MarketMastered Trade With a Day job system English book

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MarketMastered Trade With a Day job system English book

Content :
1. Disclaimer
2. Important Message
3. Introduction
4. Trading Goals
5. Trading Psychology
6. Forex Money management
7. Trading Platforms
8. Demo Trading
9. Configuring your chart
10. The strategy (part 1)
11. The Strategy (Part 2)
12. Important Rules
13. Targets & Stop-Losses
14. Trends
15. Entering a trade
16. Putting it altogether
17. When not to trade
18. Important points to remember
19. Additional strategy
20. Trade examples
21. Conclusion
Configuring your charts
Strategy 1
Strategy 2
Strategy 3

My trading system, in a nutshell, will enable you to earn small, regular amounts of money from the U.S. stock market using the S&P500 index. The reason I use this instrument rather than the more popular Dow Jones 30 is because the S&P500 moves with a lot less volatility than the DJ 30 and without the usual spikes as well. The S&P500 also obeys support and resistance levels very well which will prove very useful later on in your trading education.

Your target will be just 20 pips (points) per evening, but to begin with to help with your trading confidence you will have a daily target of just 15 pips for your first 20 trades. Having a small, achievable target will enable you to learn this strategy without the stress of large monetary targets and so you will not be troubled with the new trader’s two worst enemies – fear and greed (more of these troublesome pair later)

Trading Psychology :
The most important subject to master when learning to trade is your mind. A major part of trading psychology is discipline – that is trading your forex strategy exactly by the rules. To start with I will be telling you the rules, so you may think that it’s all sorted but that is far from the truth. You will still be susceptible to fear and greed unfortunately, the two most common emotions that new traders will encounter.

Trends :
As you have now learned, trading using hidden divergence gives you a chance to join in on established trends, but you also need to recognise when a trend has possibly finished, so you do not get caught going into the market in the wrong direction.

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