Allen and Scott share examples of trades that made over 10% in less than an hour.
Learn Day Trading and Options with our Popular Udemy Course: Day Trading Stock Options – Turn Your Computer into an ATM
Available at https://wavesofprofit.com/course/
Day Trading is talked about and seems mysterious. Some people are quietly very successful while the masses are warned about the dangers. The course takes away the complexity and shows the non-technical (and some technical) parts of trading Stock Options.
The course includes examples of good and bad indicators. This course has the rules for trading successfully and why they work.
We start out with basics that you need and go directly to the proven trading system rules. We cover the important elements: What, Why, When and Where.
If you’re looking for a fast path to successful trading, and want to enjoy a 4-hour work week, this course can get you very close to that goal. We will be making a follow-up course the covers any remaining questions people have.
WHAT’S IN THE COURSE?
Over 25 lectures and 2 hours of content!
Understand what Options and how they work within the confines of a financial management strategy for your capital
Know what Call and Puts are and when to use them as you trade.
Spot good profit opportunities in the markets.
Practice trading successfully.
No prior knowledge of stocks or options are required
You will need a Windows PC or Mac for trading. This can’t be done professionally with a tablet.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
This Day Trading introduction is meant for adults wanting to make a better income. No prior knowledge is needed.
This course is ideal for “Math Whizzes”, highly analytical people who find working at menial jobs for low wages disheartening.
If you find detailed charts and swirling patterns of numbers mind-numbing but can tell the difference between red and green, can follow simple rules and recognize repeating patterns, then this course will be of great interest to you if you want to remove the 40 hour work week from your life and replace it with a work week that can be, after only a few months of practice, less than 4 hours.