Day Trade to Win Announces Eight-Week Futures Day Trading Course new date. As the fourth quarter approaches and 2016 comes to an end, traders of all skill levels are invited to attend the upcoming October 19, 2016 Group Mentorship class.
Beginner, intermediate and experienced day traders from all over the world have been joining Day Trade To Win classes teaching multiple E-mini price action strategies in a live training environment.
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PR-Inside.com: 2016-10-04 08:55:41
Ready to learn what it takes to become a day trader? Now is your chance as a new date has been added to the popular class conducted by John Paul, founder of Day Trade to Win. A new eight-week coaching program focusing on teaching price action methods including software and live instruction for anyone new or old to the trading global community. The Group Mentorship class includes instruction intended for all skill levels, new and advanced traders alike. Training is designed to turn traders who have problems with consistent results to talented market movers. John Paul conducts each class twice a week in a live environment, answers questions, reviews recent charts, and ensures an understanding of all the techniques. daytradetowin.com/day-trading-mentorship-coach.php
Regarding the new class date, John Paul stated, “With each new class, I hear stories about traders who have spent thousands on trading systems with little to no results. We do things differently. I take an objective approach to the markets. I let price dictate each and every trade. If the market says there’s a trade, and you can see if the conditions are right, then by all means, take the trade. I believe in empowering my students with strategies that work. I want them to be confident. I’m successful if they’re successful.”
John Paul believes his offerings at Day Trade to Win are unique among the trading education landscape even in 2016 markets. He teaches traders to use the relationship between price and time, dubbed “price action,” to assess risk and determine points of entry and exit. He says the best time to trade in the morning, but there are plenty of opportunities in the afternoon and evening. A common trend among other educators is the reliance upon special software programs, called indicators, that plug into trading software. Indicators can analyze market conditions, provide suggestions, and assist with visual cues. Relying on indicators alone, John Paul warns, may be unwise because they, “…often have to be optimized.” In contrast, price action is consistently optimizing itself in real-time.
Most day trading charts consist of two axes. Vertically, usually on the right side of the chart, is price. On the bottom, horizontal axis, is time. Charts can represent a variety of time frames. A five-minute chart (5-min) is the most popular chart in the Mentorship class. On a 5-min chart, a new bar (or candle) appears every five minutes. Shorter periods of time are used for scalping strategies. Scalping is the practice of getting in and out of the market quickly, multiple times per day. Scalping is one of the many methods taught in the Mentorship course. Various types of markets exist. Unlike forex, futures markets are regulated and are relatively accessible compared to the large $25,000 required account size for many stock brokers. The E-mini S&P 500 futures market is the focal point of the training. This is because John Paul belies this market provides enough consistent volatility to allow for successful trading. Other markets can be too volatile, too often. Many agricultural indices can be too slow for positive results.
During and after the Mentorship training, John Paul is able to provide traders with a practice environment that simulates live training conditions: “I want you to get as much experience as close to the markets as possible. It’s important to be able to quickly recognize profit opportunities as well as risky conditions. With the ability to access live futures data, traders get a good sense of what it’s like to trade with a live, funded account. Many of my students have said how this experience was invaluable.” For those not quite ready to take the leap, he offers a free “Get Started Trading Guide” that explains trading basics.
With the appeal of fortune, day traders can place themselves in high-risk situations. With day trading, it is possible to lose a devastatingly significant amount of money. When trading, it is important to only use capital reserved for high-risk investments. Expect unpredictable price movement. The goal of this training program is to teach traders how to find consistent price patters that may lead to success. On the Day Trade to Win website, testimonials and a three-year summary of Atlas Line signals are provided.
A Mentorship student said his experience can be described as, “A worthwhile investment. I believe that there are two ways to become a profitable trader: learning by trial and error, which will undeniably costs thousands or pay someone to teach you. I prefer the latter approach. It’s more affordable and you can rely on a teacher’s years of experience. John Paul was able to reduce the learning curve and jump start my trading career.”
To enroll in this new Mentorship class or find out more, visit daytradetowin.com