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February 14, 2019

February 8, 2019

How to Day Trade Using Price Action: Pt. 5

February 1, 2019
What about support and resistance? Most traders use support and resistance in some way. We think of support is an invisible boundary that price does not drop below for the time being. When traders recognize support, they may buy up the asset. Thus, price does not decrease below that value because buying force is encountered. Also, as a secondary force, sellers stop selling because they believe price will not go lower for now. Resistance is the opposite.

January 25, 2019

How to Day Trade Using Price Action: Pt. 4

January 18, 2019
The discussion you've been waiting for: supply and demand. These two forces shape price action. They determine the price patterns seen on charts. The greater the number of buyers or the greater the quantity of buying, the stronger the demand. The inverse is true for supply and selling. Think of total supply and demand amounts relational; as a yin and yang. At the end of the day, market activity should balance (in theory). Watch the video to learn more.

A 6-Point Atlas Line Trade in 2019?

January 11, 2019
Take a look at this monster trade. The end of 2018 had many surprises for day traders. Strong volatility made many hesitant to pull the trigger. The Atlas Line, as seen in this video, can add clarity. By relying on its signals and your understanding of the method (as taught with your purchase), you can find similar trades. Look at how price tends to bounce off the Atlas Line. Neat, huh? The Strength and Pullback trades are taught in the training video and live training.

How to Day Trade Using Price Action: Pt. 3

January 4, 2019
Let's explore trends a bit further. As you are probably aware, buying or selling before an uptrend or downtrend, respectively, can be a lucrative move. The most difficult part is prediction. For this, a number of techniques exist. The video discusses a way to use lines on the chart. Price exceeding three lines at appropriate spacing may be indicative of a trend. Watch the video for specific rules. What about channels? Again, watch the video.

How to Day Trade Using Price Action: Pt. 2

December 28, 2018
Here's the second video in this series. The focus here is trends. Markets like to move in waves. This is true across all types of markets, including futures and stocks. Patterns emerge across various time frames, whether you're looking at 1-min or weekly charts. This video covers ideas that apply to all time frames. When you see an uptrend, this is a sign the bulls as winning. When the opposite is true, the bears are winning. With futures, it is possible to be profitable in both directions.

How to Day Trade Using Price Action: Pt. 1

December 21, 2018
Take it from a trader who started with charts and analysis back in 1995. Back then, software indicators were cutting edge. Eventually, simply observing price itself was a far better predictor for market activity. This is the essence of price action trading and what is shared in this first video. There are definitely repeatable patterns. Recognizing these patterns and knowing how to capitalize on them is key. That is the aim of what we try to do here at DayTradeToWin.

Avoiding Day Trading Losses

October 5, 2018
Is it possible to avoid day trading losses? Note entirely. However, this video shares thoughts about dealing with losses, breakeven trades, and other undesirable results. Trading emotionally to recover losses is a horrible idea. Emotions tend to lead you into illogical directions. Stick to the rules. No one wants to enter a whipsaw market that hits your stops too quickly. Multiple back-to-back losing trades is probably a sign to end trading for the day and think about what went wrong.
All trades should be considered hypothetical. No guarantees or claims of performance are offered. Past performance is not indicative of future results. Day trading is risky and may cause substantial financial loss. Individual performance may vary, as trading subjects your finances to new, unexpected market conditions. You are responsible for executing trades. Before trading, consult with a licensed broker and a financial expert see if day trading is suitable for you.

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