Learn how to be a Profitable Day Trader
One of the most important things that we teach is how to read and understand the market structure.
Our day trading education course/method focuses on techniques that will help reduce your risk and let your profits run. The method takes a well-defined rule-based approach to day trading futures.
Our winning strategy has the following benefits;
- Sticks to one market (master of one not a tinkerer of all)
- Takes a win more than you lose approach (positive expectancy)
- Trade with a small account
- Can trade even if you have a day job
- Designed to earn an income from home
- The method can lose trades and still recover beautifully
- I actually spend my time trading this method, not selling it
- The plan is day trade for financial freedom
The ultimate goal is be able to make money consistently every single day by using some tried-and-true indicators that calculate support, resistance, momentum and statistical volatility to immediately assess how the market is performing and profit from the potential opportunities presented.
Indeed, trading full time is all about being able to generate consistent returns. Learning how to day trade is a decision that many people make to live their dream of having freedom of time, money and a flexible lifestyle!
One of the most important things that I’ve learned about day trading is that this is something that ANYONE can successfully master, from a college grade to a barely high schooler, all it takes is the willingness to: Learn the method well, practice in demo mode and then trade for income $$$$$
Many trading our methodology trade with 4 contracts and as a result, they make one trade and their done for the day. But there are many more that are more conservative and may make $100 per day. It is important to understand that initially, it doesn’t matter how much money you actually make per day. The most important thing is to consistently be profitable, why? Because someone who can consistently make $100 can easily turn that into $200, $400 or $1000 by just increasing their contract size!