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Todd Horwitz

Todd Horwitz

BubbaTrading.com

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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Roger Scott

Roger Scott

WealthPress.com

Swing Trading Stocks Techniques – How to Find Trending Markets and Manage Risk

Many traders, who are starting out, have a strong believe that swing trading stocks techniques have to be complex to be profitable. I want to reiterate again as I have mentioned many times this is just not true. There is no correlation between complex strategies and profitability.

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Steve Primo

Steve Primo

ProTraderStrategies.com

How I Trade the Eminis

Hello, my name is Steven Primo and I have been actively trading the markets for over 41 years now - beginning as a 9-year Specialist on the floor of the Pacific Stock Exchange, to managing a private Emini Fund. Later on in my trading career I held the position of Director of Education for a number of websites until I ultimately became the President and Founder of my own company, Specialist Trading, which focuses primarily on trading education.

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Rob Booker

Rob Booker

Robcoin.com

My Favorite Ways for Predicting Market Turns

It's not easy to predict a market turn. But knowing how to do it is an important part of trading.

Being able to accurately predict a market turn can:

  • Create big trades, at the point where new trends start
  • Help you get out of trades that have gone bad
  • Make you look cool at cocktail parties (LOL)
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Jody Samuels

Jody Samuels

fxTradersEdge.com

The Process of Becoming an Entrepreneurial Trader

You might ask, ‘‘If I am stuck in the Technical Trader’s Trap, how will I get out of it? And how do I turn myself into an Entrepreneurial Trader?’’ Or in other words, ‘‘How do I transform myself from a Frustrated Technical Junkie into a Successful Entrepreneurial Trader?’’

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Jonathan Rose

Jonathan Rose

ActiveDayTrader.com

How to Put the Odds of Success Massively in Your Favor with OTM Options

It’s true.  Most so-called “professional” options traders would never even consider trading options this way. 

“Trading options using this strategy is the Kiss of Death!” they say. 

“It’s a sure way to lose your money!” they exclaim. 

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Larry Gaines

Larry Gaines

PowerCycleTrading.com

A Powerful Winning Breakout Pattern - The Volatility Squeeze

After decades of trading, I saw that there were just a handful of chart patterns that had the highest probability of producing winning trades.

Now, as a trader, it can seem overwhelming when you feel like you have to be an expert at recognizing dozens of chart patterns, along with the best security or EFTs, learning your broker’s platform, accounting for your trades, staying on top of the markets, possibly learning about options, and the list just goes on and on.

For this reason, I like to simply things by focusing on the "Highest Probability Winning Chart Patterns".

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Peter Schultz

Peter Schultz

CashflowHeavenPublishing.com

How to Combine Volatility and Options to Create a Fearless Fortune

One of the biggest reasons people trade options is to get that fantastic leverage where you can risk a few dollars to possibly make a fortune.

Pretty exciting.

The problem is--options--and the stocks they are traded on--are sometimes like teenagers--they don’t always do what you want them to.

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Stephen Bigalow

Stephen Bigalow

CandlestickForum.com

Volatility and Candlesticks

Volatility! Bad? Most investment advisors steer investors away from volatile stocks or any volatile trading entity. But for the candlestick investor, volatility is extremely profitable. Candlestick signals are based upon a very simple premise. The signals are formed based upon the change of investor sentiment. This allows for accurate evaluations of price movements whether a trading entity is slow or steady as well as volatile price action. When you hear a money manager tell you that you cannot time the markets, get away as soon as possible. That money manager does not know how to time the markets.

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