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Todd Horwitz

Todd Horwitz


Bubba's Options Income Model

Before you can be a successful trader you need to understand how the market works. You don’t need to be an expert, but you must know what drives the market. All markets we will be dealing with are auction markets meaning that you have bids and offers and when they are accepted by the other side of the trade a transaction takes place and the market is in equilibrium. It might only stay at that price  for a couple of seconds before moving on but when the buyer and seller agree this process is called “price discovery”.

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The Two Standard Deviation Opening Gap Method

Adrian Manz, TraderInsight.com

Gaps in stock prices occur frequently and there are many theories about how to or if you should trade them. Many traders pay special attention to “opening gaps” — the move from the previous day’s close to today’s open — as a guide for intraday trades.

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How I Set Up Trades from the 4 Hour Charts

Rob Booker , Robcoin.com

Some of my best trades lately have been off the longer-term charts - well, longer term for me. That means the 4hr or the daily charts. For some of you, the 4 hour charts might seem like short-term. But for me - that’s super long - I’m usually actively trading from the 1 minute charts!

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An Easy Strategy for Trading Volatile Markets

Vince Vora, TradingWins.com

In this video, I am going to show you how to deploy an easy to use strategy that works in any market, and in any time frame. In fact, it also works quite well with Options. It is purely based on technical analysis, and not on fundamentals.

This strategy is based on the Guppy Multiple Moving Average (GMMA), which identifies changing trends by combining two groups of moving averages with differng time periods. The term gets its name from Daryl Guppy, an Australian trader who is credited with the indicator's development.

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