantage over traditional western methods of trading. All candlestick charts provide a quick and visual representation of price action occurring during several time frames that can help investors identify more easily the end of a downtrend and the beginning of an uptrend.
|Section 14: BONUS SECTION 1 _ Powerful Candlestick Patterns - Hammer|
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|Section 15: BONUS SECTION 2 _ Powerful Candlestick Patterns - Engulfing|
|Section 16: Follow Up Courses|
Profitable Candlestick Trading Method: 10 Primary ReversalsPreview
Trade for Profit: How to Find and Trade Stocks SuccessfullyPreview
Secrets of Trading Revealed: Learn to Trade with Smart MoneyPreview
Master the Basics of Trading through Support and ResistancePreview
|Section 17: Conclusions|
Review and Feedback
Luca Moschini is the founder of Sharper Trades, an online trading education site offering a comprehensive training program based on candlestick analysis, technical analysis and option strategies.
Luca is a swing trader with his main focus on individual stocks and. He trades US markets, predominantly NASDAQ, New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and Chicago Mercantile Exchange & Chicago Board of Trade (CME Group) . He also trades gold, grains, natural gas and other commodities.
In addition, Luca is also the founder and head instructor of Dashen® Foundation. He carries on the tradition he was taught by his teachers who studied with highly advanced Tai Chi, Qigong and Jin Shin Jyutsu masters.
Luca travels extensively to share the teachings of Chinese Medicine. He also has a private practice in California, Utah and Oregon and teaches self-care techniques at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA.
Luca Moschini is nationally certified through the NCCAOM (National Commission Certification of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine).
TRADING RISK DISCLAIMER
All the information shared in our courses is provided for educational purposes only. Any trades placed upon reliance on Sharper Trades are taken at your own risk for your own account. Past performance is no guarantee.
While there is great potential for reward trading stocks, commodities, options and forex, there is also substantial risk of loss in all trading. All trading operations involve high risks of losing your entire investment. You must decide your own suitability to trade.
Trading results can never be guaranteed. This is not an offer to buy or sell stock, forex, futures, options, commodity interests or any other trading security.
Trading foreign exchange on margin carries a high level of risk, and may not be suitable for all investors. The high degree of leverage can work against you as well as for you. Before deciding to invest in foreign exchange you should carefully consider your investment objectives, level of experience, and risk appetite.
The possibility exists that you could sustain a loss in excess of your initial investment. Therefore you should not invest money that you cannot afford to lose. You should be aware of all the risks associated with foreign exchange trading, and seek advice from an independent financial advisor if you have any doubts.