For the trader who has other things to do than sit in front of a computer screen comes a 90-minute online course teach you how to consistently pull in income from the markets—with as little as just one trade each day.
Michael Jardine, the author of Just a Trade a Day, successfully uses this method on daily basis and has consistently brought in impressive profits for years. Seemingly simple, the trading method that Jardine developed and shared in his book, is made even more powerful in this course by newly developed techniques to effectively double your ROI.
You probably think this sounds too good to be true, but the truth is that most active traders suffer from “analysis paralysis” and they end up digging themselves into deeper and deeper holes. Jardine's methods can help you focus on just the important trades. And in order to that, Jardine shows you how to:
· Trade with the trend by using multiple time frames, then confirm the trend with independent indicators like the Market Profile or your favorite oscillator
· Identify points of control within the market and when to go long or short depending on which direction the market moves to meet that point
· Execute trade entry and use Fibonacci timing and/or Keltner bands to exit for your profit
The key is to not trade more than you have to. But Jardine doesn't just hand you his Universal and Trimester Trades, or his proprietary “Jardine Range.” He gives you the building blocks you need to create a system that works for you—one that allows you to, like him, trade for as few as 30 minutes each day and still make big-time money to support your dream lifestyle—away from the computer screen.
Michael Jardine has been trading, teaching about trading, and blogging about trading on his web site, enthios.com, for over twelve years. His second book (and first one about the electronic market), New Frontiers in Fibonacci Trading, was published in 2003, and his latest book, Just a Trade a Day: Simple Ways to Profit from Predictable Market Moves, was published in 2010. A student of the markets in the truest sense, Jardine has held international management positions at a number of marketing-oriented companies including Chanel, Walt Disney, and Patagonia. He has four children and currently resides on Bainbridge Island, Washington. Michael practices what he teaches: after completing his one trade a day, he designs productivity software at LeftCoastLogic.com.
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