Spot and Trade Institutional Money Moves

Algorithmic Trading with Human Interaction for:

Day Traders, Swing Traders, Long-Term Investors

Saturday, January 10, 2015

Free Trading Lessons at the Festival of Traders

January 14, 4 p.m. - 7 p.m. EST: Six presenters.

Learn powerful trading techniques used by professional traders. Attend one or all six lessons. Seats are limited.
January 14 presentations include:
Thomas BarmannNeverLossTrading
How to Trade Short-Term Price Actions in Any Market
4:00 p.m. Eastern Time (1:00 p.m. Pacific)
Steven Primo, Specialist Trading
The Three Key Elements of a Winning Strategy
4:30 p.m. Eastern Time (1:30 p.m. Pacific)
Jeffrey Brewer, Power Emini
Advanced Swing Trading Tactics Using Trading Ranges
5:00 p.m. Eastern Time (2:00 p.m. Pacific)
John Clayburg,
How to Diversify Your Trading with a Single Item and a Single System
5:30 p.m. Eastern Time (2:30 p.m. Pacific)
Jon Haghayeghi, Seasonalysis
How to Effectively Trade Equity Seasonality: Structuring Options Positions Around Seasonal Setups
6:00 p.m. Eastern Time (3:00 p.m. Pacific)
Dave Mecklenburg, Tiger Shark Trading
Presenter Roundtable: Making Simple Changes to Improve Your Trading Results
6:30 p.m. Eastern Time (3:30 p.m. Pacific)
Email if you have questions or problems in completing your registration.

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Free Online Trading Workshop on January 10, 2015

Market Mentors: Take Control of Your Financial Future

Investor Inspiration - Online Training Conference

Saturday, January 10th 2015 / 10:00 am to 4:45 pm ET
Our presentation at 1:45 p.m. EST is one of a panel of 9 experts, who share knowledge that has taken them decade’s worth of time and money to accumulate. Investor Inspiration Online Training Conference 
Gain valuable knowledge that will give you a competitive advantage in the markets. Learn about several markets and investment philosophies in this must attend event. Watch as they take you step by step through their trading strategies and demonstrate techniques that have made them successful. Register Today  
Your benefits of attending:
  • How to see New Big Trends, Whether You Trade over Days, Weeks or Months.
  • Use Technical Analysis to Spot High Odds Trades in Earning Season.
  • Learn to Identify Trades Using Counter Trendline Breaks.
  • Get Elliott Wave Tips on How to Pick the Highest Probability Trades.
  • Take Advantage of eSignal Advanced GET Scanner to Find Quick Trade Scenarios.
  • Your trading advantage is size and speed: Make use of it.
  • Discover the Framework that needs to be in Place in Order to be a Successful Trader.
  • How you can use Credit Spreads to Profit in the New Year
  • Identify Entry and Exit Points with Laser Precision.
 The topics above are only a fraction of what will be covered in this conference. This is a must attend webinar for every investor... and it's FREE!
All registrants will receive access to the recording!
See you at the conference, 

Monday, January 5, 2015

12 Action Steps to Better Your Trading or Investing in 2015

Success is the achievement of something desired, planned, or attempted.

What does that mean for your trading or investing?

Desire is something we want, wish or long for. As better we can formulate or visualize the desired future situation/result, the easier we can strive for the well formulated picture:

“If you don’t know where to go, you might not get there”.

We help you to formulate attainable and specific goals in twelve task-steps to better your trading or investing, with some hyperlinks to real life examples.

Our studies were conducted over many years and we want to share the essence with you:  

Task-1: Use a trading system, which allows you to find trade setups with a probability for success above to read on for the detailed reasons. Back test 100 trades and forward test 10. Then strike a balance: If your current system does not deliver on this performance rate, you need to invest into a new one or take trading as a hobby, means not expecting to make money from it!

Task-2: Work with trading concepts and assets, allowing you to make money to the up- and downside in any account: If you trade from an IRA, learn options trading or add Futures to your portfolio of assets you trade.

Task-3: Trade for minimum expected returns on cash invested or margin held: 0.5% on stock trades, 30% on stock options, 5% on futures and FOREX. If your trade setup does not give you such returns: Find a different one or don’t trade. We teach the reasons why in our mentorships…click to read details.

Task-4: Find a trade frequency that suits your personal circumstances and trade: If you are a long-term investor, plan for a minimum of three trades a month and work with weekly charts. A swing trader shall work with daily charts and minimum three trades per week. Day trading is best accomplished with three trades per day on reference time-frames. Here is an example for stock traders, who knows at the opening what to trade and do this daily…click to read on.

Task-5: Never allow a single trade to produce a higher than 5% loss of your account value. To do so, define for every trade a price threshold where the original assumption of the trades is no more valid. If the necessary price threshold requires a higher risk, do not accept the trade. When the maximum risk price is reached, either exit your trade or apply methods of protection and capital preservation.

Task-6: Formulate positive trade exits, take profits, and reinvest: Constant trading and compounding interest has a much higher probability to build your desired returns than betting everything on single trade wonders. To accomplish this goal, you need a data source, which provides you with instruments ready to trade on a consistent basis: Either, you develop this on your own or you purchase a market proven trade alert service.

Task-7: Strive for constant improvement: Journal your trades; check and balance which situations worked and which not, take feedback from a coach, adjust and improve your trading.

Task-8: Have a plan and trade your plan (click for an example) by formulating which instruments you trade, what time frames you trade them on, how you trade them to the up- and downside.

Task-9: Treat trading as a business: Set your trading or investing up, so you are treated and taxed as a business. Work for yourself and make your money work for you without getting distracted by other life circumstances. Have the technical capabilities (computer, broker, charting, data lines) in place, which are required for participating in the markets you want to be present in. Check our Kindle

Task-10: Prepare for trading or investing: - Those who fail to prepare, prepare to fail – It is essential to know the key events for the instruments you are trading: Earnings announcements, news announcements, economic news on a worldwide basis (click for an overview): Limit the risk of holding an investment without protecting yourself at such critical times or being in a trade where news can trigger excessive volatility, which potentially is taking out your stops, even so the market goes in your desired direction.

Task-11: Mental preparation: - Let the market guide you - Put your desire to trade or invest away and allow yourself flexibility by not trading when there is no market movement and increased trading when the markets allow. Build yourself the mind and inner constitution by controlling your emotions and desires so you can make conscious decisions, which allow you to apply your trading principles.

Task-12: Educate yourself: - An investment in knowledge always pays the highest interest – Be trained at what you trade and add new skills, new understanding, new visions and strategies that allow you to stay and move with the markets, giving you the flexibility to trade or invest in various instruments and asset categories.

Happy Trading for 2015