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Rob Mitchell

Rob Mitchell


Ten Principles of Trading That Made Me a World Cup Champion Trader

I have managed to make my living as a trader for more than 20 years in an industry where most traders only last a few years and where most people lose. Looking back, the journey has had a lot of good lessons. What I have learned over that time that really works can be reduced to some basic principles. Over this period, I have continued to learn and refine these principals. In this article I am going to share some key points that can help you in your successful journey over and over again, particularly as it applies to the intra-day action in fast-moving commodity markets.

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Unlock Large Stock Moves with the Crowbar Strategy

Preston James, TradersEdgeNetwork.com

How do you saddle up to the biggest stock moves in the land and catch some of the biggest moves of your trading career?(Especially using option leverage to carve out King-Sized home runs while tying up far less capital and risk than buying the stock).

How do you find them?

How do you get the confidence to buy them?

Is it easy?

Do you stand to lose your mind and your wits?

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Predicting Price Action Using Probabilities

Jeffrey Gibby, MetaStock.com

Technical traders use systems to trade the market like a business plan.  Their rules are well laid out and established in advance.  It is their business plan for trading the market and testing that plan allows you to understand your business.  It’s a great tool to help traders prepare both emotionally and financially for trading. System Testing is a great tool and I’d recommend it for traders of all skill levels.

Trading systems use well indicators,  price and volume, and chart patterns to produce well defined entry and exit points.  They are objective not subjective.  As such they are easy to interpret and understand when applied to your trading.  

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How to Trade Candlestick Gap Patterns

Stephen Bigalow, CandlestickForum.com

Gaps (Ku) are called windows (Mado) in Japanese Candlestick analysis.  A gap or window is one of the most misunderstood technical messages. Most investment experts advise not to buy after a gap.

This is true only about ten percent of the time. The other 90% of the time, the gaps will reveal powerful high profit trades. Candlestick signals, correlated with the appearance of gaps, provide valuable profit-making set-ups.

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