Posts Tagged ‘ trading ’

Options Trading for Income with John Locke for August 25, 2014

Aug 26th, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments, John Locke, SMB Video Blogs, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology
Risk Disclosure No relevant positions John Locke www.lockeinyoursuccess.com 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. And check out these great videos as well! May Group Mentoring Open House Part 1http://optionstribe.com/2013/05/recording-john-lock-group-mentoring-session-may-2nd-2013/ May Read more [...]


Free Options Webinar: Anne-Marie Baiynd: Iron condor strike selection and trading options using chart formations

Aug 26th, 2014 | By | Category: Seth Freudberg's Blogs, SMB Options
Your Option for a better trading life......together (SMBU Options Tribe) SMBU’s Options Tribe is an online community of options traders dedicated to sharing successful options trading ideas with all of our members worldwide.  Each Tuesday, SMBU hosts an options webinar—the Options Tribe—during which veteran options traders and experts in the world of options trading share live presentations. Next week, Anne-Marie Baiynd returns to the Options Tribe to discuss the proper strike selection for iron condors as well as the use of technical chart formations to make options trading decisions. Options Tribe meetings are free Read more [...]


Options Trading for Income with John Locke for August 18, 2014

Aug 20th, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments, John Locke, SMB Video Blogs, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology
Risk Disclosure No relevant positions John Locke www.lockeinyoursuccess.com 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. And check out these great videos as well! May Group Mentoring Open House Part 1http://optionstribe.com/2013/05/recording-john-lock-group-mentoring-session-may-2nd-2013/ May Read more [...]


How Do I Start Trading?

Aug 16th, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments
Hello Mr. Bellafiore, I just read an article/post from you, and I think you are one of the few out there who know what they are doing and not after the quick buck. I've wanted to be a trader for close to 15 years. I'm 41 now, and I still have this desire. I never quite could get my head around where to begin and what to do. Do you have any suggestions? I hope that you aren't tired of these emails, I bet you get them a lot. BTW: I live in Belgium @MikeBellafiore In the upper right hand corner of our blog, you can signup for our Free 10 Day Training Class.  You might start there. You will gain exposure to key Read more [...]


Be Careful What You Wish For

Aug 15th, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments, John Locke, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology, Trading Theory
Whenever I’m considering working with someone, I always ask a series of questions. One of the questions I ask is “Why are you trading?” I bet it wouldn’t shock you to find out the number one answer is “I want to make more money!” which is the wrong reason by the way but I accept it and continue on. My follow up question is “Why do you want to make more money?” There are often multiple responses to this one but after further questioning , for most people, it boils down to two things, “I want money because it will make me happier” and/or “I want money because it will make me secure” . Again, both poor Read more [...]


Options Trading for Income with John Locke for August 11, 2014

Aug 12th, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments, John Locke, SMB Video Blogs, Trading Ideas, Trading Lesson, Trading Psychology
Risk Disclosure No relevant positions John Locke www.lockeinyoursuccess.com 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. And check out these great videos as well! May Group Mentoring Open House Part 1http://optionstribe.com/2013/05/recording-john-lock-group-mentoring-session-may-2nd-2013/ May Read more [...]


How Long Does a Trading Slump Last?

Aug 9th, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments
Hi Mike,  Would like to know how long does a trading slump normally last? And how does one know trading is not their cup of tea or doesn't suit one person? Thanks in advance. @mikebellafiore Trading slumps depend on your trading style and skill level. Scalpers, a trader who trades off of order flow or Reading the Tape, like Pippen from The PlayBook will be profitable almost every day and every week.  A slump for him would be two negative days in a row and I cannot remember the last time he was. Intraday traders who combine news, charts, the tape, skill of trading patterns and intuition like Shark are positive Read more [...]


Slow Down! The Challenge of Newness to Trading

Aug 8th, 2014 | By | Category: General Comments
Traders want to become Steve Cohen TODAY!  This can lead to starting too fast for all levels of traders at all different stages of their careers. My advise based on experience working with pro traders in NYC?  Slow down! At our firm we hire experienced discretionary and quant traders with a track record.  We fully back the traders taking all of the downside risk.  Before a trader starts we give him/her loss limits for the day and a "number". The "number" is when we will fire them.  Everyone understands upfront what we are willing to risk on their trading.  We hired an experienced trader a few months ago with an Read more [...]


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