The strategies used to consistently grow a small account into a big account that will forever change your trading account
The four proprietary setups that are formulated to work best growing a small account
Which stocks and ETFs to trade that are ideal for growing a small account
How to recognize a good set up and the right time to enter the trade
How to identify the right time to get out when the trade goes well and when a trade goes bad
Bread and butter money management strategies to steadily grow your account while waiting for the big kill
About the Author
John F. Carter is a Commodity Trading Advisor (CTA) with Razor Trading. Founder of TradeTheMarkets.com and SimplerOptions.com, he makes frequent appearances on CNBC and Bloomberg and is a regular contributor to SFO magazine and MSN Money. Carter is a founding member of Maverick Business Adventures, which aims to train more than 100,000 young entrepreneurs by 2020.
If you’re goal is to trade for a living, there are several concepts you need to understand as it relates to becoming a professional trader. In this 4.5 hour course, John will teach you how to run your trading as a business, how to manage cash flow vs. equity, his favorite money management strategies as well as his personal trading plan and much, much more.
In this comprehensive class John will teach:
How to Run Your Trading as a Business
How John Manages Cash Flow vs. Equity
John’s Favorite Money Management Strategies
How to Develop a Personalized Trading Plan
John’s 2013 Trading Plan
How to Avoid the Most Common Pitfalls of a Trading Business
In this DVD John Carter teaches why spreads are unlike most spouses: They’re forgiving! Utilizing spreads in your options trading will reduce your risk while having the potential to grow your account more efficiently than only using directional plays.
In this course you will learn:
How to use spreads to create low-risk high-probability trades
Step-by-step guide top executing spreads
Basic to advanced spread trading strategies
The best market times for spreads
Psychological Factors of Successful Spread Traders
Stop “Hoping” Your Trade Turns out well and Take Control Your Trades