[Download] No BS Day Trading (U.S Markets Webinar) 2016
Bonus: You will also get the “Starter Course“.
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1. Webinar Schedule and Registration
The next U.S. markets live webinar is scheduled from October 31st through November 15th, 2019. The week of the 31st will feature an FOMC meeting. It’s typically advisable to avoid trading from Monday through Wednesday of FOMC weeks. However, employment data will be released on Friday, November 1st. The webinar will commence on Thursday, the 31st, to familiarize participants with the room and prepare them for the action on Friday. Those interested in joining should reach out via email to register.
1.1. Webinar Primer Videos
Once registered, participants will receive download links to the Webinar Primer Videos. These advanced tutorials should be viewed before the live sessions. They are distinct from the basic or intermediate courses. The Primer Videos are a unique set of instructional content. Given these videos’ content volume, they signed up at least two weeks before the live sessions are recommended. This ensures ample time for review. All live sessions will be recorded for those who might miss them.
1.2. Alternative Study Options
For those eager to study the webinar content sooner and unwilling to wait until October, there’s an option to access the recorded April sessions. These sessions were successful, with positive outcomes in the treasury futures and the E-mini S&P 500. These recordings provide a comprehensive view of each trading day, accompanied by trade recap videos. Another option is to acquire the Primer Videos immediately, study them over the subsequent months, and then participate in the live October sessions.
2. Webinar Focus and Content
The U.S. webinar’s primary emphasis is on the U.S. treasury markets. The majority of the time is spent observing the 10-year (ZN), 30-year (ZB), 5-year (ZF), and Ultra Bond (UB), along with the E-mini S&P 500 (ES).
2.1. Reasons for Focusing on Treasuries
There are multiple reasons for the concentration on treasuries in trading and instruction. They are often easier to interpret, present better risk-reward scenarios, and are more cost-effective due to lower exchange fees. They are particularly suitable for novice scalpers or traders.
2.2. Primer Video Content
The primer videos for the U.S. webinar encompass various topics, from fundamental trading basics to advanced strategies based on order flow analysis. The advanced tutorials alone offer over 30 hours of instruction and trade examples. Every video is purposeful, with no filler content. The aim is to elucidate every facet of trading for a living in the most detailed manner possible.
2.3. Topics Covered in the Primer Videos
The primer videos address various subjects, including the core principles of scalping, the realities of trading for a living, understanding the broader picture, and recognizing one’s opponents. They also delve into understanding context, reading the cumulative volume profile, momentum and pressure points, true risk-to-reward assessment, and more.
2.4. Scalping Strategy Demonstrations
The U.S. webinar also offers additional primer videos that showcase real-time scalping strategies executed with real money. These demonstrations cover every trade detail, from the day’s context to that point, the setup that influenced the trade bias, and the price action cues that guided entry and exit decisions.
2.5. Specific Scalping Strategies Covered
The strategies demonstrated in the primer videos are diverse and cater to various trading scenarios. Some of the methods include:
- As she goes setup: A strategy focused on following the market’s momentum.
- Fade trade retracement setup: Trading against the prevailing trend, expecting a minor reversal.
- The Lure: A tactic where traders are “lured” into a false breakout or breakdown.
- Reversal setups: Identifying and capitalizing on potential market reversals.
- Breaking highs and lows: Trading based on new highs or lows in price action.
- Playing a range: Trading within a defined price range.
- Playing the bounce: Capitalizing on price retracements.
- Run over by a train: Recognizing and avoiding strong market movements that can result in significant losses.
- Run over by a steamroller: Understanding and navigating slow, grinding market trends.
- Stop runs: Identifying and trading based on stop-loss orders being triggered in the market.
- The Smackdown: Recognizing sharp, aggressive price movements.
- Hitting a wall: Identifying points where the market struggles to move beyond a certain price level.
- When to not join an iceberg: Recognizing when not to add to a position.
- ES setups (breakouts and fades): Strategies specific to the E-mini S&P 500.
- Market madness – How to handle insane movement: Strategies for navigating highly volatile market conditions.
- Managing trades correctly: Making decisions on when to hold or exit based on unfolding price action.
3. Additional Information and Purchase Details
The course is available for purchase on the website. After the purchase, a link will be provided to access and download the course content. It’s important to note that the purchase does not grant access to groups or websites. Customers can reach out via the provided email address for any queries or further information.
1. Instructor Profile:
The instructor for the “No BS Day Trading (U.S Markets Webinar)” is a seasoned professional with years of experience in the U.S. treasury markets. With a keen understanding of the intricacies of scalping and day trading, the instructor has curated a comprehensive course that delves deep into the strategies and methodologies of successful trading. Having navigated the highs and lows of the financial markets, the instructor brings a wealth of practical knowledge, ensuring participants gain insights that are both theoretical and grounded in real-world experience.
2. Who is this course for:
- Beginners: Those new to the trading world and looking for a structured approach to understanding the U.S. markets. They will gain foundational knowledge of scalping and day trading and understand the dynamics of the U.S. treasury markets.
- Intermediate Traders: Individuals with some trading experience but seeking advanced strategies and a deeper understanding of the U.S. markets. They will refine trading strategies and methodologies and enhance decision-making skills based on market analysis.
- Advanced Traders: Seasoned traders aiming to diversify their trading portfolio and explore the U.S. treasury markets. They will dive deep into advanced scalping techniques and understand the nuances of trading in the U.S. treasury markets.
3. Course Level:
- Comprehensive Coverage: The course offers a holistic view of day trading, covering everything from the basics to advanced strategies. It includes fundamental principles of scalping and advanced entry and exit strategies based on order flow analysis.
- Practical Insights: With over 30 hours of instructional content, participants will gain valuable insights into real-world trading scenarios. This includes real-time scalping strategies executed with real money and a detailed breakdown of each trading strategy, ensuring participants understand the rationale behind each decision.
4. Frequently Asked Questions:
Q1: Can you afford to lose in trading?
Trading involves substantial risks. Before entering the trading world, you should assess your financial situation. Would it affect your lifestyle if you were to take the money you’re thinking about trading with and lose it all? Trading should be approached without fear but with caution. If losing that money would significantly impact your life, it’s advisable not to trade. Trading with money you cannot afford to lose can lead to poor decision-making and increased risks.
Q2: Is it necessary to be present during opening market hours for day trading?
Being present during opening market hours is crucial for day trading. If you have a regular 9 to 5 job, there might be other options than day trading. The opening hours are vital as trading in the afternoon can differ significantly from the morning. The liquidity tends to be lower in the afternoon, and price movements can be more erratic. If you can make profits during the opening hours, you’ll likely succeed in the afternoon.
Q3: How important is admitting when you’re wrong in trading?
Admitting when you’re wrong is essential in trading. Everyone makes mistakes, and you will often be wrong in trading. The key is recognizing the error early and exiting the trade to minimize losses. Small losses are often preferable to larger ones. Hesitating or hoping the market will favor you can lead to significant losses.
Q4: How crucial is a stable, high-speed internet connection for trading?
A stable, high-speed internet connection is vital for trading. Many places might need faster DSL lines or cable modems. It’s essential to test your connection for speed and stability. Additionally, ensure that your broker is reachable in case your relationship goes down, and always have an emergency stop-loss in place.
Q5: How important is having an open mind about trading strategies and methodologies?
Keeping an open mind is crucial in trading. While you might have preconceived notions or beliefs about trading, you must be available to new ideas and strategies, especially if you haven’t consistently made profits. The ultimate goal in trading is not just about how much you make but how much you retain. Being open to new strategies, like scalping based on reading the order book, can offer new perspectives and potentially more profitable approaches.