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A Smooth Sea Never Made a Skillful Sailor

Dec 21st, 2014 | By | Category: Guest Blog, Health and Trading, John Locke, Options Education, SMB Options, SMB Video Blogs, Trade of the Week, Trader Development, Traders Ask, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory
People are made for challenges. When we respond to challenges, we become alert. As we move and think to overcome those challenges, we build physical and emotional muscle. We open up our bodies and minds to new possibilities. We learn and grow at an astounding pace, becoming stronger and creating amazing things. In the absence of challenge however, the opposite happens. We become lazy. With no need to move or think, our strength and skills deteriorate.  Our reflexes become slow and our minds close down. This is why I warn of the dangers of a smooth sea. Everyone is a great trader when the market is calm and predictable. Read more [...]


Options Trading for Income with John Locke for December 8, 2014

Dec 10th, 2014 | By | Category: Guest Blog, John Locke, M21 Trading System, Options Education, SMB Video Blogs, Trade of the Week, Trader Development, Traders Ask, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory
No relevant positions Risk disclaimer A great way to improve your trading results is by keeping up to date with the latest trading techniques and current market conditions! Click HERE and join me every Monday at 9 AM EST for our free “Options Trading for Income” Webinars! Where you get expert analysis of the markets and the opportunity to follow along with the best options trading strategies in the business. Read more [...]


Options Trading for Income with John Locke for December 1, 2014

Dec 2nd, 2014 | By | Category: John Locke, M21 Trading System, Options Education, SMB Options, SMB Video Blogs, Trade of the Week, Traders Ask, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory

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Options Trading for Income with John Locke for November 17, 2014

Nov 18th, 2014 | By | Category: Guest Blog, John Locke, M21 Trading System, Options Education, SMB Options, SMB Video Blogs, Trade of the Week, Trader Development, Traders Ask, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory

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Options Trading for Income with John Locke for October 20, 2014

Oct 21st, 2014 | By | Category: Health and Trading, John Locke, M21 Trading System, Options Education, SMB Options, SMB Video Blogs, Trade of the Week, Trader Development, Traders Ask, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory


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Options Trading for Income with John Locke for October 13, 2014

Oct 16th, 2014 | By | Category: Health and Trading, John Locke, M21 Trading System, Options Education, SMB Options, SMB Video Blogs, Systems Trading, Trade of the Week, Trader Development, Traders Ask, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory


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Options Trading for Income with John Locke for October 6, 2014

Oct 8th, 2014 | By | Category: John Locke, M21 Trading System, Options Education, SMB Options, SMB Video Blogs, Systems Trading, Trade of the Week, Traders Ask, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory

A great way to improve your trading results is by keeping up to date with the latest trading techniques and current market conditions!

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Trading Weekly Calls $TWTR

Oct 3rd, 2014 | By | Category: SMB Video Blogs, Steven Spencer (Steve's) Blogs, Trading Ideas
In this short video, Steve discusses how he traded weekly call options in $TWTR. Enjoy the video. Steven Spencer is the co-founder of SMB Capital and SMB University which provides trading education in stocks, options, forex and futures. He has traded professionally for 18 years. His email address is: sspencer@smbcap.com. no relevant positions Learn the skills necessary to identify and manage trades like these in our 10 week mentoring program. Click on banner below for details on next session in October 2014. Read more [...]


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