SIX-FIGURE TRADING | PODCAST If you’re a trader who always feels close, but can’t push through to profitability, today’s episode is for you. You may feel like “I know everything but I can’t make a dime. It always seems like I take three steps forward a...
SIX-FIGURE TRADING | PODCAST When Trading Often- Means You’re Trading Well…Most of us hear the wisdom “be disciplined…” It’s usually spit out from a burnt out trader trying to salvage the last $1,000 in their account.
SIX-FIGURE TRADING | PODCAST Stock Trading Profits How to Earn MoreA common debate that we have in the pre-market game plan meeting is whether or not to trade a stock in a trading range. My goal as the mentor,
SIX-FIGURE TRADING | PODCAST I didn’t really learn how to trade the first year and a half in the business.. We were doing nothing but adding liquidity on the ECN. That style really wasn’t trading. There wasn’t a need for profitable trading beliefs beca...
SIX-FIGURE TRADING | PODCAST Why Trading With Discipline is Not a Super-Power Identifying new trading opportunities isn’t magic. Trading your strategy is simple…if you have one! I’m not smarter than anybody,
SIX-FIGURE TRADING | PODCAST Beginner Trading Advice | Mentoring Experience What is the best beginner trading advice you would give yourself? A common question I get… The answer may surprise you. It’s most likely the answer you don’t want to hear.
SIX-FIGURE TRADING | PODCAST How to Develop a Trading Strategy for the Long-term Your trading strategy should be the first thing to develop. Unfortunately most of us jump headfirst into risking money with no real plan. A troubling thought isn’t it?
SIX-FIGURE TRADING | PODCAST How to Make the High-Probability Trade Breakthrough trading is a simple concept. Learn what works and do more of it. The problem for most traders is they never give themselves a chance to learn.
SIX-FIGURE TRADING | PODCAST How Winning Traders Think DifferentlyToday’s education comes from our podcast Six-Figure Trading and we touch on something that is an urgent issue that doesn’t get enough attention.