In this report, I’m going to outline the three of the biggest factors that sabotage the majority of stocks, options and ETF traders and show you the steps that you can take to avoid falling into this trap!
One of the most interesting things that I’ve learned over the past 22 years of professional trading have very little do with the mechanics of trading stocks, options or ETFs and more to do with human behavior.
There’s something about human nature that’s truly remarkable and at the same time absolutely fascinating.
When it comes to making consistent profits from the financial markets, most people are by far and away their worst enemy!
One of the sins of trading that we see over and over again is the idea of a trading system without context. This is a big sin. For many years, I was successful as a trader, but I was successful at following others traders.
Technical traders use systems to trade the market like a business plan. Their rules are well laid out and established in advance. It is their business plan for trading the market and testing that plan allows you to understand your business.
After spending years getting sucked in by marketing hype surrounding the Forex trading industry, I finally decided to overhaul my approach to trading education by starting a podcast.
The Volume Accumulation and Distribution (VAD) indicator measures the volume within a trend from point A to point B. It is very different from other volume indicators which measures the volume in a bar.
In this video, John Skelton explains how to use the indicator with multiple examples.
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